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MONASH : Australia Day event cancelled

The growing number of COVID-19 cases is impacting on many services and events state-wide, and we are also feeling these impacts in Monash. “With case numbers estimated to peak in coming weeks, in addition to staff shortages right across the organisation, Council has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel this year’s Australia Day event

MELBOURNE: Drone show extended

There will be more nights of the drone show at Docklands. Both of Thursday night’s shows had to be cancelled due to high wind gusts of more than 35kmh. The City of Melbourne is extending the twice nightly shows until February 5, so more people will have a chance to see it. The full schedule

GREATER DANDENONG: Australia Day sizzler

This Australia Day sees a sausage sizzle hosted by Moodemere Scouts at the Make Your Move Fun Run in Dandenong Park and Summer Fun Day at Ross Reserve. The Fun Run starts at 7.45am in Dandenong Park meeting at Stan Prior Stage. Participants completing the run will receive a free sausage and soft drink. Sausages

PORT PHILLIP: St Kilda Festival returns

The iconic St Kilda Festival will showcase of some of Australia’s best artists when it returns in February with an action-packed nine days of live music and entertainment. Presented by the City of Port Phillip, this year’s Festival incorporates the Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee: First Peoples Arts and Cultural Showcase featuring artists including Archie Roach. Shifting

MELBOURNE: Garden Show returns

The world-renowned Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, will return to the heritage listed Carlton Gardens and Royal Exhibition Building. It will run from Wednesday, March 30, to Sunday, April 3. The coveted festival will unite plant lovers and flower fanatics from all ages with an enchanting collection of neverbefore-seen floral and landscape designs, educational

WHITEHORSE: Oz Day concert cancelled

Due to rising COVID case numbers, Whitehorse City Council has made the decision to cancel the 2022 Australia Day Concert. “The health and safety of our community is our highest priority,” said a Council representative. “We want our community to be safe when attending council events and facilities and our staff to be safe when

MOONEE VALLEY: Healing ceremony on Jan. 26

Moonee Valley Council annually holds the Bunjil’s Marroun Healing Ceremony on January 26 and invite community members to learn about and experience what the day means to Traditional Owners. The Mayor, Councilors, local MPs and Ambassador Deepak Vinayak have been invited to pay their respects and hear from local elders and their families. There will

MAROONDAH: Plans for Austrralia Day

Australia Day (Wed., Jan. 26) is a day to come together and celebrate our great nation and the Maroondah community, says the local Council. “We can’t wait to see you at Ringwood Lake Park from 9am on Wednesday January 26. Bring a picnic blanket, friends and family and join in the celebration,” said a Council

FRANKSTON: Waterfront Festival returns

The Waterfront Festival is back – a chance to play by the bay! A packed weekend of music, food, rides and entertainment will take place as The Waterfront Festival rocks Frankston Foreshore on February 19-20. Frankston Mayor Cr Nathan Conroy said this year’s festival is back bigger and better than ever with massive voices set

GLEN EIRA: Koorie Chill Out at Booran Reserve

The significance of the date for First Nations people and to promote understanding, respect and reconciliation, Glen Eira City Council will host a free, family-friendly event on Wednesday, January 26. Community members are invited to join the Koorie Chill Out at Booran Reserve in Glen Huntly. To be held from 5.30pm to 7pm, Koorie Chill

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