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Celebrate what's great about Moreland

To assist you with your application, Council is running information sessions on 4 and 12 June and 2 July at thMoreland Civic Centre in Coburg.

Grant applications for festivals and events taking place between September 2015 and June 2016 are due by Friday 17 July 2015.

For more information visit Celebrating Place Grants Program.

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Reconciliation Week film screenings

As part of Reconciliation Week 2015 (27 May - 3 June) Council is screening two films in partnership with the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. 

Ten Canoes screens at 8 pm on Thursday 28 May and Murundak: Songs of Freedom screens at 5 pm on Sunday 31 May, followed by a panel discussion.

Both films are showing at the Brunswick Town Hall.

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We want to hear from you

Visit consultations to share your ideas for your community.

Current consultations

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A new online space for Oxygen - Moreland Youth Services

Young people in Moreland now have a dedicated site where they can check out what's happening at the Oxygen Youth Space, as well as find out more about services and resources in their local area. Visit Oxygen - Moreland Youth Services.

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An exciting new urban retreat in Brunswick

Located between Sydney Road and Black Street in Brunswick, Wilson Avenue public space features trees, grass, seats, bike racks and lighting.

This 700-square-metre space is scheduled to be finished in June and officially launched on 2 August 2015.

In the meantime, check out our time-lapse video of the installation of the 9-metre-long bouldering wall.