Bushfires and Birds - How You Can Help
See the info sheet in the Natural Environment section under the Sustainability tab here.
IMPORTANT: Water restrictions remain at Level 3 in Nimbin
Water restrictions in Nimbin have been reduced from Level 4 however remain at Level 3 until further notice.
Private water carriers continue to have no access to water sourced from Nimbin’s water supply in Mulgum Creek. Lismore Council and Rous Council have installed public water access stations in Lismore. These public fill taps will be open to anyone, except for private contractors, for up to a maximum of 3000 litres.
Nimbin’s water supply is sourced from Mulgum Creek and is operated by Lismore City Council.
The water supply for the rest of Lismore Local Government Area is sourced from Rocky Creek Dam and is operated by Rous County Council.
Rous County Council last weekend introduced Level 1 water restrictions for all areas in the Lismore Local Government Area, excluding Nimbin.
Under Level 3 water restrictions, Nimbin residents can:
For water hints and tips, and a fact sheet please go to Lismore City Council’s webpage.
Nimbin Holiday Club aka Vacation Care The NEXT round of Nimbin Holiday Club (Vacation Care) SUMMER 2019-20 - commences on Monday 23rd December 2019, Click here for the full program details.
Coming up in 2020 at 7 Sibley Street We have almost completed the fit outs needed to expand our Soup Kitchen and Food Relief program storage and overall capacity.
We will be building new food gardens to support our Food Relief programs so we can provide more fresh veges to people in need.
Our Tools and Equipment Library will reopen in January 2020 for community borrowing, and skills development workshops will commence in 2020 for existing or prospective tools and equipment library members.
A large variety of workshops will continue to provide skills and raise funds to keep the doors open.
7 Sibley Street will continue to operate as a satellite hub of NNIC, providing info about our services and referrals into programs.
It will continue to function as a key composting and recycling hub in the community, aiming to develop a social enterprise recycled plastics project in 2020.
It will also continue to function as a promotional hub for local producers to enhance our local economy and job opportunities.
More details in 2020.
See the Sibley St website for latest info and updates
Progress against the goals of the SNCP can be found via the Sustainability tab above under each key Focus Area's own page.