Published on 12 August 2022
Glenelg Shire Council’s events unit are calling for Expressions of Interest from not-for-profit organisations and community groups to host their own pop-up outdoor cinema event.
Published on 11 August 2022
Heywood community members can now enjoy free activities each Saturday morning as part of a new initiative at the Heywood Library.
Take a virtual step back in time and see what the tunnels and artillery of the Portland Battery would’ve looked like in the 1800s thanks to a new online experience.
16 August 2022
We invite parents, carers and their babies to join us once a month in Heywood to enjoy some stories, interaction and movement.No bookings required, all welcome.To sign up for our reminder text call 5522 2265
Have you ever wanted to research your family history but don’t know where to start? Then this is the session for you. Learn about some great online resources. This is a free activity and no bookings are required. Everyone is welcome.Casterton LibraryTuesday 16 August1:00pm
18 August 2022
Join Glenelg Libraries for an in-conversation event with Vikki Petraitis the winner of the inaugural Allen & Unwin Crime Prize for novel The Unbelieved.When Senior Detective Antigone Pollard moves to the coastal town of Deception Bay, she is still in shock and grief.
Take a virtual tour of the underground magazine and lamp passage of the Portland Battery.
Explore our many beautiful playgrounds and parks and plan a visit.
Expressions of Interest are now open for use of Council's Twilight Cinema!
The Glenelg Shire Council respectfully acknowledges the Gunditjmara, Jardwadjali and Bunganditj people as the Traditional Owners of the land that the Glenelg Shire encompasses and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
We recognise that Aboriginal people have cared for and protected this land we call home since the dreaming. Their connections to the land, animals, seas and waterways was, and continues to be, a part of their being and we thank them for their significant contributions to life in Glenelg.
Council embraces diversity and is committed to fostering an inclusive community.