Category Archives: Walking in Banyule

Banyule Wetlands

Originally posted on Andrew Friend Photography:
Hi everyone, Recently I visited the Banyule Flats Reserve, which has a large lake and wetlands area close to the Melbourne CBD. It was an interesting area full of bird life. Unfortunately I didn’t…

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Activity centre development in Ivanhoe: Some food for thought

By Ian Hundley The City of Banyule’s recently released draft Ivanhoe Structure Plan covers the Ivanhoe Shopping Centre, surrounding commercial, civic and residential areas as well as the Ivanhoe and Darebin railway station precincts. The draft plan is generating a … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Sustainable Transport Forum – 31 August 2011

By Geoff Ball You are invited to an evening of information and conversation about how we might transform transport within, into and out of Heidelberg.

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Life threatening experiences in Banyule

By Lara Tried walking through Banyule lately? You may have found you are a second class citizen. I have taken a vow to walk to my destination when at all possible in my neighbourhood. Altruistic? No. Convenient? Yes. Life threatening? … Continue reading

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