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The Coalition of Residents & Business Associations (CoRBA – Melbourne) brings together fourteen resident and business associations across the City of Melbourne.
MELBOURNE MUSEUM “A MUSEUM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY”
Museum Victoria cares for the State’s scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at four distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks and the Royal Exhibition Building.
“The mission of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) is to be an independent membership organisation committed to the conservation of our heritage by our own action and by involvement and education of the community.”
“S.O.S. inc. is a registered action group that has been formed to address a strong need to provide an opportunity for the residents of Melbourne to unite to pressure on Government to change planning laws so that they accord proper respect to neighbourhood character and responsible development.”
Emphasising “education for employment and research [for solving] real-world problems”
“I shall grow in the esteem of future generations”
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and knowledge transfer.
The Department is the State’s major agency for the provision of land-use planning, roads and public transport, and the overall built form of the state”
The Victorian Government’s strategy to guide the growth of Melbourne.
Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
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The VLGA (Victorian Local Governance Association) is a unique peak body for local governments and communities that advocates for social change and empowers local governments by strengthening their capacity to engage with their communities.
AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE COMMISSION (now the Australian Heritage Council)
The Australian Heritage Council is an independent body of heritage experts established through the Australian Heritage Council Act 2003. It replaces the Australian Heritage Commission as the Australian Government’s independent expert advisory body on heritage matters.
Many organisations are involved in heritage conservation. The Heritage Council of Victoria provides the highest level of legal protection for cultural heritage places and objects in Victoria. As an independent statutory authority, the Heritage Council of Victoria is the State’s main decision-making body on historic (non-Indigenous) cultural heritage issues.
i-Heritage is the City of Melbourne’s online database of heritage places.
The City of Melbourne has commissioned heritage studies since the early 1980s and now has an invaluable collection of heritage information for more than 8000 places within the municipality, which is available online.
“A national directory of libraries. Locate libraries by location, type or subject strength. Contact details and links to catalogues are included.”
“Discover the services offered by your local library service. Also search your local library catalogue, request specific items, or view your library transactions.”
The building is home to a comprehensive library, as well as learning and training rooms with a computer lab, recording studio, meeting rooms, community activity spaces, café and also includes free WiFi
The Church of All Nations (CAN) was so named in the 1960s when it offered simultaneous translation of the Sunday service into 5 or 6 different languages, with interpreter booths in the balcony and headsets in every pew. But this church’s history in Carlton stretches back almost 150 years. In August 2007 we celebrated the 130th anniversary of our magnificent pipe organ, listed by Heritage Victoria.
Today St Jude’s is a diverse community of people, gathered from all over Melbourne – 100 different postcodes at last count. Over 500 of them meet in 6 different congregations each Sunday, which each try to cater for a different group: Families, couples and singles; youth; young workers; students; and residents of the nearby public housing estates.