Walk this way and join the journey!
Mountain to Mouth (M~M2014) is a 24hr 'extreme arts' walk from the top of the You Yangs to the mouth of the Barwon River.
It's a time to discover the unique landscape of your region and be part of an adventurous arts experience. The journey starts mid afternoon on Friday 9 May at You Yangs Big Rock and finishes at dusk on Saturday 10 May at the mouth of the Barwon River.
Read Mountain to Mouth 2014
City of Greater Geelong has introduced free parking on Saturday and Sunday permanently in Central Geelong.
I'm thrilled to be involved with the Cotton On Foundation on a groundbreaking community initiative - Unite Geelong.
Unite Geelong aims to build a prosperous and sustainable future for the Geelong community, with a focus on youth from low- socio economic backgrounds or those who are disengaged from mainstream schooling.
Illegally dumped rubbish is estimated to cost our community more than $250,000 to clean up every year.
That's money that is no longer available for playgrounds, parks or community services.
With the recent opening of the state-of-the-art Boorai Centre at Ocean Grove, there are now four children's centres in various stages of development. All are due to open for the start of the 2015 school year.
Life changing help is at hand in the latest Sustainability Directory.
Environment Portfolio Councillor Andy Richards said the Sustainability Directory was developed by the Geelong Sustainability Group.
Works start this month for an upgrade to Melaluka Road which has been subject to an increasing volume of heavy vehicle traffic over the past decade.