38th National Awards for Local Government

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Congratulations to City of Greater Dandenong and Wyndham City Council for winning awards at last week's 38th National Awards for Local Government.

City of Greater Dandenong was the winner of the ‘Indigenous Recognition’ Category with the Wominjeka Project. This project is driven by a commitment to fostering cultural inclusivity, bridging communities, and nurturing a profound understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture. The project collaborated with four Bunurong artists to create original welcome flags for Dandenong’s Drum Theatre.
To find out more visit https://bit.ly/3LdM9Di

Wyndham City Council was the winner of the ‘Creativity and Culture’ Category with the LIT light experience. Running since 2022, the council work with local creatives to showcase their work via lighting/projection in a free, high–quality and family–friendly programming for the local community.
To find out more visit https://bit.ly/3RY02tg

Also, a congratulations to Melton City Council and Banyule City Council who received honourable mentions for the following projects:

Melton City Council - ‘Indigenous Recognition’ Category - Melton Cemetery Reflective Space | https://bit.ly/3xEIwTU

Banyule City Council- ‘Career Starter’ Category’ - Banyule City Council Inclusive Employment Program | https://bit.ly/4eWe3Be

To see the full list of winners visit https://bit.ly/4eWgFiA