Moonee Valley City Council's current Disability Action Plan finishes up this year. Following a community visioning consultation over the past few months we've drafted a new Disability Action Plan for the next two years and want to hear your feedback!

The Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025 outlines key actions to be implemented over two years (between January 2024 and December 2025) by Moonee Valley City Council. The Plan seeks to improve access and inclusion to everyday life – while removing barriers such as providing information to the public on accessibility in Council buildings and the way that Council recruits staff, with the objective of empowering people with disability, Neurodiverse people, their families and Carers in our community to fully participate in civic life.

Thank you to those community members who provided feedback on the current barriers and challenges, and what an improved future in Moonee Valley for people with a disability and their Carers would look like. This feedback helped inform the draft Disability Action Plan. For details of the consultation findings, please refer to the published report in the document library on this page.

To read the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025 click here or visit the document library on this page for word and PDF versions

Accessible versions of the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025

To access a printed hard copy version of the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025, please visit Council’s Customer Service, Libraries, Crown Street Stables, and Djerring Flemington Hub.

Click on the titles below to access the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024 - 2025 in a different format:

An Easy English version will not be available for this Draft version due to the current high demand on Easy English service providers and length of time required to produce this version. We encourage you to attend the in-person pop up sessions and/or contact our Access and Inclusion Officer to arrange for a conversation. An Easy English version will be available for the Final Disability Action Plan 2024-2025 document.

if you require this information in another format, please contact us to discuss your requirements on 9243 8888 or

You can have your say in many different ways! We encourage you to have a read of the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025 before you provide your feedback.

Complete the online feedback form by 15 October 2023. We encourage you to read the Draft Disability Action Plan 2024-2025 before you provide your feedback.

Attend a pop-up session and provide your feedback in person.

1. Avondale Heights Library: 4.30pm – 6.30pm, Thursday 21 September

2. Niddrie Library: 11am – 1pm, Friday 6 October

3. Djerring Flemington Hub: 3pm - 5pm, Friday 6 October

4. Sam Merrifield Library: 11.30am – 1.30pm, Saturday 14 October

Please RSVP with your interpreter and accessibility requirements to or call Council on 9243 8888 and ask to speak with our Access and Inclusion Officer

Email your feedback to
Prefer to speak with someone? Phone us on 03 9243 8888.
Record your feedback by clicking on the orange 'Record your feedback' button on the right.
Write to us: Disability Action Plan, Moonee Valley City Council, PO Box 126, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039.

Auslan Draft Disability Action Plan 2024 - 2025

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INTO THE WOODS (Patrick Francis)

Patrick Francis is a young local artist who has won many national and international awards, has artwork in several exhibitions globally, and is popular with private collectors and public galleries alike.

On a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Patrick was entranced by the kaleidoscope of colours and textures of the plants from around the world, and putting brush to paper, highlighted a segment in his own inimitable style.

Patrick is a prolific and successful, multidisciplinary contemporary artist, with a strong style and highly confident approach. His form of painting employs methods used in times long past, asymmetrical and organic, dramatic and strong, the deconstruction of the subject, bold and expressive use of colour, and simplification of the pictorial plane.

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