Wyndham City is delighted to announce that Truganina resident Logan Tapuala is the July One Wyndham Young Person of the Month.
Wyndham City ratepayers now have until 1st November to register their pools and spas with Council. The registration deadline was extended from 1st June due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wyndham City will waive the sporting fees for outdoor clubs using Council-run facilities over the coming months in a measure to help clubs doing it tough during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Morning Melodies is returning to the stage at Wyndham City’s Encore Events Centre and will be streaming straight to your living rooms.
A new-look Wyndham Park and major road and open space upgrades are among some of the highlights of Wyndham City’s 2019/20 capital works program, which has officially wrapped up.
Wyndham City is hosting its second virtual exhibition, with an installation focusing on Tasmanian Aboriginal children taken by colonists in the early 1800s.
Wyndham City is calling on all the designers, storytellers, architects, and artists to ensure Council’s research into Wyndham’s Creative Industries is relevant.
Wyndham City wants to encourage residents to ditch their cars and make more trips by foot or bike under an ambitious plan to make Wyndham the active transport leader of Victoria.
Upgraded roads, new community buildings, improved sporting reserves and pavilions, improved open spaces, and recovery initiatives post COVID-19 are just some of the big-ticket items.............
Wyndham City’s customer service at the Civic Centre reopened today Monday (22nd June), in line with the easing of Covid-19 restrictions and as part of transitioning back to full services.