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- Ferntree Gully Arts Society celebrates 75 years
- Community Development Fund – grants now open
- Dorset Road extension
- Ferntree Gully News turns 10!
- Village Fair 2018
- Ferntree Gully News: Scenes and Stories
- The Future of Millers Homestead
- Tim Neville Arboretum – 30 years on
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Knox City Council honoured its leading citizens of the past year with a special Australia Day awards ceremony on 26th January 2018. In front of a large and appreciative crowd, the 2018 Knox Australia Day Award recipients were honoured for … Continue reading
This year the Ferntree Gully Village Fair is a celebratory thank you from the local community to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Ferntree Gully CFA. The focus will be around the CFA premises in The Avenue with CFA Open … 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
Residents and community groups in Dobson Ward are planning a Thank You celebration to honour the long years of service of their recently retired Knox Councillor, Karin Orpen. Last year Karin received an award from the Municipal Association of Victoria … Continue reading
In front of a large and appreciative crowd at the Knox Civic Centre, the 2017 Knox Australia Day Award recipients were honoured for their selfless spirit, dedication and leadership in the service of our community. Official proceedings featured an address … Continue reading
Knox Historical Society has received $2057 from the Local History Grants Program, managed by the Public Record Office, Victoria. The grant will enable them to convert a collection of 100 audio recordings with local personalities, some of whom are now … Continue reading