Geelong has been transformed into a festive wonderland thanks to this year's creative collection of Christmas decorations.
This year, primary school students from all over Greater Geelong have been working hard to create one of our major Christmas decorations in Central Geelong.
The students took time during their final school term to hand decorate twenty-eight Christmas trees, to form a spectacular forest of Christmas cheer. Each tree is 2.4 metres tall, and features individual designs from each local school. Families are keen to visit Central Geelong to see the full display of trees from all the different schools.
Read Christmas in Geelong
Primary school aged children all over the municipality have been getting into the Christmas spirit early by decorating unique Christmas trees.
The City of Greater Geelong is interested in hearing your ideas for capital works priorities in your local community.
Four information sessions are scheduled for December to inform the community of a process for submitting 'community concepts' for consideration as part of the 2014-2015 council budget development.
The State Government is planning to replace the existing residential zones with three new zones: Residential Growth Zone, General Residential Zone, Neighbourhood Residential Zone.
There will be no residential waste collection on Christmas Day (Wednesday 25 December) and New Year's Day (Wednesday 1 January).
Here’s a quick and healthy recipe idea for the whole family to enjoy.
The 'Pirate Park' in Barwon Heads has received funding for a much needed upgrade.
Building works are currently being tendered for the addition of early years services at the Grovedale Community Centre.
The 26th October 2013 is an important milestone in the history of Geelong.
This date marks the 175th anniversary of the proclamation of Geelong as a town.
The small town of Breamlea is host to spectacular coastline and home to some of Victoria's most endangered plants and animals.