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Cr Conlon has lived in the Currawong Ward with his wife and family of eight children for 17 years.
A Manningham Councillor since 2016, Cr Conlon previously served as Mayor during 2020 / 21 and 2017 / 18.
Cr Conlon is passionate about support services for families and older residents along with sports clubs and volunteer organisations and believes good governance starts with integrity and transparency. He advocates for improved local traffic management, footpaths, roads and streetscapes as well as park maintenance.
Cr Conlon has managed an engineering consultancy for many years and previously served as a board member of Donvale Christian College and co-ordinator of a local Donvale basketball club.
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Come and meditate in motion with a low-impact, mind-body exercise, which can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance.
World Tai Chi Day is on Saturday 30 April and to celebrate, we're running a series of free outdoor Tai Chi and Qigong sessions for adults.
These two sessions will be at Mullum Mullum Reserve. They're one hour long, and facilitated by experienced instructor, Suzette Hosken, from Jade Lady Tai Chi & Qigong.
Elections for Manningham occurs every 4 years. There are 9 wards, with a representative in each. ...
Council elections happen every 4 years on the fourth Saturday in October. Voting is by post.
The Local Government Act 2020 and the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations 2020, regulates conduct of council elections. The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) manages the process.
If you’ve got any questions about the electoral process, you can contact the election office on 8619 1140.
Manningham ward structure
Manningham has 9 wards with a councillor in each. The wards are:
Election period policy
The Local Government Act 2020 requires an Election Period Policy that gives councillors and officers guidance. The policy deals with the period leading up to, and during the election period.
For more information, you can view our policy.
Come and see this photo exhibition and learn about how Warrandyte Stone has been used in the town's walls, memorials, houses, and buildings.
Don't miss the accompanying Foundation Stone Talk by the master stonemason, James Charlwood.
Foundation Stone Talk with James Charlwood
The talk will be at 2:00 pm on Sunday, 15 May in the Federation Room at the Grand Hotel Warrandyte.
If you would like to attend, please contact the Warrandyte Historical Society to reserve your place.
The Warrandyte Historical Society are running this event.
The Warrandyte Historical Society invite you to come and learn about the discovery of gold in Warrandyte and how it shaped the township and community.
Warrandyte is justifiably proud of its place in the gold history of Victoria. Gold was first discovered at Anderson's Creek in June 1851. It was the first officially published goldfield, named the 'Victoria Field', in honour of the new Colony. It was also the first place in the Colony to issue gold mining licences.
This exhibit celebrates the 170th anniversary of the first discovery by Louis John Michel and his team. You'll find interesting and colourful banners on display inside and outside the Museum, showcasing
the discovery of gold and how this has shaped the township and community. They share the lure of gold and excitement around the discovery that continues today.
You can visit to see the outside banners placed on the fence-line of the Museum at any time during the Heritage Festival. To access the banners inside the Museum, please see the exhibition times.
This exhibition is open from 18 April to 22 May 2022.
The indoor exhibition inside the Museum, is open on Sundays, from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
There is both on-street parking, and off-road car parks available on Yarra Street.