Tuesday 1st September 12:00am - Wednesday 30th September 11:59pm
Walk See Play
Wednesday 23rd September 3:30pm - 7:30pm
Council Meeting - 23 September 2020
Help ensure our children are safe in school zones. Parking rules exist to keep children, parents, carers and teachers safe, as well as minimising speed and traffic queues around schools.
You too, can help familiarise yourself with the parking restrictions around your school and teach your children to be safe around traffic.
Download: School Zone Safety Flyer
In summary the current laws regarding the use of child restraints are:
For further information about the relevant laws visit:
2 in 3 car seats are not being used properly.
Don't take any chances with your child restraint. Choose the right restraint to suit your child's height, weight and age.
It could save your child's life. They are counting on you to keep them safe.
That sounds simple but it isn't always. You might have a small car and need to fit three restraints in the back seat or a ute requiring a child to be placed in the front seat.
For peace of mind ensure your child restraints are fitted correctly, get them professionally checked by an RMS authorised fitter.
Your child is worth the time it takes to get their restraint checked or fitted.
Local RMS Authorised Restraint Fitting Stations
Existing and new child restraints can be checked and or fitted for safety and correct installation by an RMS authorised restraint fitting station:
Location: 64A Bowral Street, Bowral
Telephone: 02 4861 4940
Automotive Restraint Fitters Australia
Location: 2/3 Gantry Place, Braemar
Telephone: 02 4872 3903
Location: 21 Lyell Street, Mittagong 2575
Telephone: 02 4872 4999
Location: 3/227 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong 2575
Telephone: 02 4872 2822
Child Car Seats
Child Car Seat Testing Results
Telephone: 02 9845 0890
Telephone: 132 213
Transport for NSW Centre for Road Safety
Child car seats
Wingecarribee Road Safety Officer
Telephone: 02 4868 0888
Wingecarribee Shire Council is supporting the child road safety holiday campaign in conjunction with the Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation (LBDF) to raise awareness of the importance of child road safety.
The foundation was set up by Michelle and David McLaughlin in 2014 after their young son was tragically killed in a pedestrian accident while on holidays.
As part of the campaign, ‘Holiday Time: Slow Down, Kids Around’ signage and banners will be erected at locations popular with children these summer school holidays.
Council’s Road Safety Officer is urging motorists to heed the campaign and slow down over summer.
Together with the Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation all road users are encouraged to work together to create a safer environment for all children living in or visiting the Highlands these summer holidays.
For more information about the foundation visit littlebluedinosaur.org.