2017 LGPRO Awards for Excellence
Congratulations to City of Port Phillip for their Sustainability Initiative
Earth Hour 25 March 2017
Switch off to join the future.
Swamped Exhibition in The Gallery
The exhibition is a collection of innovative concepts and new approaches for architecture and public place design.
Do you want to ferment your own food? Now you can learn how.
Confined 8 -Exhibition
Mesmerizing exhibition of artworks by Indigenous artists at The Gallery.
2017 St Kilda Festival
A diverse line up of free live music,events and activities for all ages!
Cultural Heritage Walk 2017
The Yalukit Wilum Ngargee is an annual week of events hosted by the City of Port Phillip.
Song and celebration in Acland Plaza
Bike Futures Conference Melbourne
A one day conference for active transport professionals at St Kilda Town Hal
Port Phillip EcoCentre won the prestigious ‘Australian Clean Beach of the Year’ Award
Their project at West Beach, St Kilda scored the highest at the Keep Australia Beautiful Award in 2016.
Sustainability Champions save $37,000
Port Melbourne Housing estate saves $37,000 on yearly water bill.
Vibrant Acland Seed Grants
Grants are available to showcase all year program to celebrate the new Acland Street plaza.
Fragments - Exhibition in The Gallery
A diverse exhibition of works referencing the theme of fragments
Community Carbon Cops 2016 – NOW RECRUITING
The City of Port Phillip is re-launching their successful ‘Community Carbon Cops’ program in 2016/17 and we are looking for volunteers who are keen to learn about energy and water management in community buildings and residential homes.
Composting and worm farming in apartments - free talk
6:30pm on Wednesday 24 August 2016 at St Kilda Town Hall.
Free composting and worm farming in apartments workshop.
Learn how you can turn your food waste into nutrient rich soil that is like gold for the garden, with a focus on apartment living. Find out about the different composting and worm farming options that work in apartments and how much they cost, how much space and time you’ll need to make it work. Speakers include Richard Thomas from WormLovers on worm farms, Dane Morrissey on composting, Penelope Lynch on Bokashi bins. here will be hands on demonstrations for all of these options, so you’ll get to see, touch and smell what they are really like. This will be followed by a Q&A with Richard, Dane and Brett Hedger from City of Port Phillip. Bring a bottle and take home free samples of compost and worm juice, and go into the draw to win your own Bokashi bin or worm farm.