It is with deep regret we advise that the winter June 2020 edition of the Burwood Bulletin has been cancelled. We are now working towards producing a spring September 2020 edition in the hopes that it can be distributed.
With best wishes from all at the Burwood Bulletin.


Please check current situation before attending any venues listed in our What’s On pages.

  • Places of Worship – cancelled until further notice
  • Neighbourhood and Community Houses – please contact them for information
  • Libraries in City of Boroondara and City of Whitehorse – closed until further notice

What people are saying:

Hi Raine, Chris & Team,
It is very sad that you will not be able to distribute the June issue and totally understandable. Thank you for highlighting our business and asking for support of local business; times are very tough at the moment and our team have all significantly reduced their hours. The business will certainly survive and we look forward to continuing to support Burwood Bulletin when all this is over and well into the future.

Warm regards, Sharon Leeson, East Burwood Travel
25 March 2020 [via email]

Dear Editor, My wife and I have been subscribers to the Burwood Bulletin for many years and read every issue from front to back cover. On another hobby, we also support the ‘Sherbrooke Lyrebird Study Group’ (SLSG) in the Dandenongs. Therefore I sent the SLGS a link to your excellent article about Tom Tregellas.

As you see below, the secretary of the group expressed her appreciation for your efforts and placed a link on the SLGS Facebook site. Please note that the number 1000+ is the number of likes of the Facebook page, not our membership. The Lyrebird group is very small, but a number of times each year we get about 40+ people on our very early dawn surveys.

If you would like to learn even more about Tom Tregellas, there is a book (87 pages A4) about Tom Tregellas written by Esther Hardware, published by the Bird Observers Club of Australia in 2005. Among other items, this includes a list of 40 articles by him in the Box Hill Reporter. Much more detail than you will ever need, but parts of it may be of interest to you. Esther was well known in the SLSG and died in 2009, aged 92. <>

Sincerely, Alfred and Marjorie [via email 22 March 2020]

Dear Editor
The committee at Waverley Film Society thank you and Burwood Bulletin for your support during 2019. We appreciate the announcements of our screening dates that are made in “What’s On Locally” section of the print edition and website of Burwood Bulletin. Also for publishing us under Craft & Hobbies list.

Waverley Film Society, 18 December 2019 – via email