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CUMBERLAND COUNCIL

DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT

Development Application

Development Involving Erection of Buildings, The Carrying Out of Work, Demolition of a Work or a Building

Note: An Exemption is applicable for Development Involving The Erection Of A Dwelling House Or Dwelling Alterations

Development Involving The Erection Of A Dwelling House Or Dwelling Alterations

Pre-Lodgement Meetings

Integrated Development and Development which requires concurrence Under the EP&A Act 1979 or an EPI

Designated Development

Development Not Involving The Erection Of Building, Carrying out of Work, Subdivision Of Land Or Demolition Of A Building Work (e.g. Change of Use)

Referral to Design Excellence Panel

Development For The Purposes Of One Or More Advertising Signs (Cl 246B)

Advertising & Notification Fees

Application To Modify A Development Consent

Application for Review of Determination (Section 8.2(1)(a) previously S82A)

This review must be lodged and determined within 6 months after the date of the determination

Application To Extend A Development Consent (Sec 4.54 previously S.95A)

Application only made if original consent was for a period of less than 5 years. Does not apply to complying development

Application for Review of Decision to Reject an Application (Section 8.2(1)(c) previously S82B)

Refund Of Withdrawn Application (Prior To Determination)

Application for Review of Modification Application (Section 8.2(1)(b) & 8.9 previously S96AB)

CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE/ COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE

Dwelling Alterations and Additions

New Dwelling (Includes Secondary Dwelling)

Class 10 Building

Class 2-9 Building

Construction Certificate (Amended)/ CDC Amended

Construction Certificates, Complying Development Certificates, Occupation Certificates, Compliance Certificates Issued By Accredited Certifiers

A Construction Certificate requires payment of the construction certificate fee and inspection fee. Other charges as levied by the State Government and/or Development Consent are required to be paid prior to determination.
 
The Construction Certificate application shall be accompanied by working drawings, building specifications and engineering plans (where relevant) lodged by provide certifiers only.

Change of PCA Application to Council

Mandatory Inspections + Occupation Certificate- See Inspection Fees.

Complying Development Certificate Applications Involving a BCA Alternative Solution

Class 1 - Dual Occupancy, Multi dwelling housing

INSPECTION FEES-Principle Certifying Authority

Note: All additional inspections to those nominated in the packages will be charged at the applicable ‘per inspection’ rate and is to be paid prior to the issue of the Occupation Certificate

GENERAL INFORMATION

Builders Indemnity Insurance

Construction Certificates and Complying Development Certificates cannot be issued unless the applicant provides a certificate of insurance issued by an approved insurer under the Home Building Act 1989.
 
For owner/builder's insurance is not compulsory. However, you should contact the Department of Fair Trading to determine your legal responsibilities in the event you wish to sell your house.
 
No insurance is required on works valued less than $20,000 value when carried out by a licensed builder.
 
An owner/builder's permit is required if the cost of works exceed $5,000.

Long Service Levy

For building or subdivision works that exceed a value of $25,000 payment of the Long Service Levy to the Long Service Levy Payments Corporation is required prior to Council (or an accredited certifier) issuing the Construction or Complying Development Certificate.
 
Council acts as an agent for collection of this levy.
 
The amount payable is currently fixed at 0.35% of the total cost of the work and is GST exempt.

CERTIFICATES

Building Information Certificate - S6.23.1 (previously S149B)

Application under section 6.23.1 (previously 149B of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979).
Sale of Property
Unauthorised Building Work

Where unauthorised works has taken place, an additional fee is payable in accordance with Clause 260 (3A) and Clause 260 (3B) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.

Illegal Building Works

Occupation Certificate

Note: These fees only apply where Council has progressively inspected the works.
 
In all other cases the cost of an Occupation Certificate will be double that shown.

For Certificates Issued to Authorise a Change Of Building Use (S6.26 [previously S.109n], Where No Building Works Are Proposed)

MISCELLANEOUS

Warning Sign For Building Sites

Stamping of Additional Plans and Specifications

COMPLIANCE COST NOTICE

Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993

(S68 Part F Approval Fee)

Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993

(S68 Part A Approval Fee)

WRITTEN RESULT

PARTICULAR ADVICE

Requested by applicant other than that provided by Town Planning/Building duty staff

SUBDIVISION FEES

Development Application Fee For The Subdivision Of Land

Subdivision of land includes a plan of subdivision within the meaning of S.195 of the Conveyancing Act 1919 OR a strata plan of subdivision

Statutory Land Subdivision Application

I.e. to enable release of signed plan of subdivision - also referred to as release of "Linen Plan"

TREE / LANDSCAPE

Bond - Landscape

Landscape/Tree Assessments

Tree Inspections

Applications for Tree Works

Pre-lodgement advice concerning trees on development sites

FIRE SAFETY

WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY FEE

SWIMMING POOL

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACTIVITY APPROVALS

Review of Determination of Activity Application Under S.100 of the Local Government Act 1993

 For application related to S100 and S107, GST is applicable only if the Original Application is Taxable

Application to Amend Activity Approval (S.106)

Application to Extend or Renew Activity Approval (S.107)

 1. Applications for approval under S.68 of the Local Government Act can be made at the same time as a development application for building works or if a change of use is proposed – refer to NOTES on development application form. In these cases, the DA and prescribed S.68 fee must be paid, unless noted otherwise. 2. Development Consent is required in addition to the above Footpath Licence Application Fees Lease and Bonds

STRATEGIC PLANNING

PLANNING POLICY

PLANNING PROPOSALS REQUEST AND ASSOCIATED DCPs

PLANNING AGREEMENTS

PLANNING CERTIFICATES

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH FEES

Food Premises - NSW Food Regulation Partnership

Administration Fees (Food Reg. 2010 cl.15)
Inspection Fees (Food Reg. 2010 cl. 14)
Food (Other Charges)
Mobile Food Vending

(S68 Part F Approval Fee)

Food Stall Inspection (Temporary/ including events)

Public Health Premises

Skin Penetration Premises          
Mortuaries
Boarding Houses/ Shared Accommodation/ Accommodation Houses Inspection and/or reinspection fee
Brothels
Hairdressing Salon, Barber Shops (not carrying out Skin Penetration Procedures)
Cooling Tower / Warm Water Systems
Public Swimming Pools And Spa Pools
Regulated Premises (Other Charges)
Public Health Act Notices/Orders

Environmental Response/ Protection of the Environment Operations Act

Onsite Sewage Management System (Septic Tanks)

(S68 Part B Approval Fee)

Development Control Unit (DCU) Meetings/Comments

Environmental Health Fees

REGULATORY SERVICES

Companion Animals Registration

Companion Animals (Surrender)

Impounding Fee (Animals)

Horses and cattle
Sheep/Goat
Dogs/Cats
Non-Companion Animals

Animal Establishment Inspection

Impounding Fee to release items impounded from public places

CERTIFICATES AND MISCELLANEOUS FEES

Outstanding Notices & Orders Certificate

Certificate application relating to outstanding Notices & Orders relevant to development and building activities under the Environment Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
 
Certificate application relating to any outstanding Notice, Order, Direction or demand but only to those matters issued under the Local Government Act. It excludes outstanding notices or orders relevant to building and development activities that would be notified by Council under the Environment Planning and Assessment Act relevant to development and building activities.

Cat Trap Hire

Car Parking Agreements

PROPERTIES

ACTIVITY APPLICATIONS

Outdoor Dining / Use Of Council’s Footpaths By Operators

PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

Road Closure

Easements

COMMUNITY HALL/ROOM HIRE

The following fees and charges relate to the casual and regular use of Council’s community facilities (halls, meeting rooms and community centres).
 
Council provides discounted (subsidised) rates for the hire and use of community facilities in accordance with the following categories:
 
Discount Category Definitions
 
Category "A" – Applies to not for profit community groups and organisations (other than religious/worship groups or political parties) that conduct meetings or provide services, activities or events at no cost for the benefit of the local community.
Community groups or organisations must be local to the Cumberland Local Government Area (LGA) and deliver activities where a majority of the participants are residents of the Cumberland LGA.
 
Category "B" – Applies to:
• Religious/worship groups where a majority of the members are Cumberland LGA residents.
• Local branches of political parties.
• Groups or organisations that charge minimal fees for providing their activity or service and can demonstrate that they are providing a local community benefit. This includes social, cultural, sporting and recreational activities (e.g. yoga, dancing classes) where a majority of the participants are Cumberland LGA residents.
 
 
Rates for Category A and Category B have been calculated based on the following discounts applied to the standard rate:
 
Category "A"
Monday - Friday: 95% discount
Weekend (Saturday and Sunday): 80% discount
Public Holidays: 80% discount
 
Category "B"
Monday - Friday: 70% discount
Weekend (Saturday and Sunday): 50% discount
Public Holidays: 50% discount
 
NOTE: Category "A" and "B" discount rates do not apply to the Holroyd Centre.
 
 
 

Lidcombe Community Centre

Capacity: 80

Auburn Central Forecourt

Regents Park Community Centre

Capacity: 70

Regents Park Community Hub

NOTE: Category "A" and "B" discount rates do not apply.

Auburn Town Hall

Capacity: 200

Sommerville Room

Capacity: 40

Berala Community Centre

Terry Keegan Main Hall
Capacity: 144
Notes: Half hall A & B combined
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda, audio/visual system, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Terry Keegan Main Hall - Half Hall A
Capacity: 72
Note: Only bookable separately from main hall during staffed hours
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda, audio/visual system, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Terry Keegan Main Hall - Half Hall B
Capacity: 72
Note: Only bookable separately from main hall during staffed hours
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Bareela Training / Computer Room
Capacity: 25
Includes: Chairs and tables, whiteboard, outdoor area, smart board, laptop kit and kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Meeting Room - Medium (Woodburn Meeting Room)
Capacity: 10        
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Meeting Room - Medium (Tilba Meeting Room)
Capacity: 10        
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water
Multipurpose Room
Capacity: 20

Notes: Meeting Room - Medium (Woodburn Meeting Room) and Meeting Room - Medium Tilba Meeting Room) combined.

Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area, kitchen and/or kitchenette both with hot/cold water

Auburn Centre For Community

Main Hall
Capacity: 100
Notes: Half hall A & B combined 
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda with BBQ and outdoor tables and seats, audio/visual system, kitchenette, with hot/cold water 
Main Hall - Half Hall A
Capacity: 60
 
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda with BBQ and outdoor tables and seats, audio/visual system, kitchenette with hot/cold water 
Main Hall - Half Hall B
Capacity: 40
 
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda with BBQ and outdoor tables and seats, access to hot/cold water (no kitchenette)
Commercial Kitchen
Capacity: 15        
         
Includes: Large oven , 6 burner gas stove, Bain Marie, large food warmer ,walk in fridge, freezer, stainless steel bench space, dishwasher, microwave
Meeting Room - Medium
Capacity: 10        
Includes: Chairs and tables, whiteboard and kitchenette, with hot/cold water 
Training / Computer Room
Capacity: 16
Includes: Chairs, tables, smart board, laptop kit, projector, whiteboard 
Meeting Room - Large
Capacity: 25        
Includes: Chairs and tables, fridge, whiteboard, outdoor area and undercover veranda with BBQ and outdoor tables and seats
Multipurpose Room
Capacity: 60
Includes: Chairs and tables, outdoor area and undercover veranda with play equipment, BBQ and outdoor tables and seats, children's bathroom, art sink and kitchenette with hot/cold water 
Small Meeting Room
NOTE: Category "A" and "B" discount rates do not apply.

Tom Collins Meeting Room - Guildford

Capacity: 80

Granville Town Hall

Main Hall

Capacity: 250

Meeting Room 1 and Meeting Room 2

Capacity: 30-50

Granville Library Meeting Room

Capacity: 30

Granville Centre

Consult Rooms / Library Meeting Rooms

Consult Rooms 1, 2 & 3 / Library Meeting Rooms 1 & 2

Commercial Kitchen
Large Hall (hall and 2 studios combined)
Library Training Room
Medium Hall (hall space without studio)
Studio 1 and 2 combined
Studio Spaces (1 & 2) / Youth Lounge
Video Room/ Music Studio/ Production Suite

Video Room/ Music Studio with Recording Room/ Production Suite

Art Gallery: Workshops visual / creative arts studio practice

Art Gallery: Workshops 1, 2 & 3 visual / creative arts studio practice use by individual / arts collective or group

Art Gallery: Workshops 1, 2 & 3 - Arts Workshops/Programs casual use

Arts Workshops/Programs casual use

Domain Community Room

Mackey and Oakes Rooms

Capacity: 20 per room

Greystanes Community Centre

Governor Lachlan Macquarie Hall

Capacity: 180

Jeremiah Eldridge Hall

Capacity: 50

Central Gardens (Norrie Maley) Kiosk

Capacity: 50

Linnwood House

Capacity: 10-60

Merrylands Community Centre - Miller St Room, Prospect Room, Arts and Craft Room

Capacity: 20-60

Allan G Ezzy Community Centre (Pemulwuy)

Main Hall - Allan Ezzy

Capacity: 112

Youth Centre
Meeting Room 1, and
Warwick & Lyn Tester Room

Capacity: 35-60

Guildford Community Centre Hall

Main Hall - North
Capacity: 100
Includes: Stage, chairs, tables and kitchen with hot/cold water
Main Hall - South
Capacity: 100
Includes: Stage, chairs, tables and kitchen with hot/cold water
Training / Computer Room
Capacity: 30
Includes: Chairs, tables, smart board and laptop kit
Meeting Room - Medium
Capacity: 10        
Includes: Chairs and tables  
Meeting Room - Small
Capacity: 10        
Includes: Chairs and tables  
Commercial Kitchen

Toongabbie Community Centre

George Mepham Hall

Capacity: 100

Billiard Room, Andrew Cooke Room and Neil Pigram Room

Capacity: 30-50

Wentworthville Community Centre

Grevillea & Banksia Rooms

Capacity: 100 and 120

Wentworthville Community Hub Meeting and Office Spaces

Redgum Function Centre at Wentworthville

Capacity: 300

Wentworthville Youth Centre

Capacity: 100

Westmead Progress Hall

Capacity: 100

Nemesia Street Park Hall

Capacity: 60

Holroyd Sports Ground Hall

Merrylands Oval Hall

Capacity: 160

Ted Burge Hall

Capacity: 100

Bathurst Street Park Hall

Progress Park Sports And Community Centre

Holroyd Centre

NOTE: Category "A" and "B" discount rates do not apply to the Holroyd Centre.
 
The rates shown for the Holroyd Centre are for room hire only. Other costs will apply for function catering, administration and marketing.

Additional Charges For All Facilities

Stall Booking Fee (Street)
Storage Fees

COUNCIL'S SENIORS UNITS

CAR PARK

Susan Car Parking Fee*

Major Council Events- free or by negotiation where additional off street parking is required as part of traffic management plan. 

Lidcombe Multi Storey Car Parking Fee*

Major Council Events- free or by negotiation where additional off street parking is required as part of traffic management plan. 

SWIMMING POOLS

Swimming Centre Promotions  - Available on Request

Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre

Splash Park Entry (Water Play Party Day)
Casual Entry

NOTE: Parents/Guardians attending Learn to Swim - Free. (Max of 2 per Learn to Swim classes)

NOTE: Primary Carers/Companion Card Holders (accompanying an Elderly or Disabled)- Free

NOTE: Free entry provided for Pensioners & Senior Card Holders on Tuesday at Ruth Everuss Aquatic Centre.

Multi Visit Passes including Aqua/Fitness Classes
Centre Memberships
Swim School Memberships
School Swimming Lessons
Facility Hire
Waterpolo
Pool Hire
Meeting Rooms
Other Services

Merrylands, Guildford, Wentworthville & Granville Swimming Centres

General Public
Concession Tickets
Replacement Member Card
Memberships Monthly Passes
Locker Hire
Carnivals
For All Swimming Carnivals
Water Polo Games per person (Minimum charge of 20 players per game)

Swim School - Merrylands, Guildford, Wentworthville, Granville Swimming Centres

Administration
Learn To Swim Programs
Outdoor Centres - Granville, Wentworthville and Merrylands
Indoor Centres - Guildford Swim Centre
Private Tuition
School Holiday Programs
Squad Program
Development Squad
Competitive Squad
Adult Squad
Aqua Fitness Programs
Indoor Centres - Guildford
Outdoor Centres - Granville
School Group Programs
Discounts and incentives (Learn to Swim)

AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINES

ENGINEERING

CONSTRUCTION CERTIFICATE

INSPECTION FEES

On-Site Stormwater Detention Inspection          

Other

Infrastructure Inspection

Stormwater Works

Park Excavations Fees

Certificates

Document Signing Fee

STANDARD ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL ENGINEERING CHARGES AND BONDS

General Fees

Building Line Levels

Line Marking For Access Driveways

On-Site Detention Bond

Kerb Crossing Bond (Related to Driveways)

Deposit (Damage) - Building Construction

Residential Properties
Residential Buildings
Shops & Commercial Buildings
Industrial Buildings
Administration Fees for Bond

Temporary Rock Anchors License

Hoarding Structure          

Road Occupancy Licence (Short Term)- Up To 2 Storey Buildings

This type of licence is suitable for single day and minor work activity. All equipment and traffic control devices removed at the end of day and traffic conditions reinstated. A traffic control plan (TCP) is required at the time of application lodgement. This type of licence excludes development sites of more than 2-storey

Road Occupancy Licence (Short Term)- More Than 2 Storeys

This type of licence is required for the development more than two- Storey Building. All equipment and traffic control devices removed at the end of day and traffic conditions reinstated. A traffic control plan (TCP) is required at the time of application lodgement. 
 
Road Occupancy licence will be garanted in conjunction with WORKS ZONE.
Kerb Lane closure: (Parking Lane)
Travel Lane Closure (Second Lane)
These fees are in addition to the kerb Lane Closure
Additional Travel Lane Closure (Third Lane)
These fees are in addition to the kerb Lane Closure and 2nd Lane Closure

WORKS/CONSTRUCTION ZONES

All development sites, more than 2-storeys, require a “Works Zone“ application. Provision of a Works Zone is subject to approval by the Cumberland Traffic Committee. The length of the works zone approved will be determined by the Manager Engineering. Occasional traffic control during loading/unloading of materials is permitted following approval of a traffic control plan (TCP) by Council

TOWER CRANES OVER PUBLIC ROADS

(S68 Part E Approval Fee and S138 of Roads Act 1993 as amended) 

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

CONTRIBUTION TO WORKS

CHARGES FOR PREPAID WORK

Concrete Work

Removal Of Driveways

A minimum charge equal to 1 Unit will apply to all charges           

ROAD OPENING APPLICATIONS*

* Restoration charges and refundable deposit bonds may apply.

ROAD RESTORATION CHARGES

Pavements

Footpaths

Driveways (Vehicular Access)

Kerb And Gutter

Concrete Public Domain Works

GRAFFITI REMOVAL

PLANS - CHECKING, INSPECTION FEES

STREET SIGN

FILMING

Roadways, Parks and Public Buildings

Application Fee

Traffic Management Plan Assessment

ADVERTISING ON PUBLIC STRUCTURES

COMMERCIAL CIVIL SERVICES

Note: Delivery & execution of civil service on land not owned by Cumberland Council - excluding Utility Restorations

PARKS AND RECREATION

Definitions:
Casual : 1-10 sessions
Seasonal : 11 sessions or more
Community: local sports & community groups, Not-for-profit organisations, schools
Commercial: For Profit businesses.
 
Notes:
Commercial Fees: additional 30% on listed community fees.
Floodlighting - lighting charges are additional to hire fees.
Seasonal Hire: 16 hours per week. Hirers booking less than 16hrs per week will be charged at the hourly rate.
 

SPORTING FIELDS - PREMIUM

Lidcombe Oval, Merrylands Oval - main oval, Mona Park 1, Granville Stadium.

SPORTING FIELDS - LOCAL

Alpha Road Park, Bathurst Street Park, Daniel Street Park, Darling Street Park, Greystanes Sportsground, Nemesia Street Reserve, Roberta Street Park, Long Street Park, Tait Street Park, Fairfield Road Park, Guildford West Sportsground, Tom Uren Park, CV Kelly Park, Girraween Park, Harold Read Park, Pendle Hill Park, Freame Park, Monty Bennet, MJ Bennett Reserve, Sydney Smith Park, Ted Burge Sportsground, King Park, Holroyd Sportsground, Granville Park, Oriole Park, Mona Park, Peter Hislop Park, Webbs Avenue Fields, Progress Park, Colquhoun Park, Everley Park, Horlyck Park, Ray Marshall Reserve, Auburn park, Princes Park, Guildford Park, Harry Gapes Reserve, Wyatt Park, Coleman Park, Phillips Park, Guilfoyle Park, Bright Park.

FLOODLIGHTING (PER FIELD PER HOUR)

OTHER

SCHOOLS

CRICKET

NETBALL

CYCLE TRACK

RIFLE RANGE

GOLF

TENNIS

Night usage commences at:
7.00pm during daylight savings periods
5.00pm outside of daylight savings periods

 

PERSONAL TRAINERS / FITNESS GROUPS - USE OF PARKS (Additional charges for non-passive spaces and lighting)

PASSIVE PARK USE FEES

Weddings (Auburn Botanical & Central Gardens & Holroyd Gardens - dedicated areas only)

Wedding Ceremonies & Photographs including entry (90mins - 2hours)

Photography Sessions Only (Auburn Botanical Gardens only)

Amusement Equipment

Auburn Botanical Gardens Entry Fees

Community Picnic Area

CONSTRUCTION ACCESS ACROSS OPEN SPACE AND/OR OCCUPATION

ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNANCE

COPYING AND PRINTING

Copying Undertaken By Council Staff For Public Access To Documents

Formal Application - GIPA          

CONDUCT MONEY

EXPERT WITNESS FEE

CHILD CARE RECORD RETRIEVABLE FEE

DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT

Document Scanning and Archiving Fee (Payable on DA Lodgment)

INFORMATION

GIS MAP PRODUCTION FOR EXTERNAL CLIENTS

GIS Map Printing

Custom Map Creation

FINANCE

RATES AND CHARGES

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CHARGE

Former Auburn City Council Properties

Residential Properties
Business Properties
Business Strata Properties

Former Holroyd City Council Properties

Residential Properties
Business Properties

ADMINSTRATION

Credit Card/Merchant Fee surcharge

Administration Fee - Refunds

Interest on Rates

Property Enquiry

Rate Records

Section 611 Charges

Deposit Held

Written Ownership Advice

Administration Fee - Bond and Deposit Refund

WASTE & RECYCLING CHARGES

DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT CHARGE

COMMERCIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT CHARGE

OTHER SERVICES

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Community Training and Workshops

Community Programs and Activities

Lifelong Learning Programs

PEACOCK GALLERY

COMMUNITY BUSES

Community Bus (10 Seater)

Community Groups
Private Users

Community Bus (20 Seater - Accessible)

Community Groups
Private Users

Community Bus - Additional Fees (community groups & private hirers)

CUMBERLAND LIFESTYLE AND LEISURE LINKS

NUTRITION SERVICES

PUBLICATIONS

SOCIAL INCLUSION

SERVICES TO COMMONWEALTH HOME CARE PACKAGE RECIPIENTS

AGED & DISABILITY SERVICES

CHILDREN'S SERVICES

EDUCATION & CARE

Enrolment Fee (Council Fee)

Pre- School

Family Day Care

Family Day Educators are self employed and set their own fees. A guideline is available from the Co-ordination Unit

Long Day Care

Long Day Care, 7am-6pm
Long Day Care, 6am-6pm

Occasional Care

The Sometime Centre - Merrylands

Out Of School Hours Care

BASC Fees
BASC Fees - Casual and/or Extra Days
School Holiday Care

CHILDREN'S SERVICES - PROGRAMS

Paint Cumberland Read

LIBRARY

LIBRARY SERVICES

Historical and Heritage Charges

Lost/Damaged Items

Reservation Fee

Fax Service

Within Australia (sending or receiving)
International (sending or receiving)

Photocopying and Printing

Photo Reprints

Other

Lockers

Book Sales

Local Studies Publications

Toy Library (Wentworthville Library only)

Library Research Fee

EVENTS

SYDNEY CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL ENTRY FEES FOR NON-CUMBERLAND COUNCIL RESIDENTS

Free Entry to the Festival is available to Seniors Card Holders on Thursday 22 August; and Free entry on all festival days for Cumberland residents (proof of residence required), Companion Card Holders, and Children 16 years of age and under on all festival days.

POWER SUPPLY

STALL HIRE FEE*

Not-for-profit organisations are not charged any stall or space fees if event activity excludes significant income generating activity. Not-for-profit organisation participation in events is subject to event requirements. 

Major Events (e.g. Sydney Cherry Blossom Festival, Australia Day)

General Events (e.g. Lunar New Year)

OTHERS

*Additional Activities/Merchandise Sales – Council Events team may conduct ad hoc activities or merchandise sales, ensuring adherence with commercial pricing policy principles.