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My Town - Teesdale

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About Teesdale

Teesdale is a vibrant country community located around 10km west of Bannockburn and 35km from Geelong. The township and surrounds have a population of around 1,500.

In and around Teesdale are six nature reserves for visitors and locals to explore including the iconic Turtle Bend (shown above). Further information and maps are available at the link below.

Teesdale nature reserves

 

Teesdale Community Hall

Teesdale has a modern, well-appointed hall which is available for hire by the public. Click on the link below for further details.

Teesdale Hall

 

Teesdale Community Plan

Community planning is a program where community members come together to develop and implement Community Plans to improve where they live.

Local residents volunteer as community coordinators to coordinate the development and implementation of a Community Plan. To develop this plan, community coordinators seek other residents' ideas and opinions via surveys, interviews and public meetings.

Residents ideas are voted on to identify the top priority projects for the community for the upcoming three year period.

The coordinators assist local residents, groups and others who are passionate about a particular project in the Community Plan to action it.

The Teesdale Community Plan 2016-2019 was adopted in November 2016 and can be viewed by clicking the link below. Contact details for the community coordinators are also listed.

Teesdale Community Plan

 

Upcoming events

The Teesdale Twilight Market & Carols will be held on Wednesday 18 December between 4 and 8pm.
Click here for more details

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Page Last Updated:

Tuesday, 17 September 2019 - 9:53am

 

Council acknowledges the traditional Wadawurrung owners of this land. Council pays its respects to Wadawurrung Elders both past and present and extends that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of Golden Plains Shire.