News published April 2022
Pledge welcomed for multicultural and community hub
Cardinia Shire Council has welcomed an election commitment from Jason Wood, Federal Member for La Trobe of $12.5 million towards a project to deliver a local multicultural and community hub.
Get involved in the City Nature Challenge
Cardinia Shire is coming together with more than 20 councils across Greater Melbourne, to participate in one of the world’s biggest community science events, the City Nature Challenge.
Help prevent family violence in Cardinia Shire
Tickets for the 2022 Together We Can Community Leadership Summit are now available!
Working together to redevelop Cardinia Life
Community feedback is needed to help develop plans and seek funding to redevelop one of our major community assets, Cardinia Life in Pakenham.
Final design for the new Cochrane Park Skate Park, Koo Wee Rup
Construction is set to begin next week on the new Cochrane Park Skate Park in Koo Wee Rup.
Council opens Upper Beaconsfield Recreation Reserve public toilet facilities
Cardinia Shire Council has officially opened the Upper Beaconsfield Recreation Reserve new public toilet facility for the local community.
Council welcomes funding pledge for Upper Beaconsfield facilities
Cardinia Shire Council has welcomed an election commitment from the federal government of $2.7 million towards upgraded and new facilities for the community at the Upper Beaconsfield Recreation
Have your say on Council’s draft Economic Development Strategy
Businesses and community members are encouraged to have their say on Council’s draft Economic Development Strategy.
Local blokes connect at free Cardinia Shire Blokes Night
Local blokes are invited to attend Deep Creek Golf Club for a free night out with AFL legend Doug Hawkins and Senior Coach of Phillip Island Football Club Beau Vernon.
Escape reality at Cardinia Cultural Centre’s latest exhibition
Cardinia Shire Council is pleased to host an extraordinary visual art experience, titled Escaping Reality, in the state-of-the-art gallery at Cardinia Cultural Centre in Pakenham.