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Draft Gambling Harm Minimisation Policy 

We reviewed our existing policy and are proposing changes based on the latest research, evidence, and community feedback. 

Our proposed changes respond to feedback we received, which supported broadening the scope of the policy and taking a more proactive approach to harm minimisation. 

Feedback closes on Tuesday 30 July 2024. 

Highlights from 2023/24

We’ve been working hard over the past 12 months to make Whitehorse a great place to live, work and visit. Check out some of our highlights and achievements from 2023/24.

Community Engagement Policy Review

Whenever we do something that has a big impact on the community, we endeavour to ask for feedback to help us make a decision. 
Our Community Engagement Policy guides these conversations with our community. 
Help us review our policy.

Feedback closes on Monday 12 August 2024

Have your say – Open Space Strategy 

Do you like the parks, reserves, play spaces and sports fields in Whitehorse? 

We’re inviting feedback on our Draft Whitehorse Open Space Strategy.

Feedback closes on Wednesday 30 August.

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Whitehorse Repair Cafe

Do you have broken items sitting around your house, that could be given a new lease of life? Bring them along to the Repair Café the second Saturday of every month.
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Whitehorse News July 2024 available

Explore Our 2024/25 Budget, Plastic Free July, North East Link update and more!
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Child Safety Policy

Council provides a working environment that values safety, diversity and inclusion for all children and adheres to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation.
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Register now to receive your free copy of the 2025 Whitehorse Calendar!

With beautiful images by those who live, work, and study in Whitehorse, the 2025 calendar celebrates what we love about Whitehorse! Any previous subscriptions will not be carried over.

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Aboriginal flagTSI flagWhitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.