Woollahra Local Environmental Plan 2014 (2015 EPI 20)



Part 1 Preliminary
1.1   Name of Plan
This Plan is Woollahra Local Environmental Plan 2014.
1.1AA   Commencement
This Plan commences 4 months after it is published on the NSW legislation website.
1.2   Aims of Plan
(1)  This Plan aims to make local environmental planning provisions for land in Woollahra in accordance with the relevant standard environmental planning instrument under section 33A of the Act.
(2)  The particular aims of this Plan are as follows:
(a)  to ensure that growth occurs in a planned and co-ordinated way,
(b)  to promote the management, development, conservation and economic use of property,
(c)  to provide for an appropriate balance and distribution of land for commercial, retail, residential and tourist development and for recreation, open space, entertainment and community facilities,
(d)  to provide greater population densities in and around centres that are well serviced by public transport,
(e)  to facilitate opportunities, in suitable locations, for diversity in dwelling density and type,
(f)  to conserve built and natural environmental heritage,
(g)  to protect amenity and the natural environment,
(h)  to minimise and manage stormwater and flooding impacts,
(i)  to protect and promote public access to and along the foreshores,
(j)  to promote a high standard of design in the private and public domain,
(k)  to minimise and manage traffic and parking impacts,
(l)  to ensure development achieves the desired future character of the area,
(m)  to minimise excavation and manage impacts.
1.3   Land to which Plan applies
This Plan applies to the land identified on the Land Application Map.
1.4   Definitions
The Dictionary at the end of this Plan defines words and expressions for the purposes of this Plan.
1.5   Notes
Notes in this Plan are provided for guidance and do not form part of this Plan.
1.6   Consent authority
The consent authority for the purposes of this Plan is (subject to the Act) the Council.
1.7   Maps
(1)  A reference in this Plan to a named map adopted by this Plan is a reference to a map by that name:
(a)  approved by the Minister when the map is adopted, and
(b)  as amended or replaced from time to time by maps declared by environmental planning instruments to amend or replace that map, and approved by the Minister when the instruments are made.
(1AA)  A reference to the Minister in subclause (1) is taken to be a reference to the Greater Sydney Commission in the case of any map that applies to a local government area in the Greater Sydney Region (within the meaning of the Greater Sydney Commission Act 2015) and that is adopted by a local environmental plan on or after 27 January 2016.
(2)  Any 2 or more named maps may be combined into a single map. In that case, a reference in this Plan to any such named map is a reference to the relevant part or aspect of the single map.
(3)  Any such maps are to be kept and made available for public access in accordance with arrangements approved by the Minister.
(4)  For the purposes of this Plan, a map may be in, and may be kept and made available in, electronic or paper form, or both.
Note—
The maps adopted by this Plan are to be made available on the official NSW legislation website in connection with this Plan. Requirements relating to the maps are set out in the documents entitled Standard technical requirements for LEP maps and Standard requirements for LEP GIS data which are available on the website of the Department of Planning and Environment.
1.8   Repeal of planning instruments applying to land
(1)  All local environmental plans and deemed environmental planning instruments applying only to the land to which this Plan applies are repealed.
Note—
The following local environmental plans are repealed under this provision:
(2)  All local environmental plans and deemed environmental planning instruments applying to the land to which this Plan applies and to other land cease to apply to the land to which this Plan applies.
1.8A   Savings provision relating to development applications
If a development application has been made before the commencement of this Plan in relation to land to which this Plan applies and the application has not been finally determined before that commencement, the application must be determined as if this Plan had not commenced.
Note—
However, under Division 4B of Part 3 of the Act, a development application may be made for consent to carry out development that may only be carried out if the environmental planning instrument applying to the relevant development is appropriately amended or if a new instrument, including an appropriate principal environmental planning instrument, is made, and the consent authority may consider the application. The Division requires public notice of the development application and the draft environmental planning instrument allowing the development at the same time, or as closely together as is practicable.
1.9   Application of SEPPs
(1)  This Plan is subject to the provisions of any State environmental planning policy that prevails over this Plan as provided by section 36 of the Act.
(2)  The following State environmental planning policies (or provisions) do not apply to the land to which this Plan applies:
1.9A   Suspension of covenants, agreements and instruments
(1)  For the purpose of enabling development on land in any zone to be carried out in accordance with this Plan or with a consent granted under the Act, any agreement, covenant or other similar instrument that restricts the carrying out of that development does not apply to the extent necessary to serve that purpose.
(2)  This clause does not apply:
(a)  to a covenant imposed by the Council or that the Council requires to be imposed, or
(b)  to any prescribed instrument within the meaning of section 183A of the Crown Lands Act 1989, or
(c)  to any conservation agreement within the meaning of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974, or
(d)  to any Trust agreement within the meaning of the Nature Conservation Trust Act 2001, or
(e)  to any property vegetation plan within the meaning of the Native Vegetation Act 2003, or
(f)  to any biobanking agreement within the meaning of Part 7A of the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995, or
(g)  to any planning agreement within the meaning of Division 6 of Part 4 of the Act.
(3)  This clause does not affect the rights or interests of any public authority under any registered instrument.
(4)  Under section 28 of the Act, the Governor, before the making of this clause, approved of subclauses (1)–(3).
Part 2 Permitted or prohibited development
2.1   Land use zones
The land use zones under this Plan are as follows:
Residential Zones
R2 Low Density Residential
R3 Medium Density Residential
Business Zones
B1 Neighbourhood Centre
B2 Local Centre
B4 Mixed Use
Special Purpose Zones
SP2 Infrastructure
SP3 Tourist
Recreation Zones
RE1 Public Recreation
RE2 Private Recreation
Environment Protection Zones
E1 National Parks and Nature Reserves
E2 Environmental Conservation
2.2   Zoning of land to which Plan applies
For the purposes of this Plan, land is within the zones shown on the Land Zoning Map.
2.3   Zone objectives and Land Use Table
(1)  The Land Use Table at the end of this Part specifies for each zone:
(a)  the objectives for development, and
(b)  development that may be carried out without development consent, and
(c)  development that may be carried out only with development consent, and
(d)  development that is prohibited.
(2)  The consent authority must have regard to the objectives for development in a zone when determining a development application in respect of land within the zone.
(3)  In the Land Use Table at the end of this Part:
(a)  a reference to a type of building or other thing is a reference to development for the purposes of that type of building or other thing, and
(b)  a reference to a type of building or other thing does not include (despite any definition in this Plan) a reference to a type of building or other thing referred to separately in the Land Use Table in relation to the same zone.
(4)  This clause is subject to the other provisions of this Plan.
Notes—
1   
Schedule 1 sets out additional permitted uses for particular land.
2   
Schedule 2 sets out exempt development (which is generally exempt from both Parts 4 and 5 of the Act). Development in the land use table that may be carried out without consent is nevertheless subject to the environmental assessment and approval requirements of Part 5 of the Act or, if applicable, Part 3A of the Act.
3   
Schedule 3 sets out complying development (for which a complying development certificate may be issued as an alternative to obtaining development consent).
4   
Clause 2.6 requires consent for subdivision of land.
5   
Part 5 contains other provisions which require consent for particular development.
2.4   Unzoned land
(1)  Development may be carried out on unzoned land only with development consent.
(2)  In deciding whether to grant development consent, the consent authority:
(a)  must consider whether the development will impact on adjoining zoned land and, if so, consider the objectives for development in the zones of the adjoining land, and
(b)  must be satisfied that the development is appropriate and is compatible with permissible land uses in any such adjoining land.
2.5   Additional permitted uses for particular land
(1)  Development on particular land that is described or referred to in Schedule 1 may be carried out:
(a)  with development consent, or
(b)  if the Schedule so provides—without development consent,
in accordance with the conditions (if any) specified in that Schedule in relation to that development.
(2)  This clause has effect despite anything to the contrary in the Land Use Table or other provision of this Plan.
2.6   Subdivision—consent requirements
(1)  Land to which this Plan applies may be subdivided, but only with development consent.
Notes—
1   
If a subdivision is specified as exempt development in an applicable environmental planning instrument, such as this Plan or State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008, the Act enables it to be carried out without development consent.
2   
Part 6 of State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 provides that the strata subdivision of a building in certain circumstances is complying development.
(2)  Development consent must not be granted for the subdivision of land on which a secondary dwelling is situated if the subdivision would result in the principal dwelling and the secondary dwelling being situated on separate lots, unless the resulting lots are not less than the minimum size shown on the Lot Size Map in relation to that land.
Note—
The definition of secondary dwelling in the Dictionary requires the dwelling to be on the same lot of land as the principal dwelling.
2.7   Demolition requires development consent
The demolition of a building or work may be carried out only with development consent.
Note—
If the demolition of a building or work is identified in an applicable environmental planning instrument, such as this Plan or State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008, as exempt development, the Act enables it to be carried out without development consent.
2.8   Temporary use of land
(1)  The objective of this clause is to provide for the temporary use of land if the use does not compromise future development of the land, or have detrimental economic, social, amenity or environmental effects on the land.
(2)  Despite any other provision of this Plan, development consent may be granted for development on land in any zone for a temporary use for a maximum period of 52 days (whether or not consecutive days) in any period of 12 months.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted unless the consent authority is satisfied that:
(a)  the temporary use will not prejudice the subsequent carrying out of development on the land in accordance with this Plan and any other applicable environmental planning instrument, and
(b)  the temporary use will not adversely impact on any adjoining land or the amenity of the neighbourhood, and
(c)  the temporary use and location of any structures related to the use will not adversely impact on environmental attributes or features of the land, or increase the risk of natural hazards that may affect the land, and
(d)  at the end of the temporary use period the land will, as far as is practicable, be restored to the condition in which it was before the commencement of the use.
(4)  Despite subclause (2), the temporary use of a dwelling as a sales office for a new release area or a new housing estate may exceed the maximum number of days specified in that subclause.
(5)  Subclause (3) (d) does not apply to the temporary use of a dwelling as a sales office mentioned in subclause (4).
Land Use Table
Note—
A type of development referred to in the Land Use Table is a reference to that type of development only to the extent it is not regulated by an applicable State environmental planning policy. The following State environmental planning policies in particular may be relevant to development on land to which this Plan applies:
State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 (including provision for secondary dwellings)
State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007—relating to infrastructure facilities such as those that comprise, or are for, air transport, correction, education, electricity generating works and solar energy systems, health services, ports, railways, roads, waste management and water supply systems
Zone R2   Low Density Residential
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide for the housing needs of the community within a low density residential environment.
  To enable other land uses that provide facilities or services to meet the day to day needs of residents.
  To provide for development that is compatible with the character and amenity of the surrounding neighbourhood.
  To ensure that development is of a height and scale that achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
2   Permitted without consent
Home occupations; Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Attached dwellings; Bed and breakfast accommodation; Boarding houses; Business premises; Child care centres; Community facilities; Dual occupancies; Dwelling houses; Environmental protection works; Group homes; Home occupations (sex services); Information and education facilities; Office premises; Public administration buildings; Recreation areas; Respite day care centres; Secondary dwellings; Semi-detached dwellings; Shops
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone R3   Medium Density Residential
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide for the housing needs of the community within a medium density residential environment.
  To provide a variety of housing types within a medium density residential environment.
  To enable other land uses that provide facilities or services to meet the day to day needs of residents.
  To ensure that development is of a height and scale that achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Attached dwellings; Bed and breakfast accommodation; Boarding houses; Business premises; Child care centres; Community facilities; Dual occupancies; Dwelling houses; Environmental protection works; Group homes; Home occupations (sex services); Hostels; Information and education facilities; Multi dwelling housing; Neighbourhood shops; Office premises; Places of public worship; Public administration buildings; Recreation areas; Residential flat buildings; Respite day care centres; Secondary dwellings; Semi-detached dwellings; Seniors housing; Shops
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone B1   Neighbourhood Centre
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide a range of small-scale retail, business and community uses that serve the needs of people who live or work in the surrounding neighbourhood.
  To provide active ground floor uses to create vibrant centres.
  To provide for development of a scale and type that is compatible with the amenity of the surrounding residential area.
  To ensure that development is of a height and scale that achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
  To provide for a range of other uses, including light industrial, that serve the surrounding neighbourhood without impacting on the amenity of the adjoining uses.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Bed and breakfast accommodation; Boarding houses; Building identification signs; Business identification signs; Business premises; Car parks; Child care centres; Community facilities; Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Health consulting rooms; Home occupations (sex services); Information and education facilities; Light industries; Medical centres; Neighbourhood shops; Office premises; Places of public worship; Public administration buildings; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Respite day care centres; Restaurants or cafes; Service stations; Serviced apartments; Sex services premises; Shops; Shop top housing; Take-away food and drink premises; Veterinary hospitals
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone B2   Local Centre
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide a range of retail, business, entertainment and community uses that serve the needs of people who live in, work in and visit the local area.
  To encourage employment opportunities in accessible locations.
  To maximise public transport patronage and encourage walking and cycling.
  To attract new business and commercial opportunities.
  To provide active ground floor uses to create vibrant centres.
  To provide for development of a scale and type that is compatible with the amenity of the surrounding residential area.
  To ensure that development is of a height and scale that achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Amusement centres; Boarding houses; Building identification signs; Business identification signs; Car parks; Child care centres; Commercial premises; Community facilities; Educational establishments; Entertainment facilities; Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Function centres; Home occupations (sex services); Information and education facilities; Light industries; Medical centres; Passenger transport facilities; Places of public worship; Public administration buildings; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Registered clubs; Respite day care centres; Restricted premises; Service stations; Sex services premises; Shop top housing; Tourist and visitor accommodation; Veterinary hospitals
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone B4   Mixed Use
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide a mixture of compatible land uses.
  To integrate suitable business, office, residential, retail and other development in accessible locations so as to maximise public transport patronage and encourage walking and cycling.
  To provide active ground floor uses to create vibrant centres.
  To provide for development of a scale and type that is compatible with the amenity of the surrounding residential area.
  To ensure that development is of a height and scale that achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Boarding houses; Building identification signs; Business identification signs; Car parks; Child care centres; Commercial premises; Community facilities; Dwelling houses; Educational establishments; Entertainment facilities; Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Function centres; Home occupations (sex services); Hotel or motel accommodation; Information and education facilities; Light industries; Medical centres; Passenger transport facilities; Places of public worship; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Registered clubs; Respite day care centres; Restricted premises; Seniors housing; Service stations; Sex services premises; Shop top housing; Tourist and visitor accommodation; Vehicle repair stations; Veterinary hospitals
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone SP2   Infrastructure
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide for infrastructure and related uses.
  To prevent development that is not compatible with or that may detract from the provision of infrastructure.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Community facilities; Environmental protection works; Recreation areas; The purpose shown on the Land Zoning Map, including any development that is ordinarily incidental or ancillary to development for that purpose
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone SP3   Tourist
1   Objectives of zone
  To provide for a variety of tourist-oriented development and related uses.
  To provide for development of a scale and type that is compatible with the amenity of the surrounding residential area.
  To maintain public access along the foreshore.
  To ensure that development achieves the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
2   Permitted without consent
Roads
3   Permitted with consent
Building identification signs; Business identification signs; Car parks; Dwelling houses; Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Food and drink premises; Function centres; Information and education facilities; Kiosks; Tourist and visitor accommodation
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone RE1   Public Recreation
1   Objectives of zone
  To enable land to be used for public open space or recreational purposes.
  To provide a range of recreational settings and activities and compatible land uses.
  To protect and enhance the natural environment for recreational purposes.
2   Permitted without consent
Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works
3   Permitted with consent
Boat launching ramps; Boat sheds; Charter and tourism boating facilities; Child care centres; Community facilities; Information and education facilities; Jetties; Kiosks; Marinas; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Recreation facilities (outdoor); Registered clubs; Respite day care centres; Restaurants or cafes; Roads; Water recreation structures
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone RE2   Private Recreation
1   Objectives of zone
  To enable land to be used for private open space or recreational purposes.
  To provide a range of recreational settings and activities and compatible land uses.
  To protect and enhance the natural environment for recreational purposes.
2   Permitted without consent
Nil
3   Permitted with consent
Child care centres; Community facilities; Environmental facilities; Environmental protection works; Information and education facilities; Kiosks; Recreation areas; Recreation facilities (indoor); Recreation facilities (outdoor); Registered clubs; Respite day care centres; Roads
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone E1   National Parks and Nature Reserves
1   Objectives of zone
  To enable the management and appropriate use of land that is reserved under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 or that is acquired under Part 11 of that Act.
  To enable uses authorised under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.
  To identify land that is to be reserved under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 and to protect the environmental significance of that land.
2   Permitted without consent
Uses authorised under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974
3   Permitted with consent
Nil
4   Prohibited
Any development not specified in item 2 or 3
Zone E2   Environmental Conservation
1   Objectives of zone
  To protect, manage and restore areas of high ecological, scientific, cultural or aesthetic values.
  To prevent development that could destroy, damage or otherwise have an adverse effect on those values.
2   Permitted without consent
Environmental protection works
3   Permitted with consent
Environmental facilities
4   Prohibited
Business premises; Hotel or motel accommodation; Industries; Multi dwelling housing; Recreation facilities (major); Residential flat buildings; Restricted premises; Retail premises; Seniors housing; Service stations; Warehouse or distribution centres; Any other development not specified in item 2 or 3
Part 3 Exempt and complying development
3.1   Exempt development
Note—
Under section 76 of the Act, exempt development may be carried out without the need for development consent under Part 4 of the Act or for assessment under Part 5 of the Act.
The section states that exempt development:
(a)  must be of minimal environmental impact, and
(b)  cannot be carried out in critical habitat of an endangered species, population or ecological community (identified under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 or the Fisheries Management Act 1994), and
(c)  cannot be carried out in a wilderness area (identified under the Wilderness Act 1987).
(1)  The objective of this clause is to identify development of minimal environmental impact as exempt development.
(2)  Development specified in Schedule 2 that meets the standards for the development contained in that Schedule and that complies with the requirements of this Part is exempt development.
(3)  To be exempt development, the development:
(a)  must meet the relevant deemed-to-satisfy provisions of the Building Code of Australia or, if there are no such relevant provisions, must be structurally adequate, and
(b)  must not, if it relates to an existing building, cause the building to contravene the Building Code of Australia, and
(c)  must not be designated development, and
(d)  must not be carried out on land that comprises, or on which there is, an item that is listed on the State Heritage Register under the Heritage Act 1977 or that is subject to an interim heritage order under the Heritage Act 1977.
(4)  Development that relates to an existing building that is classified under the Building Code of Australia as class 1b or class 2–9 is exempt development only if:
(a)  the building has a current fire safety certificate or fire safety statement, or
(b)  no fire safety measures are currently implemented, required or proposed for the building.
(5)  To be exempt development, the development must:
(a)  be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications, if applicable, and
(b)  not involve the removal or pruning of a tree or other vegetation that requires a permit or development consent for removal or pruning, unless that removal or pruning is undertaken in accordance with a permit or development consent.
Note—
A permit for the removal or pruning of a tree or other vegetation may be granted under this Plan. A development consent for the removal of native vegetation may be granted where relevant under the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
(6)  A heading to an item in Schedule 2 is part of that Schedule.
3.2   Complying development
(1)  The objective of this clause is to identify development as complying development.
(2)  Development specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3 that is carried out in compliance with:
(a)  the development standards specified in relation to that development, and
(b)  the requirements of this Part,
is complying development.
Note—
See also clause 5.8 (3) which provides that the conversion of fire alarms is complying development in certain circumstances.
(3)  To be complying development, the development must:
(a)  be permissible, with development consent, in the zone in which it is carried out, and
(b)  meet the relevant deemed-to-satisfy provisions of the Building Code of Australia, and
(c)  have an approval, if required by the Local Government Act 1993, from the Council for an on-site effluent disposal system if the development is undertaken on unsewered land.
(4)  A complying development certificate for development specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3 is subject to the conditions (if any) set out or referred to in Part 2 of that Schedule.
(5)  A heading to an item in Schedule 3 is part of that Schedule.
3.3   Environmentally sensitive areas excluded
(1)  Exempt or complying development must not be carried out on any environmentally sensitive area for exempt or complying development.
(2)  For the purposes of this clause:
environmentally sensitive area for exempt or complying development means any of the following:
(a)  the coastal waters of the State,
(b)  a coastal lake,
(d)  land reserved as an aquatic reserve under the Fisheries Management Act 1994 or as a marine park under the Marine Parks Act 1997,
(e)  land within a wetland of international significance declared under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands or within a World heritage area declared under the World Heritage Convention,
(f)  land within 100 metres of land to which paragraph (c), (d) or (e) applies,
(g)  land identified in this or any other environmental planning instrument as being of high Aboriginal cultural significance or high biodiversity significance,
(h)  land reserved under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 or land acquired under Part 11 of that Act,
(i)  land reserved or dedicated under the Crown Lands Act 1989 for the preservation of flora, fauna, geological formations or for other environmental protection purposes,
(j)  land identified as being critical habitat under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 or Part 7A of the Fisheries Management Act 1994.
Part 4 Principal development standards
4.1   Minimum subdivision lot size
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to establish a minimum subdivision lot size that is consistent with the desired future character of the neighbourhood,
(b)  to ensure that lot sizes support development envisaged under this Plan,
(c)  to ensure that lots have a minimum size to retain or enhance amenity by providing useable areas for building and landscaping,
(d)  to identify locations suitable for increased development density,
(e)  to ensure that development complies with the desired future character of the area.
(2)  This clause applies to a subdivision of any land shown on the Lot Size Map that requires development consent and that is carried out after the commencement of this Plan.
(3)  The size of any lot resulting from a subdivision of land to which this clause applies is not to be less than the minimum size shown on the Lot Size Map in relation to that land.
(3A)  If a lot is a battle-axe lot or other lot with an access handle, the area of the access handle is not to be included in calculating the lot size.
(4)  This clause does not apply in relation to the subdivision of individual lots in a strata plan or community title scheme.
4.1AA   Minimum subdivision lot size for community title schemes
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to ensure that community title schemes comply with Council’s minimum lot sizes,
(b)  to establish a minimum subdivision lot size for community title subdivision that is consistent with the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
(2)  This clause applies to a subdivision (being a subdivision that requires development consent) under the Community Land Development Act 1989 of land in any of the following zones:
(a)  Zone R2 Low Density Residential,
(b)  Zone R3 Medium Density Residential.
(3)  The size of any lot resulting from a subdivision of land to which this clause applies (other than any lot comprising association property within the meaning of the Community Land Development Act 1989) is not to be less than the minimum size shown on the Lot Size Map in relation to that land.
4.1A   Minimum lot sizes for dual occupancies, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings
(1)  The objective of this clause is to achieve planned residential density in certain zones consistent with the desired future character of the neighbourhood.
(2)  Development consent may be granted to development on a lot in a zone shown in Column 2 of the table to this clause for a purpose shown in Column 1 of the table opposite that zone, if the area of the lot is equal to or greater than the area specified for that purpose and shown in Column 3 of the table.
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Dual occupancy (attached)
Zone R2 Low Density Residential
460 square metres
Dual occupancy (detached)
Zone R2 Low Density Residential
930 square metres
Dual occupancy (attached)
Zone R3 Medium Density Residential
460 square metres
Dual occupancy (detached)
Zone R3 Medium Density Residential
460 square metres
Multi dwelling housing
Zone R3 Medium Density Residential
700 square metres
Residential flat building
Zone R3 Medium Density Residential
700 square metres
4.1B   Exceptions to minimum subdivision lot sizes for certain residential development
(1)  The objective of this clause is to encourage housing diversity without adversely impacting on residential amenity.
(2)  This clause applies to development on land in Zone R3 Medium Density Residential.
(3)  Development consent may be granted to a single development application for development to which this clause applies that is:
(a)  the subdivision of land into 3 or more lots, and
(b)  the erection of a dwelling house, an attached dwelling or a semi-detached dwelling on each lot resulting from the subdivision, if the size of each lot is equal to or greater than:
(i)  for the erection of a dwelling house—230 square metres, or
(ii)  for the erection of an attached dwelling—230 square metres, or
(iii)  for the erection of a semi-detached dwelling—230 square metres.
4.2   Rural subdivision
[Not applicable]
4.3   Height of buildings
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to establish building heights that are consistent with the desired future character of the neighbourhood,
(b)  to establish a transition in scale between zones to protect local amenity,
(c)  to minimise the loss of solar access to existing buildings and open space,
(d)  to minimise the impacts of new development on adjoining or nearby properties from disruption of views, loss of privacy, overshadowing or visual intrusion,
(e)  to protect the amenity of the public domain by providing public views of the harbour and surrounding areas.
(2)  The height of a building on any land is not to exceed the maximum height shown for the land on the Height of Buildings Map.
(2A)  Despite subclause (2) and clause 4.3A, the maximum height of a dwelling house, dual occupancy or semi-detached dwelling on land in Zone R3 Medium Density Residential is 9.5 metres.
(2B)  Despite subclause (2) and clause 4.3A, the maximum height of a building on a battle-axe lot on land in Zone R3 Medium Density Residential is 9.5 metres.
4.3A   Exceptions to building heights (Areas A–H)
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to ensure new development is consistent with the desired future character of the neighbourhood,
(b)  to ensure new development is consistent with the surrounding buildings and the streetscape,
(c)  to protect views and vistas that are in the public domain.
(2)  This clause applies to land identified as “Area A”, “Area B”, “Area C”, “Area D”, “Area E”, “Area F”, “Area G” and “Area H” on the Height of Buildings Map.
(3)  Despite clause 4.3, the height of a building on land to which this clause applies, in an Area indicated in Column 1 of the table to this clause, at the highest part of the land (exclusive of any access handles), must not exceed the height shown opposite that Area in column 2.
Column 1
Column 2
Area A
3.0 metres
Area B
4.0 metres
Area C
6.5 metres
Area D
7.5 metres
Area E
8.0 metres
Area F
10.5 metres
Area G
11 metres
Area H
14 metres
4.3B   Exceptions to building heights (Area I—White City Tennis Club)
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to retain views from Glenmore Road over certain land surrounding White City Tennis Club,
(b)  to permit a greater maximum building height on part of that land, subject to certain criteria,
(c)  to protect the visual privacy and amenity of nearby residences,
(d)  to conserve and recognise the heritage significance of the existing centre courts.
(2)  Despite clause 4.3, the maximum height of a building on the land identified as “Area I” on the Height of Buildings Map is 11.5 metres if:
(a)  the building is located on the western side of the centre courts, and
(b)  the consent authority is satisfied that the development does not affect view lines from Glenmore Road, and
(c)  the building maintains the heritage significance of White City Tennis Club.
4.4   Floor space ratio
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  for development in Zone R3 Medium Density Residential:
(i)  to ensure the bulk and scale of new development is compatible with the desired future character of the area, and
(ii)  to minimise adverse environmental effects on the use or enjoyment of adjoining properties and the public domain, and
(iii)  to ensure that development allows adequate provision on the land for deep soil planting and areas of private open space,
(b)  for buildings in Zone B1 Neighbourhood Centre, Zone B2 Local Centre, and Zone B4 Mixed Use—to ensure that buildings are compatible with the desired future character of the area in terms of bulk and scale.
(2)  The maximum floor space ratio for a building on any land is not to exceed the floor space ratio shown for the land on the Floor Space Ratio Map.
(2A)  Despite subclause (2), the floor space ratio for a building on land shown on the Floor Space Ratio Map does not apply to a building that is a dwelling-house, dual occupancy or semi-detached dwelling.
4.4A   Exceptions to floor space ratio (Area 1—Double Bay)
(1)  The objective of this clause is to encourage the development of prominent corner buildings in Double Bay.
(2)  This clause applies to land identified as “Area 1” on the Floor Space Ratio Map.
(3)  Despite clause 4.4, development consent may be granted to development on land to which this clause applies that results in a floor space ratio that does not exceed 3:1 if the consent authority is satisfied that the development will be compatible with the desired future character of the zone in terms of building bulk and scale.
4.4B   Exceptions to floor space ratio (Areas 2 and 3—selected Zone B1 and Zone B4 centres)
(1)  The objective of this clause is to encourage the development of prominent corner buildings on certain land.
(2)  This clause applies to land identified as “Area 2” on the Floor Space Ratio Map.
(3)  Despite clause 4.4, development consent may be granted to development on land to which this clause applies that results in a floor space ratio that does not exceed 2:1 if:
(a)  the consent authority is satisfied that the development will be compatible with the desired future character of the centre in terms of building bulk and scale, and
(b)  adjoining land in “Area 3” (as identified on the Floor Space Ratio Map) has, or will have, direct vehicular access or vehicular access via a right of way to a road.
Note—
If there is no land adjoining in “Area 3”, subclause (b) does not apply.
4.4C   Exceptions to height and floor space ratio (Area 4—Rose Bay)
(1)  The objective of this clause is to encourage public domain improvements to link the Rose Bay centre to the foreshore of Rose Bay.
(2)  This clause applies to land identified as “Area J” on the Height of Buildings Map and “Area 4” on the Floor Space Ratio Map.
(3)  Despite clauses 4.3 and 4.4, development consent may be granted to development on land to which this clause applies that results in a floor space ratio that does not exceed 2.25:1 and a height that does not exceed 17.2 metres if:
(a)  the consent authority is satisfied that the public domain improvements will be compatible with the desired future character of the Rose Bay centre in terms of location, size, access and amenity, and
(b)  provision is made for public domain improvements within that land.
4.4D   Exceptions to floor space ratio (Areas 5—188 Oxford Street, Paddington)
(1)  The objective of this clause is to retain the existing bulk and scale on 188 Oxford Street, Paddington.
(2)  This clause applies to land identified as “Area 5” on the Floor Space Ratio Map.
(3)  Despite clause 4.4, development consent may be granted to development on land to which this clause applies that results in a floor space ratio that does not exceed 1.04:1 if:
(a)  the consent authority is satisfied that the development will be compatible with any conservation plan for the land, and
(b)  the floor space ratio that does not exceed 1.04:1 is an aggregate for all the land to which this clause applies.
4.5   Calculation of floor space ratio and site area
(1) Objectives The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to define floor space ratio,
(b)  to set out rules for the calculation of the site area of development for the purpose of applying permitted floor space ratios, including rules to:
(i)  prevent the inclusion in the site area of an area that has no significant development being carried out on it, and
(ii)  prevent the inclusion in the site area of an area that has already been included as part of a site area to maximise floor space area in another building, and
(iii)  require community land and public places to be dealt with separately.
(2) Definition of “floor space ratio” The floor space ratio of buildings on a site is the ratio of the gross floor area of all buildings within the site to the site area.
(3) Site area In determining the site area of proposed development for the purpose of applying a floor space ratio, the site area is taken to be:
(a)  if the proposed development is to be carried out on only one lot, the area of that lot, or
(b)  if the proposed development is to be carried out on 2 or more lots, the area of any lot on which the development is proposed to be carried out that has at least one common boundary with another lot on which the development is being carried out.
In addition, subclauses (4)–(7) apply to the calculation of site area for the purposes of applying a floor space ratio to proposed development.
(4) Exclusions from site area The following land must be excluded from the site area:
(a)  land on which the proposed development is prohibited, whether under this Plan or any other law,
(b)  community land or a public place (except as provided by subclause (7)).
(5) Strata subdivisions The area of a lot that is wholly or partly on top of another or others in a strata subdivision is to be included in the calculation of the site area only to the extent that it does not overlap with another lot already included in the site area calculation.
(6) Only significant development to be included The site area for proposed development must not include a lot additional to a lot or lots on which the development is being carried out unless the proposed development includes significant development on that additional lot.
(7) Certain public land to be separately considered For the purpose of applying a floor space ratio to any proposed development on, above or below community land or a public place, the site area must only include an area that is on, above or below that community land or public place, and is occupied or physically affected by the proposed development, and may not include any other area on which the proposed development is to be carried out.
(8) Existing buildings The gross floor area of any existing or proposed buildings within the vertical projection (above or below ground) of the boundaries of a site is to be included in the calculation of the total floor space for the purposes of applying a floor space ratio, whether or not the proposed development relates to all of the buildings.
(9) Covenants to prevent “double dipping” When development consent is granted to development on a site comprised of 2 or more lots, a condition of the consent may require a covenant to be registered that prevents the creation of floor area on a lot (the restricted lot) if the consent authority is satisfied that an equivalent quantity of floor area will be created on another lot only because the site included the restricted lot.
(10) Covenants affect consolidated sites If:
(a)  a covenant of the kind referred to in subclause (9) applies to any land (affected land), and
(b)  proposed development relates to the affected land and other land that together comprise the site of the proposed development,
the maximum amount of floor area allowed on the other land by the floor space ratio fixed for the site by this Plan is reduced by the quantity of floor space area the covenant prevents being created on the affected land.
(11) Definition In this clause, public place has the same meaning as it has in the Local Government Act 1993.
4.6   Exceptions to development standards
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to provide an appropriate degree of flexibility in applying certain development standards to particular development,
(b)  to achieve better outcomes for and from development by allowing flexibility in particular circumstances.
(2)  Development consent may, subject to this clause, be granted for development even though the development would contravene a development standard imposed by this or any other environmental planning instrument. However, this clause does not apply to a development standard that is expressly excluded from the operation of this clause.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted for development that contravenes a development standard unless the consent authority has considered a written request from the applicant that seeks to justify the contravention of the development standard by demonstrating:
(a)  that compliance with the development standard is unreasonable or unnecessary in the circumstances of the case, and
(b)  that there are sufficient environmental planning grounds to justify contravening the development standard.
(4)  Development consent must not be granted for development that contravenes a development standard unless:
(a)  the consent authority is satisfied that:
(i)  the applicant’s written request has adequately addressed the matters required to be demonstrated by subclause (3), and
(ii)  the proposed development will be in the public interest because it is consistent with the objectives of the particular standard and the objectives for development within the zone in which the development is proposed to be carried out, and
(b)  the concurrence of the Secretary has been obtained.
(5)  In deciding whether to grant concurrence, the Secretary must consider:
(a)  whether contravention of the development standard raises any matter of significance for State or regional environmental planning, and
(b)  the public benefit of maintaining the development standard, and
(c)  any other matters required to be taken into consideration by the Secretary before granting concurrence.
(6)  Development consent must not be granted under this clause for a subdivision of land in Zone RU1 Primary Production, Zone RU2 Rural Landscape, Zone RU3 Forestry, Zone RU4 Primary Production Small Lots, Zone RU6 Transition, Zone R5 Large Lot Residential, Zone E2 Environmental Conservation, Zone E3 Environmental Management or Zone E4 Environmental Living if:
(a)  the subdivision will result in 2 or more lots of less than the minimum area specified for such lots by a development standard, or
(b)  the subdivision will result in at least one lot that is less than 90% of the minimum area specified for such a lot by a development standard.
Note—
When this Plan was made it did not include all of these zones.
(7)  After determining a development application made pursuant to this clause, the consent authority must keep a record of its assessment of the factors required to be addressed in the applicant’s written request referred to in subclause (3).
(8)  This clause does not allow development consent to be granted for development that would contravene any of the following:
(a)  a development standard for complying development,
(b)  a development standard that arises, under the regulations under the Act, in connection with a commitment set out in a BASIX certificate for a building to which State Environmental Planning Policy (Building Sustainability Index: BASIX) 2004 applies or for the land on which such a building is situated,
(c)  clause 5.4.
Part 5 Miscellaneous provisions
5.1   Relevant acquisition authority
(1)  The objective of this clause is to identify, for the purposes of section 27 of the Act, the authority of the State that will be the relevant authority to acquire land reserved for certain public purposes if the land is required to be acquired under Division 3 of Part 2 of the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991 (the owner-initiated acquisition provisions).
Note—
If the landholder will suffer hardship if there is any delay in the land being acquired by the relevant authority, section 23 of the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991 requires the authority to acquire the land.
(2)  The authority of the State that will be the relevant authority to acquire land, if the land is required to be acquired under the owner-initiated acquisition provisions, is the authority of the State specified below in relation to the land shown on the Land Reservation Acquisition Map (or, if an authority of the State is not specified in relation to land required to be so acquired, the authority designated or determined under those provisions).
Type of land shown on Map
Authority of the State
Zone RE1 Public Recreation and marked “Local open space”
Council
Zone RE1 Public Recreation and marked “Regional open space”
The corporation constituted under section 8 of the Act
Zone SP2 Infrastructure and marked “Classified road”
Roads and Maritime Services
Zone E1 National Parks and Nature Reserves and marked “National Park”
Minister administering the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974
Zone R2 Low Density Residential and marked “Classified road”
Roads and Maritime Services
Zone B2 Local Centre and marked “Local road widening”
Council
Zone B4 Mixed Use and marked “Classified road”
Roads and Maritime Services
(3)  Development on land acquired by an authority of the State under the owner-initiated acquisition provisions may, before it is used for the purpose for which it is reserved, be carried out, with development consent, for any purpose.
5.1A   Development on land intended to be acquired for public purposes
(1)  The objective of this clause is to limit development on certain land intended to be acquired for a public purpose.
(2)  This clause applies to land shown on the Land Reservation Acquisition Map and specified in Column 1 of the table to this clause and that has not been acquired by the relevant authority of the State specified for the land in clause 5.1.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted to any development on land to which this clause applies other than development for a purpose specified opposite that land in Column 2 of that table.
Column 1
Column 2
Land
Development
Zone R2 Low Density Residential and marked “Classified road”
Roads
Zone B2 Local Centre and marked “Local road widening”
Roads
Zone B4 Mixed Use Centre and marked “Classified road”
Roads
Zone RE1 Public Recreation and marked “Local open space”
Recreation areas
Zone RE1 Public Recreation and marked “Regional open space”
Recreation areas
5.2   Classification and reclassification of public land
(1)  The objective of this clause is to enable the Council to classify or reclassify public land as “operational land” or “community land” in accordance with Part 2 of Chapter 6 of the Local Government Act 1993.
Note—
Under the Local Government Act 1993, “public land” is generally land vested in or under the control of a council (other than roads, Crown reserves and commons). The classification or reclassification of public land may also be made by a resolution of the Council under section 31, 32 or 33 of the Local Government Act 1993. Section 30 of that Act enables this Plan to discharge trusts on which public reserves are held if the land is reclassified under this Plan as operational land.
(2)  The public land described in Part 1 or Part 2 of Schedule 4 is classified, or reclassified, as operational land for the purposes of the Local Government Act 1993.
(3)  The public land described in Part 3 of Schedule 4 is classified, or reclassified, as community land for the purposes of the Local Government Act 1993.
(4)  The public land described in Part 1 of Schedule 4:
(a)  does not cease to be a public reserve to the extent (if any) that it is a public reserve, and
(b)  continues to be affected by any trusts, estates, interests, dedications, conditions, restrictions or covenants that affected the land before its classification, or reclassification, as operational land.
(5)  The public land described in Part 2 of Schedule 4, to the extent (if any) that it is a public reserve, ceases to be a public reserve when the description of the land is inserted into that Part and is discharged from all trusts, estates, interests, dedications, conditions, restrictions and covenants affecting the land or any part of the land, except:
(a)  those (if any) specified for the land in Column 3 of Part 2 of Schedule 4, and
(b)  any reservations that except land out of the Crown grant relating to the land, and
(c)  reservations of minerals (within the meaning of the Crown Lands Act 1989).
Note—
In accordance with section 30 (2) of the Local Government Act 1993, the approval of the Governor to subclause (5) applying to the public land concerned is required before the description of the land is inserted in Part 2 of Schedule 4.
5.3   Development near zone boundaries
[Not adopted]
5.4   Controls relating to miscellaneous permissible uses
(1) Bed and breakfast accommodation If development for the purposes of bed and breakfast accommodation is permitted under this Plan, the accommodation that is provided to guests must consist of no more than 4 bedrooms.
Note—
Any such development that provides for a certain number of guests or rooms may involve a change in the class of building under the Building Code of Australia.
(2) Home businesses If development for the purposes of a home business is permitted under this Plan, the carrying on of the business must not involve the use of more than 75 square metres of floor area.
(3) Home industries If development for the purposes of a home industry is permitted under this Plan, the carrying on of the home industry must not involve the use of more than 75 square metres of floor area.
(4) Industrial retail outlets If development for the purposes of an industrial retail outlet is permitted under this Plan, the retail floor area must not exceed:
(a)  67% of the gross floor area of the industry or rural industry located on the same land as the retail outlet, or
(b)  400 square metres,
whichever is the lesser.
(5) Farm stay accommodation If development for the purposes of farm stay accommodation is permitted under this Plan, the accommodation that is provided to guests must consist of no more than 3 bedrooms.
(6) Kiosks If development for the purposes of a kiosk is permitted under this Plan, the gross floor area must not exceed 25 square metres.
(7) Neighbourhood shops If development for the purposes of a neighbourhood shop is permitted under this Plan, the retail floor area must not exceed 80 square metres.
(8) Roadside stalls If development for the purposes of a roadside stall is permitted under this Plan, the gross floor area must not exceed 8 square metres.
(9) Secondary dwellings If development for the purposes of a secondary dwelling is permitted under this Plan, the total floor area of the dwelling (excluding any area used for parking) must not exceed whichever of the following is the greater:
(a)  60 square metres,
(b)  5% of the total floor area of the principal dwelling.
5.5   Development within the coastal zone
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to provide for the protection of the coastal environment of the State for the benefit of both present and future generations through promoting the principles of ecologically sustainable development,
(b)  to implement the principles in the NSW Coastal Policy, and in particular to:
(i)  protect, enhance, maintain and restore the coastal environment, its associated ecosystems, ecological processes and biological diversity and its water quality, and
(ii)  protect and preserve the natural, cultural, recreational and economic attributes of the NSW coast, and
(iii)  provide opportunities for pedestrian public access to and along the coastal foreshore, and
(iv)  recognise and accommodate coastal processes and climate change, and
(v)  protect amenity and scenic quality, and
(vi)  protect and preserve rock platforms, beach environments and beach amenity, and
(vii)  protect and preserve native coastal vegetation, and
(viii)  protect and preserve the marine environment, and
(ix)  ensure that the type, bulk, scale and size of development is appropriate for the location and protects and improves the natural scenic quality of the surrounding area, and
(x)  ensure that decisions in relation to new development consider the broader and cumulative impacts on the catchment, and
(xi)  protect Aboriginal cultural places, values and customs, and
(xii)  protect and preserve items of heritage, archaeological or historical significance.
(2)  Development consent must not be granted to development on land that is wholly or partly within the coastal zone unless the consent authority has considered:
(a)  existing public access to and along the coastal foreshore for pedestrians (including persons with a disability) with a view to:
(i)  maintaining existing public access and, where possible, improving that access, and
(ii)  identifying opportunities for new public access, and
(b)  the suitability of the proposed development, its relationship with the surrounding area and its impact on the natural scenic quality, taking into account:
(i)  the type of the proposed development and any associated land uses or activities (including compatibility of any land-based and water-based coastal activities), and
(ii)  the location, and
(iii)  the bulk, scale, size and overall built form design of any building or work involved, and
(c)  the impact of the proposed development on the amenity of the coastal foreshore including:
(i)  any significant overshadowing of the coastal foreshore, and
(ii)  any loss of views from a public place to the coastal foreshore, and
(d)  how the visual amenity and scenic qualities of the coast, including coastal headlands, can be protected, and
(e)  how biodiversity and ecosystems, including:
(i)  native coastal vegetation and existing wildlife corridors, and
(ii)  rock platforms, and
(iii)  water quality of coastal waterbodies, and
(iv)  native fauna and native flora, and their habitats,
can be conserved, and
(f)  the cumulative impacts of the proposed development and other development on the coastal catchment.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted to development on land that is wholly or partly within the coastal zone unless the consent authority is satisfied that:
(a)  the proposed development will not impede or diminish, where practicable, the physical, land-based right of access of the public to or along the coastal foreshore, and
(b)  if effluent from the development is disposed of by a non-reticulated system, it will not have a negative effect on the water quality of the sea, or any beach, estuary, coastal lake, coastal creek or other similar body of water, or a rock platform, and
(c)  the proposed development will not discharge untreated stormwater into the sea, or any beach, estuary, coastal lake, coastal creek or other similar body of water, or a rock platform, and
(d)  the proposed development will not:
(i)  be significantly affected by coastal hazards, or
(ii)  have a significant impact on coastal hazards, or
(iii)  increase the risk of coastal hazards in relation to any other land.
5.6   Architectural roof features
[Not adopted]
5.7   Development below mean high water mark
(1)  The objective of this clause is to ensure appropriate environmental assessment for development carried out on land covered by tidal waters.
(2)  Development consent is required to carry out development on any land below the mean high water mark of any body of water subject to tidal influence (including the bed of any such water).
5.8   Conversion of fire alarms
(1)  This clause applies to a fire alarm system that can be monitored by Fire and Rescue NSW or by a private service provider.
(2)  The following development may be carried out, but only with development consent:
(a)  converting a fire alarm system from connection with the alarm monitoring system of Fire and Rescue NSW to connection with the alarm monitoring system of a private service provider,
(b)  converting a fire alarm system from connection with the alarm monitoring system of a private service provider to connection with the alarm monitoring system of another private service provider,
(c)  converting a fire alarm system from connection with the alarm monitoring system of a private service provider to connection with a different alarm monitoring system of the same private service provider.
(3)  Development to which subclause (2) applies is complying development if it consists only of:
(a)  internal alterations to a building, or
(b)  internal alterations to a building together with the mounting of an antenna, and any support structure, on an external wall or roof of a building so as to occupy a space of not more than 450mm × 100mm × 100mm.
(4)  A complying development certificate for any such complying development is subject to a condition that any building work may only be carried out between 7.00 am and 6.00 pm on Monday to Friday and between 7.00 am and 5.00 pm on Saturday, and must not be carried out on a Sunday or a public holiday.
(5)  In this clause:
private service provider means a person or body that has entered into an agreement that is in force with Fire and Rescue NSW to monitor fire alarm systems.
5.9   Preservation of trees or vegetation
(1)  The objective of this clause is to preserve the amenity of the area, including biodiversity values, through the preservation of trees and other vegetation.
(2)  This clause applies to species or kinds of trees or other vegetation that are prescribed for the purposes of this clause by a development control plan made by the Council.
Note—
A development control plan may prescribe the trees or other vegetation to which this clause applies by reference to species, size, location or other manner.
(3)  A person must not ringbark, cut down, top, lop, remove, injure or wilfully destroy any tree or other vegetation to which any such development control plan applies without the authority conferred by:
(a)  development consent, or
(b)  a permit granted by the Council.
(4)  The refusal by the Council to grant a permit to a person who has duly applied for the grant of the permit is taken for the purposes of the Act to be a refusal by the Council to grant consent for the carrying out of the activity for which a permit was sought.
(5)  This clause does not apply to a tree or other vegetation that the Council is satisfied is dying or dead and is not required as the habitat of native fauna.
(6)  This clause does not apply to a tree or other vegetation that the Council is satisfied is a risk to human life or property.
(7)  A permit under this clause cannot allow any ringbarking, cutting down, topping, lopping, removal, injuring or destruction of a tree or other vegetation:
(a)  that is or forms part of a heritage item or that is within a heritage conservation area, or
(b)  that is or forms part of an Aboriginal object or that is within an Aboriginal place of heritage significance,
unless the Council is satisfied that the proposed activity:
(c)  is of a minor nature or is for the maintenance of the heritage item, Aboriginal object, Aboriginal place of heritage significance or heritage conservation area, and
(d)  would not adversely affect the heritage significance of the heritage item, Aboriginal object, Aboriginal place of heritage significance or heritage conservation area.
Note—
As a consequence of this subclause, the activities concerned will require development consent. The heritage provisions of clause 5.10 will be applicable to any such consent.
(8)  This clause does not apply to or in respect of:
(a)  the clearing of native vegetation:
(i)  that is authorised by a development consent or property vegetation plan under the Native Vegetation Act 2003, or
(ii)  that is otherwise permitted under Division 2 or 3 of Part 3 of that Act, or
(b)  the clearing of vegetation on State protected land (within the meaning of clause 4 of Schedule 3 to the Native Vegetation Act 2003) that is authorised by a development consent under the provisions of the Native Vegetation Conservation Act 1997 as continued in force by that clause, or
(c)  trees or other vegetation within a State forest, or land reserved from sale as a timber or forest reserve under the Forestry Act 1916, or
(d)  action required or authorised to be done by or under the Electricity Supply Act 1995, the Roads Act 1993 or the Surveying and Spatial Information Act 2002, or
(e)  plants declared to be noxious weeds under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
Note—
Permissibility may be a matter that is determined by or under any of these Acts.
(9)  [Not applicable. See Part 3 of Schedule 1 to the Native Vegetation Act 2003.]
5.9AA   Trees or vegetation not prescribed by development control plan
(1)  This clause applies to any tree or other vegetation that is not of a species or kind prescribed for the purposes of clause 5.9 by a development control plan made by the Council.
(2)  The ringbarking, cutting down, topping, lopping, removal, injuring or destruction of any tree or other vegetation to which this clause applies is permitted without development consent.
5.10   Heritage conservation
Note—
Heritage items (if any) are listed and described in Schedule 5. Heritage conservation areas (if any) are shown on the Heritage Map as well as being described in Schedule 5.
(1) Objectives The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to conserve the environmental heritage of Woollahra,
(b)  to conserve the heritage significance of heritage items and heritage conservation areas, including associated fabric, settings and views,
(c)  to conserve archaeological sites,
(d)  to conserve Aboriginal objects and Aboriginal places of heritage significance.
(2) Requirement for consent Development consent is required for any of the following:
(a)  demolishing or moving any of the following or altering the exterior of any of the following (including, in the case of a building, making changes to its detail, fabric, finish or appearance):
(i)  a heritage item,
(ii)  an Aboriginal object,
(iii)  a building, work, relic or tree within a heritage conservation area,
(b)  altering a heritage item that is a building by making structural changes to its interior or by making changes to anything inside the item that is specified in Schedule 5 in relation to the item,
(c)  disturbing or excavating an archaeological site while knowing, or having reasonable cause to suspect, that the disturbance or excavation will or is likely to result in a relic being discovered, exposed, moved, damaged or destroyed,
(d)  disturbing or excavating an Aboriginal place of heritage significance,
(e)  erecting a building on land:
(i)  on which a heritage item is located or that is within a heritage conservation area, or
(ii)  on which an Aboriginal object is located or that is within an Aboriginal place of heritage significance,
(f)  subdividing land:
(i)  on which a heritage item is located or that is within a heritage conservation area, or
(ii)  on which an Aboriginal object is located or that is within an Aboriginal place of heritage significance.
(3) When consent not required However, development consent under this clause is not required if:
(a)  the applicant has notified the consent authority of the proposed development and the consent authority has advised the applicant in writing before any work is carried out that it is satisfied that the proposed development:
(i)  is of a minor nature or is for the maintenance of the heritage item, Aboriginal object, Aboriginal place of heritage significance or archaeological site or a building, work, relic, tree or place within the heritage conservation area, and
(ii)  would not adversely affect the heritage significance of the heritage item, Aboriginal object, Aboriginal place, archaeological site or heritage conservation area, or
(b)  the development is in a cemetery or burial ground and the proposed development:
(i)  is the creation of a new grave or monument, or excavation or disturbance of land for the purpose of conserving or repairing monuments or grave markers, and
(ii)  would not cause disturbance to human remains, relics, Aboriginal objects in the form of grave goods, or to an Aboriginal place of heritage significance, or
(c)  the development is limited to the removal of a tree or other vegetation that the Council is satisfied is a risk to human life or property, or
(d)  the development is exempt development.
(4) Effect of proposed development on heritage significance The consent authority must, before granting consent under this clause in respect of a heritage item or heritage conservation area, consider the effect of the proposed development on the heritage significance of the item or area concerned. This subclause applies regardless of whether a heritage management document is prepared under subclause (5) or a heritage conservation management plan is submitted under subclause (6).
(5) Heritage assessment The consent authority may, before granting consent to any development:
(a)  on land on which a heritage item is located, or
(b)  on land that is within a heritage conservation area, or
(c)  on land that is within the vicinity of land referred to in paragraph (a) or (b),
require a heritage management document to be prepared that assesses the extent to which the carrying out of the proposed development would affect the heritage significance of the heritage item or heritage conservation area concerned.
(6) Heritage conservation management plans The consent authority may require, after considering the heritage significance of a heritage item and the extent of change proposed to it, the submission of a heritage conservation management plan before granting consent under this clause.
(7) Archaeological sites The consent authority must, before granting consent under this clause to the carrying out of development on an archaeological site (other than land listed on the State Heritage Register or to which an interim heritage order under the Heritage Act 1977 applies):
(a)  notify the Heritage Council of its intention to grant consent, and
(b)  take into consideration any response received from the Heritage Council within 28 days after the notice is sent.
(8) Aboriginal places of heritage significance The consent authority must, before granting consent under this clause to the carrying out of development in an Aboriginal place of heritage significance:
(a)  consider the effect of the proposed development on the heritage significance of the place and any Aboriginal object known or reasonably likely to be located at the place by means of an adequate investigation and assessment (which may involve consideration of a heritage impact statement), and
(b)  notify the local Aboriginal communities, in writing or in such other manner as may be appropriate, about the application and take into consideration any response received within 28 days after the notice is sent.
(9) Demolition of nominated State heritage items The consent authority must, before granting consent under this clause for the demolition of a nominated State heritage item:
(a)  notify the Heritage Council about the application, and
(b)  take into consideration any response received from the Heritage Council within 28 days after the notice is sent.
(10) Conservation incentives The consent authority may grant consent to development for any purpose of a building that is a heritage item or of the land on which such a building is erected, or for any purpose on an Aboriginal place of heritage significance, even though development for that purpose would otherwise not be allowed by this Plan, if the consent authority is satisfied that:
(a)  the conservation of the heritage item or Aboriginal place of heritage significance is facilitated by the granting of consent, and
(b)  the proposed development is in accordance with a heritage management document that has been approved by the consent authority, and
(c)  the consent to the proposed development would require that all necessary conservation work identified in the heritage management document is carried out, and
(d)  the proposed development would not adversely affect the heritage significance of the heritage item, including its setting, or the heritage significance of the Aboriginal place of heritage significance, and
(e)  the proposed development would not have any significant adverse effect on the amenity of the surrounding area.
5.11   Bush fire hazard reduction
Bush fire hazard reduction work authorised by the Rural Fires Act 1997 may be carried out on any land without development consent.
Note—
The Rural Fires Act 1997 also makes provision relating to the carrying out of development on bush fire prone land.
5.12   Infrastructure development and use of existing buildings of the Crown
(1)  This Plan does not restrict or prohibit, or enable the restriction or prohibition of, the carrying out of any development, by or on behalf of a public authority, that is permitted to be carried out with or without development consent, or that is exempt development, under State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007.
(2)  This Plan does not restrict or prohibit, or enable the restriction or prohibition of, the use of existing buildings of the Crown by the Crown.
5.13   Eco-tourist facilities
[Not applicable]
5.14   Siding Spring Observatory—maintaining dark sky
[Not adopted]
5.15   Defence communications facility
[Not adopted]
Part 6 Additional local provisions
6.1   Acid sulfate soils
(1)  The objective of this clause is to ensure that development does not disturb, expose or drain acid sulfate soils and cause environmental damage.
(2)  Development consent is required for the carrying out of works described in the table to this subclause on land shown on the Acid Sulfate Soils Map as being of the class specified for those works.
Class of land
Works
1
Any works.
2
Works below the natural ground surface.
Works by which the watertable is likely to be lowered.
3
Works more than 1 metre below the natural ground surface.
Works by which the watertable is likely to be lowered more than 1 metre below the natural ground surface.
4
Works more than 2 metres below the natural ground surface.
Works by which the watertable is likely to be lowered more than 2 metres below the natural ground surface.
5
Works within 500 metres of adjacent Class 1, 2, 3 or 4 land that is below 5 metres Australian Height Datum and by which the watertable is likely to be lowered below 1 metre Australian Height Datum on adjacent Class 1, 2, 3 or 4 land.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted under this clause for the carrying out of works unless an acid sulfate soils management plan has been prepared for the proposed works in accordance with the Acid Sulfate Soils Manual and has been provided to the consent authority.
(4)  Despite subclause (2), development consent is not required under this clause for the carrying out of works if:
(a)  a preliminary assessment of the proposed works prepared in accordance with the Acid Sulfate Soils Manual indicates that an acid sulfate soils management plan is not required for the works, and
(b)  the preliminary assessment has been provided to the consent authority and the consent authority has confirmed the assessment by notice in writing to the person proposing to carry out the works.
(5)  Despite subclause (2), development consent is not required under this clause for the carrying out of any of the following works by a public authority (including ancillary work such as excavation, construction of access ways or the supply of power):
(a)  emergency work, being the repair or replacement of the works of the public authority, required to be carried out urgently because the works have been damaged, have ceased to function or pose a risk to the environment or to public health and safety,
(b)  routine maintenance work, being the periodic inspection, cleaning, repair or replacement of the works of the public authority (other than work that involves the disturbance of more than 1 tonne of soil),
(c)  minor work, being work that costs less than $20,000 (other than drainage work).
(6)  Despite subclause (2), development consent is not required under this clause to carry out any works if:
(a)  the works involve the disturbance of less than 1 tonne of soil, and
(b)  the works are not likely to lower the watertable.
6.2   Earthworks
(1)  The objective of this clause is to ensure that earthworks for which development consent is required will not have a detrimental impact on environmental functions and processes, neighbouring uses, cultural or heritage items or features of the surrounding land.
(2)  Development consent is required for earthworks unless:
(a)  the earthworks are exempt development under this Plan or another applicable environmental planning instrument, or
(b)  the earthworks are ancillary to development that is permitted without consent under this Plan or to development for which development consent has been given.
(3)  In deciding whether to grant development consent for earthworks (or for development involving ancillary earthworks), the consent authority must consider the following matters:
(a)  the likely disruption of, or any detrimental effect on, drainage patterns and soil stability in the locality of the development,
(b)  the effect of the development on the likely future use or redevelopment of the land,
(c)  the quality of the fill or the soil to be excavated, or both,
(d)  the effect of the development on the existing and likely amenity of adjoining properties,
(e)  the source of any fill material and the destination of any excavated material,
(f)  the likelihood of disturbing relics,
(g)  the proximity to, and potential for adverse impacts on, any waterway, drinking water catchment or environmentally sensitive area,
(h)  any appropriate measures proposed to avoid, minimise or mitigate the impacts of the development.
Note—
The National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974, particularly section 86, deals with harming Aboriginal objects.
6.3   Flood planning
(1)  The objectives of this clause are as follows:
(a)  to minimise the flood risk to life and property associated with the use of land,
(b)  to allow development on land that is compatible with the land’s flood hazard, taking into account projected changes as a result of climate change,
(c)  to avoid significant adverse impacts on flood behaviour and the environment.
(2)  This clause applies to:
(a)  land identified as “Flood planning area” on the Flood Planning Map, and
(b)  other land at or below the flood planning level.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted to development on land to which this clause applies unless the consent authority is satisfied that the development:
(a)  is compatible with the flood hazard of the land, and
(b)  will not significantly adversely affect flood behaviour resulting in detrimental increases in the potential flood affectation of other development or properties, and
(c)  incorporates appropriate measures to manage risk to life from flood, and
(d)  will not significantly adversely affect the environment or cause avoidable erosion, siltation, destruction of riparian vegetation or a reduction in the stability of river banks or watercourses, and
(e)  is not likely to result in unsustainable social and economic costs to the community as a consequence of flooding.
(4)  A word or expression used in this clause has the same meaning as it has in the Floodplain Development Manual (ISBN 0 7347 5476 0) published by the NSW Government in April 2005, unless it is otherwise defined in this clause.
(5)  In this clause:
flood planning level means the level of a 1:100 ARI (average recurrent interval) flood event, plus 0.5 metre freeboard.
6.4   Limited development on foreshore area
(1)  The objective of this clause is to ensure that development in the foreshore area will not impact on natural foreshore processes or affect the significance and amenity of the area.
(2)  Development consent must not be granted for development on land in foreshore area 12 unless the development is for the purposes of:
(a)  the extension, alteration or rebuilding of an existing building that is wholly or partly in foreshore area 12, or
(b)  a boat shed, sea retaining wall, wharf, slipway, jetty, waterway access stairs, swimming pool or fence.
(3)  Development consent must not be granted for the purposes of a residential flat building or multi dwelling housing on land in foreshore area 30 unless the development is for the purposes of the extension, addition, alteration or rebuilding of an existing building that is wholly or partly in foreshore area 30.
(4)  Development consent must not be granted under subclause (2) or (3) unless the consent authority is satisfied that:
(a)  the development will contribute to achieving the objectives for the zone in which the land is located, and
(b)  the appearance of any proposed structure, from both the waterway and adjacent foreshore areas, will be compatible with the surrounding area, and
(c)  the development will not cause environmental harm such as:
(i)  pollution or siltation of the waterway, or
(ii)  an adverse effect on surrounding uses, marine habitat, wetland areas, flora or fauna habitats, or
(iii)  an adverse effect on drainage patterns, and
(d)  the development will not cause congestion of, or generate conflicts between, people using open space areas or the waterway, and
(e)  opportunities to provide continuous public access along the foreshore and to the waterway will not be compromised, and
(f)  any historic, scientific, cultural, social, archaeological, architectural, natural or aesthetic significance of the land on which the development is to be carried out and of surrounding land will be maintained,
(g)  in the case of development for the alteration or rebuilding of an existing building wholly or partly in the foreshore area—the alteration or rebuilding will not have an adverse impact on the amenity or aesthetic appearance of the foreshore.
(5)  In deciding whether to grant development consent for development under this clause, the consent authority must consider whether and to what extent the development would encourage the following:
(a)  continuous public access to and along the foreshore through or adjacent to the proposed development,
(b)  public access to link with existing or proposed open space,
(c)  public access to be secured by appropriate covenants, agreements or other instruments registered on the title to land,
(d)  public access to be located above the mean high water mark,
(e)  the reinforcing of the foreshore character and respect for existing environmental conditions.
(6)  In this clause:
foreshore area 12 means the land that is between a line that is landward of, and surveyed by a registered surveyor as being 12 metres from, the mean high water mark of the nearest natural waterbody shown on the Foreshore Building Line Map and that mean high water mark.
foreshore area 30 means the land that is between a line that is landward of, and surveyed by a registered surveyor as being 30 metres from, the mean high water mark of the nearest natural waterbody shown on the Foreshore Building Line Map and that mean high water mark.
6.5   Particular dual occupancy subdivisions must not be approved
(1)  Development consent must not be granted for a subdivision that would create separate titles for each of the 2 dwellings resulting from a dual occupancy development.
(2)  This clause does not apply in relation to a subdivision under:
6.6   Use of existing non-residential buildings in residential zones
(1)  The objective of this clause is to enable buildings and land in a residential zone to be developed for non-residential purposes only in certain circumstances.
(2)  This clause applies to development on land in a residential zone.
(3)  Despite any other provision of this Plan, development consent must not be granted to development to which this clause applies for the purposes of business premises, a community facility, an information and education facility, office premises, a public administration building or a shop unless:
(a)  the whole or part of the development has a history of a lawfully commenced non-residential use, whether or not that use has been discontinued, abandoned or interrupted, and
(b)  the whole or part of the development was originally lawfully carried out with a non-residential design or was lawfully altered or adopted to a non-residential design, and
(c)  the consent authority is satisfied that the development:
(i)  will not adversely affect the enjoyment by an occupier of the land adjoining or in the neighbourhood of the land on which the development is situated, and
(ii)  if located in a heritage conservation area—will not adversely affect the heritage significance of the building in which, or the land on which, the development is situated, or the heritage conservation area.
cl 6.6: Subst 2015 (296), Sch 1 [1].
6.7   Location of sex services premises
(1)  The objective of this clause is to minimise land use conflicts and adverse amenity impacts by providing a reasonable level of separation between sex services premises, specified land uses and places regularly frequented by children.
(2)  In deciding whether to grant development consent to development for the purposes of sex services premises, the consent authority must consider the following:
(a)  whether the premises will be located on land that adjoins, is directly opposite or is separated only by a local road from land:
(i)  in Zone R2 Low Density Residential, Zone R3 Medium Density Residential or Zone RE1 Public Recreation, or
(ii)  used for the purposes of a child care centre, a community facility, a school or a place of public worship,
(b)  the impact of the proposed development and its hours of operation on any place likely to be regularly frequented by children:
(i)  that adjoins the development, or
(ii)  that can be viewed from the development, or
(iii)  from which a person can view the development.
Schedule 1 Additional permitted uses
(Clause 2.5)
1   Use of certain land at 104 Manning Road, Double Bay
(1)  This clause applies to land at 104 Manning Road, Double Bay, being Lot 1, DP 84273.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a vehicle body repair workshop and vehicle repair station are permitted with development consent.
2   Use of certain land at 3 South Avenue, Double Bay
(1)  This clause applies to land at 3 South Avenue, Double Bay, being Lot 1, DP 533101.
(2)  Development for the purpose of an office premises is permitted with development consent.
3   Use of certain land at 51 William Street, Double Bay
(1)  This clause applies to land at 51 William Street, Double Bay, being SP 64429.
(2)  Development for the purpose of an office premises or a shop is permitted with development consent.
4   Use of certain land at 30 Alma Street, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 30 Alma Street, Paddington, being Lot 2, DP 1114604.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a restaurant or cafe is permitted with development consent, but only if the consent authority is satisfied that the activities proposed are ancillary to and associated with recreation facilities (indoor) or recreation facilities (outdoor).
5   Use of certain land at 241A and 241B Glenmore Road, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 241A and 241B Glenmore Road, Paddington, being Lots 4 and 5, DP 111231.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a shop is permitted with development consent.
6   Use of certain land at 257 Glenmore Road, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 257 Glenmore Road, Paddington, being Lot 1, DP 229634.
(2)  Development for the following purposes is permitted with development consent if the development is located on the ground floor:
(a)  restaurant or cafe,
(b)  take away food and drink premises.
7   Use of certain land at 400 Glenmore Road, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 400 Glenmore Road, Paddington, being SP 39751 and SP 68357.
(2)  Development for the purpose of serviced apartments is permitted with development consent.
8   Use of certain land at 25 Hampden Street, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 25 Hampden Street, Paddington, being Lots 102–106, DP 1783.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a warehouse or distribution centre is permitted with development consent.
9   Use of certain land at 13–21 Macdonald Street, Paddington
(1)  This clause applies to land at 13–21 Macdonald Street, Paddington, being SP 62412.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a commercial premises is permitted with development consent, but only as part of a mixed use development.
10   Use of certain land at 9 Marine Parade, Watsons Bay
(1)  This clause applies to land at 9 Marine Parade, Watsons Bay, being Lot 1, DP 975647 and Lot 4, DP 975647.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a function centre is permitted with development consent.
11   Use of certain land at 3 Military Road, Watsons Bay
(1)  This clause applies to land at 3 Military Road, Watsons Bay, being Lot 1, DP 75686.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a restaurant or cafe is permitted with development consent.
12   Use of certain land at 11 Ocean Street, Woollahra
(1)  This clause applies to land at 11 Ocean Street, Woollahra, being Lot 2, DP 189813.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a place of public worship is permitted with development consent but only if the consent authority is satisfied that the activities proposed:
(a)  will only have a minimal environmental impact, and
(b)  are ancillary to and associated with Emanuel Synagogue at 7–9 Ocean Street, Woollahra.
13   Use of certain land at 63–65 Ocean Street, Woollahra
(1)  This clause applies to land at 63–65 Ocean Street, Woollahra, being Lot 1, DP 83028.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a function centre is permitted with development consent.
14   Use of certain land at 39 Vernon Street, Woollahra
(1)  This clause applies to land at 39 Vernon Street, Woollahra, being Lot 1, DP 90999 and Lot 1, DP 729315.
(2)  Development for the purpose of a service station is permitted with development consent.
sch 1: Am 2015 (179), cl 4.
Schedule 2 Exempt development
(Clause 3.1)
Note 1—
State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 specifies exempt development under that Policy. The Policy has State-wide application. This Schedule contains additional exempt development not specified in that Policy.
Note 2—
Exempt development may be carried out without the need for development consent under the Act. Such development is not exempt from any approval, licence, permit or authority that is required under any other Act and adjoining owners’ property rights and the common law still apply.
Display of goods on footways
(1)  Must be associated with an approved commercial use on the adjoining land.
(2)  Must be on a public road within the meaning of the Roads Act 1993.
(3)  Must have a current approval under item 2 of Part E of the Table to section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993.
Signage—building identification signs and wall signs (including painted wall signs) in heritage conservation areas or on heritage items (general requirements)
(1)  Must be affixed to buildings that have been lawfully constructed and must relate to the uses that have been lawfully established.
(2)  Must not extend over any architectural decorative feature on the building or structure.
(3)  Must not use primary colours as background colours.
(4)  Must not be fixed directly to sandstone or face brickwork (but, may be fixed to the mortar joints).
(5)  Must not demolish any part of the building or structure to accommodate the sign.
(6)  Must not be animated, flashing, illuminated or moving.
(7)  Must not cover mechanical ventilation or outlets.
(8)  Must be of a professional standard, structurally and in its finish, and be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications, if applicable.
(9)  Must be securely fixed to the building in accordance with:
(a)  AS/NZS 1170.0:2002, Structural design actions, Part 0:General principles, and
(b)  AS/NZS 1170.2:2011, Structural design actions, Part 2:Wind actions.
Signage—building identification signs in heritage conservation areas or on heritage items
(1)  Must meet the general requirements for such signs.
(2)  Must only be constructed or installed in a business zone or on commercial premises in a residential zone.
(3)  Maximum 1 sign displayed on each street frontage.
(4)  Maximum area—2.5m2.
(5)  Must be mounted flat against an exterior wall or parapet and not protrude more than 300mm from the face of the wall or parapet.
(6)  Must not be higher than:
(a)  the parapet or eaves of the building, or
(b)  15m above ground level (existing),
whichever is the lower.
(7)  Must only contain the building name and street number.
(8)  Must not cover any door or window.
Signage—wall signs (including painted wall signs) in heritage conservation areas or on heritage items
(1)  Must meet the general requirements for such signs.
(2)  Must only be constructed or installed in a business zone or on commercial premises in a residential zone.
(3)  Must not be constructed or installed on a heritage item or draft heritage item.
(4)  Maximum 1 sign per building.
(5)  Maximum area—2.5m2.
(6)  Must not protrude more than 150mm from the face of a wall.
(7)  Must only contain the following:
(a)  the name and general nature of the business,
(b)  the street number,
(c)  the name of the proprietor or business (or both),
(d)  one trademark or trade name (or both) of one commodity sold on the premises,
(e)  one commodity sold on the premises.
(8)  If a painted sign—must not be applied to any original face brickwork, sandstone, terracotta or glazed or tessellated tiling that is traditionally unpainted or unfinished by other mediums.
Temporary use of council land
Note—
If on community land, the use may need to be approved under Division 2 of Part 2 of Chapter 6 of the Local Government Act 1993.
If on a public road, the use may need to be approved under section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.
(1)  Must be of land owned by, or under the care or control of, the Council.
(2)  Must not be used for more than 52 days (whether or not consecutive) in any 12-month period.
sch 2: Am 2015 (296), Sch 1 [2].
Schedule 3 Complying development
(Clause 3.2)
Note—
State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 specifies complying development and the complying development conditions for that development under that Policy. The Policy has State-wide application. This Schedule contains additional complying development not specified in that Policy.
Part 1 Types of development
(When this Plan was made this Part was blank)
Part 2 Complying development certificate conditions
Note—
Complying development must comply with the requirements of the Act, the regulations under the Act and this Plan.
General conditions
Any development specified in Part 1 is subject to the same conditions set out in Schedule 6 to State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008.
Schedule 4 Classification and reclassification of public land
(Clause 5.2)
Part 1 Land classified, or reclassified, as operational land—no interests changed
Column 1
Column 2
Locality
Description
Nil
 
Part 2 Land classified, or reclassified, as operational land—interests changed
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Locality
Description
Any trusts etc not discharged
Nil
  
Part 3 Land classified, or reclassified, as community land
Column 1
Column 2
Locality
Description
Nil
 
Schedule 5 Environmental heritage
(Clause 5.10)
Part 1 Heritage items
Suburb
Item name
Address
Property description
Significance
Item no
Bellevue Hill
Bus stop shelter
Balfour Road, at intersection with Latimer Road
Road reserve
Local
1
Bellevue Hill
Bus stop shelter
Balfour Road, at intersection with Plumer Road
Road reserve
Local
2
Bellevue Hill
Bus stop shelter
Bellevue Road, near intersection with Kambala Road
Road reserve
Local
4
Bellevue Hill
Bus stop shelter
Bellevue Road, opposite intersection with Rivers Street
Road reserve
Local
5
Bellevue Hill
3 Kauri Pines
177 Bellevue Road
SP 27; SP 323; SP 2589
Local
3
Bellevue Hill
St. Stephen’s Anglican Church—church and interiors
1 Bellevue Park Road
Lot 1, DP 199382
Local
6
Bellevue Hill
“Ben Ledi”—house, interiors and grounds
1A Bellevue Park Road
Lot A, DP 157837
Local
7
Bellevue Hill
Bus stop shelter
Birriga Road, opposite intersection with Benelong Crescent
Road reserve
Local
8
Bellevue Hill
2 Norfolk Island Pines
Birriga Road, within Bellevue Hill Public School
Lot 1, DP 797470; Lot 1, DP 797471; Lot 1, DP 797472; Lot 1, DP 797473; Lot 1, DP 797476
Local
9
Bellevue Hill
“Dalkeith”—residential flat building and interiors, garages, stone paving, brick and stone retaining walls and stairs—Birriga Road heritage item group (see also 40A and 40B Birriga Road)
40 Birriga Road
SP 873
Local
10
Bellevue Hill
“Exeter”—residential flat building and interiors, garages, stone paving, brick and stone retaining walls and stairs—Birriga Road heritage item group (see also 40 and 40B Birriga Road)
40A Birriga Road
SP 14617
Local
11
Bellevue Hill
“Warrington”— residential flat building and interiors, garages, stone paving, brick and stone retaining walls and stairs— Birriga Road heritage item group (see also 40 and 40A Birriga Road)
40B Birriga Road
Lot 63, Section C, DP 7658
Local
12
Bellevue Hill
“Cumberland”—residential flat building and interiors, dwarf brick walls, paving and grounds— Birriga Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 81A Birriga Road)
81 Birriga Road
Lot 15, Section A, DP 7658
Local
13
Bellevue Hill
“Westmoreland”—residential flat building and interiors, dwarf brick walls, paving and grounds—Birriga Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 81 Birriga Road)
81A Birriga Road
Lot 14, Section B, DP 7658
Local
14
Bellevue Hill
“Beaulieu”—house and interiors, front garden and fence, gateposts, gates
73 Bulkara Road
Lot 1, DP 853434
Local
15
Bellevue Hill
“Bundarra”—house, interiors and grounds
7 Bundarra Road
Lot 28, Section H, DP 8103
Local
16
Bellevue Hill
“Rothesay”—house and interiors, front garden
3 Cranbrook Road
Lot 2, DP 633304
Local
19
Bellevue Hill
Norfolk Island Pine
11 Cranbrook Lane (also known as 21–23 Cranbrook Road)
Lot 1, DP 127457; Lot 1, DP 926402
Local
17
Bellevue Hill
“St. Clair”—house and interiors
13–15 Cranbrook Lane (also known as 25–27 Cranbrook Road)
Lot 1, DP 569290
Local
18
Bellevue Hill
Norfolk Island Pine
21–23 Cranbrook Road (also known as 11 Cranbrook Lane)
Lot 1, DP 127457; Lot 1, DP 926402
Local
17
Bellevue Hill
“St. Clair”—house and interiors
25–27 Cranbrook Road (also known as 13–15 Cranbrook Lane)
Lot 1, DP 569290
Local
18
Bellevue Hill
“Allala”—house and interiors, gateposts, gate
26 Cranbrook Road
Lot 1, DP 303469; Lot A, DP 305133
Local
20
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors
65 Cranbrook Road
Lot 1, DP 126139
Local
21
Bellevue Hill
Building and interiors (part of The Scots College, 29–53 Victoria Road)
71 Cranbrook Road
Lot 1, DP 929570
Local
22
Bellevue Hill
Tudor Lodge—house and interiors, garage, flagged driveway, paths and stone wall to Fairfax Road
6 Fairfax Road
Lot 7, DP 13051
Local
23
Bellevue Hill
House, interiors and grounds
10 Fairfax Road
Lot 4, DP 325739
Local
24
Bellevue Hill
“Lincluden”—residential flat building and interiors, sandstone retaining wall and balustrade
12 Fairfax Road
SP 10439
Local
25
Bellevue Hill
“Chislehurst”— residential flat building, interiors and grounds
22 Fairfax Road
Lot 1, DP 87937
Local
26
Bellevue Hill
“Rona”—house and interiors
49–51 Fairfax Road (also known as 2 and 6 Ginahgulla Road)
Lot 1, DP 527861; Lot 100, DP 1156148
Local
27
Bellevue Hill
4 Canary Island Date Palms, Date Palm, Queen Palm
Foster Avenue, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
28
Bellevue Hill
Former stables to “Rona” and interiors, Norfolk Island Pine, Kauri Pine, Ficus Sp.
2 Ginahgulla Road
Lot 100, DP 1156148
Local
29
Bellevue Hill
“Rona”—house and interiors
2 and 6 Ginahgulla Road (also known as 49–51 Fairfax Road)
Lot 1, DP 527861; Lot 100, DP 1156148
Local
27
Bellevue Hill
Kauri Pine
4 Ginahgulla Road
Lot 8, DP 21660
Local
30
Bellevue Hill
Norfolk Island Pine
8A Ginahgulla Road
Lots 1 and 2, DP 527862
Local
31
Bellevue Hill
“Trahlee”—house and interiors, garden, pine trees (including a Bunya Pine, Norfolk Island Pine)
9 Ginahgulla Road
SP 208
Local
32
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors, forecourt, front fencing
12 Ginahgulla Road
Lot 4, DP 17469
Local
33
Bellevue Hill
“Caerleon”—house and interiors, grounds, gardens, gateposts, gates, Norfolk Island Pine, Kauri Pine, Bunya Pine, 2 Camphor Laurels
13–15 Ginahgulla Road (also known as 81 Kambala Road)
Lots 6 and 7, DP 220416; Lot 1, DP 603713
Local
35
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors, forecourt, front fencing
14 Ginahgulla Road
Lot 5, DP 17469
Local
34
Bellevue Hill
Kauri Pine
16 Ginahgulla Road
Lot 6, DP 17469
Local
36
Bellevue Hill
“Fairfax House” (part of The Scots College, 29–53 Victoria Road)—building and interiors, remnant north-west gardens, stone works, fountain, 2 Norfolk Island Pines, Kauri Pine, Cook Pine, Hoop Pine, 8 Moreton Bay Figs, 7 Port Jackson Figs
17 Ginahgulla Road
Lot B, DP 109676
Local
37
Bellevue Hill
4 Canary Island Date Palms, 4 Wine Palms, Cliff Date Palm
Holland Road, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
38
Bellevue Hill
3 Canary Island Date Palms
Kambala Road, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
40
Bellevue Hill
“The Provost” (or Ancher) House—house and interiors
65 Kambala Road (also known as 1 Rupertswood Avenue)
Lot 6, DP 666586
Local
39
Bellevue Hill
“Caerleon”—house and interiors, grounds, gardens, gateposts, gates, Norfolk Island Pine, Kauri Pine, Bunya Pine, 2 Camphor Laurels
81 Kambala Road (also known as 13–15 Ginahgulla Road)
Lots 6 and 7, DP 220416; Lot 1, DP 603713
Local
35
Bellevue Hill
“Phillip Court”— residential flat building, interiors and grounds— Latimer Road heritage item group (see also 101 O’Sullivan Road)
1 Latimer Road
SP 11211
Local
41
Bellevue Hill
“Villa D’Este”—house and interiors, stone retaining wall
549 New South Head Road (also known as 1A Victoria Road)
Lot B, DP 333226; Lot B, DP 320310
Local
42
Bellevue Hill
“Wirian”—house and interiors, stone fences, retaining walls and gateposts
551 New South Head Road (also known as 3 Victoria Road)
Lot A, DP 186768
Local
43
Bellevue Hill
Cranbrook School—the buildings, including their interiors, known as “Cranbrook”; “Harvey House”; “Perkins Building” (junior school); Sick Bay; Headmaster’s House; Rotunda (sports pavilion); the 2-storey sandstone building (formerly gatehouse); sandstone retaining wall with balustrade and stairway on north-west terrace of Cranbrook; gates, gateposts, bollards and stone retaining wall to Victoria Road; sandstone fence and retaining wall to New South Head Road; 4 sets of sandstone gateposts with iron gates to New South Head Road; 2 Hoop Pines, 3 Norfolk Island Pines, Kauri Pine, Black Booyong, Port Jackson Fig, Chilean Wine Palm
555 New South Head Road (also known as Victoria Road)
Lots 9–18, SP 9005; Lot 1, DP 663630; Lot B, DP 186788; Lot C, DP 186768; Lot 1, DP 43137
Local
44
Bellevue Hill
3 Washington Palms, Cliff Date Palm, 4 Canary Island Date Palms
Northland Road, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
45
Bellevue Hill
“Avalon”—residential flat building, interiors and grounds
97 O’Sullivan Road
SP 458
Local
46
Bellevue Hill
“Beresford Court”—residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Latimer Road heritage item group (see also 1 Latimer Road, Bellevue Hill)
101 O’Sullivan Road
SP 684
Local
47
Bellevue Hill
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—O’Sullivan Road heritage item group (see also 277 O’Sullivan Road, Bellevue Hill)
275 O’Sullivan Road
SP 992
Local
48
Bellevue Hill
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—O’Sullivan Road heritage item group (see also 275 O’Sullivan Road, Bellevue Hill)
277 O’Sullivan Road
SP 10196
Local
49
Bellevue Hill
Residential flat building and interiors, shops, garage and grounds
285 O’Sullivan Road
Lot 1, DP 166572
Local
50
Bellevue Hill
7 Canary Island Date Palms, 2 Washington Palms
Rose Bay Avenue, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
53
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors, gardens, trees
1 Rose Bay Avenue
Lot 7, DP 9005
Local
51
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors, gardens, front stone wall
5 Rose Bay Avenue
Lot 5, DP 9005
Local
52
Bellevue Hill
“The Provost (or Ancher) House”—house and interiors
1 Rupertswood Avenue (also known as 65 Kambala Road)
Lot 6, DP 666586
Local
39
Bellevue Hill
“Danbury”—house and interiors, gateposts, gates
7 Rupertswood Avenue
Lot 5, DP 37517
Local
54
Bellevue Hill
Kauri Pine
4 Sheldon Place
Lot 16, DP 27437
Local
55
Bellevue Hill
Brick sewer vent chimney
Streatfield Road
Lot 1, DP 745255
Local
56
Bellevue Hill
Chinese Windmill Palm, Canary Island Date Palm
Streatfield Road, (within road reserve adjacent 40 and 41)
Road reserve
Local
57
Bellevue Hill
American Cotton Palm
Suttie Road, (within road reserve in front of 28)
Road reserve
Local
58
Bellevue Hill
“Silchester”— residential flat building and interiors, outbuildings, gardens, courtyards, stone works
4 Trahlee Road
Lot 2A, DP 331502
Local
59
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors
5–7 Trahlee Road
Lots 1 and 2, DP 622090
Local
60
Bellevue Hill
Concrete horse trough
Victoria Road, intersection with Bellevue Road
Road reserve
Local
70
Bellevue Hill
Cranbrook School—the buildings, including their interiors, known as “Cranbrook”; “Harvey House”; “Perkins Building” (junior school); Sick Bay; Headmaster’s House; Rotunda (sports pavilion); the 2 storey sandstone building (formerly gatehouse); sandstone retaining wall with balustrade and stairway on north-west terrace of Cranbrook; gates, gateposts, bollards and stone retaining wall to Victoria Road; sandstone fence and retaining wall to New South Head Road; 4 sets of sandstone gateposts with iron gates to New South Head Road; 2 Hoop Pines, 3 Norfolk Island Pines, Kauri Pine, Black Booyong, Port Jackson Fig, Chilean Wine Palm
Victoria Road (also known as 555 New South Head Road)
Lots 9–18, DP 9005; Lot 1, DP 663630; Lot B, DP 186788; Lot C, DP 186768; Lot 1, DP 43137
Local
44
Bellevue Hill
“Throlze”—house and interiors, stone retaining wall
1 Victoria Road
Lot A, DP 333226
Local
61
Bellevue Hill
“Villa D’Este”—house and interiors, stone retaining wall
1A Victoria Road (also known as 549 New South Head Road)
Lot B, DP 333226; Lot B, DP 320310
Local
42
Bellevue Hill
Wirian—house and interiors, stone fences, retaining walls and gateposts
3 Victoria Road (also known as 551 New South Head Road)
Lot A, DP 186768
Local
43
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors, retaining walls
4 Victoria Road
SP 63173
Local
62
Bellevue Hill
“Thaxted”—house and interiors, retaining walls
6 Victoria Road
Lot A and B, DP 446360
Local
63
Bellevue Hill
“Bonnington”—house and interiors, sandstone retaining wall and fences, Hill’s Weeping Fig
8 Victoria Road
Lot 1, DP 17469
Local
64
Bellevue Hill
“Leura”—house and interiors, grounds, gardens, inner gateposts and gates
24 Victoria Road
Lot 5, DP 23041; Lot X, DP 411996
State
65
Bellevue Hill
House and interiors
27 Victoria Road
Lot 15–16, DP 14952
Local
66
Bellevue Hill
The Scots College—the building known as “Aspinall House” and interiors, with palm trees, sandstone gateposts (3 sets), gate and fencing to Victoria Road, and the adjoining stone wall surmounted by iron railing; the school building with clock-tower and interiors
29–53 Victoria Road
Lots 10–13, DP 14952; Lot 1, DP 231713; Lot 1, DP 929570; Lot 1, DP 663629; Lot 1, DP 1064059
Local
67
Bellevue Hill
“Barford”—house and interiors, gardens; gates and gateposts off Victoria Road and off Rupertswood Avenue
58 Victoria Road
Lot 23, DP 1009536
Local
68
Bellevue Hill
“Godsall”—house and interiors
125 Victoria Road
Lot C, DP 372239
Local
69
Bellevue Hill
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Victoria Road heritage item group (see also 167 Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill)
165 Victoria Road
SP 21226
Local
71
Bellevue Hill
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Victoria Road heritage item group (see also 165 Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill)
167 Victoria Road
SP 722
Local
72
Bellevue Hill
“Glamis”—residential flat building and interiors, front boundary wall, entry link and grounds
206A Victoria Road
Lot 1, DP 1114059
Local
73
Bellevue Hill
3 Washington Palms
Vivian Street (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
74
Bellevue Hill
2 Canary Island Date Palms
Warren Road (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
75
Darling Point
“Cloncorrick”—house and interiors, street fencing
1 Annandale Street (also known as 32 Darling Point Road)
SP 60261
Local
76
Darling Point
“Balgowan”—house, interiors and grounds
8 Annandale Street
Lot 2, DP 597210
Local
77
Darling Point
9 Canary Island Date Palms, Cook Pine
Bennett Avenue (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
79
Darling Point
“Callooa”—house and interiors, gardens
5 Bennett Avenue
Lot 1, DP 939662
Local
78
Darling Point
Entrance gateposts to Carthona Avenue, corner of Darling Point Road
Carthona Avenue
Road reserve
Local
83
Darling Point
“Lindesay”—building and interiors, summer house, grounds, 6 London Plane trees, Hoop Pine
1A Carthona Avenue
Lot 2, DP 205005
State
80
Darling Point
“Neidpath”—house, interiors and grounds
2 Carthona Avenue
Lot 1, DP 171114
Local
81
Darling Point
“Carthona”—house and interiors, grounds, gates, gateposts, flanking wall, iron works, Moreton Bay Fig and Norfolk Island Pine
5 Carthona Avenue
Lot 1, DP 940879; Lot 1, DP 718816
Local
82
Darling Point
St. Marks Anglican Church—church and interiors, Parish Hall and interiors, Scout Hall and interiors, Gardens of Remembrance, sandstone retaining walls, steps and gateposts, gates, street fencing
Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 1033255
Local
95
Darling Point
Concrete balustrade
Darling Point Road, near intersection with New South Head Road
Road reserve
Local
114
Darling Point
“Wavenal”—building and interiors
12 Darling Point Road
Lot 23, DP 4294
Local
84
Darling Point
“Barbiston”—residential flat building and interiors, grounds and sandstone wall to street
14A Darling Point Road (also known as 33A Mona Road)
SP 11388
Local
85
Darling Point
“Kardinia”—house, interiors and grounds
28 Darling Point Road
Lot A, DP 380659
Local
86
Darling Point
“Cloncorrick”—house, interiors and street fencing
32 Darling Point Road (also known as 1 Annandale Street)
SP 60261
Local
76
Darling Point
“Duntrim”—building and interiors (formerly a house) and grounds, including a Norfolk Island Pine
37 Darling Point Road
Lot A, DP 108600
Local
87
Darling Point
Building and interiors
42 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 119705
Local
88
Darling Point
Building and interiors
44–46 Darling Point Road
SP 12295
Local
89
Darling Point
“Leamington”—building including interior
48 Darling Point Road,
Lot 3, DP 5147
Local
90
Darling Point
St. Marks Church Rectory—building and interiors, outbuildings, grounds, gardens, stone fence, gateposts, gate
53 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 1034149
Local
91
Darling Point
Gateposts to former house Denholm— Goomerah Crescent/Yarranabbe Road/Darling Point Road heritage item group (see also 9 Goomerah Crescent and 28 Yarranabbe Road)
54 Darling Point Road
SP 6516
Local
92
Darling Point
“Cleveland”—house, including interior, grounds, garden, street stone fencing, Hoop Pine, Bunya Pine, 5 Bangalow Palms, 2 Washington Palms
56 Darling Point Road
Lot 13–15, DP 1125
Local
93
Darling Point
House and interiors, grounds, gateposts and steps, front fencing
57 Darling Point Road
Lot B, DP 419413
Local
94
Darling Point
2 Washington Palms
58–64 Darling Point Road
SP 8376
Local
97
Darling Point
St. Marks Cottage— building and interiors, sandstone retaining walls
59 Darling Point Road
Lot 2, DP 551733
Local
96
Darling Point
“Lindisfarne”— semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
67 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 77073
Local
98
Darling Point
“Swifts”—building and interiors, outbuildings, grounds, gardens, sandstone fences and retaining walls, garden terraces, gateposts, gates, sculptures, 2 Moreton Bay Figs, Lemon-scented Gum, Bunya Pine, Norfolk Island Pine
68 Darling Point Road
Lot 2, DP 221605
State
99
Darling Point
“Lorne”—semi-detached house and interiors
69 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 731660
Local
100
Darling Point
“Trebenna”—Roskear house and interiors
71–73 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 781050; Lot 1, DP 75246
Local
101
Darling Point
“Craigend”—house and interiors, grounds, gardens, stoneworks, Norfolk Island Pine, Pak-Lan, 10 Queen Palms, 11 Kentia Palms, Curly Palm
86 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 329279; Lot 15, DP 1082839; Lot 1, DP 430836
Local
102
Darling Point
Babworth House—building including interiors, grounds, gardens, gateposts to Darling Point Road, Small-Leaved Fig
103 Darling Point Road (also known as Mount Adelaide Street)
Lot 15, DP 270253; Lot 1, DP 270253; SP 70612
State
103
Darling Point
Sandstone, brick and iron fencing to part of former grounds of Babworth House estate
105A Darling Point Road
SP 2501
Local
104
Darling Point
House and interiors, front fencing
133–135 Darling Point Road
Lot B, DP 442710; Lot A, DP 442710
Local
105
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
137 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 183190
Local
106
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
139 Darling Point Road
Lot 1, DP 172038
Local
107
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
141 Darling Point Road
Lot B, DP 316619
Local
108
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
143 Darling Point Road
Lot A, DP 316619
Local
109
Darling Point
Stone boundary wall to Carthona Avenue
153 Darling Point Road
Lot B, DP 308161
Local
110
Darling Point
Stone boundary wall to Carthona Avenue
155 Darling Point Road
Lot A DP 308161
Local
111
Darling Point
Fence, gates and foundation remains of former house “Canonbury”, located within McKell Park (see also listing under Part 3—archaeological sites)
159 Darling Point Road
Lot 7051, DP 93654; Lot 1553, DP 752011
Local
112
Darling Point
Remains of Bath House and site of jetty
159 Darling Point Road
Lot 7051, DP 93654; Lot 1553, DP 752011
Local
113
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
7 Eastbourne Road
Lot 1, DP 88878
Local
115
Darling Point
Etham Cottage—house and interiors, front fencing
11 Eastbourne Road
Lot 1, DP 586171
Local
116
Darling Point
Grounds of Babworth House estate
14A–D, 27 and 29 Eastbourne Road (also known as 5–7 Mitchell Road)
Lots 5–7, 10–14, 16 and 17, DP 270253
State
117
Darling Point
Kendall Lodge—house, interiors and grounds
15 Eastbourne Road
Lot 2, DP 14737
Local
118
Darling Point
Moreton Bay Fig
21 Eastbourne Road
Lot A, DP 345574
Local
119
Darling Point
“Chiltern”—house and interiors, Cook Pine and grounds
23 Eastbourne Road
Lot A, DP 324520
Local
120
Darling Point
House and interiors, gardens
25 Eastbourne Road
Lot B, DP 324520
Local
121
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
9 Etham Avenue
Lot 27, DP 3864
Local
122
Darling Point
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds
32 Etham Avenue
SP 2761; SP 14040
Local
123
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds—Etham Avenue heritage item group (see also 39, 41 Etham Avenue)
37 Etham Avenue
Lot A, DP 110549
Local
124
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds—Etham Avenue heritage item group (see also 37, 41 Etham Avenue)
39 Etham Avenue
Lot B, DP 110549
Local
125
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds—Etham Avenue heritage item group (see also 37, 39 Etham Avenue)
41 Etham Avenue
Lot 1, DP 165386
Local
126
Darling Point
“Queenscliff”—house and interiors, front fencing
2 Goomerah Crescent
Lot B, DP 320598
Local
127
Darling Point
“Goomerah”—house and interiors
4 Goomerah Crescent
Lot 1, DP 778584
Local
128
Darling Point
Sandstone retaining walls, balustrade and rockface to the former house Denholm— Goomerah Crescent/ Yarranabbe Road/ Darling Point Road heritage item group (see also 54 Darling Point Road and 28 Yarranabbe Road)
9 Goomerah Crescent
Lot 2, DP 1036705
Local
129
Darling Point
Greenoaks Cottage—house and interiors, Bunya Pine
2E Greenoaks Avenue
Lot 22, DP 1022582
Local
130
Darling Point
Alnwick House—house and interiors, gardens, stoneworks
5 Greenoaks Avenue (also known as 11 St Mark’s Road)
Lot 3, DP 6151
Local
131
Darling Point
“Glenires”—house, interiors and grounds
10 Greenoaks Avenue
Lot 1, DP 1019931
Local
132
Darling Point
“Bishopscourt”—house and interiors, grounds, fences, gates, 3 Moreton Bay Figs, 2 Norfolk Island Pines, Camphor Laurel, gardens
11A Greenoaks Avenue
Lot 1, DP 123557
State
133
Darling Point
“Pitcalnie”—house
12 Greenoaks Avenue
Lot 2, DP 1019931
Local
134
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
10 Hampden Avenue
Lot 1, DP 80621
Local
135
Darling Point
House and interiors, grounds, gardens
5 Lindsay Avenue
Lot 1, DP 946954
Local
136
Darling Point
2 American Cotton Palms
Loftus Road (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
139
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors
4 Loftus Road
Lots 1–5, SP 10249
Local
137
Darling Point
Jean Colvin Hospital (former St Canice’s)— buildings and interiors, retaining walls to Loftus Road and to Annandale Street
9–11 Loftus Road
Lot A, DP 406566
Local
138
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
1 Marathon Avenue
Lot 11, DP 1023797
Local
140
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
2 Marathon Avenue
Lot 12, DP 1023797
Local
141
Darling Point
“The Annery”— residential flat building and interiors, wall along eastern side boundary
3 Marathon Road
SP 12994
Local
145
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
3 Marathon Avenue
Lot 10, DP 1023102
Local
142
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
4 Marathon Avenue
Lot 11, DP 1023102
Local
143
Darling Point
“Orme”—house and interiors
5 Marathon Avenue
Lot 21, DP 1022582
Local
144
Darling Point
Retaining wall on north road boundary
Mitchell Road
Road reserve
Local
147
Darling Point
Sandstone and brick fencing, formerly part of Babworth House estate
4 Mitchell Road
SP 3478
Local
146
Darling Point
Grounds of Babworth House estate
5–7 Mitchell Road (also known as 14A–D, 27 and 29 Eastbourne Road)
Lots 5–7, 10–14, 16 and 17, DP 270253
State
117
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 4–12 Mona Road)
2 Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 33294
Local
148
Darling Point
Mona Terrace— building and interiors
2A Mona Road
SP 44976
Local
149
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, except rear addition, front picket fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 2, 6–12 Mona Road)
4 Mona Road
Lot 32, DP 803800
Local
150
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 2, 4, 8–12 Mona Road)
6 Mona Road
Lot 31, DP 803800
Local
151
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no. 2 (see also 2–6, 10,12 Mona Road)
8 Mona Road
Lot 4, DP 33294
Local
152
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing, steps and balustrade
9 Mona Road
Lot 3, DP 171284
Local
153
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 2–8, 12 Mona Road)
10 Mona Road
Lot 5, DP 33294
Local
154
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing, steps and balustrade
11 Mona Road
Lot 2, DP 233003
Local
155
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing—Mona Road heritage item group no 2 (see also 2–10 Mona Road)
12 Mona Road
Lot 6, DP 33294
Local
156
Darling Point
“Wyralla”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to Mona Lane
14 Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 171686
Local
157
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, grounds, and sandstone retaining wall to street—Mona Road heritage item group (see also 17 Mona Road)
15 Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 949804
Local
158
Darling Point
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing, steps and balustrade
15A Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 1013073
Local
159
Darling Point
“Mindarraba”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to Mona Lane
16 Mona Road
Lot 65, DP 4294
Local
160
Darling Point
Semi-detached house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to street—Mona Road heritage item group (see also 15 Mona Road)
17 Mona Road
Lot 27, DP 136335
Local
161
Darling Point
“Brereton”—former house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to Mona Lane
18 Mona Road
SP 13404
Local
162
Darling Point
“Winburn”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to Mona Lane
20 Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 171237
Local
163
Darling Point
“Greycliffe Flats”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to street
21 Mona Road
Lot 1, DP 1078312
Local
164
Darling Point
“Greycliffe Flats”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining wall to street
23 Mona Road
Lot 2, DP 1078312
Local
165
Darling Point
“The Grange”—residential flat building and interiors, grounds and brick retaining wall to street
25–27 Mona Road
SP 14274
Local
166
Darling Point
“Barbiston”—residential flat building and interiors, grounds and sandstone wall to street
33A Mona Road (also known as 14A Darling Point Road)
SP 11388
Local
85
Darling Point
Gwelo—former house, interiors and grounds
36A Mona Road
Lot 2, DP 342727
Local
167
Darling Point
Mona—building and interiors
38 Mona Road
Lots 1–5, SP 52886
Local
168
Darling Point
Babworth House— building including interiors, grounds, gardens, gateposts to Darling Point Road, Small-Leaved Fig
Mount Road (also known as 103 Darling Point Road)
Lot 15, DP 270253; SP 70612; Lot 1, DP 270253
State
103
Darling Point
Former gatehouse and grounds of Babworth House Estate
2 Mount Adelaide Street
Lot 4, DP 270253
State
169
Darling Point
Bus stop shelter
New Beach Road intersection with Yarranabbe Road
Road reserve
Local
178
Darling Point
Sir David Martin Reserve including former HMAS Rushcutter, comprising the Sayonara slipway, ramps, sea wall, parade ground, drill hall and extension, sail loft, cottage and garden, R.A.N.S.A. boatshed and slipway, flagpole, memorial, plantation reserve, all building interiors and grounds
1C New Beach Road
Lot 1628, DP 752011; Lot 1142, DP 752011; Lot 1141, DP 752011; Part Lot 7039, DP 752011
Local
170
Darling Point
HMAS Rushcutter slipway
1C New Beach Road
Lot 1141, DP 752011
Local
171
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
27–28 New Beach Road
SP 2023
Local
172
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
29–30 New Beach Road
SP 2286
Local
173
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
31–32 New Beach Road
SP 2285
Local
174
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
33–34 New Beach Road
SP 6967
Local
175
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
35–36 New Beach Road
SP 6968
Local
176
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors
37–38 New Beach Road
SP 6969
Local
177
Darling Point
“The Octagon”— building and interiors
Octagon Road
Lot 1, DP 723473
Local
179
Darling Point
“Thanet”—house and interiors, grounds and sandstone retaining walls
10 Oswald Lane
Lot 14, DP 3893
Local
180
Darling Point
“Yeomerry”—building and interiors
1 St Marks Road
Lot 10, DP 5444
Local
181
Darling Point
Alnwick House—house and interiors, gardens, stoneworks
11 St Marks Road (also known as 5 Greenoaks Avenue)
Lot 3, DP 6151
Local
131
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
2 Sutherland Crescent
Lot 1, DP 305986
Local
182
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
4 Sutherland Crescent
Lot B, DP 309161
Local
183
Darling Point
Port Jackson Fig, Bunya Pine, Kauri Pine
7 Sutherland Crescent
Lot B, DP 381758
Local
184
Darling Point
Remnant elements of Hopewood House and grounds comprising: sandstone, brick and wrought iron fence, sandstone gateposts, wrought iron gates, sandstone balustrade, retaining wall and steps, wrought iron lamp posts, brick, sandstone and timber rotundas, Moreton Bay Fig, 2 Washingtonia Palms, Senegal Date Palm, Canary Island Date Palms
13–15 Thornton Street
SP 6102; SP 2974; SP 4062; SP 63483; SP 2766
Local
185
Darling Point
Remnant elements of Hopewood House and grounds comprising: sandstone, brick and wrought iron fence, sandstone gatepost, sandstone, brick and timber rotunda, Hoop Pine, Norfolk Island Pine, Firewheel Tree, Red Apple, Queen Palm
21 Thornton Street
SP 1470; SP 2107; Lot 64, DP 21937
Local
186
Darling Point
Residential flat building and interiors
1 Yarranabbe Road
SP 49955; SP 14661
Local
187
Darling Point
Former house, interiors and grounds
5–9 Yarranabbe Road
SP 110067
Local
188
Darling Point
House, interiors and grounds
12–14 Yarranabbe Road
Lot 1, DP 5147
Local
189
Darling Point
House and interiors— Goomerah Crescent/Yarranabbe Road/Darling Point Road heritage item group (see also 54 Darling Point Road, Darling Point and 9 Goomerah Crescent, Darling Point)
28 Yarranabbe Road
Lots 1 and 2, DP 1036705; SP 6516
Local
190
Darling Point
Former grounds of Goomerah including stone retaining wall and Canary Palm
38 Yarranabbe Road
SP 50008
Local
191
Darling Point
“Strattford Hall”— residential flat building and interiors
47 Yarranabbe Road
SP 21087
Local
192
Darling Point
House and interiors
55 Yarranabbe Road
Lots A and B, DP 108761
Local
193
Darling Point
House, interiors and front fence, sandstone walls to Beverley Lane, sandstone terracing and steps
99 Yarranabbe Road
Lot 2, DP 1119754
Local
194
Double Bay
Front fencing, palm trees (including 5 Kentia Palms, 3 Canary Island Date Palms)
71 Bay Street
Lot C, DP 305371
Local
195
Double Bay
Gateposts to Bay Street to former house “Tueila”
73A Bay Street
Lot 1, DP 864740
Local
196
Double Bay
“Banksia”—house and interiors, fig trees (including a Moreton Bay Fig)
3 Beach Street
Lot 1, DP 186141
Local
197
Double Bay
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
3 Cooper Street
Lot 26, DP 974989
Local
198
Double Bay
Terrace house and interiors
5 Cooper Street
Lot 25, DP 545942
Local
199
Double Bay
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
7 Cooper Street
Lot 24, DP 733660
Local
200
Double Bay
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
9 Cooper Street
Lot 23, DP 548497
Local
201
Double Bay
“Hatfield”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
11 Cooper Street
Lot 22, DP 561498
Local
202
Double Bay
Gladswood House—building and interiors
11 Gladswood Gardens
SP 58597
State
203
Double Bay
House and interiors, stone works
21 Gladswood Gardens
Lot 10, DP 14984
Local
204
Double Bay
Weeping Lilli Pilli, all Bangalow Palms (approx 30), Washingtonia Palm, Queen Palms, Cabbage Palms
5 Manning Road
Lot 6, DP 15038
Local
205
Double Bay
Bus stop shelter, former tram stop
New South Head Road, opposite intersection with Wolseley Road
Road reserve
Local
215
Double Bay
Gardens to former “Overthorpe”, including 3 Small-Leaved Figs, Coolamon or Watermelon Tree, Silver Quandong, 2 Moreton Bay Figs, Bunya Pine, Queen Palm, Cabbage Palms, 9 Canary Island Date Palms, service driveway, front retaining wall and fence, gates
337–347 New South Head Road
SP 20175
State
206
Double Bay
Vegetation associated with the gardens of the former house “Overthorpe”, including Silver Quandong, Norfolk Island Pine, Bunya Pine, rainforest specimen, Bangalow Palms, Queen Palms, Cabbage Palms
349 New South Head Road
SP 62056
Local
207
Double Bay
The Golden Sheaf Hotel and interiors
423–431 New South Head Road
Lot 2, DP 82306
Local
208
Double Bay
“Carinya”—residential flat building and interiors
470 New South Head Road
Lot 19, DP 14000
Local
209
Double Bay
Residence, interiors and upper northern terrace and the sandstone retaining wall to New South Head Road
489 New South Head Road
Lot B, DP 312738; Lot 1, DP 316911
Local
210
Double Bay
Brick entrance gatepost and iron gates to Redleaf Pool, eastern sandstone stairways to beach, grounds to Redleaf Pool, Norfolk Island Pine, 2 Kauri Pines, Hoop Pine, Seven Shillings Beach
536 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 972709
Local
211
Double Bay
“Redleaf”—Woollahra Council Chambers and interiors, gates, gateposts, Moreton Bay Fig, Bunya Pine
536 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 972709
Local
212
Double Bay
“The Annexe”—building and interiors
542 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 432807
Local
213
Double Bay
“St Brigids”—Woollahra Council Library and interiors, Blackburn Gardens
548 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 1126161
Local
214
Double Bay
3 Norfolk Island Pines, 2 Moreton Bay Figs, 2 Port Jackson Figs, Candlenut Tree
Ocean Avenue (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
223
Double Bay
“Ecclesbourne”— building and interiors
17 Ocean Avenue
Lot B and E, DP 373085
Local
216
Double Bay
Lacebark
21 Ocean Avenue
SP 59091
Local
217
Double Bay
Bunya Pine
22–24 Ocean Avenue
SP 749
Local
218
Double Bay
House and interiors, front fencing
28 Ocean Avenue
Lot 1, DP 594825
Local
219
Double Bay
Moreton Bay Fig
35–37 Ocean Avenue
SP 6828
Local
220
Double Bay
House and interiors
38 Ocean Avenue
Lot A, DP 374231
Local
221
Double Bay
House and interiors, excluding rear pavilion and garage
89 Ocean Avenue
Lot 61, DP 77657
Local
222
Double Bay
House and interiors, sandstone and iron fencing
8 South Avenue
Lot 1, DP 185498
Local
225
Double Bay
House and interiors, front fencing
37 South Avenue
Lot 1, DP 836535
Local
226
Double Bay
Double Bay Public School—all 19th Century buildings and interiors; gateposts
William Street
Lot 2, DP 220568
Local
228
Double Bay
Moreton Bay Fig
51 William Street
SP 64429
Local
227
Double Bay
“Taj Mahal”—house and interiors, terraced gardens, entrance terrace, steps and balustrade, wrought iron fences and balustrades
2 Wiston Gardens
Lots B and C, DP 329710
Local
229
Double Bay
House and interiors, grounds, gardens
4 Wiston Gardens
Lot 5, DP 15968; Lot 1, DP 333627
State
230
Double Bay
House and interiors, grounds, gardens
6 Wiston Gardens
Lot 7, DP 15968
State
231
Edgecliff
“Fenton”—house and interiors, gardens, gateposts, gates
8 Albert Street
Lot A, DP 964839
State
232
Edgecliff
St Joseph’s Church—church, interiors and grounds—Albert Street heritage item group (see also 14 Albert Street, Edgecliff)
12 Albert Street
Lot 2, DP 905805
Local
233
Edgecliff
St Joseph’s Friary— building, interiors and grounds—Albert Street heritage item group (see also 12 Albert Street, Edgecliff)
14 Albert Street
Lot 1, DP 905805
Local
234
Edgecliff
“Carmel”—house and interiors, gardens, gateposts, sandstone retaining walls
24 Albert Street
Lot 6, DP 17427
Local
235
Edgecliff
“Lynwood”—house and interiors, front fencing
357 Edgecliff Road
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 5, DP 165488; Lot 1, DP 308404
Local
236
Edgecliff
House and interiors
434 Edgecliff Road
Lot A, DP 331068
Local
237
Edgecliff
Building and interiors
136 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 663495
Local
238
Edgecliff
Ascham school precinct comprising: “Fiona” including interiors and former entrance gates, “Glenrock” including interiors and inner and outer gates, the Dower House including interiors, sand-stone works, remaining open space and oval adjacent to “Fiona”, 4 Moreton Bay Figs, [see related items “The Octagon”, (Octagon Road), “Yeomerry” (1 St Mark’s Road) and “Duntrim” (37 Darling Point Road) which are part of Ascham school]
188 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 74398; Lot 1, DP 224844; Lots 1 and 2, DP 183645; Lots 4 and 5, DP 33456; Lot 1, DP 69838; Lot 1, DP 68900; Lot 1, DP 723473; Lot 81, DP 217078; Lot 1, DP 225312; Lots 9 and 10, DP 5444
Local
239
Edgecliff
Former Post Office and interiors
287–289 New South Head Road
Lot 101, DP 1034020
Local
240
Edgecliff
House and interiors
152 Ocean Street
Lot 4, DP 251266
Local
241
Edgecliff
House, interiors and gardens
5 Quambi Place
Lot 3, DP 18496
Local
242
Paddington
7 Canary Island Date Palms
Alma Street (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
243
Paddington
Royal Hospital for Women group—comprising chimney, gynaecology wing and interiors, x-ray wing and interiors, Oxford Street gatehouse and interiors, remnant masonry walls along Begg Lane, Young Street, Brown Street and behind the properties in Elfred Street and the London Plane tree in the north-eastern sector adjacent to the gynaecology wing
1 Brodie Street (also known as 1–53 Flinton Street, 62–74 Gipps Street, 188 Oxford Street and 16–22 Young Street)
Lot 8, DP 1066232; Lots 1–14, DP 1026156; SP 65255; Lot 2, DP 1029153; Lots 1–13, DP 1024561; SP 65095; Lot 1, DP 1029153; Lots 1–8, DP 1049074; SP 69697; SP 64558; Lots 1–8, DP 1026153; SP 65254; Lots 1–7, DP 1019806; SP 64396; SP 64257; Lots 56, 57, DP 87117
Local
244
Paddington
Scottish Hospital—main hospital building and interiors, grounds, gardens, terracing, 2 Moreton Bay Figs, Norfolk Island Pine, Kauri Pine, Weeping Lilli Pilli, Holm Oak
74 Brown Street (also known as 2 Cooper Street)
Lot 2, DP 607572; Lot 1, DP 117517
Local
245
Paddington
Glenmore Road Public School comprising former schoolmaster’s residence and interiors, 19th Century buildings and interiors, retaining wall along Cambridge Street
18–20 Cambridge Street (also known as being at Glenmore Road)
Lot 1, DP 1136404
Local
246
Paddington
“Harborn”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
88 Cascade Street
Lot 11, DP 829146
Local
247
Paddington
“Onslow”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
90 Cascade Street
Lot 12, DP 829146
Local
248
Paddington
“Eastbourne”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
92 Cascade Street
Lot 13, DP 829146
Local
249
Paddington
“Westcoker”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
94 Cascade Street
Lot 14, DP 829146
Local
250
Paddington
“Egerton”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
96 Cascade Street
Lot 15, DP 829146
Local
251
Paddington
“Sandringham”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
98 Cascade Street
Lot 16, DP 829146
Local
252
Paddington
“Greensborough”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
100 Cascade Street
Lot 17, DP 829146
Local
253
Paddington
“Sutton”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
102 Cascade Street
Lot 18, DP 829146
Local
254
Paddington
Scottish Hospital—main hospital building and interiors, grounds, gardens, terracing, 2 Moreton Bay Figs, Norfolk Island Pine, Kauri Pine, Weeping Lilli Pilli, Holm Oak
2 Cooper Street (also known as 74 Brown Street)
Lot 2, DP 607572; Lot 1, DP 117517
Local
245
Paddington
House, interiors and grounds
8A Cooper Street
Lot 2, DP 573941
Local
255
Paddington
Royal Hospital for Women group—comprising chimney, gynaecology wing and interiors, x-ray wing and interiors, Oxford Street gatehouse and interiors, remnant masonry walls along Begg Lane, Young Street, Brown Street and behind the properties in Elfred Street and the London Plane tree in the north-eastern sector adjacent to the gynaecology wing
1–53 Flinton Street (also known as 1 Brodie Street, 62–74 Gipps Street, 188 Oxford Street and 16–22 Young Street)
Lot 8, DP 1066232; Lots 1–14, DP 1026156; SP 65255; Lot 2, DP 1029153; Lots 1–13, DP 1024561; SP 65095; Lot 1, DP 1029153; Lots 1–8, DP 1049074; SP 69697; SP 64558; Lots 1–8, DP 1026153; SP 65254; Lots 1–7, DP 1019806; SP 64396; SP 64257; Lots 56, 57, DP 87117
Local
244
Paddington
Royal Hospital for Women group—comprising chimney, gynaecology wing and interiors, x-ray wing and interiors, Oxford Street gatehouse and interiors, remnant masonry walls along Begg Lane, Young Street, Brown Street and behind the properties in Elfred Street and the London Plane tree in the north-eastern sector adjacent to the gynaecology wing
62–74 Gipps Street (also known as 1 Brodie Street, 1–53 Flinton Street, 188 Oxford Street and 16–22 Young Street)
Lot 8, DP 1066232; Lots 1–14, DP 1026156; SP 65255; Lot 2, DP 1029153; Lots 1–13, DP 1024561; SP 65095; Lot 1, DP 1029153; Lots 1–8, DP 1049074; SP 69697; SP 64558; Lots 1–8, DP 1026153; SP 65254; Lots 1–7, DP 1019806; SP 64396; SP 64257; Lots 56, 57, DP 87117
Local
244
Paddington
Glenmore Road Public School— comprising former schoolmaster’s residence and interiors, 19th century buildings and interiors, retaining wall along Cambridge Street
Glenmore Road (also known as 18–20 Cambridge Street)
Lot 1, DP 1136404
Local
246
Paddington
Rose and Crown Hotel and interiors
9 Glenmore Road
Lot 1, DP 84369
Local
256
Paddington
Royal Hotel and interiors
237 Glenmore Road
Lot 1, DP 224890
Local
257
Paddington
St. George’s Anglican Church—church and interiors
245 Glenmore Road
Lots 6–8, DP 111231; Lot 9, DP 1035606
Local
258
Paddington
House, interiors and grounds
88 Hargrave Street
Lot 1, DP 564846
Local
259
Paddington
Police Station and Court House and interiors
16 Jersey Road
Lot 647, DP 752011
Local
260
Paddington
Lord Dudley Hotel and interiors
236 Jersey Road
Lot 2, DP 108968
Local
261
Paddington
“Juniper Hall”—building and interiors
1 Ormond Street (also known as 248–250 Oxford Street)
Lot 201, DP 712817
State
262
Paddington
Engehurst—building and interiors
56A Ormond Street
SP 31878
State
263
Paddington
Royal Hospital for Women Group—comprising chimney, gynaecology wing and interiors, x-ray wing and interiors, Oxford Street gatehouse and interiors, remnant masonry walls along Begg Lane, Young Street, Brown Street and behind the properties in Elfred Street and the London Plane tree in the north-eastern sector adjacent to the gynaecology wing
188 Oxford Street (also known as 1 Brodie Street, 1–53 Flinton Street, 62–74 Gipps Street and 16–22 Young Street)
Lot 8, DP 1066232; Lots 1–14, DP 1026156; SP 65255; Lot 2, DP 1029153; Lots 1–13, DP 1024561; SP 65095; Lot 1, DP 1029153; Lots 1–8, DP 1049074; SP 69697; SP 64558; Lots 1–8, DP 1026153; SP 65254; Lots 1–7, DP 1019806; SP 64396; SP 64257; Lots 56, 57, DP 87117
Local
244
Paddington
Paddington Post Office building and interiors
246 Oxford Street
Lot 2, DP 616261
State
264
Paddington
“Juniper Hall”—building and interiors
248–250 Oxford Street (also known as 1 Ormond Street)
Lot 201, DP 712817
State
262
Paddington
31 London Plane Trees, 17 Hill’s Weeping Figs, 3 Red Apples
Paddington Street (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
265
Paddington
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
1 Quarry Street
Lot 1, DP 103060
Local
266
Paddington
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
3 Quarry Street
Lot 1, DP 170629
Local
267
Paddington
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
5 Quarry Street
Lot 1, DP 102421
Local
268
Paddington
Sandstone retaining and garden boundary wall— remnant of former estate and grounds of Bradley Hall
47, 49, 51, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81 and 83 Stafford Street
Lots 20–21, Section 3, DP 3454; Lot 11, DP 87875; Lot 1, DP 215549; Lot 2, DP 215549; Lot 3, DP 215549; Lot B, DP 438056; Lot A, DP 438047; Lot 1, DP 516913; Lot 2, DP 516913
Local
269
Paddington
House, interiors and grounds
88 Sutherland Street
Lot 1, DP 601553
Local
270
Paddington
Sandstone retaining wall and cast iron picket fence to split level road
Windsor Lane
Road reserve
Local
271
Paddington
House, interiors and grounds
159 Windsor Street
Lot 69, Section 1, DP 180
Local
272
Paddington
Electrical Substation No. 342
1 Young Street
Lot 1, DP 81093
State
273
Paddington
Royal Hospital for Women Group—comprising chimney, gynaecology wing and interiors, x-ray wing and interiors, Oxford Street gatehouse and interiors, remnant masonry walls along Begg Lane, Young Street, Brown Street and behind the properties in Elfred Street and the London Plane tree in the north-eastern sector adjacent to the gynaecology wing
16–22 Young Street (also known as 1 Brodie Street, 1–53 Flinton Street, 62–74 Gipps Street and 188 Oxford Street)
Lot 8, DP 1066232; Lots 1–14, DP 1026156; SP 65255; Lot 2, DP 1029153; Lots 1–13, DP 1024561; SP 65095; Lot 1, DP 1029153; Lots 1–8, DP 1049074; SP 69697; SP 64558; Lots 1–8, DP 1026153; SP 65254; Lots 1–7, DP 1019806; SP 64396; SP 64257; Lots 56, 57, DP 87117
Local
244
Point Piper
Seven Shillings Beach
3A–6 Buckhurst Avenue
Lot 1, DP 601629; Lot 4, DP 445436; SP 84581
Local
274
Point Piper
Cook Pine
Dunara Gardens
Lot 11, DP 27451
Local
277
Point Piper
House, interiors and grounds
4 Dunara Gardens
Lot 4, DP 27451
Local
275
Point Piper
“Dunara”—house and interiors
10 Dunara Gardens
Lot 10B, DP 408926
State
276
Point Piper
“Santa Barbara”— residential flat building and interiors
7 Longworth Avenue
SP 1093
Local
278
Point Piper
Police Station and interiors
New South Head Road, east corner of Wunulla Road
Lot 516, DP 752011
Local
283
Point Piper
“Elaine”—house, grounds and interiors, Cook Pine, Norfolk Island Pine, Bunya Pine, Camphor Laurel, Port Jackson Fig, Seven Shillings Beach
550 New South Head Road
Lots 1–6, DP 1038131
Local
280
Point Piper
“Fairwater”—main building and interiors, stables, grounds, Seven Shillings Beach, Bunya Pine, 3 Camphor Laurels, 2 Port Jackson Figs, 2 Silky Oaks, gardens, excluding swimming pool and associated walls on north side
560 New South Head Road
Lot 88, DP 1000045
State
281
Point Piper
“Buckhurst”—residential flat building and interiors, grounds, front garden and fencing, trees
574 New South Head Road
SP 35092
Local
282
Point Piper
Seven Shillings Beach
3–6 St Mervyns Avenue and 10 and 14 Wolseley Road
Lot 4, DP 22238; Lot 5, DP 22238; Lot 6C, DP 396551; Lot 1, DP 235138; SP 18128; Lot 1, DP 69919
Local
274
Point Piper
Uig Lodge—house and interiors, front gardens, sandstone walls, gateposts, gates
5 Wentworth Place (also known as 29 Wentworth Street)
Lots C and D, DP 30890
Local
284
Point Piper
Cook Pine, Moreton Bay Fig
1 Wentworth Street
Lot 1, DP 220192
Local
285
Point Piper
Franciscan Missionaries of Mary—building by Manson and Pickering (c 1912), interiors, grounds, gardens, retaining walls, entrance gateposts and gates
6 Wentworth Street
Lots 3–6, DP 270495; SP 77598
Local
286
Point Piper
House and interiors
21 Wentworth Street
Lot 2, DP 616791; Lot 3, Section 2, DP 3556
Local
287
Point Piper
Residential flat building and interiors, gateposts, gates
23 Wentworth Street
SP 65101
Local
288
Point Piper
Uig Lodge—house and interiors, front gardens, sandstone walls, gateposts, gates
29 Wentworth Street (also known as 5 Wentworth Place)
Lots C and D, DP 30890
Local
284
Point Piper
House and interiors
1 Wolseley Crescent
Lot B, DP 411687
Local
289
Point Piper
Lady Martins Beach
1A and 2 Wolseley Crescent, 152–162 Wolseley Road and 16 Longworth Avenue
Lots 1 and 2, DP 224984; Lots 211 and 212, DP 877299; Lot 1, DP 1102598; Lot 1, DP 1102598; Lot A, DP 411687; Lot 5, Section 10, DP 3556; Lots 1 and 2, DP 502735
Local
279
Point Piper
Norfolk Island Pine
Wolseley Road (within road reserve outside 11 Wolseley Road)
Road reserve
Local
298
Point Piper
“Danmark”—residential flat building and interiors
16–18 Wolseley Road
SP 13491
Local
290
Point Piper
Building and interiors
26–28 Wolseley Road
Lot 1, DP 68485
Local
291
Point Piper
Stone walling
63–67 Wolseley Road
Lot 12, DP 700876
Local
292
Point Piper
Residential flat building and interiors
66 Wolseley Road
Lot 2, DP 501823
Local
293
Point Piper
“Vaynol”—house and interiors, sandstone walling, entrance archway
69 Wolseley Road
Lot 3, DP 212359
Local
294
Point Piper
House and interiors
136 Wolseley Road
Lot A, DP 392215
Local
295
Point Piper
House and interiors
138 Wolseley Road
Lot 1, DP 1133137
Local
296
Point Piper
House and interiors
142 Wolseley Road
Lot 5, Section 11, DP 3556
Local
297
Point Piper
Lady Martins Beach
152–162 Wolseley Road (also known as 1A and 2 Wolseley Crescent)
Lots 1 and 2, DP 224984; Lots 211 and 212, DP 877299; Lot 1, DP 1102598; Lot 1, DP 1102598; Lot A, DP 411687; Lot 5, Section 10, DP 3556
Local
279
Point Piper
Herewai—house and interiors
55 Wunulla Road
Lots 1–2, DP 1125744
Local
299
Point Piper
House and interiors
58 Wunulla Road
SP 17372
Local
300
Point Piper
Ravello—house and interiors
26 Wyuna Road
Lot D, DP 334247
Local
301
Rose Bay
Avenue of Plane trees and Fig trees
Balfour Road (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
303
Rose Bay
Norfolk Island Pine
Balfour Road (within road reserve opposite 629 New South Head Road)
Road reserve
Local
308
Rose Bay
St Bernard Hall—residential flat building, interiors and grounds
9 Balfour Road
SP 67876210
Local
302
Rose Bay
Wycombe—residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Balfour Road heritage item group (see also 21, 23 and 25 Balfour Road, Rose Bay)
19 Balfour Road
SP 13796
Local
304
Rose Bay
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Balfour Road heritage item group (see also 19, 23 and 25 Balfour Road, Rose Bay)
21 Balfour Road
SP 8747
Local
305
Rose Bay
Residential flat building, interiors and grounds—Balfour Road heritage item group (see also 19, 21 and 25 Balfour Road, Rose Bay)
23 Balfour Road
SP 3432
Local
306
Rose Bay
Springfield— residential flat building, interiors and grounds— Balfour Road heritage item group (see also 19, 21 and 23 Balfour Road, Rose Bay)
25 Balfour Road
SP 15147
Local
307
Rose Bay
Ficus superba var. henneana (Cedar fig)
3 Fernleigh Gardens (also known as 3A Fernleigh Gardens and 20 Rawson Road)
Lots 1 and 2, DP 208880; Lots 1–4, DP 201835; Lot C, DP 392425; Lot Y, DP 403381; Lot 1, DP 392389
State
310
Rose Bay
Ficus superba var. henneana (Cedar fig)
3A Fernleigh Gardens (also known as 3 Fernleigh Gardens and 20 Rawson Road)
Lots 1 and 2, DP 208880; Lots 1–4, DP 201835; Lot C, DP 392425; Lot Y, DP 403381; Lot 1, DP 392389
State
310
Rose Bay
Fernleigh Castle—main building and interiors
5 Fernleigh Gardens
Lot 1, DP 25379; Lot A, DP 391099; Lot E, DP 395692; Lot 4, DP 114073
Local
309
Rose Bay
House and interiors
13 Ian Street
Lot 5, DP 669010
Local
311
Rose Bay
Royal Sydney Golf Club—Clubhouse and interiors, grove of approx 20 Broad-Leafed Paperbarks along Norwich Road
Kent Road
Lot 1, DP 630927; Lots 11–16, DP 5592
Local
318
Rose Bay
“Fermoyle”—residential flat building, interiors and front fence
4A Kent Road
SP 52029
Local
312
Rose Bay
Sherland Lodge—house, interiors and grounds
16 Kent Road
Lot 2928, DP 1085537
Local
313
Rose Bay
“Samares”—house, interiors and grounds
17 Kent Road
Lot 5, DP 564190
Local
314
Rose Bay
“The Knoll”—house, interiors and grounds
19 Kent Road
Lot 67, DP 1085005
Local
315
Rose Bay
Tudor House— residential flat building, interiors and grounds
20 Kent Road
Lot 27, DP 979103
Local
316
Rose Bay
House, interiors and grounds
32 Kent Road
Lot 21, DP 979103
Local
317
Rose Bay
Site of former Rose Bay Flying Boat Base
Lyne Park
Lots 1534 and 1535, DP 40022; Lot 7066, DP 1023381
Local
319
Rose Bay
Rose Bay seawall, balustrade and promenade including lamp standards, concrete stairs, avenue of Hill’s Weeping Figs and parking bays
New South Head Road
Mostly within road reserve
Local
328
Rose Bay
Bus stop shelter, former tram stop
New South Head Road, at intersection with Kent Road
Road reserve
Local
330
Rose Bay
War memorial
New South Head Road, at entrance to Lyne Park
Lot 7061, DP 1023378
Local
329
Rose Bay
The Chilterns— residential flat building, interiors and grounds
593 New South Head Road
SP 10366
Local
320
Rose Bay
House and interiors, outbuildings, front garden
629 New South Head Road
Lot 1, Section 2, DP 3696
Local
321
Rose Bay
Murong—house, interiors and grounds
633 New South Head Road
Lot C, DP 365041
Local
322
Rose Bay
Former Kings Theatre building and interiors
694–696 Old South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 1095986; SP 76919
Local
331
Rose Bay
House and interiors
699 New South Head Road
SP 75436
Local
323
Rose Bay
Former Post Office and interiors
757 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 776799
Local
324
Rose Bay
Kambala School—building formerly Tivoli and interiors, gateposts, gates and flanking walls with railing facing Tivoli Avenue, 2 Norfolk Island Pines
794 New South Head Road
Lot 67, DP 2538; Lot C, DP 310074; Lot 1, DP 1089403; Lots 1–12, DP 1116858
Local
325
Rose Bay
Rose Bay Hotel and interiors
807 New South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 65131
Local
326
Rose Bay
Mary Magdalene Catholic Church—church and interiors
835 New South Head Road
Lots 3–4, DP 5548
Local
327
Rose Bay
Former service station, interiors and grounds
51–55 O’Sullivan Road
Lot 1, DP 320799
Local
332
Rose Bay
Darnley—residential flat building, interiors and grounds
79 O’Sullivan Road
SP 137
Local
333
Rose Bay
Ficus superba var. henneana (Cedar fig)
20 Rawson Road (also known as 3 and 3A Fernleigh Gardens)
Lots 1 and 2, DP 208880; Lots 2 and 3, DP 201835; Lot C, DP 392425; Lot Y, DP 403381; Lot 1, DP 392389
State
310
Rose Bay
Rose Bay Lodge (Salisbury Court)— building and interiors
1–7 Salisbury Road
Lots 24–27, DP 6283
State
334
Rose Bay
“Simcha”—house, interiors and grounds
23 Salisbury Road
Lot 2, DP 313520
Local
335
Rose Bay
House, interiors and grounds
23 Spencer Street
Lot A, DP 354521
Local
336
Rose Bay
5 Norfolk Island Pines
Vickery Avenue (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
337
Vaucluse
House and interiors
7 Boambillee Avenue
Lot 8, Section 6, DP 9245
Local
338
Vaucluse
2 Forest Red Gums
19 Boambillee Avenue
Lot 2, DP 953871; Lot 2, DP 318645
Local
339
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
20 Burrabirra Avenue
Lot, DP 228103
Local
340
Vaucluse
Forest Red Gum
Chapel Road (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
342
Vaucluse
Wentworth Mausoleum and interior, surrounding stone and wrought iron fence, grounds, trees
5 Chapel Road
Lot 2, DP 871485; Lot 3, DP 871485
State
341
Vaucluse and Watsons Bay
Bicentennial Coastal Cliff Walk
Coastal Cliff, within Christison Park, Macquarie Lightstation, Lighthouse Reserve, Signal Station, Signal Hill Reserve and Gap Park
Lots 7004 and 7005, DP 1066802; Lot 2, DP 811578; Lot 7084, DP 1069202; Lot 1, DP 531492; Lot 1608, DP 752011; Lot 7001, DP 1069204
Local
343
Vaucluse
House and interiors, gardens, landscaped front fencing, gateposts, gates
25 Coolong Road
Lot A, DP 330358
Local
344
Vaucluse
House and interiors, stone works, gardens
1 Fisher Avenue
Lot 2, DP 618291
Local
345
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
6 Fisher Avenue
Lot 1, DP 942852
Local
346
Vaucluse
Port Jackson Fig
7 Fisher Avenue
Lot B, DP 338086
Local
347
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
9 Fisher Avenue
Lot C, DP 338086
Local
348
Vaucluse
War memorial and bus stop shelter
Fitzwilliam Road, junction with Wentworth Road
Road reserve
Local
349
Vaucluse
3 Forest Red Gums
Fitzwilliam Road (within road reserve adjacent 18, 20 and 20A Fitzwilliam Road)
Road reserve
Local
350
Vaucluse
Grounds and native vegetation of Wentworth Memorial Church
32A and 32B Fitzwilliam Road
Lots 11 and 12, DP 1161266
Local
351
Vaucluse
Wentworth Memorial Church—church, interiors, grounds and moveable collection
32A and 32B Fitzwilliam Road
Lots 11 and 12, DP 1161266
Part Local/ Part State
352
Vaucluse
Forest Red Gum
49 Fitzwilliam Road
Lots 1–2, DP 227411
Local
353
Vaucluse
Tuckeroo
51A Fitzwilliam Road
Lot A, DP 367020
Local
354
Vaucluse
Forest Red Gum
57A Fitzwilliam Road
Lot 1, DP 342033
Local
355
Vaucluse
West Parsley Bay Obelisk
65 Fitzwilliam Road
Lot 5, Section 1, DP 4527
Local
356
Vaucluse
Remains of Vaucluse Point ferry wharf
83 Fitzwilliam Road
Lot 1, DP 1109931; Lots 1, 2 and 3, DP 430595; Lots 1 and 2, DP 346850; Lot 1, DP 188299
Local
357
Vaucluse
Scribbly Gum, Sydney Pink Gum, Swamp Mahogany
Gilliver Avenue (within road reserve opposite nos 11 and 19 and corner of Fisher Avenue)
Road reserve
Local
362
Vaucluse
Scribbly Gum
11 Gilliver Avenue
Lot 1, DP 900663
Local
358
Vaucluse
House and interiors
11A Gilliver Avenue (also known as 16 New South Head Road)
Lot B, DP 310398
Local
359
Vaucluse
House and interiors, gardens
19 Gilliver Avenue
Lot 1, DP 656285
Local
360
Vaucluse
House and interiors
25 Gilliver Avenue
Lots 3–4, DP 17198
Local
361
Vaucluse
House and interiors
6 Graylind Place
Lots A–C, DP 110617; Lot 3, DP 340902
Local
363
Vaucluse
Greycliff House—building and interiors, stone works
Greycliffe Avenue
Lot 33, DP 752011
Local
364
Vaucluse
Hermit Bay Slipway and landing
Hermit Bay
Lot 1722, DP 46545
Local
365
Vaucluse
House and interiors
80A Hopetoun Avenue
Lot D, DP 331389
Local
366
Vaucluse
Bus stop shelter, former tram stop
New South Head Road, opposite intersection with Captain Pipers Road
Lot 2, DP 533585; Road reserve
Local
369
Vaucluse
Bus stop shelter, former tram stop
New South Head Road, opposite intersection with Serpentine Parade
Road reserve
Local
370
Vaucluse
House and interiors
16 New South Head Road (also known as 11A Gilliver Avenue)
Lot B, DP 310398
Local
359
Vaucluse
“Kainga”—house and interiors, excluding the freestanding garage, cabana, pool, spa, gateposts
20B New South Head Road
Lot A, DP 371950
Local
367
Vaucluse
“Werribree”—house and interiors, gardens, retaining walls, fences, covered gateways, trees
37 New South Head Road
Lots 1 and 2, DP 4819
Local
368
Vaucluse
Bangalay
Nurran Road (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
371
Vaucluse
Macquarie Lightstation buildings, interiors and grounds, being Macquarie Lighthouse, assistant Keeper’s quarters, the stables, Head Keeper’s quarters, stone retaining wall east of lighthouse, gate posts, gas tank, four water tanks, remnant semi-circular entry drive, central open grassed lawns, remnant sandstone walls on the southern boundary, vegetation and grounds to the west of Keeper’s quarters, the grounds to the east of the stone retaining wall, including the quarry
Old South Head Road
Lot 7002, DP 1069203
State
372
Vaucluse
Signal Hill Battery
Old South Head Road (within Signal Hill Reserve, opposite Belah Avenue)
Lot 1608, DP 752011
Local
384
Vaucluse
South Head Signal Station—tower, building and interiors, retaining wall and fence to Old South Head Road
21 Old South Head Road (opposite Myall Avenue)
Lot 7002, DP 1069203
State
383
Vaucluse
House and interiors, street fencing
218 Old South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 130685
Local
385
Vaucluse
Forest Red Gum
Olola Avenue (within road reserve, opposite 22 Olola Avenue)
Road reserve
Local
380
Vaucluse
Swamp Mahogany, 2 Sydney Pink Gums
Olola Avenue (within road reserve, opposite 30, 31 and 35 Olola Avenue)
Road reserve
Local
381
Vaucluse
Scribbly Gum
Olola Avenue (within road reserve, opposite 48A Olola Avenue
Road reserve
Local
382
Vaucluse
Scribbly Gum
4 Olola Avenue
Lot 50, Section I, DP 9328
Local
373
Vaucluse
Weinreich House—house, including interior, and grounds
11 Olola Avenue
Lot B, DP 322489
Local
374
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
14 Olola Avenue
Lot 60, Section I, DP 9328
Local
375
Vaucluse
2 Forest Red Gums, Sydney Pink Gum, Scribbly Gum
24 Olola Avenue
Lot 70, Section I, DP 9328
Local
376
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum, Swamp Mahogany
26–27 Olola Avenue
Lot 73, Section I, DP 9328
Local
377
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
33 Olola Avenue
Lot 2, DP 11901
Local
378
Vaucluse
2 Sydney Pink Gums
46 Olola Avenue
Lot 14, Section 7, DP 9245
Local
379
Vaucluse
Suspension footbridge
Parsley Bay (within Parsley Bay Park)
N/A
Local
386
Vaucluse
3 Forest Red Gums, Sydney Pink Gum
Parsley Road, within road reserve
Road reserve
Local
388
Vaucluse
2 Forest Red Gums
9 Parsley Road
Lot 15, Section 4, DP 9327
Local
387
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum, Swamp Mahogany, Red Mahogany
Petrarch Avenue (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
389
Vaucluse
House and interiors, front fencing
6 Queens Avenue
Lot 4, DP 656580
Local
390
Vaucluse
Shark Beach promenade and amenities
Shark Beach (within Nielsen Park)
 
Local
391
Vaucluse
Steele (Shark) Point Battery, and associated underground remains (see also listing under Part 3—Archaeological sites)
Steele (Shark) Point
Lots 1–3, DP 607550
Local
392
Vaucluse
St Michael’s Anglican Church—church and interiors, grounds, sandstone works, gateposts and iron arch, obelisk
St Michael’s Place
Lot 74, DP 1022956
Local
393
Vaucluse
House and interiors, gardens, front fence, entrance archway and gate
20 The Crescent
Lot 18, DP 1078082
Local
394
Vaucluse
4 Norfolk Island Pines
51 Towns Road
Lot 4, DP 19609
Local
395
Vaucluse
Stone and wrought iron fence, formerly part of “The Hermitage”
Corner of Vaucluse Road and Carrara Road
Road reserve
Local
403
Vaucluse
Kincoppal, Roman Catholic Convent of the Sacred Heart and school—buildings and interiors, grounds, trees, sandstone and wrought iron fence, gateposts and gates
2 Vaucluse Road
Lot 104, DP 1092747
Local
396
Vaucluse
Former gatehouse to The Hermitage and interiors, front fencing, 3 sandstone gateposts
20A Vaucluse Road
Lot 100, DP 1168449
Local
397
Vaucluse
“The Hermitage”—house and interiors, grounds, gateposts and gates to Vaucluse Road, inner gateposts, gates and fencing, stone works associated with adjacent Watercourse
22 Vaucluse Road
Lot 7, DP 1140888
Local
398
Vaucluse
Watercourse— stormwater drainage to Hermit Bay comprising channels, bridge and stone walling
Adjacent to 22 and 22A Vaucluse Road
 
Local
402
Vaucluse
Norfolk Island Pine, Hoop Pine, Bunya Pine, fencing to Vaucluse Road
22A Vaucluse Road
Lot 8, DP 1140888
Local
399
Vaucluse
Gardens formerly part of “The Hermitage”
22D Vaucluse Road
Lot 2, DP 562550
Local
400
Vaucluse
2 Cook Pines, Norfolk Island Pine
22E Vaucluse Road
Lot E, DP 420682
Local
401
Vaucluse
House and interiors
26 Vaucluse Road
Lot 1, DP 948896
Local
404
Vaucluse
Swamp Mahogany
40 Vaucluse Road
Lot 1, DP 1134887
Local
405
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gums
42 Vaucluse Road
Lot 4A, DP 942202
Local
406
Vaucluse
Strickland House— building known as “Carrara” and interiors, the stables and interiors, sandstone wharf remains at Milk Beach, additional buildings and interiors, gardens and grounds, former quarry and former Porter’s Lodge site (see also listing under Part 3— Archaeological sites)
52 Vaucluse Road
Lot 1, DP 34388
State
407
Vaucluse
Eastern Channel Lighthouse—Front Lead
Wentworth Road (adjoining 80 and 82 Wentworth Road)
 
Local
419
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
Wentworth Road (within road reserve in front of 21A Wentworth Road)
Road reserve
Local
412
Vaucluse
Swamp Mahogany, 3 Forest Red Gums
Wentworth Road (within road reserve in front of 77 Wentworth Road and opposite 73, 75 and 79 Wentworth Road)
Road reserve
Local
418
Vaucluse
4 Forest Red Gums
Wentworth Road (within road reserve in front of 93 Wentworth Road)
Road reserve
Local
420
Vaucluse
Vaucluse (Wentworth) House—buildings and interiors, stables and interiors, outbuildings and interiors, gateposts, gates, original driveway, remnant landscape features and plantings (including Moreton Bay Fig, Bunya Pine, Hoop Pine, 13 Broad-Leaved Paperbarks, Bald Cypress and 2 Lilli Pilli), parklands, trees and grounds being Vaucluse Park (including the Beach Paddock north of Wentworth Road), bounded by Vaucluse Bay, Coolong Road, Olola Avenue and Wentworth Road
Wentworth Road (within Vaucluse Park)
Lot 6, DP 937598; Lots 1–3, DP 937598; Lots 16A and 17–21, DP 4527
State
408
Vaucluse
Eastern Channel Lighthouse—Rear Lead
12A Wentworth Road
Lot 2, DP 739195
Local
409
Vaucluse
Glasson House—house and interiors
19 Wentworth Road
Lot 4, DP 607540
Local
410
Vaucluse
House and interiors, front fencing
20 Wentworth Road
Lot A, DP 167602; Lot 1, DP 316835
Local
411
Vaucluse
“Greenway”—all buildings, interiors and works, grounds, grove of approx 8 Sydney Pink Gums
24 Wentworth Road
Lot 101, DP 621888
Local
413
Vaucluse
House and interiors
34 Wentworth Road
Lot 1, DP 937970; Lot 1, DP 321813
Local
414
Vaucluse
House and interiors
38 Wentworth Road
Lot 1, DP 216792
Local
415
Vaucluse
Sydney Pink Gum
48 Wentworth Road
Lot 1, DP 947941
Local
416
Vaucluse
“Palmeyrie”—house and interiors, front gardens and sandstone works
54 Wentworth Road
Lot 53, DP 9328
Local
417
Watsons Bay
Constable’s Cottage group, comprising Police Station and interiors, 32 Cliff Street and interiors; 68 pounder MI and rifle posts and surrounds; sandstone defensive wall and roadway
Cliff Street (within South Head Sydney Harbour National Park)
Lot 3, DP 605078
Local
427
Watsons Bay
Sydney Water pumping station and internal elements
11 Cliff Street (also known as Short Street)
Lot 1, DP 85933
Local
421
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
12 Cliff Street
Lot 1, DP 1103992
Local
422
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
14 Cliff Street
Lot 1, DP 86807
Local
423
Watsons Bay
“Doo-Mee”—cottage and interiors
15 Cliff Street
Lot 26, DP 738835
Local
424
Watsons Bay
“Isabel”—cottage and interiors
16 Cliff Street
Lot 27, DP 867257
Local
425
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
17 Cliff Street
Lot 28, DP 612567
Local
426
Watsons Bay
Dunbar House— building and interiors
11 Clovelly Street
Lots 1–4, DP 975647; Lot 1, DP 921820
Local
428
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
11 Cove Street
Lot 18, DP 88034
Local
429
Watsons Bay
House and interiors
13 Cove Street
Lot 17, DP 745259
Local
430
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
15 Cove Street
Lot 16, DP 88034
Local
431
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
17 Cove Street
Lot 1, DP 91226
Local
432
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors
19 Cove Street
Lot 14, DP 1090915
Local
433
Watsons Bay
Gunnery School group, comprising: former officers’ mess (part of conference centre); former battery workshop (Ranger’s cottage); former armoury (part of conference centre); former School of Gunnery latrine (toilets); interiors of all buildings; practice battery at seaward cliffs
Gap Bluff (within South Head Sydney Harbour National Park)
Lot 3, DP 605078
Local
434
Watsons Bay
Dunbar anchor
Gap Park
Lot 7084, DP 1069202
State
435
Watsons Bay
Dunbar rock inscription
Gap Park (opposite 248 Old South Head Road)
Lot 7001, DP 1069204
State
437
Watsons Bay
Monument to Lieutenant G. J. Grieve
Gap Park (opposite 262 Old South Head Road)
Lot 7001, DP 1069204
Local
438
Watsons Bay
Tramway cutting
Gap Park
Lot 7084, DP 1069202
Local
436
Watsons Bay
Green (Laings) Point Battery
Green (Laings) Point Reserve
Lots 1 and 3, DP 536603
Local
439
Watsons Bay
Green Point Obelisk
Green (Laings) Point Reserve
Lot 1, DP 536603
Local
440
Watsons Bay
South Head Artillery Barracks group comprising: officers’ quarters and interiors (asset 25); former officers’ mess and interiors (Cliff House quarters); former sergeants’ mess and interiors (officers’ quarters); former stable/carriage shed and interiors (garden store) (asset 29); gun carriage coach house and annex and interiors (garage/store) (asset 37); former guard house and interiors (asset 26); former artillery barracks and interiors (officers’ quarters) (asset 33); sandstone drainage moat and rifle post wall (adjoining asset 28); 80 pounder battery and five connected gun emplacements (1871/2) (north of asset 25); World War 1 and World War 2 artillery fortifications on seaward cliffs; HMAS Watson’s Naval Memorial Chapel of St. George the Martyr and interiors; Aboriginal rock carving seaward side of Chapel (spotlight mounted within)
HMAS Watson
Lot 4, DP 605078
Local
441
Watsons Bay
Promenade
Marine Parade
Reserve
Local
444
Watsons Bay
Tea Gardens—kiosk, interiors and grounds
8 Marine Parade
Lot 1699, DP 752011
Local
442
Watsons Bay
“Mandalay”—house and interiors, fencing to Marine Parade
26 Marine Parade
Lot 3, DP 738853
Local
443
Watsons Bay
Building and interiors
17 Military Road
Lot A, DP 103616
Local
445
Watsons Bay
Building and interiors
25 Military Road
Lot 3, DP 76137
Local
446
Watsons Bay
House and interiors, front garden, retaining wall and fencing
272 Old South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 19845
Local
447
Watsons Bay
Bay Cottage—house and interiors, fence and retaining wall to Hopetoun Avenue
306–308 Old South Head Road
Lot 21, DP 654645
Local
448
Watsons Bay
St. Peter’s Anglican Church—church and interiors, bushland to the west of the church, Greycliffe memorial gates
331 Old South Head Road
Lot 2, DP 622595
Local
449
Watsons Bay
House and interiors, sandstone toilet building, front fencing
333 Old South Head Road
Lot 1512, DP 752011
Local
450
Watsons Bay
Scout Hall (former Watsons Bay Public School) and interiors, and all grounds, but excluding the amenities and storage building
335 Old South Head Road
Lot 1698, DP 752011
Local
451
Watsons Bay
Former St Anthony’s Church—sandstone and timber building including interiors
341 Old South Head Road
Lot 1, DP 1113547; Lot 2, DP 231114
Local
453
Watsons Bay
St. Mary’s Our Lady Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church—church and interiors, sandstone fencing and retaining wall
341 Old South Head Road
Lot 578, DP 752011
Local
452
Watsons Bay
“Caldale”—house, interiors and grounds
12 Pacific Street
Lot 1, DP 570382
Local
454
Watsons Bay
“Boongaree”—house, interiors and grounds
14–14A Pacific Street
Lot 6, DP 499728; Lot 5, DP 58040
Local
455
Watsons Bay
Former Marine Biology Station—building, interiors and grounds
31 Pacific Street
Lot 2, DP 536603
Local
456
Watsons Bay
Milestone Obelisk
Robertson Place (within Robertson Park)
Road reserve
Local
459
Watsons Bay
“Warrawee”— semi-detached house, interiors and grounds— Robertson Place heritage item group (see also 17 Robertson Place)
15 Robertson Place
Lot 23, DP 10398
Local
457
Watsons Bay
“Thalassa”— semi-detached house, interiors and grounds— Robertson Place heritage item group (see also 15 Robertson Place)
17 Robertson Place
Lot 24, DP 10398
Local
458
Watsons Bay
“Kerrisford”—building and interiors, palisade fences and grounds
8 Salisbury Street
Lot 1, DP 664793
Local
460
Watsons Bay
Sydney Water pumping station and internal elements
Short Street (also known as 11 Cliff Street)
Lot 1, DP 85933
Local
421
Watsons Bay
Cottage and interiors, street fencing
1 Short Street
Lot 1, DP 85517
Local
461
Watsons Bay
Hornby Lighthouse group comprising: Hornby Lighthouse and interiors; 2 cottages and interiors; gun emplacements and fortifications
South Head (inner) (within South Head Sydney Harbour National Park)
Lot 415, DP 752011; Lots 1 and 2, DP 605078
Local
462
Watsons Bay
Camp Cove Beach
15–25 Victoria Street
Lots A and B, DP 442342; Lots 17–18, DP 89866; Lots 15–16, DP 75357; Lots 1 and 2, DP 156415
Local
463
Woollahra
Sandstone retaining wall and railing facing Cooper Park
Adelaide Parade
Road reserve
Local
478
Woollahra
Holy Cross Catholic Church—church and interiors
17 Adelaide Parade
Lot 12, DP 1034661
Local
479
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
85 Adelaide Parade
Lot 1, DP 438838
Local
464
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
87 Adelaide Parade
Lot 2, DP 438838
Local
465
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
89 Adelaide Parade
Lot 3, DP 438838
Local
466
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
91 Adelaide Parade
Lot 4, DP 438838
Local
467
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
93 Adelaide Parade
Lot 5, DP 438838
Local
468
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
95 Adelaide Parade
Lot 6, DP 438838
Local
469
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
97 Adelaide Parade
Lot 7, DP 438838
Local
470
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
99 Adelaide Parade
Lot 8, DP 438838
Local
471
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
101 Adelaide Parade
Lot 9, DP 438838
Local
472
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
103 Adelaide Parade
Lot 10, DP 438838
Local
473
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
105 Adelaide Parade
Lot 11, DP 438838
Local
474
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
107 Adelaide Parade
Lot 12, DP 438838
Local
475
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
109 Adelaide Parade
Lot 13, DP 438838
Local
476
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
111 Adelaide Parade
Lot 14, DP 438838
Local
477
Woollahra
Reddam College— Federation Romanesque school building, interiors and grounds (former Holy Cross School)
70–78 Edgecliff Road
Lots 1–10, DP 4896; Lot 11, DP 1034661
Local
480
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
71–95 Edgecliff Road
Lots 1–5, DP 23857; Lot 1, DP 945697; Lot 2, DP 67771
Local
481
Woollahra
Seventh Day Adventist Church—church, interiors and grounds
219 Edgecliff Road
Lots 20–22, DP 976587
Local
482
Woollahra
“Althorne”—house and interiors, front fencing
281 Edgecliff Road
Lot D, DP 385586
Local
483
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
281A Edgecliff Road
SP 10692
Local
484
Woollahra
Building and interiors, iron fencing
293–295 Edgecliff Road
Lot 1, DP 77989
Local
485
Woollahra
“Kilvington”—building and interiors, front fencing
313 Edgecliff Road
Lot 2, DP 13539
Local
486
Woollahra
“Gainsborough”— residential flat building, interiors and grounds
313A Edgecliff Road
SP 713
Local
487
Woollahra
Building and interiors, street fencing
388 Edgecliff Road (also known as 1 Trelawney Street)
SP 47705
Local
488
Woollahra
“Rosemount”—residential flat building and interiors, garages, entrance from Edgecliff Road comprising flower beds and steps
410 Edgecliff Road
SP 4038; SP 55978
Local
489
Woollahra
“Hillside”—residential flat building and interiors, stone retaining wall, main entrance comprising flower beds and steps
412 Edgecliff Road
SP 61347; SP 81685
Local
490
Woollahra
Edgecliff Gardens— residential flat building and interiors
414 Edgecliff Road
SP 32026
Local
491
Woollahra
Woollahra Public School—buildings comprising 1877 hall and 1899 classrooms and interiors
Forth Street
Lots 1–6, DP 795238
Local
493
Woollahra
Fire Station and interiors
2 Forth Street
Lot 1, DP 194682
Local
492
Woollahra
“Fearnan”—house, interiors and grounds
16 Fullerton Street
Lot 3, DP 68546
Local
494
Woollahra
“Westbourne”—house and interiors, outbuildings, front fencing—Jersey Road heritage item group (see also 19, 21 and 23 Jersey Road)
17 Jersey Road
Lots 3–5, Section C, DP 12; Lot 1, DP 73658
Local
495
Woollahra
Selby House—house and interiors, stables and grounds—Jersey Road heritage item group (see also 17, 21 and 23 Jersey Road)
19 Jersey Road
Lot 1, DP 83426
Local
496
Woollahra
“Orama”—house and interiors, stables and grounds—Jersey Road heritage item group (see also 17, 19 and 23 Jersey Road)
21 Jersey Road
Lot 21, DP 793311
Local
497
Woollahra
“Runnymede”—house and interiors, grounds, front garden and fencing, 2 Norfolk Island Pines—Jersey Road heritage item group (see also 17, 19 and 21 Jersey Road)
23 Jersey Road
Lot 1, DP 741084
Local
498
Woollahra
Former Uniting Church—church building and interiors, street fencing
109A Jersey Road, south-east corner of Moncur Street
SP 65667
Local
500
Woollahra
Building and interiors, sandstone retaining wall
250–290 Jersey Road
Lot 100, DP 773106
Local
499
Woollahra
House, interiors and grounds
5 Kilminster Lane
Lot 2, DP 631693
Local
501
Woollahra
House, interiors and grounds
20 Milton Avenue
Lot 1, DP 616097
Local
502
Woollahra
Building and interiors
28 Moncur Street
Lot 2, DP 554492
Local
503
Woollahra
“Brougham”—building and interiors, grounds (also known as 118A Wallis Street)
4A Nelson Street
Lot 3, DP 1150167
Local
504
Woollahra
Building and interiors
21A Nelson Street
Lot 4, DP 206105
Local
505
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
22 Nelson Street
Lot 1, DP 177253
Local
506
Woollahra
Montefiores Private Hospital—19th Century building and interiors, front garden, retaining walls, gate posts excluding later extension
23 Nelson Street
Lots 3–4, DP 65215
Local
507
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
24 Nelson Street
Lot 1, DP 178513
Local
508
Woollahra
Gateposts and gates, on the Nelson Street frontage from former estate Apheta
25 Nelson Street
Lot 1, DP 878126
Local
511
Woollahra
2 Kaffir Plum trees from former estate Apheta
25A Nelson Street
Lot 2, DP 878126
Local
509
Woollahra
“Apheta”—building including original internal fabric, set of steps to the north-east of the building
25B Nelson Street
Lot 3, DP 878126
Local
510
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
26 Nelson Street
Lot 1, DP 177264
Local
512
Woollahra
“Larissa”—building including original internal fabric
27 Nelson Street
Lot A, DP 341924
Local
513
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
28 Nelson Street
Lot 5, DP 227056
Local
514
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
30 Nelson Street
Lot 4, DP 227056
Local
515
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
32 Nelson Street
Lot 3, DP 227056
Local
516
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
34 Nelson Street
Lot 2, DP 227056
Local
517
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
36 Nelson Street
Lot 1, DP 227056
Local
518
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
Ocean Street, corner of Queen Street
Road reserve
Local
539
Woollahra
Emmanuel Synagogue— synagogue complex of buildings, interiors and grounds (including Moreton Bay Fig)
7–9 Ocean Street
Lot 8, DP 18228; Lot 1, DP 189813; Lot 1, DP 206058; Lot 3, DP 189813; Lot 4, DP 189813
Local
519
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
27 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 183908
Local
520
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
29 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 663494
Local
521
Woollahra
Building and interiors
31 Ocean Street
Lot 2, DP 212959
Local
522
Woollahra
Building and interiors
33 Ocean Street
Lots 1 and 3, DP 212959
Local
523
Woollahra
St. Columba Uniting Church—church and interiors
53A Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 794868
Local
524
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
55 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 583123
Local
525
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
57 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 737878
Local
526
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
59 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 79967
Local
527
Woollahra
House and interiors, front gardens and fencing
61 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 198735
Local
528
Woollahra
House and interiors
73 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 77752
Local
529
Woollahra
“Icilus”—house and interiors, front garden and fencing
75 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 73799
Local
530
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
76 Ocean Street
Part SP 16939
Local
531
Woollahra
“Wallangra”—house and interiors
77 Ocean Street
SP 33189
Local
532
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
78 Ocean Street
Part SP 16939
Local
533
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
80 Ocean Street
Lot 6, DP 717022
Local
534
Woollahra
House and interiors, front garden, retaining wall and fencing
81 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 66763
Local
535
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
82 Ocean Street
Lot 5, DP 717022
Local
536
Woollahra
All Saints Anglican Church—church and interiors, grounds, front garden, retaining wall and fencing
85 Ocean Street
Lot 1, DP 1050919
Local
537
Woollahra
Building and interiors (former Council Chambers), and grounds including Euroka Reserve
90 and 90A Ocean Street
Lots A and B, DP 89013
Local
538
Woollahra
Terrace building and interiors
20 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 913650
Local
540
Woollahra
Terrace building and interiors
22 Queen Street
Lot 2 DP 913650
Local
541
Woollahra
Terrace building and interiors
24 Queen Street
Lot 3, DP 913650
Local
542
Woollahra
Terrace building and interiors
26 Queen Street
Lot 4, DP 913650
Local
543
Woollahra
Building and interiors, front fencing
28 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 446819
Local
544
Woollahra
Building and interiors
32 Queen Street
Lot 89, Section B, DP 12
Local
545
Woollahra
Terrace building and interiors
34 Queen Street
Lot 88, Section B, DP 12
Local
546
Woollahra
Building and interiors
36–40 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 165023
Local
547
Woollahra
Building and interiors
42–44 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 191221
Local
548
Woollahra
Building and interiors
46 Queen Street
Lot 83, Section B, DP 12
Local
549
Woollahra
Building and interiors
48 Queen Street
Lot 82, Section B, DP 12
Local
550
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
50 Queen Street
Lot A, DP 442592
Local
551
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
52 Queen Street
Lot B, DP 442592
Local
552
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
54 Queen Street
Lot C, DP 442592
Local
553
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
56 Queen Street
Lot D, DP 442592
Local
554
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
58 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 169828
Local
555
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
60 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 301346
Local
556
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
62 Queen Street
Lot 76, DP 446820
Local
557
Woollahra
Building and interiors
64 Queen Street
Lot 75, Section B, DP 12
Local
558
Woollahra
Building and interiors
66 Queen Street
Lot 74, Section B, DP 12
Local
559
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
68 Queen Street
Lot 73, Section B, DP 12
Local
560
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
70 Queen Street
Lot 72, Section B, DP 12
Local
561
Woollahra
Building and interiors
72 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 956671; Lot 1, DP 956672
Local
562
Woollahra
Building and interiors
74 Queen Street
Lot 3, DP 1041129
Local
563
Woollahra
Building and interiors
76 Queen Street
Lot 2, DP 1041129
Local
564
Woollahra
Building and interiors
78 Queen Street,
Lot 1, DP 1041129
Local
565
Woollahra
Former Post Office building and interiors
97 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 119261; Lot 26, DP 12
Local
566
Woollahra
Building and interiors
101 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 718104
Local
567
Woollahra
House and interiors
115 Queen Street
Lot 115, DP 1108151
Local
568
Woollahra
Woollahra Hotel and interiors
116 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 431271
Local
569
Woollahra
St. Kevin’s—house and interiors, front garden and fencing, trees
117 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 588692
Local
570
Woollahra
House and interiors
119 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 542090
Local
571
Woollahra
Building and interiors, front fencing
123 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 541518
Local
572
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, street fencing
139 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 170674
Local
573
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
141 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 170673
Local
574
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
143 Queen Street
Lot 5, DP 189813
Local
575
Woollahra
“Marathon”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
145 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 326218
Local
576
Woollahra
“Arabella”—terrace house and interiors
147 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 321225
Local
577
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
147A Queen Street
Lot 2, DP 501159
Local
578
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front fencing
147B Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 501159
Local
579
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
149 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 246615
Local
580
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors
151 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 317846
Local
581
Woollahra
Latona—building and interiors
153 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 319694
Local
582
Woollahra
The Grove group—four cottages and interiors, landscaped accessway, front fencing
1/153A, 2/153A, 3/153A, 4/153A, 4A/153A Queen Street (also known as 1–4 The Grove)
Lot 100, DP 815044; Lot 1, DP 184125; Lot 1, DP 168261; Lot 1, DP 569504; Lots 21 and 22, DP 1022279
Local
583
Woollahra
“Libya”—terrace house and interiors, front fencing
155 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 168868
Local
584
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
157 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 169816
Local
585
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, outbuildings
159 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 577699
Local
586
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
161 Queen Street
Lot 2, DP 577699
Local
587
Woollahra
Building and interiors
170 Queen Street
Lot 2, DP 200733
Local
588
Woollahra
Building and interiors
172 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 175250
Local
589
Woollahra
Cottage and interiors, front fencing
178 Queen Street
Lot 6, DP 110025
Local
590
Woollahra
Cottage and interiors
180 Queen Street
Lot 7, DP 11025
Local
591
Woollahra
Cottage and interiors, front fencing
182 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 167316
Local
592
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
184 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 178937
Local
593
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
186 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 724124
Local
594
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front garden and fencing
188 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 105906
Local
595
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors, front garden and fencing
190 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 177632
Local
596
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
192 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 176331
Local
597
Woollahra
Semi-detached house and interiors
194 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 308470
Local
598
Woollahra
House and interiors
196 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 177844
Local
599
Woollahra
The former schoolhouse and interiors, being an outbuilding at the rear of the property
198 Queen Street
Lot 1, DP 178026
Local
600
Woollahra
London Plane Trees— approx. 35 trees
Rosemont Avenue (within road reserve)
Road reserve
Local
605
Woollahra
“Lenana”—residential flat building and interiors, iron gateposts and gates
1 Rosemont Avenue
SP 1389
Local
601
Woollahra
Lyndhurst Gardens— residential flat building and interiors, forecourt
3 Rosemont Avenue
SP 11682
Local
602
Woollahra
“Rosemont”—house and interiors, outbuildings, gardens
14 Rosemont Avenue
Lot 2, DP 554201
State
603
Woollahra
“Gowrie”—residential flat building and interiors
26 Rosemont Avenue
Lot 1, DP 330825
Local
604
Woollahra
“Hawthornden”—house and interiors, gardens, gateposts, gates, Bunya Pine
6–12 Roslyndale Avenue
Lot 100, DP 738428
Local
606
Woollahra
Struan Lodge—house and interiors
14 Roslyndale Avenue
Lot 101, DP 738428
Local
607
Woollahra
“Roslyndale”—house and interiors, fence
38 Roslyndale Avenue
Lot 1, DP 662915
Local
608
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
2 Spicer Street
Lot A, DP 110671
Local
609
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
4 Spicer Street
Lot B, DP 110671
Local
610
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
6 Spicer Street
Lot 1, DP 111849
Local
611
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
8 Spicer Street
Lot 19, Section 1, DP 1137384
Local
612
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
10 Spicer Street
Lot B, DP 447493
Local
613
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
12 Spicer Street
Lot A, DP 447493
Local
614
Woollahra
The Grove group—four cottages and interiors, landscaped accessway, front fencing
1–4 The Grove (also known as 1/153A, 2/153A, 3/153A, 4/153A, 4A/153A Queen Street)
Lot 100, DP 815044; Lot 1, DP 184125; Lot 1, DP 168261; Lot 1, DP 569504; Lots 21 and 22, DP 1022279
Local
583
Woollahra
Building and interiors, street fencing
1 Trelawney Street (also known as 388 Edgecliff Road)
SP 47705
Local
488
Woollahra
Kauri Pine
2 Trelawney Street
Lot 2, DP 105468
Local
615
Woollahra
Great Tree—house and interiors, street fencing
7 Trelawney Street
Lot 4, DP 996794
Local
616
Woollahra
House and interiors, front fencing
12 Victoria Avenue
Lot 100, DP 116739
Local
617
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
1 Waimea Avenue
Lot 2, DP 246615
Local
618
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
2 Waimea Avenue
Lot 1, DP 207436
Local
619
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
3 Waimea Avenue
Lot 3, DP 246615
Local
620
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
4 Waimea Avenue
Lot 2, DP 207436
Local
621
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
5 Waimea Avenue
Lot 4, DP 246615
Local
622
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
6 Waimea Avenue
Lot 3, DP 207436
Local
623
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
7 Waimea Avenue
Lot 5, DP 246615
Local
624
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
8 Waimea Avenue
Lot 4, DP 207436
Local
625
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
9 Waimea Avenue
Lot 6, DP 246615
Local
626
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
10 Waimea Avenue
Lot 5, DP 207436
Local
627
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
11 Waimea Avenue
Lot 7, DP 246615
Local
628
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
12 Waimea Avenue
Lot 6, DP 207436
Local
629
Woollahra
Hellen Keller House (formerly Waimea)— house and interiors, grounds, trees
14 Waimea Avenue
Lot 100, DP 828991
State
630
Woollahra
House and interiors
2 Wallaroy Road
Lot C, DP 328186
Local
631
Woollahra
House and interiors
42 Wallaroy Road
Lot 3, DP 329500
Local
632
Woollahra
Kauri Pine
66 Wallaroy Road
Lot 10, DP 236631
Local
633
Woollahra
House and interiors, front garden and retaining wall
67 Wallaroy Road
Lot 2, DP 326017
Local
634
Woollahra
“Glen Rhoda”—house and interiors, front garden, fencing, Cook Pine, Norfolk Island Pine
71 Wallaroy Road
Lot 1, DP 183967; Lot 3, DP 15485
Local
635
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
75 Wallaroy Road
Lot B, DP 331923
Local
636
Woollahra
Sandstone carved gateposts to Woods Avenue
Wallis Street
Road reserve
Local
649
Woollahra
House, interiors and grounds
10 Wallis Street
Lot 12, DP 738258
Local
637
Woollahra
“Tralawera”— semi-detached house, interiors and grounds—Wallis Street heritage item group (see also 86 Wallis Street)
84 Wallis Street
Lot 1, DP 771174
Local
638
Woollahra
“Dela Kaba”— semi-detached house, interiors and grounds—Wallis Street heritage item group (see also 84 Wallis Street)
86 Wallis Street
Lot 2, DP 771174
Local
639
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
102 Wallis Street
Lot 19, DP 248440
Local
640
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
104 Wallis Street
Lot 18, DP 248440
Local
641
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
106 Wallis Street
Lot 17, DP 248440
Local
642
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
108 Wallis Street
Lot 16, DP 248440
Local
643
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
110 Wallis Street
Lot 13, DP 248440
Local
644
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
112 Wallis Street
Lot 12, DP 248440
Local
645
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
114 Wallis Street
Lot 11, DP 248440
Local
646
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
116 Wallis Street
Lot 10, DP 248440
Local
647
Woollahra
2 Norfolk Island pines, and grounds associated with Brougham (at 118A Wallis Street)
118 Wallis Street
SP 61424
Local
648
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
Wallis Street (within road reserve opposite 118 Wallis Street)
Road reserve
Local
650
Woollahra
“Brougham”—building, interiors and grounds (also known as 4A Nelson Street)
118A Wallis Street
Lot 3, DP 1150167
Local
504
Woollahra
“Dilbhor”—house and interiors
6 Wellington Street
Lot 4, DP 319974
Local
651
Woollahra
House and interiors, gardens, front fencing
11 Wellington Street
Lot B, DP 342453
Local
652
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
1 Woods Avenue
Lot 1, DP 514214
Local
653
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
1A Woods Avenue
Lot 15, DP 248440
Local
654
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
2 Woods Avenue
Lot 2, DP 514214
Local
655
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
3 Woods Avenue
Lot 3, DP 514214
Local
656
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
4 Woods Avenue
Lot 4, DP 514214
Local
657
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
5 Woods Avenue
Lot 2, DP 206681
Local
658
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
6 Woods Avenue
Lot 1, DP 206681
Local
659
Woollahra
Norfolk Island Pine
10 Woods Avenue
Lot 101, DP 828991
Local
660
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
11 Woods Avenue
Lot 2, DP 248440
Local
661
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
12 Woods Avenue
Lot 3, DP 248440
Local
662
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
13 Woods Avenue
Lot 4, DP 248440
Local
663
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
14 Woods Avenue
Lot 5, DP 248440
Local
664
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
15 Woods Avenue
Lot 6, DP 248440
Local
665
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
16 Woods Avenue
Lot 7, DP 248440
Local
666
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
17 Woods Avenue
Lot 8, DP 248440
Local
667
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
18 Woods Avenue
Lot 9, DP 248440
Local
668
Woollahra
Terrace house and interiors, front fencing
19 Woods Avenue
Lot 14, DP 248440
Local
669
Part 2 Heritage conservation areas
Suburb
Name of heritage conservation area
Significance
Item no
Bellevue Hill
Aston Gardens
Local
C1
Bellevue Hill
Victoria Road
Local
C2
Darling Point
Darling Point Road
Local
C3
Darling Point
Etham Avenue
Local
C4
Darling Point
Loftus Road and Mona Road
Local
C5
Darling Point
Mona Road
Local
C6
Double Bay
Transvaal Avenue
Local
C7
Paddington, including parts of Woollahra and Edgecliff
Paddington
Local
C8
Rose Bay
Balfour Road
Local
C9
Rose Bay
Beresford Estate
Local
C10
Rose Bay
Kent Road
Local
C11
Rose Bay
Rose Bay Gardens Estate
Local
C12
Vaucluse
Bell Street
Local
C13
Watsons Bay
Watsons Bay
Local
C14
Woollahra
Woollahra
Local
C15
Part 3 Archaeological sites
Suburb
Site name
Address
Property description
Significance
Item no
Darling Point
Fence, gates and foundation remains of former house Canonbury, located within McKell Park (see also listing under Part 1—Heritage items)
159 Darling Point Road
Lot 7051, DP 93654; Lot 1553, DP 752011
Local
A1
Double Bay
Double Bay Compressed Air Ejector Station
Cross Street, corner Jamberoo Lane
Lot 1, DP 137217
State
A2
Rose Bay
Emma’s Well
New South Head Road, below entrance ramp to No 899
Road reserve
Local
A3
Vaucluse
Steele (Shark) Point Battery, and associated underground remains (see also listing under Part 1—Heritage items)
Steele (Shark) Point
Lots 1–3, DP 607550
Local
A4
Vaucluse
Strickland House— building known as Carrara and interiors, the stables and interiors, sandstone wharf remains at Milk Beach, additional buildings and interiors, gardens and grounds, former quarry and former Porter’s Lodge site (see also listing under Part 1—Heritage items)
52 Vaucluse Road
Lot 1, DP 34388
State
A5
Watsons Bay
Cobbled sandstone road archaeology
Cliff St, within road reservation
Road reserve
Local
A6
sch 5: Am 2015 No 58, Sch 2.29.
Dictionary
(Clause 1.4)
Aboriginal object means any deposit, object or other material evidence (not being a handicraft made for sale) relating to the Aboriginal habitation of an area of New South Wales, being habitation before or concurrent with (or both) the occupation of that area by persons of non-Aboriginal extraction, and includes Aboriginal remains.
Aboriginal place of heritage significance means an area of land, the general location of which is identified in an Aboriginal heritage study adopted by the Council after public exhibition and that may be shown on the Heritage Map, that is:
(a)  the site of one or more Aboriginal objects or a place that has the physical remains of pre-European occupation by, or is of contemporary significance to, the Aboriginal people. It may (but need not) include items and remnants of the occupation of the land by Aboriginal people, such as burial places, engraving sites, rock art, midden deposits, scarred and sacred trees and sharpening grooves, or
(b)  a natural Aboriginal sacred site or other sacred feature. It includes natural features such as creeks or mountains of long-standing cultural significance, as well as initiation, ceremonial or story places or areas of more contemporary cultural significance.
Note—
The term may include (but is not limited to) places that are declared under section 84 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 to be Aboriginal places for the purposes of that Act.
acid sulfate soils means naturally occurring sediments and soils containing iron sulfides (principally pyrite) or their precursors or oxidation products, whose exposure to oxygen leads to the generation of sulfuric acid (for example, by drainage or excavation).
Acid Sulfate Soils Manual means the manual by that name published by the Acid Sulfate Soils Management Advisory Committee and made publicly available.
advertisement has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
The term is defined as a sign, notice, device or representation in the nature of an advertisement visible from any public place or public reserve or from any navigable water.
advertising structure has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
The term is defined as a structure used or to be used principally for the display of an advertisement.
Advertising structures are a type of signage—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
affordable housing has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
The term is defined as housing for very low income households, low income households or moderate income households, being such households as are prescribed by the regulations or as are provided for in an environmental planning instrument.
agricultural produce industry means a building or place used for the handling, treating, processing or packing, for commercial purposes, of produce from agriculture (including dairy products, seeds, fruit, vegetables or other plant material), and includes wineries, flour mills, cotton seed oil plants, cotton gins, feed mills, cheese and butter factories, and juicing or canning plants, but does not include a livestock processing industry.
Note—
Agricultural produce industries are a type of rural industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
agriculture means any of the following:
(a)  aquaculture,
(b)  extensive agriculture,
(c)  intensive livestock agriculture,
(d)  intensive plant agriculture.
Note—
Part 6 of the Plantations and Reafforestation Act 1999 provides that exempt farm forestry within the meaning of that Act is not subject to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
air transport facility means an airport or a heliport that is not part of an airport, and includes associated communication and air traffic control facilities or structures.
airport means a place that is used for the landing, taking off, parking, maintenance or repair of aeroplanes, and includes associated buildings, installations, facilities and movement areas and any heliport that is part of the airport.
Note—
Airports are a type of air transport facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
airstrip means a single runway for the landing, taking off or parking of aeroplanes for private aviation only, but does not include an airport, heliport or helipad.
amusement centre means a building or place (not being part of a pub or registered club) used principally for playing:
(a)  billiards, pool or other like games, or
(b)  electronic or mechanical amusement devices, such as pinball machines, computer or video games and the like.
animal boarding or training establishment means a building or place used for the breeding, boarding, training, keeping or caring of animals for commercial purposes (other than for the agistment of horses), and includes any associated riding school or ancillary veterinary hospital.
aquaculture has the same meaning as in the Fisheries Management Act 1994.
Note—
Aquaculture is a type of agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
archaeological site means a place that contains one or more relics.
attached dwelling means a building containing 3 or more dwellings, where:
(a)  each dwelling is attached to another dwelling by a common wall, and
(b)  each of the dwellings is on its own lot of land, and
(c)  none of the dwellings is located above any part of another dwelling.
Note—
Attached dwellings are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
attic means any habitable space, but not a separate dwelling, contained wholly within a roof above the ceiling line of the storey immediately below, except for minor elements such as dormer windows and the like.
backpackers’ accommodation means a building or place that:
(a)  provides temporary or short-term accommodation on a commercial basis, and
(b)  has shared facilities, such as a communal bathroom, kitchen or laundry, and
(c)  provides accommodation on a bed or dormitory-style basis (rather than by room).
Note—
Backpackers’ accommodation is a type of tourist and visitor accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
basement means the space of a building where the floor level of that space is predominantly below ground level (existing) and where the floor level of the storey immediately above is less than 1 metre above ground level (existing).
bed and breakfast accommodation means an existing dwelling in which temporary or short-term accommodation is provided on a commercial basis by the permanent residents of the dwelling and where:
(a)  meals are provided for guests only, and
(b)  cooking facilities for the preparation of meals are not provided within guests’ rooms, and
(c)  dormitory-style accommodation is not provided.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the number of bedrooms for bed and breakfast accommodation.
Bed and breakfast accommodation is a type of tourist and visitor accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
bee keeping means a building or place used for the keeping and breeding of bees for commercial purposes.
Note—
Bee keeping is a type of extensive agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
biodiversity means biological diversity.
biological diversity has the same meaning as in the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
biological diversity means the diversity of life and is made up of the following 3 components:
(a)  genetic diversity—the variety of genes (or units of heredity) in any population,
(b)  species diversity—the variety of species,
(c)  ecosystem diversity—the variety of communities or ecosystems.
biosolids treatment facility means a building or place used as a facility for the treatment of biosolids from a sewage treatment plant or from a water recycling facility.
Note—
Biosolids treatment facilities are a type of sewerage system—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
boarding house means a building that:
(a)  is wholly or partly let in lodgings, and
(b)  provides lodgers with a principal place of residence for 3 months or more, and
(c)  may have shared facilities, such as a communal living room, bathroom, kitchen or laundry, and
(d)  has rooms, some or all of which may have private kitchen and bathroom facilities, that accommodate one or more lodgers,
but does not include backpackers’ accommodation, a group home, hotel or motel accommodation, seniors housing or a serviced apartment.
Note—
Boarding houses are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
boat building and repair facility means any facility (including a building or other structure) used primarily for the construction, maintenance or repair of boats, whether or not including the storage, sale or hire of boats, but does not include a marina or boat shed.
boat launching ramp means a structure designed primarily for the launching of trailer borne recreational vessels, and includes associated car parking facilities.
boat shed means a building or other structure used for the storage and routine maintenance of a boat or boats and that is associated with a private dwelling or non-profit organisation, and includes any skid used in connection with the building or other structure.
brothel has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
This definition is relevant to the definitions of home occupation (sex services) and sex services premises in this Dictionary.
building has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
The term is defined to include part of a building and any structure or part of a structure, but not including a manufactured home, a moveable dwelling or associated structure (or part of a manufactured home, moveable dwelling or associated structure).
building height (or height of building) means:
(a)  in relation to the height of a building in metres—the vertical distance from ground level (existing) to the highest point of the building, or
(b)  in relation to the RL of a building—the vertical distance from the Australian Height Datum to the highest point of the building,
including plant and lift overruns, but excluding communication devices, antennae, satellite dishes, masts, flagpoles, chimneys, flues and the like.
building identification sign means a sign that identifies or names a building and that may include the name of a building, the street name and number of a building, and a logo or other symbol but does not include general advertising of products, goods or services.
Note—
Building identification signs are a type of signage—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
building line or setback means the horizontal distance between the property boundary or other stated boundary (measured at 90 degrees from the boundary) and:
(a)  a building wall, or
(b)  the outside face of any balcony, deck or the like, or
(c)  the supporting posts of a carport or verandah roof,
whichever distance is the shortest.
bulky goods premises means a building or place the principal purpose of which is the sale, hire or display of bulky goods, being goods that are of such size or weight as to require:
(a)  a large area for handling, display or storage, and
(b)  direct vehicular access to the site of the building or place by members of the public for the purpose of loading or unloading such goods into or from their vehicles after purchase or hire,
and including goods such as floor and window supplies, furniture, household electrical goods, equestrian supplies and swimming pools, but does not include a building or place used for the sale of foodstuffs or clothing unless their sale is ancillary to the sale or hire or display of bulky goods.
Note—
Bulky goods premises are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
bush fire hazard reduction work has the same meaning as in the Rural Fires Act 1997.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
bush fire hazard reduction work means:
(a)  the establishment or maintenance of fire breaks on land, and
(b)  the controlled application of appropriate fire regimes or other means for the reduction or modification of available fuels within a predetermined area to mitigate against the spread of a bush fire,
but does not include construction of a track, trail or road.
bush fire prone land has the same meaning as in the Act.
Note—
The term is defined, in relation to an area, as land recorded for the time being as bush fire prone land on a map for the area certified as referred to in section 146 (2) of the Act.
bush fire risk management plan means a plan prepared under Division 4 of Part 3 of the Rural Fires Act 1997 for the purpose referred to in section 54 of that Act.
business identification sign means a sign:
(a)  that indicates:
(i)  the name of the person or business, and
(ii)  the nature of the business carried on by the person at the premises or place at which the sign is displayed, and
(b)  that may include the address of the premises or place and a logo or other symbol that identifies the business,
but that does not contain any advertising relating to a person who does not carry on business at the premises or place.
Note—
Business identification signs are a type of signage—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
business premises means a building or place at or on which:
(a)  an occupation, profession or trade (other than an industry) is carried on for the provision of services directly to members of the public on a regular basis, or
(b)  a service is provided directly to members of the public on a regular basis,
and includes a funeral home and, without limitation, premises such as banks, post offices, hairdressers, dry cleaners, travel agencies, internet access facilities, betting agencies and the like, but does not include an entertainment facility, home business, home occupation, home occupation (sex services), medical centre, restricted premises, sex services premises or veterinary hospital.
Note—
Business premises are a type of commercial premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
camping ground means an area of land that has access to communal amenities and on which campervans or tents, annexes or other similar portable and lightweight temporary shelters are, or are to be, installed, erected or placed for short term use, but does not include a caravan park.
canal estate development means development that incorporates wholly or in part a constructed canal, or other waterway or waterbody, that is inundated by or drains to a natural waterway or natural waterbody by surface water or groundwater movement (not being works of drainage, or for the supply or treatment of water, that are constructed by or with the authority of a person or body responsible for those functions and that are limited to the minimal reasonable size and capacity to meet a demonstrated need for the works), and that either:
(a)  includes the construction of dwellings (which may include tourist and visitor accommodation) of a kind other than, or in addition to:
(i)  dwellings that are permitted on rural land, and
(ii)  dwellings that are used for caretaker or staff purposes, or
(b)  requires the use of a sufficient depth of fill material to raise the level of all or part of that land on which the dwellings are (or are proposed to be) located in order to comply with requirements relating to residential development on flood prone land.
car park means a building or place primarily used for the purpose of parking motor vehicles, including any manoeuvring space and access thereto, whether operated for gain or not.
caravan park means land (including a camping ground) on which caravans (or caravans and other moveable dwellings) are, or are to be, installed or placed.
catchment action plan has the same meaning as in the Catchment Management Authorities Act 2003.
Note—
The term is defined as a catchment action plan of an authority that has been approved by the Minister under Part 4 of the Catchment Management Authorities Act 2003.
cellar door premises means a building or place that is used to sell wine by retail and that is situated on land on which there is a commercial vineyard, and where most of the wine offered for sale is produced in a winery situated on that land or is produced predominantly from grapes grown in the surrounding area.
Note—
Cellar door premises are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
cemetery means a building or place used primarily for the interment of deceased persons or pets or their ashes, whether or not it contains an associated building for conducting memorial services.
charter and tourism boating facility means any facility (including a building or other structure) used for charter boating or tourism boating purposes, being a facility that is used only by the operators of the facility and that has a direct structural connection between the foreshore and the waterway, but does not include a marina.
child care centre means a building or place used for the supervision and care of children that:
(a)  provides long day care, pre-school care, occasional child care or out-of-school-hours care, and
(b)  does not provide overnight accommodation for children other than those related to the owner or operator of the centre,
but does not include:
(c)  a building or place used for home-based child care, or
(d)  an out-of-home care service provided by an agency or organisation accredited by the Children’s Guardian, or
(e)  a baby-sitting, playgroup or child-minding service that is organised informally by the parents of the children concerned, or
(f)  a service provided for fewer than 5 children (disregarding any children who are related to the person providing the service) at the premises at which at least one of the children resides, being a service that is not advertised, or
(g)  a regular child-minding service that is provided in connection with a recreational or commercial facility (such as a gymnasium), by or on behalf of the person conducting the facility, to care for children while the children’s parents are using the facility, or
(h)  a service that is concerned primarily with the provision of:
(i)  lessons or coaching in, or providing for participation in, a cultural, recreational, religious or sporting activity, or
(ii)  private tutoring, or
(i)  a school, or
(j)  a service provided at exempt premises (within the meaning of Chapter 12 of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998), such as hospitals, but only if the service is established, registered or licensed as part of the institution operating on those premises.
classified road has the same meaning as in the Roads Act 1993.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
classified road means any of the following:
(a)  a main road,
(b)  a highway,
(c)  a freeway,
(d)  a controlled access road,
(e)  a secondary road,
(f)  a tourist road,
(g)  a tollway,
(h)  a transitway,
(i)  a State work.
(See Roads Act 1993 for meanings of these terms.)
clearing native vegetation has the same meaning as in the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
clearing native vegetation means any one or more of the following:
(a)  cutting down, felling, thinning, logging or removing native vegetation,
(b)  killing, destroying, poisoning, ringbarking, uprooting or burning native vegetation.
(See Division 3 of Part 3 of the Native Vegetation Act 2003 for the exclusion of routine agricultural management and other farming activities from constituting the clearing of native vegetation if the landholder can establish that any clearing was carried out for the purpose of those activities.)
coastal foreshore means land with frontage to a beach, estuary, coastal lake, headland, cliff or rock platform.
coastal hazard has the same meaning as in the Coastal Protection Act 1979.
coastal lake means a body of water specified in Schedule 1 to State Environmental Planning Policy No 71—Coastal Protection.
coastal protection works has the same meaning as in the Coastal Protection Act 1979.
coastal waters of the State—see section 58 of the Interpretation Act 1987.
coastal zone has the same meaning as in the Coastal Protection Act 1979.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
coastal zone means:
(a)  the area within the coastal waters of the State as defined in Part 10 of the Interpretation Act 1987 (including any land within those waters), and
(b)  the area of land and the waters that lie between the western boundary of the coastal zone (as shown on the maps outlining the coastal zone) and the landward boundary of the coastal waters of the State, and
(c)  the seabed (if any) and the subsoil beneath, and the airspace above, the areas referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b).
The coastal zone consists of the area between the western boundary of the coastal zone shown on the maps outlining the coastal zone and the outermost boundary of the coastal waters of the State. The coastal waters of the State extend, generally, to 3 nautical miles from the coastline of the State.
commercial premises means any of the following:
(a)  business premises,
(b)  office premises,
(c)  retail premises.
community facility means a building or place:
(a)  owned or controlled by a public authority or non-profit community organisation, and
(b)  used for the physical, social, cultural or intellectual development or welfare of the community,
but does not include an educational establishment, hospital, retail premises, place of public worship or residential accommodation.
community land has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
correctional centre means:
(a)  any premises declared to be a correctional centre by a proclamation in force under section 225 of the Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Act 1999, including any juvenile correctional centre or periodic detention centre, and
(b)  any premises declared to be a detention centre by an order in force under section 5 (1) of the Children (Detention Centres) Act 1987,
but does not include any police station or court cell complex in which a person is held in custody in accordance with any Act.
Council means the Woollahra Municipal Council.
crematorium means a building in which deceased persons or pets are cremated, whether or not it contains an associated building for conducting memorial services.
Crown reserve means:
(a)  a reserve within the meaning of Part 5 of the Crown Lands Act 1989, or
(b)  a common within the meaning of the Commons Management Act 1989, or
(c)  lands within the meaning of the Trustees of Schools of Arts Enabling Act 1902,
but does not include land that forms any part of a reserve under Part 5 of the Crown Lands Act 1989 provided for accommodation.
curtilage, in relation to a heritage item or conservation area, means the area of land (including land covered by water) surrounding a heritage item, a heritage conservation area, or building, work or place within a heritage conservation area, that contributes to its heritage significance.
dairy (pasture-based) means a dairy that is conducted on a commercial basis where the only restriction facilities present are milking sheds and holding yards and where cattle are constrained for no more than 10 hours in any 24 hour period (excluding during any period of drought or similar emergency relief).
Note—
Dairies (pasture-based) are a type of extensive agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
dairy (restricted) means a dairy that is conducted on a commercial basis where restriction facilities (in addition to milking sheds and holding yards) are present and where cattle have access to grazing for less than 10 hours in any 24 hour period (excluding during any period of drought or similar emergency relief). It may comprise the whole or part of a restriction facility.
Note—
Dairies (restricted) are a type of intensive livestock agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
demolish, in relation to a heritage item or an Aboriginal object, or a building, work, relic or tree within a heritage conservation area, means wholly or partly destroy, dismantle or deface the heritage item, Aboriginal object or building, work, relic or tree.
depot means a building or place used for the storage (but not sale or hire) of plant, machinery or other goods (that support the operations of an existing undertaking) when not required for use, but does not include a farm building.
drainage means any activity that intentionally alters the hydrological regime of any locality by facilitating the removal of surface or ground water. It may include the construction, deepening, extending, opening, installation or laying of any canal, drain or pipe, either on the land or in such a manner as to encourage drainage of adjoining land.
dual occupancy means a dual occupancy (attached) or a dual occupancy (detached).
Note—
Dual occupancies are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
dual occupancy (attached) means 2 dwellings on one lot of land that are attached to each other, but does not include a secondary dwelling.
Note—
Dual occupancies (attached) are a type of dual occupancy—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
dual occupancy (detached) means 2 detached dwellings on one lot of land, but does not include a secondary dwelling.
Note—
Dual occupancies (detached) are a type of dual occupancy—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
dwelling means a room or suite of rooms occupied or used or so constructed or adapted as to be capable of being occupied or used as a separate domicile.
dwelling house means a building containing only one dwelling.
Note—
Dwelling houses are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
earthworks means excavation or filling.
ecologically sustainable development has the same meaning as in the Act.
eco-tourist facility means a building or place that:
(a)  provides temporary or short-term accommodation to visitors on a commercial basis, and
(b)  is located in or adjacent to an area with special ecological or cultural features, and
(c)  is sensitively designed and located so as to minimise bulk, scale and overall physical footprint and any ecological or visual impact.
It may include facilities that are used to provide information or education to visitors and to exhibit or display items.
Note—
See clause 5.13 for requirements in relation to the granting of development consent for eco-tourist facilities.
Eco-tourist facilities are not a type of tourist and visitor accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
educational establishment means a building or place used for education (including teaching), being:
(a)  a school, or
(b)  a tertiary institution, including a university or a TAFE establishment, that provides formal education and is constituted by or under an Act.
electricity generating works means a building or place used for the purpose of making or generating electricity.
emergency services facility means a building or place (including a helipad) used in connection with the provision of emergency services by an emergency services organisation.
emergency services organisation means any of the following:
(a)  Ambulance Service of New South Wales,
(b)  Fire and Rescue NSW,
(c)  NSW Rural Fire Service,
(d)  NSW Police Force,
(e)  State Emergency Service,
(f)  New South Wales Volunteer Rescue Association Incorporated,
(g)  New South Wales Mines Rescue Brigade established under the Coal Industry Act 2001,
(h)  an accredited rescue unit within the meaning of the State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989.
entertainment facility means a theatre, cinema, music hall, concert hall, dance hall and the like, but does not include a pub or registered club.
environmental facility means a building or place that provides for the recreational use or scientific study of natural systems, and includes walking tracks, seating, shelters, board walks, observation decks, bird hides or the like, and associated display structures.
environmental protection works means works associated with the rehabilitation of land towards its natural state or any work to protect land from environmental degradation, and includes bush regeneration works, wetland protection works, erosion protection works, dune restoration works and the like, but does not include coastal protection works.
estuary has the same meaning as in the Water Management Act 2000.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
estuary means:
(a)  any part of a river whose level is periodically or intermittently affected by coastal tides, or
(b)  any lake or other partially enclosed body of water that is periodically or intermittently open to the sea, or
(c)  anything declared by the regulations (under the Water Management Act 2000) to be an estuary,
but does not include anything declared by the regulations (under the Water Management Act 2000) not to be an estuary.
excavation means the removal of soil or rock, whether moved to another part of the same site or to another site, but does not include garden landscaping that does not significantly alter the shape, natural form or drainage of the land.
exhibition home means a dwelling built for the purposes of the public exhibition and marketing of new dwellings, whether or not it is intended to be sold as a private dwelling after its use for those purposes is completed, and includes any associated sales or home finance office or place used for displays.
exhibition village means 2 or more exhibition homes and associated buildings and places used for house and land sales, site offices, advisory services, car parking, food and drink sales and other associated purposes.
extensive agriculture means any of the following:
(a)  the production of crops or fodder (including irrigated pasture and fodder crops) for commercial purposes,
(b)  the grazing of livestock for commercial purposes,
(c)  bee keeping,
(d)  a dairy (pasture-based).
Note—
Extensive agriculture is a type of agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
extractive industry means the winning or removal of extractive materials (otherwise than from a mine) by methods such as excavating, dredging, tunnelling or quarrying, including the storing, stockpiling or processing of extractive materials by methods such as recycling, washing, crushing, sawing or separating, but does not include turf farming.
Note—
Extractive industries are not a type of industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
extractive material means sand, soil, gravel, rock or similar substances that are not minerals within the meaning of the Mining Act 1992.
farm building means a structure the use of which is ancillary to an agricultural use of the landholding on which it is situated and includes a hay shed, stock holding yard, machinery shed, shearing shed, silo, storage tank, outbuilding or the like, but does not include a dwelling.
farm stay accommodation means a building or place that provides temporary or short-term accommodation to paying guests on a working farm as a secondary business to primary production.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the number of bedrooms.
Farm stay accommodation is a type of tourist and visitor accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
feedlot means a confined or restricted area that is operated on a commercial basis to rear and fatten cattle, sheep or other animals, fed (wholly or substantially) on prepared and manufactured feed, for the purpose of meat production or fibre products, but does not include a poultry farm, dairy or piggery.
Note—
Feedlots are a type of intensive livestock agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
fill means the depositing of soil, rock or other similar extractive material obtained from the same or another site, but does not include:
(a)  the depositing of topsoil or feature rock imported to the site that is intended for use in garden landscaping, turf or garden bed establishment or top dressing of lawns and that does not significantly alter the shape, natural form or drainage of the land, or
(b)  the use of land as a waste disposal facility.
filming means recording images (whether on film or video tape or electronically or by other means) for exhibition or broadcast (such as by cinema, television or the internet or by other means), but does not include:
(a)  still photography, or
(b)  recording images of a wedding ceremony or other private celebration or event principally for the purpose of making a record for the participants in the ceremony, celebration or event, or
(c)  recording images as a visitor or tourist for non-commercial purposes, or
(d)  recording for the immediate purposes of a television program that provides information by way of current affairs or daily news.
fish has the same meaning as in the Fisheries Management Act 1994.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
Definition of “fish”
(1)  
Fish means marine, estuarine or freshwater fish or other aquatic animal life at any stage of their life history (whether alive or dead).
(2)  
Fish includes:
(a)  oysters and other aquatic molluscs, and
(b)  crustaceans, and
(c)  echinoderms, and
(d)  beachworms and other aquatic polychaetes.
(3)  
Fish also includes any part of a fish.
(4)  
However, fish does not include whales, mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians or other things excluded from the definition by the regulations under the Fisheries Management Act 1994.
flood mitigation work means work designed and constructed for the express purpose of mitigating flood impacts. It involves changing the characteristics of flood behaviour to alter the level, location, volume, speed or timing of flood waters to mitigate flood impacts. Types of works may include excavation, construction or enlargement of any fill, wall, or levee that will alter riverine flood behaviour, local overland flooding, or tidal action so as to mitigate flood impacts.
floor space ratio—see clause 4.5.
food and drink premises means premises that are used for the preparation and retail sale of food or drink (or both) for immediate consumption on or off the premises, and includes any of the following:
(a)  a restaurant or cafe,
(b)  take away food and drink premises,
(c)  a pub,
(d)  a small bar.
Note—
Food and drink premises are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
forestry has the same meaning as forestry operations has for the purposes of Part 5A of the Forestry Act 2012.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
forestry operations means:
(a)  logging operations, namely, the cutting and removal of timber from land for the purpose of timber production, or
(b)  the harvesting of forest products, or
(c)  on-going forest management operations, namely, activities relating to the management of land for timber production such as thinning and other silvicultural activities such as bee-keeping, grazing and bush fire hazard reduction, or
(d)  ancillary road construction, namely, the provision of roads and fire trails, and the maintenance of existing railways, to enable or assist in the above operations.
freight transport facility means a facility used principally for the bulk handling of goods for transport by road, rail, air or sea, including any facility for the loading and unloading of vehicles, aircraft, vessels or containers used to transport those goods and for the parking, holding, servicing or repair of those vehicles, aircraft or vessels or for the engines or carriages involved.
function centre means a building or place used for the holding of events, functions, conferences and the like, and includes convention centres, exhibition centres and reception centres, but does not include an entertainment facility.
funeral home means premises that are used to arrange, conduct and cater for funerals and memorial services, whether or not the premises include facilities for the short-term storage, dressing and viewing of bodies of deceased persons.
Note—
Funeral homes are a type of business premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
garden centre means a building or place the principal purpose of which is the retail sale of plants and landscaping and gardening supplies and equipment. It may, if ancillary to the principal purpose for which the building or place is used, include a restaurant or cafe and the sale of any the following:
(a)  outdoor furniture and furnishings, barbecues, shading and awnings, pools, spas and associated supplies, and items associated with the construction and maintenance of outdoor areas,
(b)  pets and pet supplies,
(c)  fresh produce.
Note—
Garden centres are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
general industry means a building or place (other than a heavy industry or light industry) that is used to carry out an industrial activity.
Note—
General industries are a type of industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
gross floor area means the sum of the floor area of each floor of a building measured from the internal face of external walls, or from the internal face of walls separating the building from any other building, measured at a height of 1.4 metres above the floor, and includes:
(a)  the area of a mezzanine, and
(b)  habitable rooms in a basement or an attic, and
(c)  any shop, auditorium, cinema, and the like, in a basement or attic,
but excludes:
(d)  any area for common vertical circulation, such as lifts and stairs, and
(e)  any basement:
(i)  storage, and
(ii)  vehicular access, loading areas, garbage and services, and
(f)  plant rooms, lift towers and other areas used exclusively for mechanical services or ducting, and
(g)  car parking to meet any requirements of the consent authority (including access to that car parking), and
(h)  any space used for the loading or unloading of goods (including access to it), and
(i)  terraces and balconies with outer walls less than 1.4 metres high, and
(j)  voids above a floor at the level of a storey or storey above.
ground level (existing) means the existing level of a site at any point.
ground level (finished) means, for any point on a site, the ground surface after completion of any earthworks (excluding any excavation for a basement, footings or the like) for which consent has been granted or that is exempt development.
ground level (mean) means, for any site on which a building is situated or proposed, one half of the sum of the highest and lowest levels at ground level (finished) of the outer surface of the external walls of the building.
group home means a permanent group home or a transitional group home.
Note—
Group homes are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
group home (permanent) or permanent group home means a dwelling:
(a)  that is occupied by persons as a single household with or without paid supervision or care and whether or not those persons are related or payment for board and lodging is required, and
(b)  that is used to provide permanent household accommodation for people with a disability or people who are socially disadvantaged,
but does not include development to which State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability) 2004 applies.
Note—
Permanent group homes are a type of group home—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
group home (transitional) or transitional group home means a dwelling:
(a)  that is occupied by persons as a single household with or without paid supervision or care and whether or not those persons are related or payment for board and lodging is required, and
(b)  that is used to provide temporary accommodation for the relief or rehabilitation of people with a disability or for drug or alcohol rehabilitation purposes, or that is used to provide half-way accommodation for persons formerly living in institutions or temporary accommodation comprising refuges for men, women or young people,
but does not include development to which State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability) 2004 applies.
Note—
Transitional group homes are a type of group home—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hardware and building supplies means a building or place the principal purpose of which is the sale or hire of goods or materials, such as household fixtures, timber, tools, paint, wallpaper, plumbing supplies and the like, that are used in the construction and maintenance of buildings and adjacent outdoor areas.
Note—
Hardware and building supplies are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hazardous industry means a building or place used to carry out an industrial activity that would, when carried out and when all measures proposed to reduce or minimise its impact on the locality have been employed (including, for example, measures to isolate the activity from existing or likely future development on other land in the locality), pose a significant risk in the locality:
(a)  to human health, life or property, or
(b)  to the biophysical environment.
Note—
Hazardous industries are a type of heavy industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hazardous storage establishment means a building or place that is used for the storage of goods, materials or products and that would, when in operation and when all measures proposed to reduce or minimise its impact on the locality have been employed (including, for example, measures to isolate the building or place from existing or likely future development on other land in the locality), pose a significant risk in the locality:
(a)  to human health, life or property, or
(b)  to the biophysical environment.
Note—
Hazardous storage establishments are a type of heavy industrial storage establishment—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
headland includes a promontory extending from the general line of the coastline into a large body of water, such as a sea, coastal lake or bay.
health care professional means any person registered under an Act for the purpose of providing health care.
health consulting rooms means premises comprising one or more rooms within (or within the curtilage of) a dwelling house used by not more than 3 health care professionals at any one time.
Note—
Health consulting rooms are a type of health services facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
health services facility means a building or place used to provide medical or other services relating to the maintenance or improvement of the health, or the restoration to health, of persons or the prevention of disease in or treatment of injury to persons, and includes any of the following:
(a)  a medical centre,
(b)  community health service facilities,
(c)  health consulting rooms,
(d)  patient transport facilities, including helipads and ambulance facilities,
(e)  hospital.
heavy industrial storage establishment means a building or place used for the storage of goods, materials, plant or machinery for commercial purposes and that requires separation from other development because of the nature of the processes involved, or the goods, materials, plant or machinery stored, and includes any of the following:
(a)  a hazardous storage establishment,
(b)  a liquid fuel depot,
(c)  an offensive storage establishment.
heavy industry means a building or place used to carry out an industrial activity that requires separation from other development because of the nature of the processes involved, or the materials used, stored or produced, and includes:
(a)  hazardous industry, or
(b)  offensive industry.
It may also involve the use of a hazardous storage establishment or offensive storage establishment.
Note—
Heavy industries are a type of industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
helipad means a place not open to the public used for the taking off and landing of helicopters.
heliport means a place open to the public that is used for the taking off and landing of helicopters, whether or not it includes:
(a)  a terminal building, or
(b)  facilities for the parking, storage or repair of helicopters.
Note—
Heliports are a type of air transport facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
heritage conservation area means an area of land of heritage significance:
(a)  shown on the Heritage Map as a heritage conservation area, and
(b)  the location and nature of which is described in Schedule 5,
and includes any heritage items situated on or within that area.
heritage conservation management plan means a document prepared in accordance with guidelines prepared by the Public Service agency responsible to the Minister administering the Heritage Act 1977 that documents the heritage significance of an item, place or heritage conservation area and identifies conservation policies and management mechanisms that are appropriate to enable that significance to be retained.
heritage impact statement means a document consisting of:
(a)  a statement demonstrating the heritage significance of a heritage item or heritage conservation area, and
(b)  an assessment of the impact that proposed development will have on that significance, and
(c)  proposals for measures to minimise that impact.
heritage item means a building, work, place, relic, tree, object or archaeological site the location and nature of which is described in Schedule 5.
Note—
An inventory of heritage items is also available at the office of the Council.
heritage management document means:
(a)  a heritage conservation management plan, or
(b)  a heritage impact statement, or
(c)  any other document that provides guidelines for the ongoing management and conservation of a heritage item, Aboriginal object, Aboriginal place of heritage significance or heritage conservation area.
heritage significance means historical, scientific, cultural, social, archaeological, architectural, natural or aesthetic value.
high technology industry means a building or place predominantly used to carry out an industrial activity that involves any of the following:
(a)  electronic or micro-electronic systems, goods or components,
(b)  information technology (such as computer software or hardware),
(c)  instrumentation or instruments of a scientific, industrial, technological, medical or similar nature,
(d)  biological, pharmaceutical, medical or paramedical systems, goods or components,
(e)  film, television or multi-media technologies, including any post production systems, goods or components,
(f)  telecommunications systems, goods or components,
(g)  sustainable energy technologies,
(h)  any other goods, systems or components intended for use in a science or technology related field,
but does not include a building or place used to carry out an industrial activity that presents a hazard or potential hazard to the neighbourhood or that, because of the scale and nature of the processes involved, interferes with the amenity of the neighbourhood.
Note—
High technology industries are a type of light industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
highway service centre means a building or place used to provide refreshments and vehicle services to highway users. It may include any one or more of the following:
(a)  a restaurant or cafe,
(b)  take away food and drink premises,
(c)  service stations and facilities for emergency vehicle towing and repairs,
(d)  parking for vehicles,
(e)  rest areas and public amenities.
home-based child care means a dwelling used by a resident of the dwelling for the supervision and care of one or more children and that satisfies the following conditions:
(a)  the service is licensed within the meaning of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998,
(b)  the number of children (including children related to the carer or licensee) does not at any one time exceed 7 children under the age of 12 years, including no more than 5 who do not ordinarily attend school.
home business means a business that is carried on in a dwelling, or in a building ancillary to a dwelling, by one or more permanent residents of the dwelling and that does not involve:
(a)  the employment of more than 2 persons other than those residents, or
(b)  interference with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of the emission of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, traffic generation or otherwise, or
(c)  the exposure to view, from any adjacent premises or from any public place, of any unsightly matter, or
(d)  the exhibition of any signage (other than a business identification sign), or
(e)  the sale of items (whether goods or materials), or the exposure or offer for sale of items, by retail, except for goods produced at the dwelling or building,
but does not include bed and breakfast accommodation, home occupation (sex services) or sex services premises.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the floor area used for a home business.
home industry means a dwelling (or a building ancillary to a dwelling) used by one or more permanent residents of the dwelling to carry out an industrial activity that does not involve any of the following:
(a)  the employment of more than 2 persons other than those residents,
(b)  interference with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of the emission of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, traffic generation or otherwise,
(c)  the exposure to view, from any adjacent premises or from any public place, of any unsightly matter,
(d)  the exhibition of any signage (other than a business identification sign),
(e)  the sale of items (whether goods or materials), or the exposure or offer for sale of items, by retail, except for goods produced at the dwelling or building,
but does not include bed and breakfast accommodation or sex services premises.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the floor area used for a home industry.
Home industries are a type of light industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
home occupation means an occupation that is carried on in a dwelling, or in a building ancillary to a dwelling, by one or more permanent residents of the dwelling and that does not involve:
(a)  the employment of persons other than those residents, or
(b)  interference with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of the emission of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, traffic generation or otherwise, or
(c)  the display of goods, whether in a window or otherwise, or
(d)  the exhibition of any signage (other than a business identification sign), or
(e)  the sale of items (whether goods or materials), or the exposure or offer for sale of items, by retail,
but does not include bed and breakfast accommodation, home occupation (sex services) or sex services premises.
home occupation (sex services) means the provision of sex services in a dwelling that is a brothel, or in a building that is a brothel and is ancillary to such a dwelling, by no more than 2 permanent residents of the dwelling and that does not involve:
(a)  the employment of persons other than those residents, or
(b)  interference with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of the emission of noise, traffic generation or otherwise, or
(c)  the exhibition of any signage, or
(d)  the sale of items (whether goods or materials), or the exposure or offer for sale of items, by retail,
but does not include a home business or sex services premises.
horticulture means the cultivation of fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, nuts, cut flowers and foliage and nursery products for commercial purposes, but does not include a plant nursery, turf farming or viticulture.
Note—
Horticulture is a type of intensive plant agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hospital means a building or place used for the purpose of providing professional health care services (such as preventative or convalescent care, diagnosis, medical or surgical treatment, psychiatric care or care for people with disabilities, or counselling services provided by health care professionals) to people admitted as in-patients (whether or not out-patients are also cared for or treated there), and includes ancillary facilities for (or that consist of) any of the following:
(a)  day surgery, day procedures or health consulting rooms,
(b)  accommodation for nurses or other health care workers,
(c)  accommodation for persons receiving health care or for their visitors,
(d)  shops, kiosks, restaurants or cafes or take away food and drink premises,
(e)  patient transport facilities, including helipads, ambulance facilities and car parking,
(f)  educational purposes or any other health-related use,
(g)  research purposes (whether or not carried out by hospital staff or health care workers or for commercial purposes),
(h)  chapels,
(i)  hospices,
(j)  mortuaries.
Note—
Hospitals are a type of health services facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hostel means premises that are generally staffed by social workers or support providers and at which:
(a)  residential accommodation is provided in dormitories, or on a single or shared basis, or by a combination of them, and
(b)  cooking, dining, laundering, cleaning and other facilities are provided on a shared basis.
Note—
Hostels are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
hotel or motel accommodation means a building or place (whether or not licensed premises under the Liquor Act 2007) that provides temporary or short-term accommodation on a commercial basis and that:
(a)  comprises rooms or self-contained suites, and
(b)  may provide meals to guests or the general public and facilities for the parking of guests’ vehicles,
but does not include backpackers’ accommodation, a boarding house, bed and breakfast accommodation or farm stay accommodation.
Note—
Hotel or motel accommodation is a type of tourist and visitor accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
industrial activity means the manufacturing, production, assembling, altering, formulating, repairing, renovating, ornamenting, finishing, cleaning, washing, dismantling, transforming, processing, recycling, adapting or servicing of, or the research and development of, any goods, substances, food, products or articles for commercial purposes, and includes any storage or transportation associated with any such activity.
industrial retail outlet means a building or place that:
(a)  is used in conjunction with an industry or rural industry, and
(b)  is situated on the land on which the industry or rural industry is located, and
(c)  is used for the display or sale (whether by retail or wholesale) of only those goods that have been manufactured on the land on which the industry or rural industry is located,
but does not include a warehouse or distribution centre.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the retail floor area of an industrial retail outlet.
industrial training facility means a building or place used in connection with vocational training in an activity (such as forklift or truck driving, welding or carpentry) that is associated with an industry, rural industry, extractive industry or mining, but does not include an educational establishment, business premises or retail premises.
industry means any of the following:
(a)  general industry,
(b)  heavy industry,
(c)  light industry,
but does not include:
(d)  rural industry, or
(e)  extractive industry, or
(f)  mining.
information and education facility means a building or place used for providing information or education to visitors, and the exhibition or display of items, and includes an art gallery, museum, library, visitor information centre and the like.
intensive livestock agriculture means the keeping or breeding, for commercial purposes, of cattle, poultry, pigs, goats, horses or other livestock that are fed wholly or substantially on externally-sourced feed, and includes any of the following:
(a)  dairies (restricted),
(b)  feedlots,
(c)  piggeries,
(d)  poultry farms,
but does not include extensive agriculture, aquaculture or the operation of facilities for drought or similar emergency relief.
Note—
Intensive livestock agriculture is a type of agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
intensive plant agriculture means any of the following:
(a)  the cultivation of irrigated crops for commercial purposes (other than irrigated pasture or fodder crops),
(b)  horticulture,
(c)  turf farming,
(d)  viticulture.
Note—
Intensive plant agriculture is a type of agriculture—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
jetty means a horizontal decked walkway providing access from the shore to the waterway and is generally constructed on a piered or piled foundation.
kiosk means premises that are used for the purposes of selling food, light refreshments and other small convenience items such as newspapers, films and the like.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the gross floor area of a kiosk.
Kiosks are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
landscaped area means a part of a site used for growing plants, grasses and trees, but does not include any building, structure or hard paved area.
landscaping material supplies means a building or place used for the storage and sale of landscaping supplies such as soil, gravel, potting mix, mulch, sand, railway sleepers, screenings, rock and the like.
Note—
Landscaping material supplies are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
light industry means a building or place used to carry out an industrial activity that does not interfere with the amenity of the neighbourhood by reason of noise, vibration, smell, fumes, smoke, vapour, steam, soot, ash, dust, waste water, waste products, grit or oil, or otherwise, and includes any of the following:
(a)  high technology industry,
(b)  home industry.
Note—
Light industries are a type of industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
liquid fuel depot means premises used for the bulk storage of petrol, oil, petroleum or other inflammable liquid for wholesale distribution and at which no retail trade is conducted.
Note—
Liquid fuel depots are a type of heavy industrial storage establishment—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
livestock processing industry means a building or place used for the commercial production of products derived from the slaughter of animals (including poultry) or the processing of skins or wool of animals and includes abattoirs, knackeries, tanneries, woolscours and rendering plants.
Note—
Livestock processing industries are a type of rural industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
maintenance, in relation to a heritage item, Aboriginal object or Aboriginal place of heritage significance, or a building, work, archaeological site, tree or place within a heritage conservation area, means ongoing protective care, but does not include the removal or disturbance of existing fabric, alterations (such as carrying out extensions or additions) or the introduction of new materials or technology.
marina means a permanent boat storage facility (whether located wholly on land, wholly on a waterway or partly on land and partly on a waterway), and includes any of the following associated facilities:
(a)  any facility for the construction, repair, maintenance, storage, sale or hire of boats,
(b)  any facility for providing fuelling, sewage pump-out or other services for boats,
(c)  any facility for launching or landing boats, such as slipways or hoists,
(d)  any car parking or commercial, tourist or recreational or club facility that is ancillary to the boat storage facility,
(e)  any berthing or mooring facilities.
market means an open-air area, or an existing building, that is used for the purpose of selling, exposing or offering goods, merchandise or materials for sale by independent stall holders, and includes temporary structures and existing permanent structures used for that purpose on an intermittent or occasional basis.
Note—
Markets are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
mean high water mark means the position where the plane of the mean high water level of all ordinary local high tides intersects the foreshore, being 1.44m above the zero of Fort Denison Tide Gauge and 0.515m Australian Height Datum.
medical centre means premises that are used for the purpose of providing health services (including preventative care, diagnosis, medical or surgical treatment, counselling or alternative therapies) to out-patients only, where such services are principally provided by health care professionals. It may include the ancillary provision of other health services.
Note—
Medical centres are a type of health services facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
mezzanine means an intermediate floor within a room.
mine means any place (including any excavation) where an operation is carried on for mining of any mineral by any method and any place on which any mining related work is carried out, but does not include a place used only for extractive industry.
mine subsidence district means a mine subsidence district proclaimed under section 15 of the Mine Subsidence Compensation Act 1961.
mining means mining carried out under the Mining Act 1992 or the recovery of minerals under the Offshore Minerals Act 1999, and includes:
(a)  the construction, operation and decommissioning of associated works, and
(b)  the rehabilitation of land affected by mining.
Note—
Mining is not a type of industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
mixed use development means a building or place comprising 2 or more different land uses.
mooring means a detached or freestanding apparatus located on or in a waterway and that is capable of securing a vessel, but does not include a mooring pen.
mooring pen means an arrangement of freestanding piles or other restraining devices designed or used for the purpose of berthing a vessel.
mortuary means premises that are used, or intended to be used, for the receiving, preparation, embalming and storage of bodies of deceased persons pending their interment or cremation.
moveable dwelling has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
moveable dwelling means:
(a)  any tent, or any caravan or other van or other portable device (whether on wheels or not), used for human habitation, or
(b)  a manufactured home, or
(c)  any conveyance, structure or thing of a class or description prescribed by the regulations (under the Local Government Act 1993) for the purposes of this definition.
multi dwelling housing means 3 or more dwellings (whether attached or detached) on one lot of land, each with access at ground level, but does not include a residential flat building.
Note—
Multi dwelling housing is a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
native fauna means any animal-life that is indigenous to New South Wales or is known to periodically or occasionally migrate to New South Wales, whether vertebrate (including fish) or invertebrate and in any stage of biological development, but does not include humans.
native flora means any plant-life that is indigenous to New South Wales, whether vascular or non-vascular and in any stage of biological development, and includes fungi and lichens, and marine vegetation within the meaning of Part 7A of the Fisheries Management Act 1994.
native vegetation has the same meaning as in the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
Note—
The term is defined as follows:
Meaning of “native vegetation”
(1)  
Native vegetation means any of the following types of indigenous vegetation:
(a)  trees (including any sapling or shrub, or any scrub),
(b)  understorey plants,
(c)  groundcover (being any type of herbaceous vegetation),
(d)  plants occurring in a wetland.
(2)  
Vegetation is indigenous if it is of a species of vegetation, or if it comprises species of vegetation, that existed in the State before European settlement.
(3)  
Native vegetation does not include any mangroves, seagrasses or any other type of marine vegetation to which section 205 of the Fisheries Management Act 1994 applies.
navigable waterway means any waterway that is from time to time capable of navigation and is open to or used by the public for navigation, but does not include flood waters that have temporarily flowed over the established bank of a watercourse.
neighbourhood shop means premises used for the purposes of selling general merchandise such as foodstuffs, personal care products, newspapers and the like to provide for the day-to-day needs of people who live or work in the local area, and may include ancillary services such as a post office, bank or dry cleaning, but does not include restricted premises.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the retail floor area of neighbourhood shops.
Neighbourhood shops are a type of shop—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
nominated State heritage item means a heritage item that:
(a)  has been identified as an item of State significance in a publicly exhibited heritage study adopted by the Council, and
(b)  the Council has, by notice in writing to the Heritage Council, nominated as an item of potential State significance.
non-potable water means water that does not meet the standards or values for drinking water recommended from time to time by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
NSW Coastal Policy means the publication titled NSW Coastal Policy 1997: A Sustainable Future for the New South Wales Coast, published by the Government.
offensive industry means a building or place used to carry out an industrial activity that would, when carried out and when all measures proposed to reduce or minimise its impact on the locality have been employed (including, for example, measures to isolate the activity from existing or likely future development on other land in the locality), emit a polluting discharge (including, for example, noise) in a manner that would have a significant adverse impact in the locality or on existing or likely future development on other land in the locality.
Note—
Offensive industries are a type of heavy industry—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
offensive storage establishment means a building or place that is used for the storage of goods, materials or products and that would, when all measures proposed to reduce or minimise its impact on the locality have been employed (including, for example, measures to isolate the building or place from existing or likely future development on other land in the locality), emit a polluting discharge (including, for example, noise) in a manner that would have a significant adverse impact in the locality or on existing or likely future development on other land in the locality.
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Offensive storage establishments are a type of heavy industrial storage establishment—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
office premises means a building or place used for the purpose of administrative, clerical, technical, professional or similar activities that do not include dealing with members of the public at the building or place on a direct and regular basis, except where such dealing is a minor activity (by appointment) that is ancillary to the main purpose for which the building or place is used.
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Office premises are a type of commercial premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
open cut mining means mining carried out on, and by excavating, the earth’s surface, but does not include underground mining.
operational land has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
parking space means a space dedicated for the parking of a motor vehicle, including any manoeuvring space and access to it, but does not include a car park.
passenger transport facility means a building or place used for the assembly or dispersal of passengers by any form of transport, including facilities required for parking, manoeuvring, storage or routine servicing of any vehicle that uses the building or place.
people who are socially disadvantaged means:
(a)  people who are disadvantaged because of their alcohol or drug dependence, extreme poverty, psychological disorder or other similar disadvantage, or
(b)  people who require protection because of domestic violence or upheaval.
people with a disability means people of any age who, as a result of having an intellectual, psychiatric, sensory, physical or similar impairment, or a combination of such impairments, either permanently or for an extended period, have substantially limited opportunities to enjoy full and active lives.
place of public worship means a building or place used for the purpose of religious worship by a congregation or religious group, whether or not the building or place is also used for counselling, social events, instruction or religious training.
plant nursery means a building or place the principal purpose of which is the retail sale of plants that are grown or propagated on site or on an adjacent site. It may include the on-site sale of any such plants by wholesale and, if ancillary to the principal purpose for which the building or place is used, the sale of landscape and gardening supplies and equipment and the storage of these items.
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Plant nurseries are a type of retail premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
port facilities means any of the following facilities at or in the vicinity of a designated port within the meaning of section 47 of the Ports and Maritime Administration Act 1995:
(a)  facilities for the embarkation or disembarkation of passengers onto or from any vessels, including public ferry wharves,
(b)  facilities for the loading or unloading of freight onto or from vessels and associated receival, land transport and storage facilities,
(c)  wharves for commercial fishing operations,
(d)  refuelling, launching, berthing, mooring, storage or maintenance facilities for any vessel,
(e)  sea walls or training walls,
(f)  administration buildings, communication, security and power supply facilities, roads, rail lines, pipelines, fencing, lighting or car parks.
potable water means water that meets the standards or values for drinking water recommended from time to time by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
private open space means an area external to a building (including an area of land, terrace, balcony or deck) that is used for private outdoor purposes ancillary to the use of the building.
property vegetation plan has the same meaning as in the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
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The term is defined as follows:
property vegetation plan means a property vegetation plan that has been approved under Part 4 of the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
pub means licensed premises under the Liquor Act 2007 the principal purpose of which is the retail sale of liquor for consumption on the premises, whether or not the premises include hotel or motel accommodation and whether or not food is sold or entertainment is provided on the premises.
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Pubs are a type of food and drink premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
public administration building means a building used as offices or for administrative or other like purposes by the Crown, a statutory body, a council or an organisation established for public purposes, and includes a courthouse or a police station.
public authority has the same meaning as in the Act.
public land has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
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The term is defined as follows:
public land means any land (including a public reserve) vested in or under the control of the council, but does not include:
(a)  a public road, or
(b)  land to which the Crown Lands Act 1989 applies, or
(c)  a common, or
(d)  land subject to the Trustees of Schools of Arts Enabling Act 1902, or
(e)  a regional park under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.
public reserve has the same meaning as in the Local Government Act 1993.
public utility undertaking means any of the following undertakings carried on or permitted to be carried on by or by authority of any Public Service agency or under the authority of or in pursuance of any Commonwealth or State Act:
(a)  railway, road transport, water transport, air transport, wharf or river undertakings,
(b)  undertakings for the supply of water, hydraulic power, electricity or gas or the provision of sewerage or drainage services,
and a reference to a person carrying on a public utility undertaking includes a reference to a council, electricity supply authority, Public Service agency, corporation, firm or authority carrying on the undertaking.
rainwater tank means a tank designed for the storage of rainwater gathered on the land on which the tank is situated.
recreation area means a place used for outdoor recreation that is normally open to the public, and includes:
(a)  a children’s playground, or
(b)  an area used for community sporting activities, or
(c)  a public park, reserve or garden or the like,
and any ancillary buildings, but does not include a recreation facility (indoor), recreation facility (major) or recreation facility (outdoor).
recreation facility (indoor) means a building or place used predominantly for indoor recreation, whether or not operated for the purposes of gain, including a squash court, indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, table tennis centre, health studio, bowling alley, ice rink or any other building or place of a like character used for indoor recreation, but does not include an entertainment facility, a recreation facility (major) or a registered club.
recreation facility (major) means a building or place used for large-scale sporting or recreation activities that are attended by large numbers of people whether regularly or periodically, and includes theme parks, sports stadiums, showgrounds, racecourses and motor racing tracks.
recreation facility (outdoor) means a building or place (other than a recreation area) used predominantly for outdoor recreation, whether or not operated for the purposes of gain, including a golf course, golf driving range, mini-golf centre, tennis court, paint-ball centre, lawn bowling green, outdoor swimming pool, equestrian centre, skate board ramp, go-kart track, rifle range, water-ski centre or any other building or place of a like character used for outdoor recreation (including any ancillary buildings), but does not include an entertainment facility or a recreation facility (major).
Reduced Level (RL) means height above the Australian Height Datum, being the datum surface approximating mean sea level that was adopted by the National Mapping Council of Australia in May 1971.
registered club means a club that holds a club licence under the Liquor Act 2007.
relic has the same meaning as in the Heritage Act 1977.
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The term is defined as follows:
relic means any deposit, artefact, object or material evidence that:
(a)  relates to the settlement of the area that comprises New South Wales, not being Aboriginal settlement, and
(b)  is of State or local heritage significance.
research station means a building or place operated by a public authority for the principal purpose of agricultural, environmental, fisheries, forestry, minerals or soil conservation research, and includes any associated facility for education, training, administration or accommodation.
residential accommodation means a building or place used predominantly as a place of residence, and includes any of the following:
(a)  attached dwellings,
(b)  boarding houses,
(c)  dual occupancies,
(d)  dwelling houses,
(e)  group homes,
(f)  hostels,
(g)  multi dwelling housing,
(h)  residential flat buildings,
(i)  rural workers’ dwellings,
(j)  secondary dwellings,
(k)  semi-detached dwellings,
(l)  seniors housing,
(m)  shop top housing,
but does not include tourist and visitor accommodation or caravan parks.
residential care facility means accommodation for seniors or people with a disability that includes:
(a)  meals and cleaning services, and
(b)  personal care or nursing care, or both, and
(c)  appropriate staffing, furniture, furnishings and equipment for the provision of that accommodation and care,
but does not include a dwelling, hostel, hospital or psychiatric facility.
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Residential care facilities are a type of seniors housing—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
residential flat building means a building containing 3 or more dwellings, but does not include an attached dwelling or multi dwelling housing.
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Residential flat buildings are a type of residential accommodation—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
resource recovery facility means a building or place used for the recovery of resources from waste, including works or activities such as separating and sorting, processing or treating the waste, composting, temporary storage, transfer or sale of recovered resources, energy generation from gases and water treatment, but not including re-manufacture or disposal of the material by landfill or incineration.
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Resource recovery facilities are a type of waste or resource management facility—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
respite day care centre means a building or place that is used for the care of seniors or people who have a disability and that does not provide overnight accommodation for people other than those related to the owner or operator of the centre.
restaurant or cafe means a building or place the principal purpose of which is the preparation and serving, on a retail basis, of food and drink to people for consumption on the premises, whether or not liquor, take away meals and drinks or entertainment are also provided.
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Restaurants or cafes are a type of food and drink premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
restricted premises means premises that, due to their nature, restrict access to patrons or customers over 18 years of age, and includes sex shops and similar premises, but does not include a pub, hotel or motel accommodation, home occupation (sex services) or sex services premises.
restriction facilities means facilities where animals are constrained for management purposes, including milking sheds, pads, feed stalls, holding yards and paddocks where the number of livestock exceeds the ability of vegetation to recover from the effects of grazing in a normal growing season, but does not include facilities for drought or similar emergency relief.
retail premises means a building or place used for the purpose of selling items by retail, or hiring or displaying items for the purpose of selling them or hiring them out, whether the items are goods or materials (or whether also sold by wholesale), and includes any of the following:
(a)  bulky goods premises,
(b)  cellar door premises,
(c)  food and drink premises,
(d)  garden centres,
(e)  hardware and building supplies,
(f)  kiosks,
(g)  landscaping material supplies,
(h)  markets,
(i)  plant nurseries,
(j)  roadside stalls,
(k)  rural supplies,
(l)  shops,
(m)  timber yards,
(n)  vehicle sales or hire premises,
but does not include highway service centres, service stations, industrial retail outlets or restricted premises.
Note—
Retail premises are a type of commercial premises—see the definition of that term in this Dictionary.
road means a public road or a private road within the meaning of the Roads Act 1993, and includes a classified road.
roadside stall means a place or temporary structure used for the retail sale of agricultural produce or hand crafted goods (or both) produced from the property on which the stall is situated or from an adjacent property.
Note—
See clause 5.4 for controls relating to the gross floor area of roadside stalls.
Roadside stalls are a type of retail premises