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If you would like to host a stall, send us an email and we’ll send a form.

We are looking for people to help on CPA’s second-hand bookstall on the day. Could you spare an hour or two?

Do you have any quality second-hand books to donate? Please phone Mark 0412 971 861 for pick-up.



The biennial Castlecrag Community Fair is always something to look forward to.  On Sunday 20 October, from 10am – 3pm, it will sprawl out over the entire shopping village and beyond.

The Castlecrag Progress Association has organised the fair since 2000. There will be lots of animal attractions – an interactive farm-animal petting pen in the Quadrangle and at 1pm, a wildlife show in the nearby Cortile Reserve. Then there’s the giant inflatable playground and the raffle for a restaurant dinner for two…

Over 30 stalls have been booked by community organisations, artists, and local sellers.  A theme has emerged of sustainability, with a number of people selling their pre-loved clothes, books and household goods. The native plant stall is always popular, with free advice and with many of the plants being sold endemic to this area. The Workshop Art Centre (WAC), which supports many local artists, will be selling artworks and providing a hands-on art experience.  There will be a guided walk through Griffin walkways and reserves.  Northside Radio will be broadcasting live from the Fair.

An exciting new addition is a Classic Car Display, with a wide range of cars from the quirky to the exotic expected to line the western end of The Parapet.  One of the cars featured will be a 1962 Austin Healey 3000.  There’s the elegant Jaguars and Porches to the obscure TVR, Riley and Jensen Interceptor. 

All this, and eclectic entertainment by a host of local musos, food from a Scout’s Sausage Sizzle and Village Eateries, and a marquee to sit, eat, drink and chat under – what better way to spend a Sunday in Spring!

Further enquiries   Lindy Batterham    0411 243 811


Please be aware that the Castlecrag Fair will take place on Sunday 20 October 2019. The upper Postern will be closed between Edinburgh Road and the Rampart and the Parapet will be closed between the Postern and 36 The Parapet for the Classic Car Display.  These cars will be parked along one side of the closed off section of The Parapet with the other side left clear for emergency access. The closed off section of the Parapet needs to be clear of resident cars by 7:00 am and the Classic Car display will conclude at 2pm.

Reserved parking will be allocated, in the eastern end of The Parapet, for residents whose access will be blocked by the road closure. Please review the map on the back of this note.

If you are leaving your premises by car during the event, please exit to Edinburgh Road via The Rampart, if you live in either The Postern or The Rampart, or via Parapet otherwise. Your co-operation is appreciated. The Postern will be re-opened by 5pm.

If you have any queries, please contact the Fair Coordinator, Lindy Batterham, on 0411 243 811 or email to

WEPA invites you to a viewing of the documentary Accelerate.

Accelerate follows world-renowned author and environmentalist Bill McKibben, the co-founder of, during his 2018 tour in Australia as he calls on us, our government, business and communities to accelerate action on climate change.

To explain how ordinary people can take action, Bill McKibben leads the Accelerate film – with additional voices provided by Australians Mia Wasikowska, Rachel Ward, Jack Thompson, Sean Keenan, and Simon Baker.

When:  Tuesday 16th July at 7pm

Where: School Hall, Glenaeon Primary School, 121 Edinburgh Road, Castlecrag

Cost: gold coin donation welcome

Join us for refreshments after the film.

Further information  or WEPA Facebook page

From 1st March 2018 Councillors will no longer have a say in DAs.

DAs will be determined by Independent Hearing & Assessment Panels

Follow the link to NSW Department of Planning & Environment for more information:

Willoughby residents can now recycle various types of problem waste free of charge, at the newly opened drive through Northern Sydney Community Recycling Centre, in Artarmon.

The Northern Sydney Community Recycling Centre is located at 8 Waltham Street, Artarmon and open 8am – 2pm on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, and 8am – 4pm on Saturday and Sunday.

The centre was opened on Wednesday 12 April 2017, and is jointly operated by Willoughby City Council, Hunter’s Hill Council, Lane Cove Municipal Council, City of Ryde, North Sydney Council. This project was supported by the Environmental Trust as part of the NSW EPA’s Waste Less, Recycle More initiative, funded from the waste levy.

Residents can drop off household problem waste that cannot go in kerbside bins, including:

  • Paint (oil and water based)
  • Gas bottles
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fluorescent light globes and tubes
  • Electronic Waste (e.g. computers, TVs, electronic equipment and small electrical appliances),  white goods arenot accepted
  • Household batteries
  • Lead Acid Batteries e.g. car and motorbike batteries
  • Motor and other oils (including cooking oil)
  • Smoke detectors
  • Mobile phones
  • X-ray films