North Sydney Ambulance Station

The Lower North Shore community is a step closer to a new purpose-built ambulance station following the purchase of a site on Falcon Street, North Sydney.

The NSW Government has purchased the site from Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) NSW, marking a significant milestone in delivering a vital health service which will serve communities across North Sydney and Cremorne.

The new North Sydney Ambulance Station will support local paramedics to provide the best emergency medical care now and into the future.

Consultation with the community and the local residents about the new ambulance station will be carried out in the coming months.

The next step for the project includes design development, prior to seeking planning approval for the new station.

Health Infrastructure will be working with PCYC NSW to facilitate a suitable handover time of the site with PCYC North Sydney.

Construction and operational timeframes will be determined as the project progresses.

The station is being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s $488.8 million NSW Ambulance Infrastructure Program.

The Program will deliver new ambulance stations and supporting infrastructure across Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong over the coming years, boosting frontline emergency ambulance care.

Information for residents adjacent to the PCYC: We notified residents close to the PCYC about the new ambulance station on 3 November 2023. If you did not receive the information, you can download it here.

Last updated: 3 November 2023