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Alcohol free zones
An Alcohol Free Zone is a designated area in which the consumption of alcohol is prohibited seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Council has approved Alcohol Free Zones in respect to roads, footpaths and public car parks in the following areas until 30 June 2018: 
  • The whole area bounded by Queen, Boundary, York, Church, Wynyard, Munro, John (South) streets, Ryan Avenue and John Street 
  • Maitland Road, from Boundary Street to Kelso Street 
  • The full length of Howe Street 
  • The full length of Dunolly Road 
  • The full length of Dorsman Drive and Blaxland Avenue from Dorsman Drive to Wakehurst Crescent

Council may suspend an Alcohol Free Zone for a specific event. An application for Suspension of an Alcohol Free Zone must be lodged with Council at least six weeks prior to the proposed event. Forms are available from Council's Customer Service Centre.

Alcohol free zone map


Singleton Council
PO Box 314 Singleton NSW 2330
Ph: 02 6578 7290