A Little Library is coming to a home near you
Could this be the cutest celebration of reading there is?
The Toward Zero Community Forum will help tackle our biggest environmental challenges
The Toward Zero Community Forum will address our biggest environmental challenges such as reducing greenhouse gas, water use and waste.
Farmers' markets in the City of Port Phillip
If you want to shop locally and in season, these farmers' markets are your best bet.
Guided walks - 2016 Program now available!
Our popular program of free walking tours that explores the heritage, art and historical treasures of the seven neighbourhood precincts of Port Phillip.
Cogs Girls - skills sessions for road cyclists kick off for 2016
Ongoing sessions. Improve your road bike skills in a welcoming and safe way with Cogs Girls.
Two new Melbourne bike share stations in the City of Port Phillip
Gasworks Park and West Beach pavilion now have Melbourne bike share stations to get you from A to B quickly.
10 FREE things to do with your kids to connect to nature
Step out and explore Port Phillip with your kids this summer.
Port Phillip video shows how to dodge “dooring” danger
Half of 179 bike riders questioned on St Kilda Road have dodged near misses there with open car doors over the past two years and almost one in five had been hit by a door, a Port Phillip Council survey has revealed.
Discover Bay EcoVentures
EcoVentures are for people aged 15-25 to explore the local coastline, get outdoors and learn about local plants and animals.
TedX St Kilda
Watch Jeremy McLeod present an alternative to the Australian housing model that is sustainable, affordable and community-focused.
Well Waters Workbees
The Well Waters project provides rain tank & raingarden rebates, and community workbees to improve Elster Creek for water, plants, animals and people.
Reserve and foreshore community planting days
Join us to plant natives across heritage sites in Port Phillip this winter
Community Gardening at EcoCentre
11am - 1pm on the third Sunday of every month.
Join a walking group in Port Phillip
Every week people near you are walking around our beautiful city.
Do you own or live in a unit or apartment?
If so, along with 1.5 million Victorians, you are affected by owners corporation laws.