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Tag Archives: Ferntree Gully
Public art will be installed at key locations in Ferntree Gully Village. Continue reading
Knox Council’s Empowering Communities program provides funding to community groups and organisations to enhance safety in Ferntree Gully. Continue reading
If you want to know more about the history of Ferntree Gully, local parks and gardens, businesses in the Village, or the walks in the National Park – this Guide is for you. Continue reading
The Ferntree Gully Food Trail is a great way to try out a new takeaway, coffee spot, bakery or bar, while supporting out local traders. Continue reading
Ferntree Gully Food Trail is coming back to the Village in August 2022! Continue reading
Concerns have been raised about a proposed car park in Ferntree Gully Village, which will have a major impact into the future. Continue reading
A spectacular variety of bird life was spotted in parks and gardens across Ferntree Gully last month as part of BirdLife Australia’s Aussie Backyard Bird Count. Continue reading
The new Station Street Organic Grocer has opened. On entry you are greeted by the owners Kat and Declan who make you feel instantly welcome… Continue reading
We are delighted to announce the publication of Ferntree Gully News, Scenes and Stories, 2009-17, a collection of stories and photographs sourced from the first 50 issues of this newspaper. The book will be available for purchase from 1 October … Continue reading
Council purchases Station Street land for Village hub With the purchase of a parcel of land at 100 Station Street, Knox Council has taken a significant step towards the development of a modern, multi-purpose community hub in Ferntree Gully. Knox … Continue reading