City of Port Phillip magazine - Issue 96 December to february 2019
Junction Oval gets Big Bash
Fishermans Bend progress Youth for healthy minds 1
Councillors with the 2018 Premier's Sustainability Award (Government category) won by the City of Port Phillip (in conjunction with Melbourne, Moreland, and Yarra) for the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project (MREP). The project is constructing a wind farm near Ararat that will supply Council with 100 per cent green power for the next decade.
From strategy to reality
Halfway through their four-year term, Port Phillip’s Councillors reflect on progress so far. Thanks to everyone who took part in Council consultations and feedback. Listening is a big part of our job and we will keep checking in with you to ensure that we are on the right path.
Howzat! Free entry After a big makeover by Cricket Victoria, St Kilda's Junction Oval can now host more top cricket, including the Women’s Big Bash League’s big opening weekend on 1 and 2 December. Take advantage of free entry (gold coin donation) and catch Renegade’s wicket-keeper Emma Inglis and Star’s Captain Kirsten Beams (pictured) - they’ll bowl you over. 2
With your input we now have a Council Plan and strategies in crucial areas where Council can and must play a leadership role. Our Don't Waste It - Waste Management Strategy and Act and Adapt - Sustainable Environment Strategy commit Council to playing a leadership role for our environment and helping you to do likewise in your homes and businesses. We now have clear steps to dramatically reduce waste sent to landfill. Further, Council will soon be proudly powered by 100 per cent renewable energy. Our Art and Soul - Creative and Prosperous City Strategy builds on local strengths in culture, tourism
and business. What you do inspires us, so we have developed more ways to help you to inspire others. Move, Connect, Live - Integrated Transport Strategy has plans to boost walking, bike riding and public transport use. We aim to keep car ownership and congestion to 2016 levels by doing more to encourage more people to walk, ride and use public transport. We are now focused on transforming these strategies into real outcomes. We have made significant but prudent budget commitments to the strategies and in 2019 you’ll start seeing this investment taking shape in your neighbourhood. In the meantime, we wish you a happy and safe festive season and beyond. Your councillors
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Australiaâ€™s largest urban renewal project shapes up.
Donâ€™t miss the early start time for this community celebration.
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New framework for the Bend Pride marches on
Editor Greg Day - firstname.lastname@example.org Story suggestions are welcome Next deadline Friday 11 January Information included in this magazine is accurate at the time of publishing but may be subject to change.
Art beyond bars
Peer to peer
Artwork by Indigenous people caught up in the justice system.
Albert Park College students are learning peer support skills.
Council respectfully acknowledges the Yalukut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past and present. We acknowledge and uphold their continuing relationship to this land. 3
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Parks are precious, magical places
As our population grows, public open space becomes more precious and at times even magical.
The slug stands proud in the childrenâ€™s playground in Alma Park, a park first designed in 1867 by Clement Hodgkinson (who also designed Treasury, Fitzroy, Flagstaff and St Vincent gardens).
There are many reasons to visit Alma Park, including Hank Marvin Market on Saturdays, loads of sports, bike paths, playgrounds for all ages, modern toilet facilities, a gazebo and a BBQ.
vegetation, 24 significant parks, 70 neighbourhood parks, 54 playgrounds and 15 sports grounds.Â
Discover a new park this summer Alma Park is part of the 176 hectares www.portphillip.vic.gov.au of public open spaces managed by Council, which also includes 9.2 kilometres of foreshore, 10 hectares of indigenous
Play your part Summer will be safe, clean and fun for everyone if we all play our part.
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Royals on beach patrol Anti-littering efforts, the focus of Council and Port Phillip Leader’s #LoveOurBay campaign, got a royal boost when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met BeachPatrol volunteers at South Melbourne Beach in October. The royal couple was introduced to local students who showed samples of litter collected from local beaches; each student had a bag with a specific category of litter, including plastic straws, bottle tops, plastic bottles, balloons, coffee cups and lids.
BeachPatrol vice-president Ross Headifen, who is involved with #LoveOurBay, met the royals and said they were very tuned into environmental issues and the dangers of plastic pollution. ‘Prince Harry was very interested in hearing the students’ ideas on how to stop plastic pollution,’ he said. Join a BeachPatrol near you www.beachpatrol.com.au
Council has increased its summer management funding to provide extra rubbish bins, bin collections and beach cleans all summer. This will make it easier for everyone to keep our beaches, parks and reserves clean - and help protect the marine life in our bay. For everyone’s safety, no glass is allowed on the foreshore at any time. Summer rangers will also be out and about encouraging everyone to use the bins and to take it easy as the hot weather rolls in. Extra summer services www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ summer-in-city.htm
Laws on patrol Council local laws ofﬁcers will be patrolling beaches, parks and foreshore reserves, enforcing our glass and camping bans this summer.
Alcohol bans over Christmas and New Year Council is working with Victoria Police to ensure a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone during the festive season. From Christmas Eve through to Boxing Day inclusive, a total alcohol ban will be enforced on the St Kilda foreshore, which includes beaches, parks, piers and reserves.
For the New Year period, the total alcohol ban will extend to all public places in the municipality, including beaches, parks, piers and streets, starting from 8 pm on 30 December, effective until 12 noon 2 January 2019. Check the no drink rules www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ alcohol-bans.htm 5
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Fishermans Bend in the frame Divercity looks at the new framework shaping Australia’s largest urban renewal project, which includes the Port Phillip precincts of Wirraway, Sandridge and Montague.
The new Framework brings forward some crucial and welcome new features:
Education Plans for ﬁve schools, including the recently delivered South Melbourne Primary School and the recently announced Fishermans Bend Secondary School.
Kirrip Park is the ﬁrst in a series of parks proposed for Fisherman Bend. Kirrip means friendship in the Boon Wurrung language.
After an extensive process, which included a planning review panel and an extensive 59 day public hearing, the Victorian Government has ﬁnalised the Fishermans Bend Framework and planning controls, which provides a much needed guide to the development of the area until 2050. Located between the bay, city and current residential areas, the Bend has always played a major role in Melbourne’s industrial development. The Framework now offers a guiding hand to a new phase - a mix of inner city residential and employment uses with an amenity that communities have come to expect.
Council has long argued that planning rules should deliver the aspirations of future residents and ratepayers. The vision is for family friendly, liveable and sustainable neighbourhoods that, from the start, have plans for crucial features such as open space, shops, community hubs, transport links and environmental building standards. Over the next 12 months, Council will work with the Victorian Government to prepare detailed precinct plans to realise the vision for the three Port Phillip precincts. Development of a funding and ﬁnance Plan will also be crucial to ensure the progressive delivery of essential infrastructure as the area develops. Follow the Framework www.ﬁshermansbend.vic.gov.au
A 5 star Green Building Council of Australia accreditation requirement for developments over 5,000 square metres (4 star requirement for all others). Mandatory water tanks and third pipe plumbing for all developments. A series of proposed new parks, including the future expansion of North Port Oval to become a major sporting precinct.
Transport A proposed tram crossing over the Yarra River and two new tram routes. The potential for two train alignments and three train stations to be further investigated.
Social housing A social housing uplift scheme that allows developers to plan eight additional dwellings for every social housing dwelling that they gift to a community housing organisation.
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Elwood fete Saturday 8 December, 3 pm to 8 pm St Columba's Primary School 24 Glen Huntly Road, Elwood It’s St Columba's Primary School’s 100 year anniversary, and to celebrate the school is having its biggest fete ever. There will be amusement rides, food trucks and much more. Free www.stcolumbasprimary.org
Pause to remember with Jacka Sunday 13 January, 2 pm to 3 pm St Kilda Cemetery Dandenong Road, East St Kilda Remember the life of Albert Jacka, former St Kilda Mayor and the first Australian to be awarded the Victoria Cross in WWI. Pay your respects at a service, which will be followed by afternoon tea. 9209 6762
Midsumma’s Pride March Sunday 3 February, 11 am to 4 pm Fitzroy Street and Catani Gardens St Kilda Midsumma Festival is Victoria's premier LGBTQIA+ cultural festival, made for and by communities who live with shared experiences of diverse gender and sexuality. Note earlier start time to avoid extreme heat. www.midsumma.org.au/
Elwood and St Kilda Neighbourhood Learning Centre Open Day Saturday 19 January, 11 am to 2 pm Elwood and St Kilda Neighbourhood Learning Centre 87 Tennyson Street, Elwood Tour our community garden. There will be food and entertainment. Book to try a taster course, such as yoga, meditation or art. All ages. www.esnlc.com.au 9531 1954
St Kilda Eco-Fest Sunday 20 January, 2 pm to 6 pm Port Phillip Eco-Centre and St Kilda Botanical Gardens Live music, workshops, food and market stalls promoting sustainable living. www.portphillip.vic.gov.au
Bay Street Festival Friday 30 November, 5 pm to 9 pm Bay Street, Port Melbourne The annual festival is back with a jazz parade down Bay Street, choir competition and Monash Big Band. Free www.3207port.com.au
South Port Uniting Church Christmas Port Melbourne Uniting Church 144 Bridge Street, Port Melbourne Saturday 1 December, 4 pm to 6 pm Christmas ‘messy’ church for families of all ages. Thursday 13 December, 7 pm Carols by Candlelight www.spuc.org.au
All Saints carols 2 Chapel Street, St Kilda East Advent carols Sunday 2 December, 5 pm Christmas Carols Sunday 23 December, 7.30 pm www.allsaints.org.au
Christmas tree festival Thursday 6 to Sunday 9 December Thursday and Friday 10 am to 7 pm Saturday 10 am to 6 pm Sunday 12 pm to 4 pm Holy Trinity 175-177 Chapel Street, Balaclava See the Christmas tree creations from our local primary schools, businesses and other members of the community. www.holytrinitybalaclava.com.au
Port Melbourne Christmas stall Saturday 8 December, 10 am to 2 pm Bay Street, Port Melbourne The traditional Christmas stall will feature Ray Jelley’s new book, ’321 - Imagined Settlement’, the story of the residents of 321 Esplanade East.
Alliance Française Christmas market Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 December, 10 am to 5 pm 51 Grey Street, St Kilda The Alliance Française annual French Christmas Market. A community event with French flair to interest all ages. Free www.afmelbourne.com.au
Esplanade Market Sunday 23 December 10 am to 5 pm Upper Esplanade, St Kilda
A fabulous day of food, excitement and fashion, to the backdrop of galloping hooves on the St Kilda foreshore.
Carman’s Women’s Fun Run
Ultimate frisbee in the park
Sunday 2 December 7.30 am to 12 noon Catani Gardens, St Kilda Help turn St Kilda pink to fight against breast cancer. Whether you walk or run, get your team together and have fun. $65+ / $55+ www.carmanswomensfunrun. com.au
Friday 15 February, 3 pm to 8 pm, West Beach, St Kilda
See Santa, sing Christmas songs and get your face painted, all while listening to live music. Free www.stkildaesplanademarket. com.au
Every Sunday, 2 pm to 3 pm Albert Park Synthetic Fields 1/2 Hockey Drive, St Kilda Make new friends while you learn a fun, dynamic and fast growing sport. Come along, have a throw, and learn what ultimate frisbee is all about. $5 www.ultimatevictoria.com.au
Cupid’s Undie Run Wednesday 17 February, 11 am Catani Gardens and St Kilda Beach St Kilda Dress up or dress down to raise funds for the Children’s Tumour Foundation. $70 www.cupidsundierun.com.au
arts and entertainment
Carlisle Street Art Space
Best in show Saturdays and Sundays 1 to 9 December, 10 am to 4 pm Melbourne Camera Club 254-256 Ferrars Street South Melbourne
The Melbourne Camera Club’s 2018 End of Year Photography Exhibition showcases members’ best work. Free www.melbournephoto.org.au
St Kilda Town Hall 99a Carlisle Street, St Kilda Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm Port Phillip City Collection: Recent acquisitions Wednesday 5 December to Wednesday 23 January An exhibition of the latest and greatest, includes works on paper, paintings, photographs and sculpture. The Torch: Confined 10 Thursday 31 January to Wednesday 27 February The Torch supports Indigenous offenders and ex-offenders to explore their culture and identity through art. Free www.portphillip.vic.gov.au
Awe and Peace Tuesday 4 December to Friday 25 January, 6 pm to 8 pm Space2b Artspace 144 Chapel Street, St Kilda The opening night of the Peace be the Word exhibition. Visit the second annual wonderfully diverse community art exhibition. space2b.com.au
Oh Romeo Romeo, go to Rose Garden Romeo Thursday 6 to Sunday 16 December The Rose Garden St Kilda Botanical Gardens Shakespeare’s greatest love story performed by the vibrant Melbourne Shakespeare Company in the Rose Garden. $30 / $25 / $20 www.melbourneshakespeare.com
The Pleasure Garden Saturday 8 December 10 am to 10 pm Catani Gardens, St Kilda An immersive, creative arts and music feast where imagination and magic coalesce into sensory wonder. Featuring the Temper Trap, Xavier Rudd, Confidence Man and Sampa the Great. $90+ www.thepleasuregarden.com.au
Open air cinema Thursday 29 November to Friday 21 December South Beach Reserve, St Kilda Enjoy live music, gourmet food and sunset drinks before the latest releases light up the big screen. openaircinemas.com.au
Bona Fide Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 January 12 noon to 10 pm St Kilda Foreshore 15 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda Bob Sinclair and an entourage of house music heavyweights make their presence felt on the St Kilda foreshore.
St Kilda Festival Sunday 10 February 10 am to 10 pm, St Kilda
Linden New Art
Australia’s biggest free music festival, featuring the best local and national music talent.
Latin Festival Tuesday to Friday 10 am to 3 pm Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm Ends Sunday 10 February 26 Acland Street, St Kilda Visit the iconic Linden Postcard Show. It’s an open entry exhibition, so everyone, from hobbyists to established artists, has the opportunity to see their artworks in the gallery. Free lindenarts.org
Friday 22 to Sunday 24 February Friday and Saturday 11 am to 10 pm Sunday 11 am to 8 pm O’Donnell Gardens, St Kilda A carnival full of life with samba, tango, salsa, reggaeton and capoeira. Free www.stkildalatinfestival.com.au
Holi Tribe Festival Saturday 23 February, 11 am to 8 pm South Beach, St Kilda Holi festival, which has an ancient origin, celebrates the triumph of good over evil. This event brings people from all walks of life together to spread the key message of harmony, joy and happiness through colours. $20 www.holitribe.net
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At Kirrip Park, Senior Arborist Jonathan checks on one of the 700 trees planted by Council across the municipality this year.
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New Year, new volunteer role?
Volunteering is a great way to meet people, learn new skills and make a contribution to the community. Many local organisations depend on volunteers to keep their doors open and enrich their programs. Garden skills and green thumbs Garden Nomads supports people with limited mobility to maintain their much loved gardens. Christ Church Mission in St Kilda, who organises this program, is looking for experienced gardeners to work with enthusiastic novices who are happy to be mentored. Elaine 9534 9250 Bili Nursery and Westgate Park Landcare are looking for people interested in landscape gardening to propagate indigenous plants. They have a thriving nursery in Williamstown Road and projects in Westgate Park. Tony 0400 770 254
Companions and activities Bandmates matches volunteers with music lovers who have disability and/or mental health issues to support them to get out and experience Melbourneâ€™s live music scene and make new social connections. artsaccess.com.au/ bandmates-victoria/ South Port Day Links needs volunteer drivers, garden helpers, dog walkers and walk mates to help elderly and disabled people stay happy at home. R immi 9646 6362
Volunteer Waterfront Welcomers meet cruise ship passengers at Station Pier with their new safari bus. Contact: Brian 9645 1476
Office and front desk St Kilda Legal Service is looking for mature volunteers with office or paralegal skills. A one day per week commitment is required. Anthea 8598 6613 Star Health (formerly Inner South Community Health) uses volunteer front of house staff at a variety of locations. They are looking for friendly, helpful and reliable people for regular hours.
Many volunteers, one portal A new web portal makes it easier for volunteers to find local opportunities to get involved. Local organisations can add their vacancies free of charge. volunteer.portphillip. vic.gov.au
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A team of students at Albert Park College is being trained to pass on resilience skills to other students, staff and the community. Supported by Council as a demonstration program, the students will be guided by adolescent health psychologist Andrew Fuller to pass on the art of resilience.
‘It’s an amazing opportunity to learn new skills,’ says Year 10 student Charlotte Hewitson. ‘We are looking forward to working with others to build their self-confidence and awareness.’
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It is anticipated that the peer resilience program will involve other local schools in the future. Learn about youth leadership programs www.portphillip.vic.gov.au
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Student leaders for healthy minds Students from nine schools across Port Phillip presented their ideas about creating healthy minds during a recent Youth in Chamber session. Student leaders told Councillors about activities at their school to promote healthy minds. At Port Melbourne Primary School, the Harmony Project promoted community connectedness, which was a way to say bullying was unacceptable. At St Kilda Park Primary School, Year 6 students hosted Creating Healthy Minds activities throughout the year. Albert Park Primary School students held a Hygiene Drive to collect hygiene products to distribute to people experiencing homelessness. At St Kilda Primary School, they celebrated Mindfulness Month with mindfulness sessions on Mondays and Fridays in August. Activities included mindful origami, colouring and guided meditation using Smiling Mind and mindfulness music. Acts of Kindness was the theme at Galilee Regional Catholic Primary School, where students engaged the whole school in acts of kindness.
Elwood Primary School held a cultural awareness and understanding month that included cultural information packs, as well as classroom and schoolyard activities. Mac.Robertson Girlsâ€™, Wesley College, Albert Park College and CBC St Kilda also shared their healthy mind strategies with the councillors. Highlights included an art competition focused on reducing anxiety and peer-to-peer learning programs.
Healthy in the heat With a hot summer forecast, Council encourages everyone to take it easy on hot days, drink lots of water and check on your vulnerable neighbours. Hints for heat safety w ww.portphillip.vic.gov.au/ heatwave.htm
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Weâ€™ll be working hard to keep our beaches and parks clean all summer with more beach cleans, bins and bin collections. We have glass and alcohol bans in place, and extra patrols. Summer will be safe, clean and fun for everyone if we all play our part.
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Howzat: Summer of Divercity Catch a double dose of women’s big bash cricket at the newly refurbished Junction Oval on the weekend of 1 and...
Published on Oct 31, 2018
Howzat: Summer of Divercity Catch a double dose of women’s big bash cricket at the newly refurbished Junction Oval on the weekend of 1 and...