Various residents’ groups

Brunswick Residents Network

This is our website. If you live or work in Brunswick, and want to get involved sign up to our email list here:

You can contact us at – send some details if you’d like your group listed here: just send a short description and a contact point.


Albert Street Trees
This network came together in early 2018 to support Council plans to plant trees in Albert Street between Sydney Road and Nicholson Street.

See the proposed tree map

You can email them via Brunswick Residents Network ( and join their e-list, to be notified of consultation meetings, here: 

You can also contact Alex English, the Moreland Council officer responsible for this project:

Florence Street Park group
The Florence Street Park group has been set up to support Moreland City Council’s proposal to temporarily close the end of Florence Street in Brunswick and turn it into a pop-up park over the 2017-2018 summer. Here are their links:


Friends of Edward Street
The residents of Edward Street, Brunswick and East Brunswick unite as Friends of Edward Street (FOES) to make their street more liveable – including the occasional spot of street gardening.

Bring back due process
This East Brunswick group campaigned to improve plans for the redevelopment of the Tontine factory site (between John and Nicholson Streets). They reached agreement with the developers on issues such as no traffic entering residential John Street. However, the site was sold, the new developers got a planning overlay from the State Government, and the residents found out 7 months later. See their website:

Brunswick residents unite against inappropriate development
This group has been active around Edward Street in south-east Brunswick, campaigning to improve the enormous TipTop re-development. See their website:

Brunswick Historic Brickworks Facebook page
The Save the Brickworks Campaign successfully advocated for responsible re-development of the Dawson Street (Hoffman’s) brickworks site. Bricks were made in Brunswick from the 1840s to 1993. The imposing chimneys, kilns and brick pressing shed of Hoffman’s Brickworks on Dawson Street are a reminder of this history. Locals have a Facebook page. Please “like” the page, add your own stories, read the information already there, and use it to keep up with local events.

One comment

  1. Peter O'Donnell · · Reply

    During the zoning discussions a few years ago I was in contact with a residents group in West Brunswick. I would like to be in contact again with this group. I am i such a group on north east Brunswick. Can anyone help me?

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