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Aboriginal Gathering Place gathers momentum

Aboriginal Gathering Place gathers momentum

Tuesday 19 July 2022

The City of Whittlesea’s Aboriginal Gathering Place is one step closer to breaking ground with the endorsement of the business case by Council at its meeting on Monday 18 July.

New glass bin deliveries begin

New glass bin deliveries begin

Friday 29 July 2022

City of Whittlesea residents will soon receive their new purple-lidded bin in readiness for the new glass recycling service which is due to begin later this year.

What’s your top priority for the City of Whittlesea?

What’s your top priority for the City of Whittlesea?

Friday 12 August 2022

Is local employment your top priority? Or perhaps parks, playgrounds and open space? Or maybe it’s sustainability that gets your number one vote.

What's on?

Tuning into teens (6-week program) - August

Tuning into teens (6-week program) - August

Wednesday 3 Aug
To Wednesday 7 Sep

South Morang

Dealing with preschool behaviours

Dealing with preschool behaviours

Tuesday 23 Aug

Mernda

Whittlesea Arts website

Visit our interactive online hub for creative programs and events. Whittlesea Arts showcases the very best local artists, online events, art collections, music, workshops and so much more!

When you buy here, you support here

The City of Whittlesea is home to approximately 18,000 businesses and these businesses appreciate your help – It’s important to remember when you buy local, you support local.

Supporting local businesses benefits the entire community in many ways, from providing local employment to contributing to a robust economy.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners

The City of Whittlesea recognises the rich Aboriginal heritage of this country and acknowledges the Wurundjeri Willum Clan as the traditional owners of this place.

Aboriginal flag
Wurundjeri Willum clan flag