Wyndham Cultural Centre will continue to entertain and engage audiences during the second half of the year with a new program of theatre, music and movies from July to December.
Wyndham City is proposing that the future of the City will have a greater diversity of housing well positioned near train stations to support the creation of job opportunities in these locations....
From glowing angels and neon sculptures, to twinkling fairies, glow-in-the-dark hula hoopers and stunning fire shows, Wyndham City’s free Winter Street Party is set to dazzle, with a huge new program
While there were some positive announcements in the recent State Budget, much needed funding for vital infrastructure for Wyndham was missed.
Wyndham City Council plans to draw more companies to Wyndham to cater for our growing population and to reduce the need for residents to travel outside the City for work.
Ten Wyndham businesses have each been fined $645 each for selling tobacco to children during recent Wyndham City operations over the past year.
Wyndham residents are being invited to take part in a range of events happening throughout the municipality in recognition of NAIDOC Week.
Wyndham City Council has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Local Government – Schools and Early Years category in this year’s HART awards.
Young people in Hoppers Crossing will be able to skate in style at a new mini skatepark on Derrimut Road.
Wyndham City Council has released the Wyndham Urban Framework Plan (WUFP), Emerging Options Paper for community consultation.