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Maiden Gully Progress Association


Established in May 2010, the Maiden Gully Progress Association is group of volunteers that seeks to understand local concerns, works with government and key stakeholders to advocate and effect change.

Maiden Gully is an inclusive, vibrant and empowered community that contributes to the Maiden Gully’s community well-being and economy for people to “Live and Grow”.

To support growth and local economy,  Maiden Gully will need adequate infrastructure to support residential, commercial, educational, social, and recreational facilities.

It is also imperative that through growth, we protect our natural environment and commit to preventing or reducing climate impacts to help retain the beauty of Maiden Gully and provide a better future.

Community-based events bring the residents of Maiden Gully together, promoting and highlighting our current initiatives and priorities.

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For Maiden Gully to be a modern, thriving, sustainable, and engaged community


To represent and advocate for our community; supporting their needs in a progressive, pro-active and collaborative manner


Monthly meetings are now held at a new time of the second Tuesday of the month at the Maiden Gully Community Hall - 'Small Hall', 711 Calder Highway, Maiden Gully at 7:30pm.

​New members are always welcome!


Get Involved


There are a number of different ways to get involved in the Progress Association, so if you have only a little time to spare, we'd still love to hear from you.

Become A Member


Becoming a member of the association ensures you are kept up to date with what is happening in your community. Our Facebook site provides the most up-to-date news about what's happening in the Community.

Want to Join?


We welcome any enquiry. We're always looking for new members to be involved in the Maiden Gully Progress Association. We would love to hear from you.

Our membership forms are available. Just click here 


We love Snap Send Solve

The Maiden Gully Progress Association is pleased to introduce Snap Send Solve as a valuable tool for community members.


This innovative platform allows residents to report local issues effortlessly, promoting a cleaner and safer environment. Organisations participating in this initiative include the City of Greater Bendigo, VicRoads, and Coliban Water, along with numerous other relevant organisations.


If you come across a pothole, graffiti, or any other concerns, simply snap a photo, provide a brief description, and send it through the app. Your contributions will play a role in maintaining the quality of life in our community. Download Snap Send Solve today and join us in making Maiden Gully an even better place to live.

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