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  • Ivanhoe Park Pavilion Development

    Ivanhoe Park, Tuesday 15 March, 3.30pm-4pm It is fabulous to see the $1.6m funding has been raised to upgrade this pavilion. This could not have been achieved without a great team effort. Banyule Council has funded $1.28m to this project. The resident Ivanhoe Junior Football Club has contributed $150,000. The AFL $75,000, and the State Government […]

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  • The Age Domain Liveability Index

    Great to see the improvement in Banyule suburb liveability rankings. Ivanhoe up to No.8 and Heidelberg Heights up to 194. However need to improve in some areas.  Rosanna Road is affecting the liveability of Heidelberg.     What makes a suburb liveable? For some, being close to the coast. For others, great cafes. But a […]

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  • Revitalising Griffin Ward

    A lot of planning goes into the development of major projects in our City.  These are a few of the major projects proposed in Griffin Ward over the next few years. Ivanhoe Civic Precinct Relocating staff to Greensborough paves the way for revitalising the Ivanhoe Civic Precinct. The existing precinct will be redeveloped and make […]

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  • Celebrate the Festive season in Griffin ward

    Carols by Candlelight Saturday 12 December, 7.30pm-9.30pm Ivanhoe Park, The Boulevard, East Ivanhoe Come enjoy the magical ambience of Banyule’s very own Carols by Candlelight as it makes it return to Ivanhoe Park. There will be choirs, bands, shows, an animal farm with reindeer, kids entertainment, great food, a visit from Santa and of course, […]

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  • Our Trees

    In Banyule there are 60,000 street trees and 160,000 trees in parks and reserves which our tree care and bushland crews look after. Our trees are managed by qualified staff who: Inspect each tree for safety once every two years; Remove dead trees as required; Routinely prune each tree to improve its structure once every two years; Ensure our trees […]

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  • NBN coming to Banyule

    Superfast broadband is coming to more than 56,000 homes and businesses in Banyule under an accelerated three-year rollout of the nbn. I’m pleased that Banyule residents of which a majority live far from exchanges, causing slow internet speeds, will be able to gain an NBN connection as early as next year. It’s important for our […]