Wyndham City provides a range of infrastructure and services that support the wellbeing of the local community.

We run community centres and libraries, provide early years and maternal health services, and maintain local parks and open spaces. We also maintain local roads, and provide rubbish collection and waste disposal services, along with a range of other local infrastructure and services designed to improve the lives of Wyndham residents.

But there are many issues and service gaps affecting our community that we can’t solve on our own. We’re largely reliant on other levels of government to fund and provide the infrastructure and services our community needs to prosper.

That’s why it’s important for us to communicate our needs and seek action from politicians, government departments, and other key stakeholders.

This is what we call advocacy – and it’s one of the most important functions we perform. Click below to read detailed information about our approach to advocacy.

Securing Wyndham’s Future is council’s advocacy strategy that is updated regularly to reflect community needs and government policy and funding changes. Find out what we need to help Wyndham secure its future as a liveable and prosperous city here: 

Securing Wyndham’s Future: Advocacy Strategy

Victorian Pre-Budget Submission 2021-22

Federal Pre-Budget Submission 2021-22

Advocacy Annual Report 2019-2020

Submission - Infrastructure Australia 2021 Infrastructure Priority List Publication

Submission - Infrastructure Victoria 30-Year Infrastructure Strategy


Wyndham Advocacy Campaigns

i love kinder


I Love Kinder

Kinder gives our kids the best start at a critical time in their development and helps prepare them for school. This is all at risk if the Federal Government doesn’t commit to ongoing funding - join the campaign and show how much you love kinder. 



schools for wyndham



Wyndham's population is booming, but the Victorian Government isn't building schools quickly enough. We need new primary and secondary schools to be funded and built ASAP - support our campaign and help give our schoolkids their best chance to thrive.

Contact Your Local Politician

Australian Federal Parliament – House of Representatives

Member for Lalor

Joanne Ryan
Tenancies 3 & 4, 203-205 Watton Street, Werribee VIC 3030
Phone 9742 5800
E-mail: Joanne.Ryan.MP@aph.gov.au

Member for Gellibrand

Tim Watts
97 Geelong Road, Footscray VIC 3011
Phone 9687 7661
E-mail: Tim.Watts.MP@aph.gov.au

Victorian State Parliament – Legislative Assembly

Member for Altona

Jill Hennessy
Suite 603, Level 1, 2 Main St, Point Cook 3030
Phone 9395 0221
Email: jill.hennessy@parliament.vic.gov.au

Member for Werribee

Tim Pallas
Shop 2, 56 - 58 Watton Street, Werribee 3030
Phone 9741 1133
Email: tim.pallas@parliament.vic.gov.au

Member for Tarneit

Sarah Connolly
C1 Level 1, 100 Overton Rd, Williams Landing 3027
Phone 9916 1781
Email: Sarah.Connolly@parliament.vic.gov.au

State Parliament – Legislative Council

Western Metropolitan Region

Kaushaliya Vaghela
Shop 3, 1-13 Watton St, Werribee 3030
Phone 8742 3226
Email: Kaushaliya.Vaghela@parliament.vic.gov.au:

Ingrid Stitt
Suite 2, 80 Carmody Dve, Cairnlea 3023
Phone 9363 1644
Email: Ingrid.Stitt@parliament.vic.gov.au

Bernie Finn
Suite 101, 19 Lacy Street, Braybrook, VIC, 3019
Phone 9317 5900
Email: bernie.finn@parliament.vic.gov.au

Dr Catherine Cumming
75 Victoria St, Seddon 3011
Phone 9689 6373
Email: Catherine.Cumming@parliament.vic.gov.au  

Cesar Melhem
231 Hyde St, Yarraville 3013
Phone 9689 6536
Email: cesar.melhem@parliament.vic.gov.au

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