Green Gully Traffic School seeks new management


Brimbank council is undertaking an expression of Interest (EOI) process to identify the most suitable future tenant for the Green Gully Traffic School.

Currently run by the Brimbank Bicycle Education Centre (BBEC), at 7 Clubhouse Place, Green Gully Reserve in Keilor Downs, the BBEC will close its doors on June 30.

Council said this facility has been used for the purposes of leisure activity, riding and traffic education and that it welcomes expressions of interest from suitable community group applicants who can meet the council’s broad aim for the facility to maximise its use by the community for leisure activity.

In March, BBEC secretary Richard Carthew told Star Weekly in March that he was hopeful a new group could take over and keep the centre running.

Mr Carthew said over the years the centre has received great community support, and said the team was disappointed to have had to make the decision to close.

Interested applicants can learn more about the EOI application process by contacting Brimbank council’s leisure and community facilities on or via phone 9249 4537.

Applications will close at 11.59pm on Tuesday, June 11.

Applications will be assessed by a panel, with notice of the outcome by June 30.