Eastern Metro Events

  • Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 31 rsvps
    The Firehouse in Ringwood , Australia

    Eastern Metro Campaign Kick-Off

    Join Samantha Dunn MP to celebrate the chance to turn Eastern Metro green a second time!

    Three years ago, volunteers across Eastern Metro put in the hard yards to get Samantha elected to the Upper House. For the first time, Eastern Metropolitan had a Green Member of Parliament. From Nillumbik to Maroondah-Knox, Banyule to Manningham and Whitehorse to Monash, Greens volunteers stood up for what matters and ensured their community’s values were represented in Parliament.

    Samantha has just been pre-selected to become your representative in the Upper House in Victoria for another four years - come and celebrate with her on August 17!

    The night will be a great chance to speak with Samantha and other like-minded people who are determined to create a more equal and just society over some delicious food and drinks. 

    Looking forward to seeing you there!


  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 01:00 PM
    The meeting point is at the table/seat structure opposite 101-103 Connolly Avenue, Coburg

    Merri Creek Guided Walk: Murnongs on Merri

    Whitehorse Greens warmly welcomes you to take part in this Merri Creek Guided Walk: Murnongs on Merri 

    Pascale Picot’s interest is in Conservation Land Management and, among many other activities, she is involved in a regeneration project at Merri Creek, in Coburg.

    Discover plants indigenous to the area, some quite unique, in an interactive walk using games and stories. You will also have glimpses of Indigenous culture.

    Cost: $25 full, $15 concession

    We can only have a maximum of 16 people for this event - so please RSVP as soon as possible to reserve your place!

  • Sunday, October 08, 2017 at 02:00 PM
    Gardiners Creek Reserve in Burwood, Australia

    Gardiners Creek Walk

    Gary Presland will be our guide for the Gardiners Creek Walk hosted by the Whitehorse Greens.

    The walk will begin and end at the Bennettswood Bowling Club carpark. Gary has taken groups on this walk before and they have proven to be very informative and very popular which is why we’ve asked him to take this one in 2017. He will speak about the natural history of the area and the use of the surrounding environments by Indigenous people.

    Cost $25, or $20 concession.