Sustainability Awards

City of Canada Bay's Sustainability Awards are on again and nominations are now open!

The Canada Bay Sustainability Awards are presented to businesses, community groups and individuals who have achieved economic, social or environmental progress in the City.

Awards are open to businesses, community organisations and residents located in the City of Canada Bay. To nominate yourself or someone else, complete an application form and tell us why your nominee should receive the award. Nominations close on Sunday, 28 March 2021.

For more information refer the 2021 Sustainability Awards fact sheet

To submit an entry in this year’s awards program, click the relevant entry form below:

  • Resilience: recognition of the initiatives of local business, community organisation or individual that strengthen our local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Innovation: recognises new inventions or innovations of businesses, community groups or individuals.  
  • Environment - Business: recognition of a local business in Canada Bay that has made environmentally responsible choices to tackle an environmental issue in the community.
  • Environment - Citizen: recognition of a resident or community member in Canada Bay that has made environmentally responsible choices to tackle an environmental issue in the community.
  • Environment - Community Organisation: recognition of a local community or not for profit group in Canada Bay that has made environmentally responsible choices to tackle an environmental issue in the community.
  • Access: recognises the efforts of local business owners in accommodating the needs of people with limited accessibility.
  • Child Friendly: Recognition for the most child friendly business in the City of Canada Bay Council and promotes sustainable business and community.
  • Culture: recognition of key cultural and heritage contributions to the social cohesion of the city.
  • Heritage: to commend members of the community for their work in conserving and maintaining heritage properties, properties that contribute to the significance of conservation areas, and for projects that encourage an understanding of heritage in the City of Canada Bay.
  • Partnerships: recognition of local businesses and organisations who partner with Council to provide a range of promotions and events for the community.
  • Recognition: recognition of local business and community organisation success and longevity in the community. Milestones recognised are 25, 50, 75 or 100 years of service to the local community.

2018 Sustainability Awards Winners

Sustainability Awards were presented to fantastic groups, businesses and individuals at a gala ceremony at Phoenix Restaurant in Rhodes on Monday, 27 August.

Innovation Award 
Akasha Brewing Company

Environmental Business Award 
IKEA
Harris Farm

Business Access Award 
Abbotsford Family Pharmacy

Partnership Award 
Briars Sports Club

Sustainable Culture Award 
NSW Embroiderer’s Guild 
Drummoyne Art Society Gallery 57

Child Friendly Business Award 
Mortlake Family Medical Practice

Heritage Excellence Award 
29 Moore Street

Environmental Individual Award 
Kate Egan

Environmental Community Organisation Award 
Concord Opportunity Shop at Concord Uniting Church
Concord West Rhodes Preschool
Abbotsford Public School

Recognition Awards 
25 Years of Service  Majors Bay Chamber of Commerce
25 Years of Service  Abbotsford Family Pharmacy
50 Years of Service  Concord Sports Store
50 Years of Service  313 Automotive
50 Years of Service  Dedes
50 Years of Service  Five Dock Veterinary Hospital
50 Years of Service  Concord TAB
50 Years of Service  Five Dock Realty
50 Years of Service  Travelscene at Laze Away Travel
50 Years of Service  Inner Western Suburbs Netball Association
60 Years of Service  Concord Junior Soccer Club
100 Years of Service  Five Dock RSL
100 Years of Service  Briars Sports
100 Years of Service  Drummoyne Sailing Club
130 Years of Service  Society for Providing Services for Neglected or Needy Children

 
2016 Sustainability Awards Winners

Sustainability Awards were presented to exemplary businesses, community groups and individuals who have achieved economic, social or environmental progress in the City of Canada Bay at an awards dinner at Rhodes Phoenix Restaurant on Monday, 23 May 2016.

Partnership Award
Canada Bay Club
Concord Rotary Club

Sustainable Culture Award
Robert Williams - Tait Estate

Environmental Business
Copo Café & Diner, Drummoyne
Derivan Pty Ltd, Rhodes

Environmental Community Organisation
Concord Community Garden

Environmental Citizen
Elsa Cheung - Sustainable City Committee
Zoe Kapetangiannis - Sustainable City Committee

Best Maintained Heritage Property
2 Patterson Street, Concord

Conserved Heritage Precinct Award
Concord War Memorial

Business Access
Mr Cuts, Concord

Child Friendly Business
Cara House, Concord
DMC Medical Centre, Drummoyne

Business and Community Group Recognition
25 years of service:

Bridgestone Select Tyre Centre
Concord Hospital Newsagent
IGA Drummoyne
Kiddies Kapers
Multinational Body Works
Russell Lea TAB
Wings Restaurant, Canada Bay Club

50 years of service: 
Abbotsford Junior Soccer Club
Concord Senior Citizens Club
Five Dock RSL Junior Rugby League Football Club Junior Rugby League Development
Mediterranean House Pty Ltd/La Mirage
The Rotary Club of Concord

100 years of service:
1st Concord Scouts

2014 Sustainability Awards Winners

Sustainability Awards were presented to exemplary businesses, community groups and individuals who have achieved economic, social or environmental progress in the City of Canada Bay at an awards dinner at Rhodes Phoenix Restaurant on Monday, 27 October 2014.

Partnership Award
Five Dock RSL

Sustainable Culture Award
Rhodes Multicultural Community Association

Environmental Business
Outback Steakhouse and Vatel Restaurant

Environmental Community Organisation
Russell Lea Infants and 1st Yaralla Sea Scouts

Environmental Citizen
Ros Bean

Best Maintained Heritage Property
48 Kings Road, Five Dock and 57 Tranmere Street, Drummoyne

Best New Development Involving Heritage
Omega House Pty Ltd, 189 Great North Road Five Dock

Conserved Heritage Precinct Award
Bourketown Square, Drummoyne

Business Access
Concord Veterinary Hospital

Child Friendly Business
Mirvac Rhodes Waterside Shopping Centre

Business and Community Group Recognition

  • 150 years of service:  Uniting Church Five Dock
  • 100 years of service: Wareemba Post Office
  • 75 Years of service: 1st Yaralla Sea Scouts
  • 50 years of service:  Derivan, Master Hair Design, Drummoyne Art Society, Concord RSL Community Club and Club Five Dock RSL
  • 25 years of service: Five Dock TAB and Rhodes Residents Group.
2012 Sustainability Awards Winners

Sustainability Awards were presented to exemplary businesses, community groups and individuals who have achieved economic, social or environmental progress in the City at an awards dinner at Rhodes Phoenix Restaurant on Monday, 6 August.

Best Conserved Heritage Precinct 
Wilga Street, Concord West

Best Maintained Heritage Property Award 
31-33 Burton Street, Concord

Best New Development Involving Heritage Award 
4 Creewood Street, Concord

Business Access Award 
The Party People , Drummoyne

Disability Employer of the Year 
Sydney Rowing Club

Business Recognition Awards 
125 years of service: Sydney Rowing Club 
100 years of service: Wareemba Pharmacy 
50 years of service: Rocky’s Hair and Beauty 
25 years of service: 
Proline Building
Adam Lee - Funeral Director
Drummoyne Hair Design 
Concord Hotel

Community Recognition Award 
50 years of service: Drummoyne Rotary Club

Child Friendly Award 
Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre

Sustainable Culture Award 
Greg Robinson

Sustainable Precinct Award 
Hunter Beanland

Environment Business Award 
Len Hollis Smash Repairs

Environment Citizen Award 
Fiona Johnson

Environment Community Organisation Award 
Fairmile Cove

Community Partner Award 
Club Five Dock

Special Heritage Work Award 
Anne Tully