Despite the increased restrictions your bins will still be collected, and we're still able to answer your calls. We're reviewing what services need to change or stop and will keep the status updated on this website. Stay safe, stay home and if you need to go out remember your mask and make sure it's for one of the 4 reasons.
Many kids in our community are now learning at home. These fun and creative resources – developed by creative locals, wonderful artists and educators – support that learning and exploration.
Seb, age 3. He is enjoying pouring coloured vinegar on to a bed of sodium bicarbonate.
Ella, age 9. She made a bird feeder by recycling a 1.25 litre soft drink bottle and some old wooden spoons.
Louie, age 3. He pasted the leaves and flowers on to paper and added googly eyes to make them interesting!
Laura, age 13. She took a photo of her succulent garden grown from cuttings from friends and neighbours.
Isobel, age 11. She took an apple blossom photo after the photography principles workshop.
Taniya, age 5. She did scootering and bike riding.
Anna, age 4. She made frozen flower eggs.
Help manage and protect our oceans by counting seals in images captured with a drone. This helps scientists analyse seal population and pollution data, leading to a greater understanding of threats they face for survival.
Zoos Victoria has live streams of animals and pre-recorded video of keepers talks bring the zoo to life and to you from home.
This an amazing interactive map features nature recordings from over 90 locations around the world.
This is a colourful and fun resource that sinks deeper and deeper into the ocean where you will discover what marine life lives at incredible depths.
1 Flintoff Street
Greensborough VIC 3088
Tel: +61 3 9490 4222
Banyule City Council is proud to acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people as traditional custodians of the land and we pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Elders, past, present and emerging, who have resided in the area and have been an integral part of the region's history.
Banyule is a diverse community, made up of people from different cultures, beliefs, abilities, bodies, ages, sexualities, genders and identities. Council is committed to inclusion, access and equity for everyone. These principles foster cohesiveness, empower people and improve the wellbeing of the Banyule community.