Flow, the latest exhibition from Counihan Gallery in Brunswick, is now open.

Presented in conjunction with the ART + CLIMATE = CHANGE FESTIVAL 2017, Flow is a confronting show tackling the issue of climate change and the impact humans have on the environment.

The Counihan Gallery is located inside the Brunswick Town Hall and entry is free.

Exhibition open until 21 May.


Microchipping your dog or cat is a great way to make sure your pet can be easily identified.

Vets, animal shelters and local Councils can scan the microchip and then contact you to let you know the location of your pet.

It's important you keep your details current. This means if your animal is lost, Council can identify your pet and return it to you easily.


Find out what Council is doing in your community

Read about Moreland's rainwater harvesting project at Hosken Reserve, pet registrations, school holiday fun, plus much more, in the latest edition of Inside Moreland.

To download the Autumn edition, visit Inside Moreland newsletter.


Everything you need to know about reducing waste and recycling

Our A to Z guide to waste and recycling has tips, advice and information on reducing waste and recycling - from mobile phones and plastic bags to concrete, fridges and chemicals.


Have you lost your pet or found a lost animal?

If you have lost your pet, you can post a photo and details of your pet on our lost pets page.

You can also check the found animals listing to see if Council officers have recently picked up your pet.

If you have found someone else's lost pet, contact Council.


We want to hear from you

Visit consultations to share your ideas for your community.

Other consultations which are relevant to Moreland residents