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Joining a local group also provides an opportunity to meet your neighbours and share experiences.
To include a new community group or to change an existing listing on this page, please send us your request in writing to: The 2011 Residents' Association Inc was established over 20 years ago to promote residential amenity for people living within the 2011 postcode of Kings Cross, Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Woolloomooloo – one of the most densely populated areas of Australia.
The East Sydney Neighbourhood Association ESNA) has been working for over 30 years to represent the views of residents to improve the residential amenity and protect the heritage of East Sydney, an inner-city residential heritage precinct bordered by Oxford, College, William and Forbes streets.
ESNA meets every second Wednesday of the month at 6.30pm in the Doug Heron Room, at The Republic building on the corner of Palmer and Burton streets, East Sydney.
Friends of Alexandria Scouts is: Friends of Bourke Street (FOB) meets regularly in one of the heritage-listed boulevard's many excellent and inexpensive restaurants to promote improvements and to discourage threats to the amenities of the street.
All users and admirers of the street – residents, local businesses, cyclists, pedestrians, motorists and politicians – are welcome to join the group.
Meetings are on the second Wednesday of each month at 10.30am for an 11am start.
Concerned Older Women meet on the first Friday of each month at Have a Chat café, The Old Fire Station, 113 Mitchell Street, Glebe from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
The Alexandria Residents' Action Group (ARAG) meets on a monthly basis to discuss issues impacting the local community and to initiate activities that create social, educational and environmental benefits for the suburb.
City RAGs was formed in August 2003 to be the central forum representing about 19 resident action and precinct community groups across the City's local area.
While the group no longer meets formally, it can provide referral information for relevant groups in your immediate local area.
The Blackwattle Cove Coalition (BCC) aims to work with the Wentworth Park Sporting Complex Trust, the City and numerous state government agencies involved with the planning of Wentworth Park and the Blackwattle Bay foreshore area.
Its membership is based on residents and business operators in the Glebe, Pyrmont and Ultimo areas, including representatives from other local community groups.