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Are you a carer? 2018 Carers Luncheon!

If you live in the City of Whittlesea and care for a family member who is frail and elderly, has a disability or chronic illness, then this invitation-only event is for you. This also gives an opportunity to meet with other carers in the area. The luncheon includes a delicious two-course meal and live entertainment. To […]

September Birthdays

Happy Birthday to our September members Left to right:- Ken Lal, Ellen Loecherer, Kerry Greer, Pam Hall, Carol Trait, Sue Meeres, Jodie Lang, and Cate Koukmenides. Second image is Charlie Delia, our local vocalist.

The City of Whittlesea Welcome Expo

The Welcome Expo is set for 29th October 2018 and we are inviting you to let the community learn about your service by registering to hold a stall. The Welcome Expo, now in its 10th year,  invites new residents to learn about the services available in the municipality, establishing a point of orientation. The expo fosters […]

Christmas breakup luncheon

“YOU BETTA WATCH OUT. SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN”   Bookings are now open for our Christmas breakup luncheon. We have managed to keep prices down this year so here is the information needed.   Venue Manor on High   519 High Street Epping   Date Wednesday 5th December 2018   Time 11.30. am – 4 […]

August Birthdays

Happy Birthday to all our August members From left to right  Montse Becker, Geoff Grace, Val Marlow, Peter Cleary, Jenny Loring, Margaret Mitten, Jim Kookmendis, Daphne O’Hea, and Marina Palmer


Beryl Clark spoke at the August morning tea about Fun for Art. About 6 years ago, sisters, Rae and Robyn suggested an art class be included in Whittlesea U3A’s program. The aim of the class was to provide a supporting venue where members could practice and experiment their art using whatever medium they wanted and […]

We need your support -City of Whittlesea is leading this important campaign to reduce the harmful effects of poker machines.

Dear community leader   Help us reach 10,000 signatures.   We need your help to support the campaign to reduce harmful poker machines.  We are calling for: – Fewer poker machines – Reduced operating hours at poker machine venues – ‘Con-free’ poker machines City of Whittlesea residents are losing $293,000 to pokies EVERY DAY!  Poker machines […]


As part of the Whittlesea 2040 project, we are creating a time capsule to capture the communities’ messages and visions for the future. We are encouraging local groups and clubs to participate in the project by submitting a piece or pieces for the time capsule. We are asking, what you love about your local area […]