The City provides a range of services to enhance community wellbeing.
Learn about local Aboriginal history and the sites of significance throughout Melville.
The City of Melville conducts citizenship ceremonies and all new citizens are officiated by His Worship the Mayor, Russell Aubrey.
There are three community centres within the City of Melville that offer a range of activities.
This is a database which contains information relating to Community groups, organisations and facilities in the City of Melville. This is a shared database with other Councils and you may find results which are located outside the City of Melville.
Learn about Culturally and Linguistically Diverse services, groups and activities.
This service is provided free of charge and is available to all City of Melville residents.The financial counselling service is strictly confidential.
Find out more about our Friendly Neighbour initiatives and what you can do to be a better neighbour.
There are many halls and club rooms which are available for hire within the City of Melville.
Health information and support in the City of Melville
Lots of tips and activity ideas to support your mental and physical wellbeing.
The City of Melville hosts a volunteer Justice of the Peace at the Community Information Centre.
Each neighbourhood has its own character and uniqueness. Neighbourhood Development builds on assets and strengths within neighbourhoods, partnering with local people and organisations to build vibrant and connected communities.
Contact Melville Volunteer Resource Centre today to find out more about Volunteering.We maintain a register of many diverse and interesting volunteer positions, making it easy for you to access information about volunteering, volunteer positions, and community organisations all in one visit.