For residents and people considering moving to Docklands.
Welcome to our first version of the Docklands Neighbourhood Portal.
Woi-wurrung has been used with permission from the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation. Boon Wurrung has been used with permission from the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation.
From City of Port Phillip Yalukit Willam: The River People of Port Phillip.
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Information was correct at the time of publishing, but is subject to change. Please contact the event organiser.
If you have an event or opportunity to add, get in touch.
This is a place to publicly share information about local activities. If you would like to share something directly with the City of Melbourne, please contact the neighbourhood partner.
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Learn more about Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong Boon Wurrung history and ongoing culture.
Find out facts and figures about the neighbourhood.
Go straight to the neighbourhood priorities.
Read stories from the Docklands community.
Contact the Docklands neighbourhood partner, or post a comment to the interactive map.