Council will be undertaking planned road works on Railway Parade, between Burwood Road and Shaftsbury Road. Section of road will be partially closed at night from Thursday 12 May, between 8:00pm to 5:00am. It is expected that this work will take one week to complete, weather permitting.
The NSW Government confirmed a staged re-opening process driven by state-wide vaccination targets.
for more information.
Visit the NSW Government website for details
Council has received advice that in order to comply with the updated Public Health Orders QR check-in codes should be prominently displayed in all public venues. This includes parks, dog parks, and on playground equipment. The QR codes are linked directly to the Service NSW App with the information used for the befit of the NSW Contact tracers and is stored per regulations.
We encourage the community to continue to monitor for symptoms and to get tested no matter how mild.
Information on where you can access a testing clinic in Burwood can be found here
Information on vaccination can be found here
For everyone’s safety we need to do the right thing.
Click and Collect allows Burwood residents or workers to reserve up to 10 library items and collect it during designated hours on Sundays in a contactless way. In addition, the home delivery library service has been extended for vulnerable customers. This service will continue until the end of December. Please visit Burwood Library for further information.
Yes Burwood Council events are going ahead in-line with health advice. All events have COVID safe plans including requiring participants to sign in with QR codes, be fully vaccinated, and a cap on crowd numbers. We regret to advise that the 2021 Carols in the Park has been cancelled. To help revitalise the community and to move beyond the challenges of this year, Council has planned a number of activations and activities throughout summer. Please see Burwood Bounce Back for further information and don’t forget to check out our events page.
For everyone’s safety let’s DO THE RIGHT THING. Follow COVID-19 restrictions and call CrimeStoppers when you see people who don’t on 1800 333 000
See current testing clinic information
For many people, including victim-survivors of family violence, being at home is not always a safe place.
More Information on how to stay safe