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Let's Talk Bayside

Let's Talk Bayside is our bi-monthly newsletter for residents. It profiles events and issues in Bayside and is delivered to 40,000 residents and local businesses.

June to July 2016

Included in this edition:

  • Our 2016/17 Budget
  • Public transport advocacy
  • Community nursery reopens

June to July 2016 edition (PDF, 3.22MB)

April to May 2016

Included in this edition:

  • The new Dendy Street beach pavilion
  • The Environmental Sustainability Framework 2016–2025
  • Youth mental health training course

April to May 2016 edition (PDF, 3.41MB)

February to March 2016

Included in this edition:

  • Bright n Sandy Food and Wine Festival 
  • Community Plan 2025 community feedback update
  • Proposed mandatory height limits in small shopping strips

February to March 2016 edition (PDF, 3.45MB)

December 2015 to January 2016

Included in this edition:

  • Advocating for improved sports facilities for female players
  • Our family and children's service review
  • Hampton Street sculpture trail

December to January 2016 edition (PDF, 4.04MB)

Banksia Bulletin

The Banksia Bulletin provides a forum to share information and raise awareness, understanding and appreciation of our natural environment and sustainable living in Bayside.

View our latest Banksia Bulletin (PDF, 5.36MB)

If you would like to be added to the Banksia Bulletin mailing list for either a postal or email copy, email banksia [at] bayside.vic.gov.au

Would you like to make a Submission to Banksia Bulletin?

If you would like to submit an article for consideration for an upcoming edition, please fill in an application form below. If you are including photos in your submission also fill out a photographic talent release form.

Seniors Newsletter

The Seniors Newsletter has what is happening for older adults along with activities offered in our centres across the municipality.

Food Newsletter

Our food newsletter has the latest information for food businesses, along with food preparation tips and the latest food recalls.