We are a bi-monthly, not for profit community newspaper produced by local volunteers, the MDLC and Ferntree Gully Village Traders Inc.
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- Tim Neville Arboretum – 30 years on
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- ANZAC Day Services 2018
- Australia Day Awards 2018
- Happy 50th Issue of Gully News!
- Immerse Exhibition opens with panache
- John Mortimore elected Mayor of Knox
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The Tim Neville Arboretum was constructed on the site of the Dobson family orchards and opened in 1988 to mark the bi-centenary of European settlement. Now 30 years on, after major redesign and replanting, with new water features and improved … Continue reading
An excited crowd filled the Knox Civic Centre on Saturday 11th November for the launch of Knox’s biggest art show ‘Immerse – 30 artists on 30 sites for 30 days’. Developed and coordinated by Knox City Council in 2015, Immerse … Continue reading
On 14 July 2017, Ferntree Gully Volunteer CFA Fire Brigade celebrated seven and a half decades of unbroken voluntary service to our community and the State of Victoria. The gala dinner at the Knox Civic Centre was the highlight of … Continue reading
Saturday 28 November, 10 til 2 Come and discover the village Planning is well under way for another great Discovery Day event in the village. By popular demand, baby animals will be making a guest appearance! There will be a … Continue reading
At the 2014 Conference of Community Newspapers Victoria (CNAV), Ferntree Gully News won the Annual Award for Best Story by Someone under 18. The ‘someone’ was Jessica Riordan, a Year 10 student from Monbulk College who came to our newspaper … Continue reading