Things to do and see

Discover and Experience Whitehorse - Visitor Guide

A new report from Destination Melbourne  has demonstrated the importance of the visitor economy as a significant contributor,  attracting over 3.3 million visitors and generating nearly 2.4 billion of expenditure across the Melbourne’s East.

Council’s Investment & Economic Development Unit has recently produced the Whitehorse & Box Hill Visitor Guide.  The document presented in a map format provides an overview of Council facilities (parks, sport and libraries),key services (tertiary education, shopping precincts, transport and hospitals) and public transport routes.

Residents and businesses are encouraged to collect a copy of the Whitehorse & Box Hill Visitor Guide at one Council’s Customer Service Centres, for their visiting friends and relatives to discover and experience the many things that Whitehorse has to offer.

The Whitehorse & Box Hill Visitor Guide is also available electronically in Mandarin

Aqualink Box Hill

Nestled in the beautiful surrounds of Surrey Park, Aqualink Box Hill sits adjacent to Surrey Dive, originally a deep water hole that became the first Olympic standard pool in Australia in the early 1900s. The original Aqualink Box Hill, built in the late 1970s, was redeveloped in 2012-13. The new Aqualink Box Hill, double the size of the old building, opened in December 2013.

Aqualink Box Hill has set a new standard for aquatic and leisure facilities in Australia. From its leading-edge environmentally-sustainable design features to its spacious and flexible aquatic and dry area facilities, it has become one of the most modern and innovative centres in Australia.

Whitehorse Artspace

The Whitehorse Artspace holds regular exhibitions showcasing the extensive City of Whitehorse Art Collection as well work by local and emerging artists.

A Day in Box Hill

Broadsheet Melbourne have created a plan for a day is Box Hill with their favourite places to eat.