News published October 2021
Date is set for the What’s On Cardinia Festival 2022!
The inaugural What’s on Cardinia Festival date has been set.
Deep Creek Reserve selected as finalist in Premier’s Sustainability Awards
We’re excited to announce that our very own Deep Creek Reserve has been selected as a finalist in in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2021 in the category of Industry Leader - Sustainable Places.
Road works start as final stage of upgrades commence at Pepi’s Land
Road improvement works have commenced at the entrance of the Emerald Netball Club located at Pepi’s Land on Beaconsfield Emerald Road.
Cardinia Shire Seniors Festival goes online for 2021
The Cardinia Shire Council’s Ageing Well Seniors Festival is moving online this year.
Get out and about and support your local
With COVID-19 restrictions easing now 70% of Victorians are double vaccinated, Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen encourages locals to get out and about this weekend.
Pakenham’s young people name new youth centre ‘Cardinia Youth Hub’ as tender for construction awarded
Cardinia Shire’s brand-new youth centre will be officially named ‘Cardinia Youth Hub’ thanks to two young people who suggested the name as part of a consultation to name the new complex.
Residents commended for COVID-19 vaccination efforts
Cardinia Shire Mayor, Cr Brett Owen has commended the efforts of residents on the back of encouraging vaccination data for Cardinia Shire.
Road safety reminder as school returns
With Prep, Years 1 and 2 students returning to school part time this week, it’s a timely reminder to drivers to watch out for our school crossing supervisors and slow down around schools.
Help put West Gippsland on Melbourne food and tourism map!
Can you help put West Gippsland on the food and tourism map? We’re inviting residents and local businesses to share their ideas and help us develop our food and tourism strategy.
Cardinia Better Local Roads Sealing the Hills works start at Princess Avenue and Crichton Road, Emerald
Princess Avenue and Crichton Road in Emerald are the first roads in the Sealing the Hills project to be constructed with works set to commence later this month.