Hi everyone,

November has already been a busy month and we’ve got still plenty more coming up!


Community Clean Up @ Thompson St Reserve, Avondale Heights

Ten hard working volunteers collected 10-15 big bags & ~100 tree guards, deposited by the flood, from the banks of our mighty Maribyrnong River. Big thanks to all involved.

Community clean ups are on the 1st Sunday each month (except Dec & Jan). Pics here


2 Officers + $2 Million = 4 Our Future

We just launched our most ambitious campaign yet calling for 2 officers + $2 million for climate action in the 2023/24 Council budget. We’ll need your help so let us know if you can collect signatures or host a sign on your fence. Sign, support & share the petition here



Our monthly local eco-hub with Moonee Valley Repair CafeRhys.Pect.Food, food swap, community waste collection plus Moonee Valley Compost & nature strip working bee.  

  • 10am – 2pm, Saturday 19th November
  • 78 St Leonards Rd, Ascot Vale (Dwell)
  • Event details here 

MVS Makers Market

There will be a range of stalls offering sustainable, local, low waste arts, crafts, gifts & demonstrations supporting our community.

  • 9.30am – 1pm, Saturday 26th November
  • 78 St Leonards Rd, Ascot Vale (Dwell)
  • Event details here 

End Of Year Party

Come along to hear what we’ve been up to and share your dreams for 2023. Some of our partner groups will also be there so put faces to names and make meaningful connections.

  • 12pm – 2pm, Sunday 4th December  
  • Emerald Street Community Hall (1 Emerald St, Essendon West)
  • Bring a plate of food to share. Some drinks provided.
  • Event details here 


Get Involved

Here are some ways to connect with us as we care for Country, Climate & Community. 

Yours Sustainably,

Moonee Valley Sustainability

Let’s Be The Change

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of Moonee Valley land, the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung people of the Kulin Nation, their spirits, ancestors, elders and community members past and present.

We also acknowledge the urgent need to reduce emissions by 75% by 2030 and to net zero by 2035 to play our part in limiting global temperature rise to near 1.5ºC.