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MANNINGHAM The community that matters

INSPIRING BUSINESS Supporting success | PAGE 4 CAPITAL WORKS Community building | PAGE 8

ISSUE 6 2018


Your library

Much more than books

11 North East Link

Community update


Mayor’s message


Your say

6 Community 11 Lifestyle 11

In brief

12 Calendar of events 15 Language services

Message from THE MAYOR Recently you may have seen us at your local shopping centres at one of our Listening Posts. It is really important that we continue to keep you, our community, at the heart of everything we do. Our Listening Posts are just one way we are connecting with you. I’d really like to thank everyone who took the time to share their thoughts and feedback with us. We really value your insights, ideas and experiences in Manningham.

Manningham is a wonderful place to live and work. Our business community is a vital part of our daily lives. We are working to support our local businesses and I encourage you to keep them front of mind when you are looking for goods and services. We are also very excited to be welcoming entrepreneur and author of the 4 Ingredients cookbook series, Kim McCosker to Manningham later this year. Kim will be joining us for our annual Women Inspiring Business Lunch and sharing her story about starting out in business. If you would like to attend, discover more on page 4.

Later this month communities across Australia celebrate Book Week. It doesn’t matter if you are at the very start of your reading journey or a lifelong reader, a good book can bring us so much happiness.

These days you will discover your local library has much more than books to offer. Why not visit this month, you will find classes, events and activities for the whole family. Learn more on page 6. Following on from last month’s information about our 2018/19 Annual Budget, I’d like you to have a look at pages 8 and 9. This map shows you some of the capital works we will be undertaking this financial year. We are continuing to invest in our roads, drainage, community facilities, parks and public open spaces across Manningham.

15 Your Council Cr Andrew Conlon Mayor

16 Council meetings 16 Council contacts


COVER IMAGE: Places to explore in Manningham.


Parks Alive is our new initiative and your opportunity to get involved with your local park. Local resident and former VFL umpire Glenn James OAM is pleased to be part of Parks Alive and encourages other residents to get involved and make their mark on their local park. Find out more and register your interest


Pictured: Manningham CEO Warwick Winn, Glenn James OAM and Manningham Mayor Cr Andrew Conlon.

Find out more information about your rates and how they are calculated rates Have you seen our now look website? Check it out now

HAVE YOUR SAY ‒ PARKING MANAGEMENT We are seeking your feedback on our draft Parking Management Policy. It guides how we manage on-street public car parking in Manningham, including parking restrictions. This includes parking on your street, around schools and reserves, near public transport and at your local shops. The draft policy has been developed following community consultation in May this year. Thank you to everyone who took part – your feedback has helped us develop the draft policy. View the draft policy and have your say Consultation closes at 5.00pm on Tuesday 18 September.

Thanks to everyone who came along to our official opening of Manningham’s premier new five court sporting facility, #MullumMullumStadium in Donvale.

Discover what’s on in our community for kids and family! Check out kids-and-family


We have a vibrant arts and cultural scene for you to explore. arts-and-venues


Share your story with us! Community groups, neighbourhood groups, and business associations can suggest stories. submit-a-story

In August we’re hosting a series of community celebrations as we launch our recently upgraded neighbourhood parks in Manningham. Come along to explore the new changes and enjoy activities like rock painting and afternoon tea. neighbourhood-park-celebrations



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Talking Women Inspiring Business with Kim McCosker

Best-selling author of the 4 Ingredients recipe book series Kim McCosker, is this year’s guest speaker at Manningham’s Women Inspiring Business lunch. We asked Kim how she got started and what drives her as one of Australia’s most successful female entrepreneurs. HOW DID YOU GET STARTED? I was a working mum juggling work and running after the kids. I’d get home late and wanted to prepare good food for dinner, but all the recipe books were complicated and required hours of preparation. I wanted inspiration in a recipe book that was uncomplicated and required minimum ingredients – that’s how the 4 Ingredients concept was born.

WHAT CHALLENGES HAVE YOU FACED? In March 2007, four pallet loads of my first cookbook were dropped off at my home. I self-published the book and had no money for a marketing plan, so I turned to Google and upskilled myself. I became the marketer because no one can sell your product better than you. I wrote the press release, sent it out to local radio stations, chased interviews and never gave up. Throughout it all, my family kept me motivated. 4 | MANNINGHAM MATTERS ISSUE 6 2018

WHAT AND WHO INSPIRES YOU? My amazing mum. I grew up on a citrus farm in the small Queensland town of Mundubbera. It had no 24hour supermarkets and she would always make something incredible out of virtually nothing.

WHAT BUSINESS ADVICE YOU WOULD GIVE? Never take no for an answer. ‘No’ only means ‘no’ today. As soon as you take an idea that is new or different or contrary to popular belief, everyone will tell you it won’t work. Keep knocking down that door and if you’re single-minded in that purpose and ‘no’ is the answer, then find another way.

Women Inspiring Business Lunch Wednesday, 5 September 12 noon to 2.30pm Kim McCosker will share her amazing story of life so far. She will inspire, encourage and entertain with her simple, hardworking and determined recipe for success. Bookings essential

Proudly sponsored by Bendigo Bank, Templestowe Village and Doncaster East, Fruitbowl Productions and Philip Webb Real Estate

9840 9304


Manningham Business Network is open to all local businesses. The network is focused on peer support and relationship development. They strongly believe that referrals and joint ventures will evolve from the connections made through the network. The Manningham Business Network motto is share, learn and grow.


Support and buy local this September and October to go into the draw to win $1,000.

Share your business potential.

Learn from other business people and expert speakers.

Grow your business by being informed and inspired.

Visitors are encouraged to attend one or two open meetings before applying for membership. The annual membership fee is $350 and includes catering at meetings and forums. Manningham Business Network has a diverse membership base representing a range of industries.


PICTURED: Some of the local businesses supporting our #BuyLocalManningham campaign: Riddik Café; The Girls on Anderson and Di Censo Butchers. BELOW: Manningham Business Network member, Fish and Burger Co.

To enter, follow just three simple steps: 1. take a photo of yourself purchasing a product or service from a local Manningham business 2. post the photo to Instagram and/or Facebook, using the hashtag #BuyLocalManningham 3. go into the draw to win $1,000, courtesy of Manningham Business

WHY LOCAL MATTERS Did you know more than 60 per cent of local spending is reinvested into the Manningham economy? The #BuyLocalManningham campaign is one way we are raising awareness and promoting the benefits of supporting our local businesses. We’d also like to thank the businesses from across Manningham that have thrown their support behind the campaign by being involved in the campaign promotion.

FIND OUT MORE Find out more or to get in touch with Manningham Business 9840 9229 | 5

Books are just the beginning!

Join us to celebrate Book Week (Monday 20 August to Sunday 26 August) and discover how much your local library has to offer all year round. Check out regular children’s programs, special events, competitions, writing groups, literature programs, technology activities, language programs and history activities.

1000 Books Before School The 1000 Books Before School program is about setting good examples for your children and fostering a love of reading that could last a lifetime. Early literacy skills are essential building blocks for lifelong learning. The more books children hear in their early years, the better prepared they are when it comes time for them to learn how to read. Research shows that children who are read to six or seven times a week have a literacy level almost a year ahead of children who are not read to at home. By reading to your child or sharing books with them for around 15 minutes each day, they get a head start, and will have listened to around 1000 books over three years.


Step 1: Become a member of your local library and register for the 1000 Books Before School program Step 2: You'll recieve a 1000 books jungle journal to record each book.

Step 3: Mark or colour a footprint in the journal each time you read together with your child. Step 4: Each time you reach a milestone in your journal, bring it to one of our branches for a special sticker.

Step 5: When you get to 1000 books, show us your journal for an extra special prize.


FIND YOUR NEAREST LIBRARY Bulleen Library Bulleen Village Shopping Centre, Manningham Road, Bulleen 9896 8450 OPENING HOURS: Monday - Friday 10.00 am - 6.00 pm Saturday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Doncaster Library MC Square, 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster 9877 8500 OPENING HOURS:

Jean is 95 and a keen reader, even though she has began to lose her sight...

Wednesday and Thursday 10.00am to 8.00pm

"I was a voracious reader from the time I was 4. I grew up in Darjeeling in India and my Mum would read me poetry, my Grandma sent me Beatrix Potter and Dad read me Alice in Wonderland. It was wonderful.”

Sunday 1.00pm to 4.00pm

"When we moved to Brisbane, I discovered I just loved school. From the age of 6 I knew I was going to be a teacher and I never strayed from that.”

"Now days, my mind is still awake [but] I have the greatest difficulty in reading,” Jean now listens to audio books, delivered every few weeks by Ros, a Whitehorse Manningham Library volunteer. "It’s just wonderful, to be able to sit and listen and not do anything else. I like the Australian voices. I have read some amazing talking books."


Currently the Home Library Service has 61 volunteers, some of who do multiple rounds and as a whole, the service visits 500 people across the region. The volunteers provide much needed social connection for older people in our community.

The service is free for residents of Manningham who are housebound or have difficulty getting to the library. With the aid of volunteers, the Home Library Service reaches a broad range of recipients, including local residents in their own homes, those in nursing homes, day care centres for the elderly, aged care facilities for Chinese residents and retirement villages. This year over 50,000 items were delivered by Home Library staff and volunteers. This included a range of reading materials from audio books, Magazines, DVD’s and books.

Saturday 9.00am to 5.00pm



Monday, Tuesday and Friday 10.00am to 6.00pm

The Pines Library The Pines Shopping Centre Blackburn Road, Doncaster East 9877 8550 OPENING HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10.00am to 8.00pm Wednesday 1.00pm to 8.00pm Saturday 9.00am to 5.00pm

Warrandyte Library Warrandyte Community Centre, 168 Yarra Street, Warrandyte 9895 4250 OPENING HOURS: Tuesday and Wednesday 10.00am to 5.30pm Thursday and Friday 1.00pm to 5.30pm Saturday 9.00am to 1.00pm | 7


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Multiuse space, playspace, paths and picnic facilities $395,000

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Finalise design – road upgrade $110,000

12. Tuckers Road Templestowe

Upgrade works (strengthening of road base, new asphalt and improvements to open drain network and line marking) $220,000

20. Doncaster Playhouse Theatre Exterior repairs and painting $100,000 21. Ironbark Reserve

Playspace, path and landscaping works

13. Mullum Mullum Creek Linear Park at Currawong ‒ Stage 1 Furniture, signs and pathways $210,000

$100,000 22. Deep Creek Childcare Centre General refurbishment works

14. Beverley Hills Kindergarten

General refurbishment works $180,000

10. Mullum Mullum Pavilion (Bowls/Hockey)

Female friendly upgrade works, including pavilion refurbishment works. $258,000

11. George St (from Victoria St to Williamsons Road)

Major asphalt patching, new asphalt surface, improvements to open drain network and linemarking.

$100,000 23. Ruffey Lake Park

Landscaping, furniture, signs and pathways

15. Bourke Street Bulleen (from Rose Ave to Carrathool St)

Major asphalt patching, new asphalt surface, improvements and new linemarking.

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Park Orchards Community House & Learning Centre has a number of free clubs and activities available to suit all interests. Currently there are seven clubs, which meet monthly including book club, genealogy, walking group, photography. There is also 'crafternoon', a writing circle and the singing group meeting weekly during school terms. These groups provide opportunities to make new friendships and learn something new.


Without the work of volunteers these clubs would not be possible. David Lovett has been running the walking group since 2010. The free singing group is suitable for anyone who wants an opportunity to sing in a fun, relaxed environment. The group is run by Kay Morton who comes with a wealth of experience and directed the acapella group “Rubies in the Kitchen” for 8 years. For more information 9876 4381

Manningham Mayor Cr Andrew Conlon (Right) and Cr Anna Chen (Left) are encouraging the Manningham community to get behind the Commuters Count – Better Bus campaign.

COMMUTERS COUNT – BETTER BUSES Public transport is crucial to the growth and wellbeing of communities. The Eastern Transport Coalition (ETC) strives to give commuters in Melbourne’s east access to good connections, quality interchanges, and frequent and reliable bus services. The ETC’s ‘more and better bus services’ campaign aims to increase funding for, and accelerate the delivery of significant bus improvement projects in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. The campaign seeks to improve bus coverage and frequency, provide safer access to bus stops and advocate for a Doncaster Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service. You can help advocate for improved bus services in Melbourne’s east by joining the campaign. Help us make good transport ideas a reality: The Eastern Transport Coalition consists of Melbourne’s seven eastern metropolitan councils. Combined, the ETC represents approximately one million residents and advocates for sustainable and integrated transport services that reduce car dependency. Cr Anna Chen is Manningham's representative at the ETC.


Tickets are on sale now. This year the event incorporates the well known Fireball and will raise much needed funds for local CFA brigades. Saturday 27 October, 7.00pm

To purchase tickets or for more information 9840 9304 Proudly sponsored by Warrandyte Community Branch, Bendigo Bank and Noel Jones – Doncaster. 10 | MANNINGHAM MATTERS ISSUE 6 2018

IN BRIEF WINTER AT AQUARENA It’s never too cold to exercise. Work up a sweat in our group exercise class, hit our fully-stocked gymnasium or book in a session with a personal trainer. Swimming isn’t just for summer, swim laps in one of our heated pools of relax and rejuvenate in our spa and steam room.


2018/2019 SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM Applications for Manningham’s Small Grant Program open at 9.00am on Monday 10 September and close at 5.00pm on Monday 1 October 2018. Community groups and organisations that deliver activities which involve and benefit our local community are invited to apply. To assist with the preparation of the application please refer to the Community Grant Guidelines and Information Guide. grants

RATES If you haven't already, you will soon receive your rates notice. This contains information about how your rates are calculated, eNoticies, our 2018/19 budget and your waste and recycling charge. For more information about your rates 9840 9333

The North East Link (NEL) is a $15.8 billion dollar State Government project, led by the North East Link Authority (NELA). Construction is expected to commence in 2021, with the new road and tunnel expected to be open by 2027. In May, NELA released a business case, confirming that ‘Option A’ (through Bulleen and the Eastern Freeway) as the most feasible route for the proposed North East Link road. An Environment Effects Statement (EES) process is currently underway, and is expected to be finalised in mid-2019. By the end of 2018, Melbourne’s population is expected to top 5 million people. On a daily basis, travel reliability and access to our workplaces, schools and daily errands are impacted by every-increasing traffic congestion. We have been actively working with our community, NELA, our neighbouring Councils and other stakeholders to ensure that our community’s interests and concerns are represented. On 26 June 2018, Council endorsed providing NELA with the ‘North East Link – Preliminary Issues and Opportunities’ report. The report provides 19 recommendations for NELA to consider to ensure that the NEL project delivers an overall net benefit to our community – and to protect and enhance the areas that matter most to our community.

In hearing from our community, the areas that matter most are: •

protecting the environmental character of our suburbs, such as Koonung Creek Linear Park and Yarra River corridor;

protecting access and impact to our parks, sporting grounds and community facilities, particularly around Bulleen Park and the surrounding school districts;

improving local traffic conditions and ensuring the Eastern Freeway remains toll free;

supporting our local business owners who will be impacted, notably around the Bulleen and Manningham Road industrial estate;

enhancing access to good public transport, including to build a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system and future-proof the Doncaster rail link;

minimising traffic noise impacts;

delivering more walking and cycling paths, including across the Yarra River and Bulleen Road;

preserving our local heritage artwork and access to the Heide museum.


Your Say Manningham is our online consultation portal where you can share your opinions, ideas and feedback on issues and projects that are important to you. If you would like to receive updates from us you can also register online.

North East Link Update


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LEFT: Discover your library ABOVE: Raising funds for cancer research

Saturday 18 August 9.00am to 1.00pm

Tuesday 21 August 4.00pm to 5.30pm

Thursday 23 August 10.00am to 12.30pm

On the third Saturday of the month you can visit the market for your fresh foods, a coffee or a snack, while browsing local community interest stalls.

Create a simple electronic, light-up bookmark.

Presented by Dementia Australia, this session is targeted to those who work or volunteer with emergency services in Manningham. The workshop will support you and your local community in becoming dementiafriendly.

Park Orchards Farmers Market

Park Orchards Primary School, Corner Park Road and Bowmore Avenue Monday 20 August

RSPCA Cupcake Day

Help support the RSPCA. Simply register and cook yummy cupcakes to share this August. Your colleagues, schoolmates, family and friends will love participating.

Makerspace Program – LED bookmarks (Children)

The Pines Library Corner Reynolds Road and Blackburn Road, East Doncaster Wednesday 22 August 1.30pm to 3.00pm

Book Week LED Bookmark (Adults)

Create a simple electronic, light-up bookmark. Warrandyte Library 168 Yarra Street, Warrandyte Monday 20 August to Sunday 26 August

Book Week

There is so much more than books on offer at your library, including author visits, workshops, demonstrations, arts and craft, children’s activities plus much more. Discover your local library this Book Week.

Thursday 23 August 9.30am to 12.30pm

Nature Walk: Wattles at Whipstick

At the peak of wattle season join a walk that ascends Fourth Hill to seek out the wattles that grow in the harsh stony hills, returning along the river to see the moisture loving species that live there. Distance: 4km. Time: 2.5 hours. Rating: Difficult. Whipstick Gully, Warrandyte Bookings essential wattles-at-whipstick


Are local emergency services dementia friendly?

Manningham Civic Centre 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Thursday 23 August to Saturday 1 September

PEP Productions presents Cry Baby the Musical Set in 1954 Baltimore, teenager Allison Vernon-Williams is drawn across the tracks to orphaned bad boy Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker, the leader of a pack of rebel outcasts.

Doncaster Playhouse 679 Doncaster Road, Doncaster doncaster-playhouse Friday 24 August

Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day gives hope for a brighter, cancer-free future through raising funds for cancer research, prevention and support services.








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ABOVE: Join the circle


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Friday 24 August 4.00 pm to 5.00pm

Wednesday 29 August 6.00pm to 8.00pm

Saturday 1 September 8.00am to 1.00pm

Self-confessed full-time word nerd, David Astle is a crossword maker and author. He joins us to help celebrate Book Week with wordy trickery and puzzles.

An exhibition that explores how we visualise, represent and comprehend slipperiness.

On the first Saturday of the month (except January and Extreme and Code Red days), discover a range of local handmade, grown and baked goods from the greater Warrandyte region and beyond.

David Astle helps us celebrate Book Week

Doncaster Library 687 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster Saturday 25 August 9.00am to 1.00pm

Wonga Park Farmers Market

On the fourth Saturday of the month bring your own shopping bags, and stock up on fresh vegetables, smallgoods, eggs and much more. Wonga Park Primary School, 41 Dudley Road, Wonga Park Sunday 26 August 8.00am to 1.00pm

Tunstall Square Market

On the last Sunday of the month discover an eclectic mix of items including art, crafts, books, plants, farm produce and clothing. Tunstall Square Shopping Centre, Corner Doncaster Road and Tunstall Road, Doncaster East au/tunstall.html

Exhibition opening ‒ Slippery When

Manningham Art Gallery Ground Floor, MC2 687 Doncaster road, Doncaster manningham-art-gallery Wednesday 29 August 6.30pm

Millennials Book Circle

Come along to a Book Circle for those aged between 18 and 35! Doncaster Library 687 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster Wednesday 29 August 7.00pm to 9.00pm

Smarter Living Archiblox and Tiny Homes Australia

Tiny homes and prefabricated houses are revolutionising home architecture and construction. Manningham Civic Centre, 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster

Warrandyte Riverside Market

Riverbank between Andersen Creek Bridge and Police Road Saturday 1 September to Sunday 30 September

Dementia Awareness Month

Dementia comes in many forms, greatly affecting individuals and their loved ones. Dementia Awareness Month is the national centrepiece for Alzheimer's Australia community awareness activities each year. Sunday 2 September

Father’s Day

Celebrating Dads and honouring fatherhood. Manningham is a great place to explore and spend time this Father’s Day.

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LEFT: Introducing solids


ABOVE: The ingredients for success


RIGHT: Share, Learn, Grow



Monday 3 September 2.30pm to 4.00pm

Starting solid foods

Learn how to introduce solid foods for your baby. Your questions will be answered in a friendly and informative presentation facilitated by a Maternal and Child Health Nurse. Doncaster MCH Centre Level 1, MC Square 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential starting-solid-foods-september Tuesday 4 September 7.30pm to 9.00pm

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships

In partnership with the Manningham YMCA Youth Services, Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli will present a free session on sexuality and the need for healthy and respectful relationships for young people. Function Room 1 Manningham Civic Centre, 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential parenting-seminar-series




Wednesday 5 September 9.00am to 4.00pm

Monday 10 September 2.30pm to 4.00pm

Confidential, one on one session to help with business planning and more.

Learn how to introduce support and understand your child’s sleep behaviour. Your questions will be answered in a friendly and informative presentation facilitated by a Maternal and Child Health Nurse.

Business Advisory Service

Manningham Civic Centre 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential $20 www.manninghambusiness. Wednesday 5 September 12noon to 2.30pm

Women Inspiring Business Lunch

4 Ingredients author and entrepreneur, Kim McCosker shares her amazing business story. Manningham Function Centre 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential $60 Friday 7 September to Saturday 15 September

Phoenix Theatre Company presents Chicago

A story of fame, fortune, and acquittal. Doncaster Playhouse 679 Doncaster Road, Doncaster doncaster-playhouse



Supporting your child to sleep

Doncaster MCH Centre Level 1, MC Square 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential supporting-your-child-to-sleepseptember Tuesday 11 September 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Manningham Business Network

Join a network of like-minded professionals who can offer their support and experience to the business network and their associates, and promote their services in a supportive environment. Manningham Civic Centre 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster Bookings essential



Cr Andrew Conlon (Mayor) MULLUM MULLUM WARD

English English Discover how how we we are are supporting and inspiring businesses in Discover Manningham. Manningham. Our 2018/19 Budget includes a $35.7 million capital works program to Our 2018/19 Budget includes a $35.7 capital works program to improve roads, drainage, public openmillion space and community facilities. improve roads, drainage, public open space and community facilities.

Simplified Chinese/ 简体中文 了解我们如何支持和鼓舞在 Manningham的企业。 我们2018/19年度预算包括3570万亿 澳元的基本建设项目,用于改善道 路、排水系统、公共场所和社区设 施。

瞭解我們如何支援和激勵在 Manningham的企業。 我們2018/19年度預算包括3570萬澳 元的基本建設專案,用於改善道路、 排水系統、公共場所和社區設施。

Greek/Ελληνικά Ανακαλύψτε πώς στηρίζουμε και εμπνέουμε τις επιχειρήσεις στο Manningham. Ο Προϋπολογισμός μας για το 2018/19 συμπεριλαμβάνει $35.7 εκατομμύρια για πρόγραμμα κεφαλαιακών εργασιών για τη βελτίωση των δρόμων των υπονόμων, των ανοιχτών δημόσιων χώρων και κοινοτικών εγκαταστάσεων.

Scopri in che modo stiamo sostenendo e ispirando le imprese a Manningham. Il nostro budget 2018/19 include un programma per grandi opere da 35,7 milioni di dollari per migliorare strade, fognature, spazi pubblici all’aperto e strutture comunitarie.

Persian (Farsi)/‫فارسی‬ ‫برای آگاهی از این که ما چگونه در َمنین َگم‬ ‫ کسب و کارها را حمایت و‬Manningham ‫تشویق می کنیم به آدرس اینترنتی زیر مراجعه‬ :‫کنید‬ 35.7 ‫ مبلغ‬،2019/2018 ‫در بودجهء سال‬ ‫میلیون دالر برای پروژه های سرمایه ای بمنظور‬ ‫ فضای باز‬،‫ شبکهء فاضالب‬،‫بهبود وضع جاده ها‬ ‫ِ عمومی و تسهیالت کامیونیتی در نظر گرفته شده‬ .‫است‬

Arabic/‫عربي‬ ‫اكتشفوا كیف ندعم ونلهم األعمال في‬ (Manningham). ‫مانینغهام‬ ‫ على برنامج‬19/2018 ‫تشتمل میزانیتنا لعام‬ ‫ ملیون دوالر لتحسین‬35.7 ‫األعمال الرئیسیة بقیمة‬ ‫الطرق والصرف واألماكن العامة المفتوحة والمرافق‬ .‫المجتمعیة‬

0425 732 238 Cr Sophy Galbally MULLUM MULLUM WARD sophy.galbally@ 0409 417 369 Cr Paul McLeish MULLUM MULLUM WARD paul.mcleish@ 0435 806 684 Cr Michelle Kleinert (Deputy Mayor) HEIDE WARD michelle.kleinert@ 0400 902 822 Cr Geoff Gough HEIDE WARD geoffreygough@ 0412 345 081


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Cr Paula Piccinini HEIDE WARD paula.piccinini@ 0411 483 176 Cr Anna Chen KOONUNG WARD anna.chen@ 0429 470 051 Cr Dot Haynes KOONUNG WARD dothaynes@ 0425 718 937 Cr Mike Zafiropoulos AM KOONUNG WARD mike.zafiropoulos@ 0412 260 709 | 15

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The completion of the final section of Mullum Mullum Trail will create a continuous off-road circuit of shared pathways with many chances for you to explore and exercise in Manningham. You can enjoy a short section of the trail. If you would like to explore a bit further within Manningham, the Mullum Mullum Trail also links with the Koonung, EastLink, Main Yarra, Ruffey, St Clems, Andersons Creek and Green Gully trails. The more adventurous can also choose to travel even further, with the Mullum Mullum Trail also connecting with the Brushy Creek, Diamond Creek and Plenty River trails.



Manningham is lucky to have one of the largest networks of public open space in metropolitan Melbourne, including over 300 parks and an extensive network of walking trails.

Sunday 16 September, 11.00am Official ceremony

Community celebration and the official opening of the final section of Mullum Mullum Trail, followed by a community walk from Park Road to Heads Road for a barbecue.

The 16 kilometre Mullum Mullum Trail is a valued part of our trail network. The final 1.3 km section of Mullum Mullum Trail between Park Road and Heads Road is soon to be completed.

Heads Road Meet: 320 Park Road, Park Orchards

The new section of the trail includes three bridges and a number of long boardwalks to navigate the natural terrain and topography of the area. This new infrastructure will allow walkers and cyclists to easily enjoy this scenic loop through beautiful bushland.



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