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Sleep and settling information sessions
Learn how to help your toddler or baby develop healthy sleeping habits.
June finds her happy place at Parent Place | ourballarat Spring 2021
When Japanese-born June moved to Ballarat, she didn’t know a soul.
What do my rates pay for?
Your rates create a Ballarat that is prosperous, connected and thriving. They allow City of Ballarat to build roads, bridges and bikeways. They support community spaces such as sporting clubs, parks, libraries, aquatic centres, and art galleries, They allow City of Ballarat to deliver infrastructure while maintaining its existing assets. They keep the streets clean and help lost pets find their home. They support everyb...
Our stories of kindness
When a city bands together, incredible things happen and that’s exactly what is taking place in Ballarat right now.
Get into the swing of things
People of all ages in Ballarat have a new place to play this summer. The Albert H Graham Reserve, on the corner of Peel and Eastwood Streets, is home to the city’s newest play space.
A playgroup is a group of parents, carers and their children aged five and under, who meet to play, socialise and have fun.
Mayor's Message | ourballarat autumn 2023
Each March, the Robert Clark Conservatory is transformed into a dazzling floral centrepiece in the Ballarat Botanical Gardens.
Reusable nappy, period and sanitary products rebate
Ballarat residents are able to claim some of the cost of buying cloth nappies, reusable period products, and reusable maternity breast pads. The program aims to help with some of the costs of buying these sustainable items. Households can apply for: 50% of the purchase price, up to $100, for reusable cloth nappy products, 50% of the purchase price, up to $100, for reusable period and sanitary products, ...
Protecting our heritage places
Behind the red brick facade of Dinah McCance and Terry Baker’s Ballarat East home lie thousands of stories from Ballarat’s past.