- Masks are to be worn at all times.
- The premises is now cashless, please ensure you can pay fees electronically.
- Customers are required to stay in vehicles at all times (apart from engaging in the disposal of waste).
- The tip shop remains closed until further notice.
Waste collection services will continue as normal.
Dungog Library is now open to the public, with restricted access available between the hours of 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am to 12pm on Saturday.
When visiting the Library, please ensure you maintain social distancing at all times.
A maximum of six people will allowed into the Library at any one time, and visitors will be restricted to a time limit of 30 minutes each, with no gathering to occur within the Library itself.
There are no seating or workspaces available at this time.
Prior to entry, all visitors must register using the QR Code and the Service NSW app, or give their contact details to members of staff. Visitors who refuse to do so will not be allowed entry into the Library.
Returns: Please place all returned items in the 24-hour return chute BEFORE coming inside the Library.
Borrowing: You can borrow from the shelves and pick up any reserved items you may have. The borrowing period also remains extended at this time.
Call-n-Collect: This service remains available for patrons by calling 4992 1819.
Public Computers: One PC will be available for a maximum of 15 minutes per person, with printing, scanning and copying facilities available. All equipment will be cleaned before and after each use.
Customer Service and Service NSW
Council’s Administration Office (including Service NSW) will undergo a staged re-opening commencing Monday 20 September for two weeks, as follows:
- Monday: Open normal operating hours.
- Tuesday: Closed.
- Wednesday: Open normal operating hours.
- Thursday: Closed.
- Friday: Open normal operating hours.
In line with Service NSW requirements, driver testing is currently suspended until further notice.
Visitor Information Services