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Point Cook Pop Up Park

Activities For Everyone There's something for everyone at the Point Cook Pop Up Park. Bring your friends and family down to enjoy a wide range of daily activities. Grab a bite at one of the eateries and restaurants lining the streets. Listen to some live music. Bring a picnic rug or beanbag … Read More

The Museum of Australasia and the Pacific.

A Precinct Structure Plan is soon to be created for the land formerly known as the Point Cook ex Green Wedge as a first step in determining how the land could be used. When Wyndham City Council originally suggested to the State Government, around three years ago, that the land should be … Read More

Point Cook Action Group Announces New Working Groups

The Point Cook Action Group has recently formed Working Groups to tackle specific issues within Point Cook. The purpose of the groups is to bring together both PCAG members and non-PCAG community members to work together towards certain goals, focusing on specific issues they are passionate … Read More

Point Cook Action Group 2017 New Board

A new Board was confirmed at the start of 2017   Board Member Positions:   President – Bob Fairclough Secretary – Christine McPherson Treasurer – Acting Liz Thompson General Board Members: Susan McIntyre Sara Mitchell Roma Pederson Senthill … Read More

Point Cook South “Logical Inclusions”

As many of you are now well aware, late last year Wyndham City Council (WCC) proposed to the State Government that Point Cook’s Green Wedge should be a ‘logical inclusion’ to be rezoned into Victoria’s urban growth boundary. Residents of Point Cook, other suburbs in Wyndham and … Read More

Census Data Released – What Does Point Cook’s Data Mean For The Future Of Our Suburb?

The 2011 Census data are starting to be released. I have taken a look at the QuickStats for Point Cook and have provided an overview of that data below. In August 2011 there were 32,413 people living in Point Cook,  approximately a 220% increase from the data five years earlier, supporting … Read More

Crime Prevention and Fire Safety In Our Community

In the past few months there have been many articles and discussions between residents regarding the increase of crime in our community.  Vice President of the PCAG Glenn Rowlands together with Cr Bob Fairclough invited Senior Sergeant John Johnson and Senior Sergeant Gary Drummond to join us … Read More

Coal Action Road Signs on Point Cook Road

From 6.30 am until 9.30am on Wednesday 14 June 2012, motorists in Point Cook Road were treated to a number of signs informing them about the threat of coal mining in the Wyndham municipality. “The signs gave motorists stuck in the traffic something to think about while they tried to get to … Read More

Planning Minister Matthew Guy says “We heard You!”

PCAG were invited to a meeting by the State Planning Minister The Hon Matthew Guy to discuss the issues we are currently facing, and how future plans for Point Cook and the surrounding area will deal with these. Also in attendance were Peter Seamer - Executive Officer of the Growth Areas … Read More

A Purpose Built Fenced Off-Lead Dog Facility To Be Built In Point Cook

We all know the bigger issues that the residents of Point Cook are actively campaigning for, schools & roads etc, but there is one facility that doesn’t rate much of a mention, unless you are an animal lover and dog owner. There are too many reports of “vicious” dog attacks in the news. … Read More