News & updates
6 May 2021
Cumberland City Council | eNews
We're celebrating turning 5
We're celebrating Cumberland City's 5th birthday with free barbecues across the five wards. Join us at one of the five locations:

Monday 17 May, 1pm to 3pm: Granville Centre (outside the front entrance with the children's playground).

Tuesday 18 May, 1pm to 3pm: Auburn Park (near basketball courts, Simpson St and Hunter St, Auburn).

Wednesday 19 May, 1pm to 3pm: Friend Park (corner of Station St and Mckern St, Wentworthville).

Thursday 20 May, 1pm to 3pm: Auburn Forecourt (corner of Harrow Rd and Queen St, Auburn)

Friday 21 May, 2.30pm to 4.30pm: Bathurst Street Park Greystanes (next to carpark area).

For more information call Council on 8757 9000.
The Eric Tweedale Stadium is nearly here
This week Mayor Steve Christou and Two Blues Rugby club players tested the new field in advance of the first game later this year and the official naming of the stadium on 14 May.

Stay up-to-date with the progress of The Eric Tweedale Stadium here.
Toy Library service reopened
We've opened our Toy Library service at Wentworthville Library.

Why buy toys when you can enjoy endless play opportunities for kids up to 11 years-old. For more information visit our website.
Have your say on Council's Operational Plan
We want to hear from you about our planned projects and programs over the next 12 months.

Give your feedback on our Interim Operational Plan 2021-2022 on our Have Your say website.
Free Bushcare workshop this weekend
Love the bush and volunteering?

Come along to our Bushcare workshop this Sunday and discover how animals interact with the local environment.

Register your spot on our website
The Granville Centre's new art exhibition
‘A link, a loop, a circle’ is a group exhibition that brings together contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand to explore the ways in which the medium of textiles is woven throughout their varying practices. 

This exhibition will launch The Granville Centre Art Gallery ‘Open Weekend’ from 15 – 16 May 2021, offering some fantastic daytime workshops and artists talks. 

For more information visit the Council website