Young and old shine in Divercity


Find out what’s on in the City of Port Phillip this October and November.    Our latest issue of Divercity is about to arrive in letterboxes across St Kilda, Port Melbourne, South Melbourne, Albert Park, Ripponlea and Elwood.  Filled with things to do from Senior’s Festival to Children’s Week, Bupa Around the Bay and the Melbourne Marathon to Good Food Month and the Linden Postcard Show, as well as information about the upcoming Victorian State Election.

Great sports in Port: Divercity Aug Sep 14

People, places and things to do from all over Port Phillip. Divercity magazine goes to every household in St Kilda, Port Melbourne, South Melbourne, Albert Park and Elwood. Council research shows it is read by over 70 per cent of residents and is very highly regarded. Edunity provides the majority of the editorial and acts as editor for the City of Port Phillip. Read it now


Divercity Aug – Sep 14


Western Water kickstarts 2014 presentations

This week Western Water, together with the team at Edunity, kicked off its 2014 water incursion program with presentations at Balliang East & New Gisborne Primary Schools. 

The presentations bring in a school year that will see our presenters visit well over 9000 primary and preschool students across the Western Water service area.

The 45-60 minute presentations cover a range of topics, from drinking water for health to saving it at school and around the home. They also have strong links to the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS) and AusVELS, engaging pre and post lesson plans and free showbag giveaway for all students.

And as always, our adorable water saving ambassadors Sammy the Snake and Frances the Frog will be there to help spread the message.


Edunity is moving to Flinders Lane

That’s right, after 11 years in our seaside digs in St Kilda, we are moving onwards and upwards to our new space in Flinders Lane.

Our new address from 18 December is 202 / 517 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.

All our other contact details will stay the same.

Pix of the new place will be up soon! Hope you can come and visit us for a coffee (or even a hit of rooftop tennis!) in the new year.

Edunity helps SES promote Storm Safety


Edunity SES Storm Safe Online Game







StormSafe Awareness Week is Monday 9 – Sunday 15 September 2013

Edunity and have produced the StormSafe education program for the Victoria State Emergency Service to teach parents, teachers and kids about preparing for storms.

Students can test who is the fastest mouse click in the west when they use the StormSafe Online Game to trim back overhanging tree branches, put away garden furniture, toys and trampolines and clear the gutters of leaf litter and muck.

The game reinforces the SES key messages of

  • unsecured items in backyards can cause damage to people and property
  • it’s easy to make your property storm safe
  • kids can help their households to be storm safe.

Along with the game, Edunity have produced a set of lesson plans and activities for teachers, with full AusVELs links for Prep – Year 8.

Play the game at