Killiney Bay Community Council

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KBCC presents the Killiney Bay Heritage Trail

Launched in August 2021 during Ireland’s Heritage Week, KBCC, with the support of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, has put together a visual heritage trail, showcasing some of the fabulous hidden sites of interest around the Ballybrack and Killiney areas. 

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Killiney Beach in top 10 beaches & Blue Flag back

A hattrick of good news for Killiney Beach in April and May 2021: Blue Flag status awarded back; new facility announced for outdoor water-based activities; and listed in the Lonely Planet’s top 10 beaches in Ireland for 2021.

Killiney Beach enhancement works

Image of works at Killiney Beach lifeguard hut

In December 2020, dlr commenced a number of different enhancement works at Killiney beach, including its surrounding area and access points, following a proposal submitted by KBCC. 

What is the Dublin Array?

German energy company RWE and the Irish company Saorgus, plan to build between 45 and 61 wind turbines on the Kish and Bray Banks – known as Dublin Array – 10km off the Irish east coast.

KBCC wants to provide the local community with information on this project and has co-hosted two public informations evenings in July and September 2022. The event recordings are available. 

COVID-19: Looking after our community

Please always check and use trusted and official sources.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19, please see the official HSE page.

Killiney Beach & Ballybrack Village
clean-ups 2024

KBCC organises regular clean-ups at Killiney Beach and Ballybrack Village throughout the year.
The next official KBCC Killiney Beach clean-up is on 8 June 2024. If you want to get involved at one of these events or host a corporate clean-up day, just drop us an email

Event 8 June 2024: World Oceans Day 2024: Killiney Beach clean-up & yoga session

Event: Killiney Beach clean up: 18 May 2024

Event: Killiney Beach clean-up: 20 April 2024

Event: Killiney Beach Spring Clean-up: 17 February 2024

More dates for your calendar: 

Beach cleans 2024: 17 February, 20 April, 18 May, 8 June, 20 July, 24 August, 21 September, 19 October (all dates subject to change)

Killiney Beach and Ballybrack Village clean-ups in 2023

We welcome all volunteers to help remove litter at every opportunity. In the current restrictions, we ask beach-goers to remove even small amounts each time you visit the beach or the village. A 2-minute clean-up by many of us can make a big difference. Even encourage the kids to do a mini bucket clean-up. We also encourage dog walkers to ‘make that scoop’! Together we can achieve a lot.

Happy St Patrick's Day

Killiney and Ballybrack District

Killiney Bay Community Council (KBCC) supports and promotes Killiney/Ballybrack as a vibrant residential and business community with its own unique story. This site aims to share latest information as well as news and events related to our community. 

KBCC was set up with the aim of promoting a strong sense of community in the areas of Killiney and Ballybrack whereby people come together to tackle challenges which can lead to local solutions to improve the quality of life in the area.


Discover the services you can find in Killiney


Here are some of the best activities in Killiney/Ballybrack area for outdoor-lovers.

Come to climb on our tracks


Discover our golf course


Discover the hiking trails


Run our trails


Discover Killiney and environs


Discover our wonderful beaches


Explore the natural and cultural heritage in the area


Killiney Hill

Come to see a beautiful sunset at Killiney Hill or have a picnic with incredible views.

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Killiney district hides places with incredible stories, magic and mysticism.