Let’s Talk Brimbank – meet your local Councillors!

The next round of Let’s Talk Brimbank sessions are ready to kick off from 10 September. The sessions offer the community an opportunity to:

  • meet their local Councillors
  • ask questions and
  • find out more about what Council is doing in the community.


Brimbank Mayor Cr Jasmine Nguyen said: “Brimbank Councillors are really excited about these pop-up events and we look forward to meeting many community members over the next few months.

“Please come by and say hello. We are keen to hear about what matters to you in your local community.

“These pop-up events are another way we can get feedback from the community, and make sure people are up to date with Council news and information.”

Information will be available about a range of topics including:

  • Consultation for community priorities to inform Annual Budget 2023-2024
  • Advocacy Priorities – Third Runway Campaign
  • Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre
  • Update on Brimbank waste and recycling service


The Let’s Talk Brimbank pop up event trailer will be at the following community events and places on:

  • Saturday 10 September 2022 from 10am-12noon,  at the Traditional Full Moon Festival 2022, Westvale Soccer Club, 9 McKechnie Street, St Albans
  • Sunday 18 September 2022 from 10am-12noon,  at Watergardens Shopping Centre, 399 Melton Highway, Taylors Lakes
  • Saturday 1 October 2022 from 11am-1pm,  at the Mega Indian Spring Festival and Durga Puja, Cyprus Community Function Centre, 100 Forrest St, Ardeer
  • Saturday 8 October 2022 from 11am-1pm, at Council’s Be Bold Festival, Bowery Theatre, STACC, 33 Princess Street, St Albans
  • Friday 9 December 2022, from 6.30-8pm,  at the December to Remember holiday celebration at Keilor Community Hub, Keilor
  • Friday 16 December 2022, from 6.30-8pm,  at the December to Remember holiday celebration at Sunvale Community Park, Sunshine


Visit our website for more information on the Traditional Full Moon Festival, Mega Indian Spring Festival and Be Bold Festival.


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