Whitehorse City Council

Community & Health

Council provides a number of support services for children, families, young people, older people and people with a disability. Click on the links below to find out more about services available to the community.

Community Directory
The Community Directory is a comprehensive list of community groups, sports clubs, charities, schools, service clubs and self-help groups that support the local community.

Community Noticeboards
Information about community noticeboards located in the City of Whitehorse.

Education Providers
Local schools and universities.

Emergency Management
Information about keeping safe in an emergency situation.

Grants, Scholarships & Awards
Council offers a number of grants, scholarships and awards to the community.

Get Involved
Find out about resources available to your community group, donating goods and money to not-for-profit organisations, and volunteering opportunities in the City of Whitehorse.

Halls & Function Centres
Council has an extensive range of halls, meeting rooms and function centres available for hire.

Preventing Family Violence
Information to assist people experiencing family violence.

Public Health
Immunisation program, food and health business safety requirements, asbestos, and safe disposal of syringes.

Multicultural Services
The City of Whitehorse has a diverse cultural, linguistic, ethnic and faith population.

Neighbourhood & Community Houses
Council supports 10 neighbourhood and community houses in Whitehorse.

People With a Disability
Support services available to people with a disability.

Council strives to meet the actions as set out in its Reconciliation Policy and Action Plan.

Gambling-related Harm
Council continues to support emergency relief and counselling agencies to provide assistance to those people affected by gambling.

Street Parties
Organising a street party in Whitehorse.

Information about volunteering opportunities available in Whitehorse.

Women's Forums
Council holds two annual women’s forums that provide attendees with opportunities to hear women guest speakers discuss issues of relevance to women in the Whitehorse community. 

Former Nunawading Primary School Site
Council has purchased the former Nunawading Primary School site for the future development of a community hub.