WD Bulletin

The WD Bulletin is produced to accompany its main publication The Warrandyte Diary.

WD Bulletin exists to engage and inform our readers on the issues that cannot wait until the end of the month.

It is written with the same passion, community spirit and sense of place as you would expect in the Warrandyte Diary.

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WD Bulletin- September 2021

WD Bulletin is supported by a grant from the Australian Communications and Media Authorities, Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund

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This project received grant funding from the Australian Government, through the Australian Communications and Media Authority, under the Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund.

October 2021’s advertising and editorial deadline:
WEDNESDAY, October 20, 2021



Read our latest online content

  • Locals plea to save Apollo Park
    THE APOLLO PARK Community is battling to save their identity and the public space around Civic Drive, Greensborough. In recent […]
  • Sawdust in his veins
    RYAN GASKETT HAS spent the last 10 years with the smell of sawdust and two stroke in his nostrils. The […]
  • Get out on the green
    LAWN BOWLS has seen a resurgence over recent times and the sport is growing in popularity around the world as […]
  • A butterfly flaps its wings
    in response to Derailed by the butterfly effect, (WD Bulletin, July 2021) MANY IN MONTMORENCY welcomed the announcement of the […]
  • Lockdown extended and tightened
    Updated August 23 Pandemic of complacency VICTORIA IS in hard lockdown as the state battles to get ahead of the […]
  • Cyclist safety concerns on Knees Road
    MANNINGHAM COUNCIL announced as part of their 2020/21 Capital Works Program, Knees Road, Park Orchards, would be receiving a long-awaited […]
  • Roos to be locked out of golf course
    Cull cancelled but questions remain AFTER A HUGE community outcry, the Heritage Golf and Country Club has decided not to […]
  • Arundel Road residents cheesed off at rat-runners
    RESIDENTS OF Arundel Road in Park Orchards have applied to Council to have their road closed to through traffic. At […]
  • Lest we forget
    Anzac Day services were held across the country, and after missing the camaraderie during last year’s lockdown, this year people […]
  • Will gives back to the life savers
    GOOD FRIDAY is a special day on the calendar for Warrandyte CFA volunteer Firefighter Will Hodgson. It is the day […]

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