View the exciting program of events and activities happening at our cultural venues across Yarra Ranges.
Learn more about the exciting cultural programs on offer in Yarra Ranges, including Not the Archies and the Regional exhibitions program.
Find out more about the public art pieces located across Yarra Ranges. Learn about the artist, their inspiration,the features and where to find them.
Visit our six multi purpose community and arts centres for and enjoy the diverse program of entertainment, celebrations, learning, meetings and networking.
Share your stories. Covid-19 has impacted us all in many ways and forced the world to slow down. But it's still life. For some in our community this time has meant re-connection and quality time with family, for others it has been a time of loneliness and hardship. There are incredible stories of life here in Yarra Ranges. Share yours.
Our Country, Our Future: Nourishing the Conversation is an immersive online experience, a chance to learn from local Aboriginal Elders about First Australian Culture and our shared history.
From Thursday 7 January movies will be showing at The Memo, Healesville and Arts Centre, Warburton and the Yarra Ranges Regional Museum will be opening with a new exhibition.
The Yarra Ranges Regional Museum has received The Archival Survival Award for Small Museums/Galleries (2-7 Paid Staff) for its interactive eBook My Home, Yarra Ranges.
The United Mobs in Art (UMIA), a collective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in Healesville, received a grant this year from Council to participate in fine art printing workshops and share these skills with the community.
Yarra Ranges Council recently released an independent Creative Industries Report, which can be useful to help understand the industry you work in, areas of opportunity and growth, and how to promote your business.
Yarra Ranges Shire Council
P.O. Box 105, Anderson Street
Lilydale, VIC 3140
P 1300 368 333
F (03) 9735 4249
Yarra Ranges Council respectfully acknowledges the traditional owners, the Wurundjeri people, as the custodians of this land. We pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past and present, who have resided in the area and have been an integral part of the history of the region.