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Tourists and local businesses to benefit from new wayfinding signage!

Visitors exploring the beautiful Cessnock Local Government Area (LGA) can do so with ease! Cessnock City Council celebrated the roll out of signage across the LGA to make a trip to the area even more enjoyable. The project included the installation of suburb entry signs, city gateway signage, information bays, tourist wayfinding signage (these are…

Mandatory QR check-ins for businesses

From Monday 12 July 2021 the use of the Service NSW QR code will be mandatory at all workplaces and retail businesses. Expanding the COVID check-in mandate will allow NSW Health contact tracers real-time access to QR code data from a greater number of venues including supermarkets, retail stores, gyms and offices. While many businesses…

Using the Cessnock CBD Shared Zone

The Shared Zone is an area where pedestrians and vehicles safely share the road space. The Speed limit is 10km/h and there are no road lines, kerb or gutter. Drivers MUST give way to pedestrians when using the Shared Zone.

Implementation of Hunter Valley Wine Country Signage Strategy

Council is currently rolling out the street signage component of the Hunter Valley Wine Country Signage Strategy, in the Pokolbin, Lovedale, Mount View and Wollombi areas.   The new signage, which includes street name signs and pictogram signs, is being installed at all intersections within ‘Wine Country’ as replacements for the existing street name signs…

Consultation for Branxton Suburb Emblem – Signage

Council and industry representatives join Mayor Pynsent and the Hon Scot MacDonald MLC for the official announcement

Over $2.2 million announced for the Hunter Valley Wine Country Tourist Signage

The NSW Government has announced a $2.2 million grant for Cessnock City Council to continue rolling out the Hunter Valley Wine Country Tourist Signage project. The funding under the NSW Government’s Regional Growth Environment and Tourism Fund was announced today by Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, the Central Coast and the Hunter, the Hon Mr Scot…

Cessnock City Gateway Signage update

Advance Cessnock City is pleased to give you an update on the multi-million dollar signage rollout from grants Cessnock City Council received under the Building Better Regions Fund and Restart NSW. This project will significantly improve both tourism and citywide signage in our local area.