The festive season is upon us, representing an opportunity to spend time with family and friends, take time off work and relax.
The vision to develop a 15,000-seat stadium as the home ground of the Western United Football Club has taken a major step forward with the completion of site investigations.
New graduates and former participants of Wyndham City’s EYouth project will come together this month to celebrate their achievements as this two-year program draws to a close.
Wyndham’s young people will be spoilt for choice during the summer holidays with the wide range free of youth activities.
Wyndham City is seeking retail and hospitality employers to give young people the opportunity of employment, as part of the Fresh Start Employment Pathways Program.
Wyndham City Council is highlighting awareness about disability and how it is viewed by our society with its new exhibition Visability, opening 27th November.
A park in the heart of the Werribee City Centre will soon be home to one of the best playgrounds in the western suburbs, with the 11-metre play tower now installed at Wyndham Park.
Wyndham City is calling on the community to join in this year’s Christmas celebrations kicking off on Friday (29th November) with the lighting of the Christmas tree.
Wyndham’s population is continuing to reach new heights, with the municipality predicted to be home for 500,000 people for the first time.