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Mantra Bell City Hotel Ballroom
205-215 Bell Street Preston
Enter main car park off Hotham Street
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Funfields (City of Whittlesea Nominee)
Funfields is an outdoor family fun park with a variety of rides that the whole family can enjoy. The parks marquis ride is the alpine toboggan slide. Other rides include a 400 metre go cart track, electric bumper boats, two open flume waterslides, two raft waterslides, swinging pirate ship and an 18 hole mini golf course. For the younger patrons, there is the formula fun go kart track with electric go karts and mini bikes, a carousel and train ride. Work is currently underway to build an interactive aquatic playground and childrens wading pool.
Heather Brae Shortbreads (City of Whittlesea Nominee)
Heather Brae Shortbreads has been baking traditional family favorite treats since 1941. The company has always been family owned and managed. From its humble beginnings in the war years, it has developed into a professional medium size business producing under contract house brand products for major retailers Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, Independents and private leading brands.
Evolution sees the company currently going through another stage of growth with the recent launch of products under the Heather Brae brand rolling out nationally through the major retail chains and exporting planned for 2012.
AMCER Earth Building Technology (Nillumbik Shire Council Nominee)
Amcer Earth Building Technology promotes and develops earth building technology for sustainable housing and promotes green building practices. Established for 23 years, Amcer is Australian owned and operated by Rob Freeland who has over 40 years experience in engineering project management and earth brick manufacture. Great design research, client service and a commitment to sustainability is their goal.
ELTHAM College (Nillumbik Shire Council Nominee)
ELTHAM College opened in 1973, and is regarded today as a national leader in 21st century schooling transformation. It was founded to provide independent, co-educational education that had the individual student at the heart of everything it did. The college is community centred and innovative. Over the years the college has fostered the talents of many of Melbourne north's young people, boasting an active ex-students' membership of nearly 6000. The guest speaker, Mr Harold Mitchell, was one of ELTHAM College's founding families.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Speaker: Rob Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic - Topic: What career options will our young people have? - education in a knowledge economy
Host: CITY OF DAREBIN AND CITY OF WHITTLESEA
- Thursday, December 7, 2017
Host: NORTH Link