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Alcohol Free Zones

Alcohol Free Zones

The Services and Infrastructure Committee of Wingecarribee Shire Council, at their meeting on 5 December 2007, declared the streets and car parks as Alcohol Free Zones for a three-year period. This is the maximum period allowed under the Local Government Act (1993) although the Alcohol Free Zones can be re-established every three years. 

Council has also resolved to prohibit the consumption of alcohol between 9pm and 6am in the following parks and reserves (noting that the Police can enforce this type of Council signage under Sec 632 of the Local Government Act 1993 – Acting contrary to notices erected by councils):


  • Corbett Gardens
  • Memorial Park
  • Loseby Park
  • Settlers Park
  • Cherry Tree Walk


  • Lake Alexandra
  • Ironmines Oval
  • Winifred West Park

Moss Vale 

  • Leighton Gardens
  • Bevan Badgery Park
The declaration of these Zones reflects concern that there is anti-social and irresponsible behaviour arising from the consumption of alcohol on the streets and car parks listed.

The Alcohol Free Zones will be operational from 19 December 2007 and/or when the Alcohol Free Zone locations are adequately signposted.

Alcohol Free Zones

Refer to the attach documents below for Alcohol Free Zones and Alcohol Prohibited Zones in each of the main towns:

PDFBowral: Alcohol Free & Alcohol Prohibited Zones (PDF, 3Mb)

PDFMittagong: Alcohol Free & Alcohol Prohibited Zones (PDF, 3Mb)

PDFMoss Vale: Alcohol Free & Alcohol Prohibited Zones (PDF, 3Mb)

PDFDeclaration: Alcohol Free & Alcohol Prohibited Zones (PDF, 10Kb)

Last Updated: April 10th, 2019
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