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Church Point Parking Permits
Parking Permits can be purchased from: Pittwater Council,
Customer Service, Mona Vale (above the Library) from 8am to 5.30pm
Monday to Thursday and 8am to 5pm Friday.
Outside these hours please complete the application and mail it,
together with proof of Pittwater residency (i.e. copy of rate notice or
driver’s license), vehicle registration no. and renewal fee of $283.00
to: Pittwater Council, P O Box 882, Mona Vale 1660
is the link to view information about the Church Point Plan of
Management and to download the 2011-2012 Church Point Parking Permit
Church Point Parking Permit is currently issued annually for a fee of
$283.00 ex GST.
Download the Application Form HERE
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Notice to Tennis Wharf Users
Users Group is pleased to announce that installation of the new, larger
pontoon is scheduled to commence on Monday 25th September.
The existing pontoon will not be accessible from that date and the
replacement pontoon will not be ready for use for at least two days
Boat owners will need to make other arrangements for that period.
Any offers from private jetty owners for that short period would be
- Park your boat in the shallow near the sea
wall, which should be finalised by then
- Tie up at Commuter Wharf at Church Point
- Make a temporary arrangement with a private
- Use the ferry for commuting
We apologise for this inconvenience but it is unavoidable if we are to
have the new pontoon.
Tennis Users Group.
Inquiries: Gordon Floyd 9997 2035
Scotland Island Children's Offshore
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Manly Arts Festival 2011
2 - 18 September
2011 | www.manlyartsfestival.com | 9976
For more information about the 2011
Manly Arts Festival, telephone either 9976 1418 or 9976 1417 or go to
the Manly Arts Festival website: www.manlyartsfestival.com
for a pdf of the programme : http://manlyartsfestival.com/festivalprogramme.htm
images above to download the complete Festival Programme
Letter to the Editor
Carparking at Church Point
I put on record that I am in agreement with David Wardman. To insert
into our beautiful landscape another vulgar and ugly
repository for the convenience of one of the most
environmentally damaging inventions of the last 200 years is yet
another act of vandalism.
I make 2 further points.
more people will do the same so that in the end Council
- I am unsure why NOT building the car park
should cost the offshore residents more. Surely it should be the other
way round. Not building it will save money.
- A few people that I know already avoid the
current fee by parking "up the hill" and wherever else they can find,
even if it means a fair walk. Good for your health and the environment
I say. Increasing the fee, for whatever reasons (and council will
always find a reason to increase revenue), is merely ensuring
1996 SAAB 9000
- Serviced by Saab Tech Mona Vale for last 5 years
- Mechanically very sound
- Good safety features: ABS brakes, driver and
- Great car for P plate driver
- 10 CD stacker in boot, leather seats, great air
conditioner, power window
- Registration only 2 weeks to go, BUT car comes
with Pink Slip (already lodged with RTA, so no problems with renewing
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Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA), or
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