Following the Victorian Government’s announcement that Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions will end at 11.59pm on Wednesday 17 February, we are pleased to announce the reopening of Nillumbik Shire Council facilities and services from Thursday 18 February.
Click here to find out more about the current status of Council events, activities and services
Find out how coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting Council events and services, and where to get the latest information
We are fast approaching the most wonderful time of the year - and what a year it has been for us all! To help reignite the heartbeat of Nillumbik, Council has embarked on a magical journey with community members and businesses to introduce the Christmas in Nillumbik festive program and shop local campaign.
Fill a picnic basket with local produce, tasty treats or even your favourite takeaway and get out into nature.Our new downloadable Picnic Patches map provides some suggestions of where to enjoy a meal in the great outdoors. Picnics not for you? Check out our outdoor dining directory that lists restaurants, cafes, pubs and takeaway stores offering options to eat “al fresco” across Nillumbik.
Enter your location details to find events and services in your area.For Waste Collection Days and Your Councillors: after entering your address and searching, scroll down past the map.
Are you a new resident to Nillumbik? Here is a quick guide to everything you might want to know about living here.
Find out where you can walk your dog, find a lost pet, register a new pet or pay pet registration.
Find out about hosting an event or festival in Nillumbik, view our events calendars, add your event to the calendar, and find details about Australia Day and Citizenship Ceremonies
Arts and Cultural Development programs and events for artists and residents in Nillumbik
Events, support, resources and information for business owners or those looking to start, expand or buy a business in Nillumbik.
Find out how you can prepare for emergencies, where neighbourhood safer houses are, Council's role in emergencies and more
Information about libraries in Nillumbik including Eltham and Diamond Valley, toy libraries, mobile libraries, Living & Learning Nillumbik, Hurstbridge Hub and other community centres and neighbourhood houses
Find out about local laws, permits, applications, infringements and parking
There are more than 100 parks in Nillumbik which offer a wonderful opportunity to experience our beautiful natural environment. Find your nearest park, reserve or playground using an interactive map of Nillumbik.
Find out about Council's and your responsibilities regarding roads, drains, footpaths, nature strips and new developments. Get a legal point of discharge form here
Information on Nillumbik's sport and recreational facilities including aquatic and leisure centres, sports clubs in Nillumbik, sports ground hire, trail user groups and more.
Information about community transport options in the Shire.
There are more than 500,000 trees on Nillumbik reserves, roadsides and other Council-owned or managed properties. Find out how Council maintains these trees throughout the Shire, including how you can report a fallen or dangerous tree.
Visit our tourism website Visit Nillumbik to find details about all our attractions including the iconic Montsalvat, the oldest artists' colony in Australia, Edendale Community Environment Farm and annual events such as Open Cellars and Nillumbik Artists Open Studios.
Find out about bin collection, what to put in your bins, ordering a new/lost/stolen bin, and ways to reduce your waste.
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Nillumbik Shire Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of this country, pays tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Nillumbik, and gives respect to Elders past, present and emerging and their integral part in our region's history.