Connecting Communities during COVID-19

More than ever, it is important to look after ourselves and each other.

A connected community is a resilient community, and Bayside Council is committed to supporting our local residents, businesses and organisations through these unprecedented and challenging times.

We have developed this COVID-19 community directory to provide links to important information and services, from reliable, trusted sources.


Check our news feed for updates on community events and initiatives, or click on the links below to find helpful tips and important information:


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Arts and Creative Industries

Children and Families

Department of Housing Tenants

Disability

Domestic Violence

Emergency Relief (hot food / hampers / financial relief / assistance with paying bills)

Help for Businesses

Help for Employees

Homelessness

Mental Health

Multicultural (translated materials and services)

Seniors

Youth


Connecting Communities - Working together

If you have suggestions for any services or initiatives that can support our community through the COVID-19 outbreak, please contact us at haveyoursay@bayside.nsw.gov.au and we will assess the information for inclusion on this page.

This page is intended to be a helpful directory of services available in Bayside LGA, during the COVID-19 crisis. Council has compiled this information to the best of our knowledge in this rapidly changing environment.

For all health information on COVID-19 you should refer to the Australian Government Department of Health.

More than ever, it is important to look after ourselves and each other.

A connected community is a resilient community, and Bayside Council is committed to supporting our local residents, businesses and organisations through these unprecedented and challenging times.

We have developed this COVID-19 community directory to provide links to important information and services, from reliable, trusted sources.


Check our news feed for updates on community events and initiatives, or click on the links below to find helpful tips and important information:


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Arts and Creative Industries

Children and Families

Department of Housing Tenants

Disability

Domestic Violence

Emergency Relief (hot food / hampers / financial relief / assistance with paying bills)

Help for Businesses

Help for Employees

Homelessness

Mental Health

Multicultural (translated materials and services)

Seniors

Youth


Connecting Communities - Working together

If you have suggestions for any services or initiatives that can support our community through the COVID-19 outbreak, please contact us at haveyoursay@bayside.nsw.gov.au and we will assess the information for inclusion on this page.

This page is intended to be a helpful directory of services available in Bayside LGA, during the COVID-19 crisis. Council has compiled this information to the best of our knowledge in this rapidly changing environment.

For all health information on COVID-19 you should refer to the Australian Government Department of Health.

  • Community FoodCare - Arncliffe, Tuesdays and Thursdays

    10 days ago

    Bay City Care provide grocery hampers for a low cost, along with free fruit, vegetables and bread for families and individuals with a concession benefit card who are facing a crisis or financial hardship.

    They operate every Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30am - 1:00pm and 5:30pm - 6:30pm.

    Coronation Hall Community Centre - 23 Barden Street, Arncliffe


    Bay City Care provide grocery hampers for a low cost, along with free fruit, vegetables and bread for families and individuals with a concession benefit card who are facing a crisis or financial hardship.

    They operate every Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30am - 1:00pm and 5:30pm - 6:30pm.

    Coronation Hall Community Centre - 23 Barden Street, Arncliffe


  • Woolworths Basics Box

    6 days ago

    Woolworths have developed a 'Basics Box', to help provide essential products to customers who are currently unable to visit their stores - the elderly, people with a disability, those with compromised immunity and people in mandatory isolation. To make sure all Woolworths Basics Boxes make their way to people who need them most, you’ll need to be able to show that you fall into one of these groups to order one.

    Woolworths have developed a 'Basics Box', to help provide essential products to customers who are currently unable to visit their stores - the elderly, people with a disability, those with compromised immunity and people in mandatory isolation. To make sure all Woolworths Basics Boxes make their way to people who need them most, you’ll need to be able to show that you fall into one of these groups to order one.

  • Woolworths Priority Assistance

    11 days ago

    To ensure vulnerable customers in the community have access to delivery services at this time, Woolworths will be providing a Priority Assistance service with dedicated delivery windows. Eligible customers include seniors, people with a disability and those with compromised immunity or who are required to self isolate.

    To ensure vulnerable customers in the community have access to delivery services at this time, Woolworths will be providing a Priority Assistance service with dedicated delivery windows. Eligible customers include seniors, people with a disability and those with compromised immunity or who are required to self isolate.

  • OzHarvest Market

    11 days ago

    OzHarvest is a rescued food supermarket, with a policy of 'take what you need, give if you can'.

    They are open Tuesday - Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm, and will be handing out food hampers outside the Market.

    They are located at 147 Anzac Parade, Kensington, NSW.

    OzHarvest is a rescued food supermarket, with a policy of 'take what you need, give if you can'.

    They are open Tuesday - Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm, and will be handing out food hampers outside the Market.

    They are located at 147 Anzac Parade, Kensington, NSW.