Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Our Annual General Meeting was held on March 11th. Over 70 members attended and were joined for pre meeting drinks and nibbles by the Lord Mayor, Sally Capp.

At the start of the meeting Peter Doherty gave members a briefing on COVID 19. It was a serious overview and much appreciated by everyone.

Sally Capp then held an open forum with members that was most illuminating. Whether it was about the traffic, the homelessness in Melbourne or what was taking place within the Council all enjoyed it very much. Our President, Rob Moore, presented Sally with the Parkville Story and thanked her very much for being the guest.

The AGM then followed details of which are on this website. Highlights included the Presidents address, the financials by our Treasurer David McGregor and discussions re new committee members. John Sullivan and Nick Morrissey were elected to the committee.

Tom Agar who had done such a superb job with our Walking App resigned shortly afterwards as his employment had caused him to relocate to Geelong. Rob Moore thanked Tom for his great contribution.


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Our 'Parkvillle Heritage Walks' self-guided tour mobile app received a Commendation at this years Victorian Community History Awards!

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Welcome to the website for the Parkville Association. You can find out more about what the Parkville Association does by visiting the About Us page.

Enquiries about Membership should use the Members page which has information about joining the Parkville Association. Positions on the Committee are currently vacant and the Association is looking for interested members of the Community to join us.

Click here for Events and Meeting Times for upcoming events and activities that are significant to Parkville and its residents.

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The Committee handles many heritage issues throughout the year as well as the ongoing issues of parking and traffic, the construction of the Metro Tunnel rail project including a Parkville station at the intersection of Royal Parade and Grattan Street, and other items as they arise. Please check the News page for updates of current issues.

Please feel welcome to attend any of the Parkville Association meetings during the year.


Walking tours app

The Parkville Association is thrilled to announce the release of our very own mobile app - the Parkville Heritage Walks app.

Click the link below or search the app store to get your free download and try our self-guided walking tours today!