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Environment Education Resource Kit

  1. 1. Environment Education Resource Kit mvcc.vic.gov.au9243 8888
  2. 2. 1 Contents School’s resources.............................................................................................3 Schools Environment Network.....................................................................................3 Green Book Box ..........................................................................................................3 Sustainability activity kit ...............................................................................................3 Urban ecology.....................................................................................................3 Council resources........................................................................................................4 Useful websites ...........................................................................................................5 Energy and transport..........................................................................................7 Council resources........................................................................................................7 Water....................................................................................................................7 Council resources........................................................................................................8 External resources.......................................................................................................8 Useful websites ...........................................................................................................9 Waste and recycling .........................................................................................10 Council resources......................................................................................................10 Useful websites .........................................................................................................11 Grant opportunities ..........................................................................................12 Useful tips when applying for grants ..........................................................................13 Early years learning resources........................................................................14 Council resources......................................................................................................14 Useful websites .........................................................................................................15 Community resources......................................................................................16 Community gardens...................................................................................................16 Moonee Valley environmental friends groups ...............Error! Bookmark not defined. Urban ecology...................................................................................................17 Places to visit in Moonee Valley.................................................................................17 Useful websites .........................................................................................................18 Nurseries stocking indigenous plants.........................................................................18 Water..................................................................................................................19 Factsheets.................................................................................................................19 Useful websites .........................................................................................................19
  3. 3. 2 Waste and disposal resources ........................................................................20 Useful websites .........................................................................................................21 Household sustainably resources...................................................................21
  4. 4. 3 School’s resources Schools Environment Network The Schools Environment Network is open to all teachers, principals, students, parents and school committee members from schools located in Moonee Valley. The group meets four times a year to discuss strategic and practical ways to get environmental initiatives running in schools. Meetings include guest speakers, updates on council resources and opportunities to network with other teachers and participants. The meetings are hosted at local schools and may include a tour. Meetings are held 4.15pm to 5.30pm on a Thursday each term. Contact the environment team at environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au if you would like to be added to the network mailing list to receive, newsletters, information about events and meeting notes. Green Book Box Council offers a service for teachers to borrow a box of over 40 environmental themed picture books for age groups ranging from early learning to junior secondary school levels. The box requires pick up from Council and can be booked by contacting the Environment Sustainability team at environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au Visit mvcc.vic.gov.au/greenbookbox for a list of titles included. Sustainability activity kit This kit has been produced by the Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group and includes a model house, waste sorting game, sustainability activity kit and lesson plans to facilitate leaning about household sustainability relating to waste, water and energy efficiency. The model house comes with magnets and play pieces illustrating household features such as water tanks, solar panels, double glazed windows and energy efficient appliances. It is appropriate for both primary and secondary school ages. The kit may be borrowed from Council with a prior booking. Email environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au for bookings and more information. Urban ecology Moonee Valley is home to a wide range of native species and biodiversity and there are lots of great parks and resources to connect students to local nature. Sustainable House Model
  5. 5. 4 Below is a list of Council and external resources focusing on biodiversity, remnant vegetation as well as resources for vegetable gardening. Council resources Volcano Dreaming A 12 panel exhibit showcasing the natural vegetation of southern Victoria in pre-European times. This is a great resource to complement classroom curriculum around the natural environment. The pack also includes activities and more information about the vegetation and fauna. It can be picked up from Council. Contact environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au to make a booking for your school or see the Volcano Dreaming Website for more information at volcanodreaming.com.au Adopt a Street Tree The program allows school children to water and look after their very own street tree near their school. The pack includes certificate and watering materials. See the Adopt a Street Tree information at mvcc.vic.gov.au/streettrees for contact details and more information. Bird box monitoring Council has bird boxes available for schools to take part in bird box monitoring. These boxes can support native bird populations by providing nesting sites and shelter for birds that would otherwise need tree hollows. The boxes can also provide suitable habitat for possums and bats. Bird boxes would require ongoing maintenance by schools to make sure no introduced species take up residence. Council’s Conservation Officer can provide advice on the bird boxes and answer any questions but is unable to install and check the boxes herself. If you are interested in finding out more contact our Conservation Officer through environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au Alternatively, for more information about installing and looking after your bird box see the LaTrobe University Nesting Box Guide at latrobe.edu.au/wildlife/nursery/nestboxes/installation-instructions Close-up within Volcano Dreaming artwork
  6. 6. 5 VAEE Great Grasslands Education Cards Suitable for ages 3+, the set of 52 cards provide simple and interactive information on the animals, plants and insects of Victoria’s grassland ecosystems, including the species common name, scientific name and useful facts. To borrow a set from Council, contact the Environment Team at environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au National Tree Day A nation-wide planting day connecting schools and communities with nature. The official tree planting day takes place in July however activities can take place all year round. More information for how to get your school involved can be found at treeday.planetark.org/schools Junior Rangers Junior Rangers kits contain equipment including binoculars, looking glass, maps and a checklist for exploring Queens Park, Moonee Ponds; Napier Park, Strathmore and FJ Davis Reserve Centreway, East Keilor. Visit the website below for more information about borrowing kits. mvcc.vic.gov.au/rjuniorrangers Useful websites My Smart Gardens A useful local resource with links to free workshops, council resources, forum and general information about gardening and living sustainably. mysmartgarden.org.au Victorian Association for Environmental Education (VAEE) Curriculum and reading material for primary and secondary teaching. vaee.vic.edu.au Waterwatch Enables communities to be able to monitor and manage their water catchments. School resources include water conservation themed activities and games. vic.waterwatch.org.au/education- resources Australian Conservation Foundation Not-for-profit organization website provides information on climate change, clean energy, rivers and catchment sustainability and recent news articles. The education link includes activities, games and ‘Dirt Girl’. acfonline.org.au/communities/earthkids Children exploring with Junior Rangers kits
  7. 7. 6 CERES Sustainability Hub Permaculture and organic urban agriculture nursery and hub. Sustainability hub page includes news, PD opportunities, excursion and incursion information and teacher resources. sustainability.ceres.org.au Sustainable Gardening Australia A not for profit organization promoting sustainable gardening. Great resources for planting, composting and more. sgaonline.org.au/local- government/local-government-resources Cool Australia Resources for teachers and students including professional development opportunities, videos, activities and events for all school age levels. coolaustralia.org
  8. 8. 7 Energy and transport There are many ways to be more sustainable around the school and your local community by utilising energy efficiency and green transport. Council resources Walking School Bus A fun, healthy and safe way for helping primary aged children to travel to and from school. Council will provide assistance in all aspects of setting up the Walking School Bus program, inductions of volunteers and also offer ongoing support to parents, volunteers and the school. mvcc.vic.gov.au/walkingschoolbus Better moves around schools This program brings Council and schools together to improve traffic safety and encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport. As part of the program, schools can apply for a grant to develop and implement a green travel plan for the school. mvcc.vic.gov.au/schoolprograms Super-Sized Travel Smart Map This map is three meters in size and comes with models of trams, trains and people. Great for showing safe walking and cycling routes around schools in the Moonee Valley area. Available to book and pick up from Council offices through environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au Zero Carbon Kids There are many things you too can do at home to save energy. Visit the Zero Carbon Kids webpage to print out your own Cut the Carbon activity sheet or to find out more information about the program at Moonee Valley City Council. mvcc.vic.gov.au/environment Environment Kit Tools available to borrow from the Council for actually measuring energy and water usage around the school and classroom. See this link also for the household electricity factsheet. mvcc.vic.gov.au/homeenvironmentkit Essendon Traffic School
  9. 9. 8 Water Moonee Valley is located within Maribyrnong and Yarra catchments and is home to four major waterways; the Maribyrnong River, Steele Creek, Five Mile Creek and Moonee Ponds Creek, as well as a range of artificial wetlands and raingardens. The following section includes resources for learning about natural waterways and how we look after water resources in our city. Council resources Raingarden factsheet What is a raingarden, what do they do and how they work to store and filter stormwater drainage. mvcc.vic.gov.au/environment Wetland factsheet For information on the importance and function on wetlands in the urban environment for stormwater management. mvcc.vic.gov.au/environment Afton Street Conservation Park Wetland Explore the Afton Street Park and artificial wetland as a great way to learn about the importance of wetlands in the urban environment. See the website for a walking guide. mvcc.vic.gov.au/parks External resources Waterwatch The Waterwatch program run by the Merri Creek Management Committee (MCMC) conduct incursions for all age groups. Contact Council at environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au or call 9243 8888 if your school would like assistance or funding running Waterwatch activities. Alternatively, visit the website below to see the range of possible activities or contact MCMC directly at jane@mcmc.org.au or angela@mcmc.org.au or phone: 9380 8199 mcmc.org.au/file/education/EnvironActivitiesOutline0110WEB.pdf Bridge on the Afton Street Wetland
  10. 10. 9 City West Water teacher resources City West Water offers free incursions to schools for all age groups involving the water cycle and water conservation. These incursions usually last for one hour and are available for groups of up to 30 students. The program is limited to one incursion per year for each school. City West Water also offers free excursions to Melbourne’s Western Treatment Plant Discovery Centre in Werribee for up to 90 students (grade 3 to VCE). Visit the weblink below to see the full range of possible activities. For more information or to book a session, contact Kelli at education@citywestwater.com.au or phone: 9313 8337 citywestwater.com.au/our_community/teacher_resources.aspx Schools Water Efficiency Program (SWEP) A program for schools to monitor their water efficiency as a way of educating for water wastage in the classroom. Includes programs and activities to guide learning. myswep.com.au ResourceSmart Schools Program Leading water, waste, energy minimization in schools program for the western metropolitan region. Five schools in Moonee Valley are participants in this program. Training, grants and information pamphlets available on the website. sustainability.vic.gov.au/services-and-advice/schools Useful websites City West Water citywestwater.com.au/our_community/e ducation.aspx Melbourne Water melbournewater.com.au/getinvolved/ed ucation/Pages/water-education.aspx Save Water savewater.com.au/how-to-save- water/in-education Yarra catchment information melbournewater.com.au/waterdata/river healthdata/yarra/Pages/Yarra- catchment.aspx Maribyrnong catchment information melbournewater.com.au/waterdata/river healthdata/maribyrnong/Pages/Maribyrn ong-catchment.aspx#LowerMaribyrnong
  11. 11. 10 Waste and recycling Council resources Recycling services Council offers recycling services to schools including:  Up to 15 yellow-lidded 240 litre bins collected fortnightly  Classroom recycling boxes  Compost buckets for classrooms and staff rooms If you would like to take advantage of the service, email environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au and we will arrange delivery of bins. For information on disposal of e-waste and Mobile Buster see community resources section. Magnetic recycling boards This interactive activity allows children to learn about recycling in Moonee Valley. The education program has two components: Magnetic board activity – these large magnetic boards can be used as part of a whole of class room activity where children place the item in the correct bins. Great to use in competitions to see who can sort the items quickest. Sticker books – Sticker waste and recycling items onto the correct bins, can be done in the classroom or at home with parents. Schools can borrow the magnetic recycling boards from Council for two weeks at a time. Email environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au or call 9243 9165 if you would like to book the boards. VELS Level 3 waste education materials Council has developed a curriculum unit for VELS Level 3 suitable for grades 3 and 4, investigating what happens to waste in Moonee Valley, reducing waste and recycling as well as what students can do to make a difference. The unit has been designed using the E5 model: engage, explore, explain, elaborate, evaluate. If you would like a copy of this material, please contact the environment team on 9243 8888 or environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au
  12. 12. 11 ResourceSmart Schools Program Leading water, waste, energy minimization in schools program for the Western Metropolitan region. Five schools in the Moonee Valley region are already participants in this program. Training, grants and information pamphlets available on the website. sustainability.vic.gov.au/services-and- advice/schools Useful websites Sustainability Victoria Curriculum and Early Childhood Resources as well as Primary and Secondary aged activities. sustainability.vic.gov.au/services-and- advice/schools/sustainability- certification/waste-module-resources Victorian Association for Environmental Education Curriculum resources and student activity links for VCE students. vaee.vic.edu.au/index.php/vce- environmental-science-textbooks/23- publications/493-test-resources Planet Ark – Host your own swap party A swap party is a great way for your school to promote reusing items and can potentially be used as a fund raising activity. This website provides a step-by- step guide and downloadable resource to make it easy. recyclingweek.planetark.org/bas/host-a- swap.cfm Sustainable Table A website promoting sustainable eating and reduction in food waste. sustainabletable.org.au Get It Right on Bin Night A Victorian Government website with information on how to recycle properly and reduce waste going to landfill. getitrightbinnight.vic.gov.au Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group The Victorian government body in charge of waste management, striving to make a waste free metropolitan Melbourne. mwrrg.vic.gov.au
  13. 13. 12 Grant opportunities Below is a list of grants and related websites to get school and community groups started in their search. However this is by no means an exhaustive list. If you know of any other grants appropriate for community environmental projects we’d be happy to add it in, just email environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au Smarty Grants Community grants directory and informative website. smartygrants.com.au Our Community Community grants directory and informative website. ourcommunity.com.au Moonee Valley City Council Community Grants General grants and major Community Capital Support Grants (note: up to $5,000 for environmental projects). Rounds offered biannually. See mvcc.vic.gov.au/communitygrants for documents and information sessions. Resource Smart Schools Energy Efficiency Grants Program Available to schools participating in the program for improving energy, water and waste efficiency. education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/infrastructure/pages/energygrant.aspx Canon General environmental and community grant for $10,000 offered twice a year. canon.com.au/en-AU/About-Canon/Sustainability- Environment/Environment/Environmental-Grants/Apply Field Naturalists Club Up to $1,000 financing for information, research and biodiversity themed projects. fncv.org.au/environment-fund Norman Wettenhall Foundation Grants Grants of up to $10,000 for research, on-ground information, monitoring and recording data, community education and training for biodiversity and conservation themed projects. nwf.org.au/grants/small-environmental-grants Grants Victoria Includes a range of community grants, visit vic.gov.au/grants for details.
  14. 14. 13 RACV General community grants, not exceeding $2,000 for minor funding. racv.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/racv/Internet/primary/about+RACV/community+engagem ent Junior Landcare Funding for Landcare projects involving kids. juniorlandcare.com.au/grants-2 Australian Ethical Super Apply for a community or school ethical project for grants of $4,000 or more. australianethical.com.au/community-grants City West Water Grants Directory Grants of $2,000 to $5,500 for community resource efficiency projects. citywestwater.com.au/business/grants_directory.aspx Melbourne Water Community Grants Page Grants for projects which focus on river and catchment health. melbournewater.com.au/getinvolved/applyforfunding/Pages/Community-grants- program.aspx Useful tips when applying for grants  Ensure your community group or school are well aware of the project and are supportive of it.  Have a general grant application template ready to go but be sure to tailor your application for each grant.  Be sure all criteria and guidelines are met for each application to ensure that your application will not be pushed aside on a technicality.  Be sure your application clearly outlines project goals and how they will be achieved. Include what benefits it is expected to have for the community or your school and use statistics if possible.  Apply for grants whose funding bodies best align with the ethos of your project. You may research what they have funded in the past to get an idea.  For larger amounts of funding be sure all specific costs of the project are outlined and a risk management analysis is included.  For smaller amounts, especially when the whole project is not expected to be funded by the grant, ensure that the specific components of the project which the grant will be going towards are clearly outlined in your application.  Once a grant is received be sure to keep records, photos etc. of the ongoing or completed project in case proof is needed from the grant provider.
  15. 15. 14 Early years learning resources There are many ways parents and preschools can involve children in the early years in environmental education. Council provides a range of activities and resources listed below. Also included are useful websites, programs and organisations in and around Moonee Valley. Council resources Junior Rangers Junior Rangers kits contain equipment including binoculars, looking glass, maps and a checklist for exploring Queens Park, Moonee Ponds; Napier Park, Strathmore and FJ Davis Reserve Centreway, East Keilor. Visit the website below for more information about borrowing kits. mvcc.vic.gov.au/rjuniorrangers Zero Carbon Kids All Council-run kindergartens and childcare centers are 100 per cent carbon free. There are many things you too can do at home to save energy, visit the Zero Carbon Kids webpage to print out your own Cut the Carbon activity sheet or to find out more information about the program. mvcc.vic.gov.au/for-residents/environment-programs/my-community/cut-the-carbon.aspx Green Book Box See the school resources section for information on environmental themed picture books which can be borrowed from Council. Great Grasslands Education Cards Suitable for ages three and above, the set of 52 cards provide simple and interactive information on the animals, plants and insects of Victoria’s grassland ecosystems, including the species common name, scientific name and useful facts. To borrow a set from the council, contact the Environment Team at: environment@mvcc.vic.gov.au Cards are also available for purchase from the Victorian Association for Environmental Education at. vaee.vic.edu.au/files/Grasslands_Cards_Order_Form.pdf Children exploring with Junior Rangers kits
  16. 16. 15 Useful websites Environmental Education in Early Childhood Victoria A not-for-profit organization with a subscription service which allows books and activity kits to be borrowed. Also includes an online store with sustainably made toys, play kits and resources for early childhood learning as well as professional development. eeec.org.au Sustainability Victoria Includes resources for Early Childhood education organizations. sustainability.vic.gov.au/services-and- advice/schools/sustainability-certification/waste- module-resources Cool Australia Resources for teachers and students including professional development opportunities, videos, activities and events for all school age levels. coolaustralia.org Children and Nature Network An International network promoting connections between young children and nature. childrenandnature.org Kids in Nature Network A Victorian based network promoting connections between young children and nature. kidsinnaturenetwork.org.au Muddy Boots and Sandy Hands A Geelong based network promoting connections between young children and nature. Runs environmental themed events and activities for families. mbsh.org.au Compost at Essendon North Kinder Gardening at Essendon North Kinder
  17. 17. 16 Community resources Community gardens There are eight community gardens in Moonee Valley. The gardens are spread across Moonee Valley on reserves, at neighbourhood houses and on public housing estates. Some of the gardens require being placed on a waiting list while others are available at all times for communal gardening. Opportunities are also available to join working bees and workshops. A list of the gardens, contacts and information can be found at mvcc.vic.gov.au/communitygardens Moonee Valley environmental friends groups Moonee Valley has environmental friends groups committed to looking after biodiversity and nature in local areas. Most have regular working bees and are happy to accept volunteers. Visit mvcc.vic.gov.au/plantingdays for group contact details and working bees if you would like to be involved.
  18. 18. 17 Urban ecology Moonee Valley has a diverse urban ecology in its waterways, remnant biodiversity patches and even in your own backyard. Actions such as planting native species is a great way to start to promoting local biodiversity at home. Below is a list of publications and places you can visit in Moonee Valley where you can learn more about the local environment, as well as some useful websites and nurseries. Places to visit in Moonee Valley Moonee Valley’s parks and reserves are great places to learn about your local environment. The below table contains some related resources. You can also visit mvcc.vic.gov.au/parks for more information. Location Learn About Resources Strathnaver Reserve Strathmore Heights Remnant vegetation Moonee Valley planting guide Napier Park Essendon Remnant vegetation Woodlands and Napier Park walking trail Afton Street Reserve Afton Street, Aberfeldie Wetlands, remnant vegetation Afton St Wetland walking guide Spring Gully Reserve East Keilor Remnant vegetation, wildflowers Moonee Valley planting guide Queen’s Park Moonee Ponds Native plants and Animals Junior Rangers kits Woodlands Park Reserve Essendon Native plants and animals Woodlands and Napier Park walking trail
  19. 19. 18 Useful websites Waterwatch vic.waterwatch.org.au Australian Conservation Foundation acfonline.org.au CERES ceres.org.au Greening Australia greeningaustralia.org.au Sustainable Gardening Australia Great resources for planting, composting and more. sgaonline.org.au/local- government/local-government- resources/ Australian Native Plants Society: anpsa.org.au My Smart Garden Links to free workshops and Council resources, a forum and general information about living sustainably. mysmartgarden.org.au Nurseries stocking indigenous plants CERES Bushfood and Permaculture Nursery Corner Roberts and Stewart Streets, Brunswick East 9389 0111 or nursery@ceres.org.au Newport Lake Native Nursery 2 Margaret Street, Newport 9391 0044 Western Plains Flora 628 Wildwood Road, Wildwood 9740 3178 Victorian Indigenous Nurseries Co-Operative Yarra Bend Road, Fairfield VIC 3078 9482 1710 Tawny Frog Mouth at Salmon Reserve
  20. 20. 19 Water Moonee Valley is located within Maribyrnong and Yarra catchments and is home to five major waterways; Maribyrnong River, Steele Creek, Five Mile Creek and Moonee Ponds Creek as well as a range of artificial wetlands and raingardens. These are great places to learn about your local waterways and management of water resources. Factsheets Raingarden factsheet mvcc.vic.gov.au/about-the- council/environment/~/media/80555DE285D54FE1A37A184EC58AD94D.ashx Wetland factsheet mvcc.vic.gov.au/about-the- council/environment/~/media/04FD1805FC014F9AB7759BB68AFE0838.ashx Afton Street Conservation Park Wetland and walking guide mvcc.vic.gov.au/experience-moonee-valley/parks-and-playgrounds/main-parks/afton- street-reserve.aspx Useful websites Melbourne Water melbournewater.com.au Save Water savewater.com.au Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries depi.vic.gov.au/water Blair Street, Moonee Ponds, rain garden
  21. 21. 20 Waste and disposal resources Below are some Council resources to help with disposal and recycling of materials in Moonee Valley. Community recycling trailer Council’s recycling trailer encourages residents to recycle at community events. This mobile recycling station holds six 240 litre bins, giving residents the ability to run their own Waste Wise Events to divert waste from landfill. Information on running a Waste Wise Event is located at sustainability.vic.gov.au Residents pick the trailer up from Council’s Depot, fill it up with recyclables at their event and return it to be recycled at Council’s Transfer Station. The trailer helps to reduce the impact events have on the environment by diverting recyclables away from landfill, to be recovered and recycled into new products. This trailer is able to be used by Moonee Valley residents, community groups and schools and is available free of charge. Please contact Citizens Services at Council to make a booking 9248 8888. e-waste e-waste, or electronic waste, is one of the fastest growing waste types in Australia. Computers, mobile phones, televisions and other electronic devices that are no longer needed are often thrown into landfill because people are unsure of what to do with them. However, these products may be of use to someone else or they may be recycled. Council’s Transfer Station accepts computers, printers, faxes and accessories to be recycled through the Tech Collect program. Up to 15 items at a time can be dropped off. The Depot can be contacted at: 188 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds mvcc.vic.gov.au/waste 9243 8888 Mobile Muster Accepts mobile phones and accessories and has drop off points at every library and Australia-post shop in the municipality. mobilemuster.com.au 1800 249 113 ComputerBank Australia Collects and redistributes older donated computers to people who otherwise cannot afford computers. info@computerbank.org.au
  22. 22. 21 Useful websites Environmental Protection Agency Victoria (EPA) epa.vic.gov.au Sustainable Table A website promoting sustainable eating and reduction in food waste. sustainabletable.org.au Get It Right on Bin Night A Victorian Government website with information on how to recycle properly and reduce waste going to landfill. getitrightbinnight.vic.gov.au Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group The Victorian government body in charge of waste management, striving to make a waste free metropolitan Melbourne. mwrrg.vic.gov.au Household sustainably resources There are many ways you can improve the sustainability of your home whether you own or rent. To find out about home sustainability programs provided by Council visit mvcc.vic.gov.au/environment Home Environment Kit Tools available to borrow from the Council for actually measuring energy and water usage around the home. See this link also for the household electricity factsheet. mvcc.vic.gov.au/homeenvironmentkit Buy Green Factsheet A list of Moonee Valley businesses to guide you in purchasing more sustainable products and living a more sustainable lifestyle can be found at mvcc.vic.gov.at/buygreen Moonee Valley Planting Guide A comprehensive guide for planting to promote local biodiversity in your home and neighborhood. Includes information about native plants and weeds to avoid. mvcc.vic.gov.au/for-residents/environment- programs/~/media/CF553A6682144513B1AE17B8D87C1A85.ashx Instruments included in the Home Environment Kit
  23. 23. National Relay Service 133 677 or iprelay.com.au Moonee Valley City Council 9 Kellaway Avenue | PO Box 126 Moonee Ponds VIC 3039 Telephone 03 9243 8888 | Facsimile 03 9377 2100 Email council@mvcc.vic.gov.au | Website mvcc.vic.gov.au

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