Residents of Boroondara are justifiably proud of their green leafy suburbs and wonderful parks and gardens. The name Boroondara signifies shady place in the local indigenous dialect. The municipality has hundreds of mature canopy trees […]
BOTH my girls Isabelle and Alyssa were born premature due to Severe Preeclampsia and Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Isabelle’s Story: Isabelle was born at 27 weeks gestation weighing a tiny 712 grams (about the size […]
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s Feast for Freedom returns this March, with more than 700 people expected to host a “Feast” in their home or workplace in aid of people seeking asylum.
Do you love the flash of colour birds bring to your garden? Or is it the croaky call of frogs that brings you joy? Gardens for Wildlife is here to help! Gardens for Wildlife is a partnership program between volunteer Garden Guides and Whitehorse Council.
‘Nature in Art’ is a series of classes run at Canterbury Neighbourhood Centre devoted to realistic botanical illustration. In April a select group of students from the classes will be showcasing their talent at the Hawthorn Town Hall Gallery in an exhibition aptly titled ‘Nature in Art’.
On Saturday 2 May, thousands of people will spill through the gates of Xavier College for a day of fun in support of a great cause.
ABC Classic FM listeners will have heard of Australia’s Flinders Quartet (FQ) – one of Australia’s best-loved chamber music ensembles. This year they celebrate their 20th birthday with an outstanding series of concerts, sharing the cake and candles with Beethoven – commemorating his 250th year.
The Lions Club of Boroondara Central has been active in the Boroondara community for 62 years – long before the City of Boroondara was formed. These days we have a very visible presence through our Opportunity Shop located in the Burwood Village.