Advocacy Initiatives

Brimbank Council is a strong advocate for the local community. Council is working to help make sure Brimbank gets a fair go and a fair share of investment from the State and Federal Governments. Keep a look out on this page for a range of advocacy initiatives that Brimbank Council is undertaking.

St Albans Leisure Centre Replacement

Brimbank Council is planning a new health and wellbeing hub to make real improvements to the health and lives of our community.

Reduce harm from electronic gambling machines

Brimbank has had the highest gambling losses of any municipality in Victoria for the last 10 years.

Sports Facilities Investment

Brimbank wants State and Federal Government support to address increasing demand for sports facilities.

Transport - A Reliable, Quality Bus Network

Brimbank Council wants reliable, frequent, easy to use bus services that take people where they want to go.

Transport - Upgrade the Calder Freeway

Brimbank Council wants safety improvements that will reduce congestion and cater for population and freight growth.

Transport - Better cycling and walking connections

Brimbank Council wants new, gold-standard cycling and pedestrian paths that will encourage more people to use active transport as a safe, alternative mode of travel.

Support learning in all life phases

We're seeking to achieve better learning outcomes throughout Brimbank.

Early Years and Childhood Education

Brimbank Council wants to strengthen and improve education for all children in our community.

Transport - Melbourne Airport Rail Link

We're advocating for a link with a stop at Sunshine, which will deliver significant economic benefits to Brimbank and Melbourne's West.