Killcare



‘Tubs of Love’ heading north

A group of Killcare residents have banded together to help flood-affected families in the Northern Rivers by collecting boxes of essential items, medicines and appliances. The ‘Tubs of Love’ initiative,…




Still waiting for mobile phone coverage

Often one hears of remote areas of Australia dealing with poor mobile phone reception. Here at Killcare, part of Greater Sydney and a bushfire prone area where reliable mobile coverage…




Happy trails on the Bouddi Peninsula

The Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail is returning after COVID-19 restrictions delayed the event from its usual October Long Weekend timeslot complemented by the Bouddi Home Markets Trail and the local…






Blue Ring turns up in child’s sand bucket

Killcare Surf Lifesaving Club (KSLSC) has warned residents to be aware of blue-ringed octopuses on local beaches after a child nearly came into contact with the creature recently. “The Blue…


Feels great to be back on the beach

SURF LIFE SAVING – Killcare Surf Lifesaving Club (KSLSC) celebrated the launch of the surfing season last weekend. Club president, Craig Sheppard, said it was a terrific start to the…


Lighting campfires a ‘selfish act’

Emergency services attended a blaze at Killcare on Saturday night following reports of several illegal campfires constructed on a popular walking trail. Firies from the Killcare, Empire Bay and Copacabana…


Decision on Killcare tower deferred

Resident Tony Denny has won some time in a fight against a telecommunications tower proposed for 37 Wards HIll Rd, Killcare. Denny was one of a number of residents who…


Surf club declares mission accomplished

Two local surf lifesavers were honoured with Life Membership from Killcare Surf Life Saving Club on July 31. In a social media post, the Club said the decision to honour…


New virtual market keeps Bouddi buzzing

A Killcare duo has transformed their lockdown blues into a new community business project aimed at supporting locals during lockdown and beyond. The Bouddi Home Markets is a community initiative…


Woman injured on Bouddi walking trail

Fire and Rescue NSW were called to Killcare on Wednesday morning following reports of a person trapped along the Bouddi Coastal Walk track. A 22-year-old female was reported to have…