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Footscray, Victoria Consistent with other inner-city electorates in Melbourne, and other state capitals, voter support for the Australian Greens has increased in recent years; the Greens received 17 per cent of the primary vote in Footscray at the 2014 State Election. One third of voters at the Central Footscray booth voted for the Australian Greens in the 2010 Federal election, almost doubling the Greens vote in one election cycle.
Footscray, Victoria The Footscray Market is a large indoor fresh produce and seafood market, with 33 food stalls and 50 general stalls, catering particularly to the various ethnicities and local restaurants. It is located opposite Footscray railway station.
Footscray, Victoria Footscray Park is one of the largest and most intact examples of an Edwardian park in Australia; characteristic features include rustic stonework, ornamental ponds and extensive use of palms. The 15-hectare park is classified as a heritage place on the Victorian Heritage Register. The 'heavily indebted' local Council approved a 1.8 million makeover for the park in March 2011.
Footscray, Victoria The Footscray Historical Society works on a number of local fronts to record and preserve the history of the area. The Society has an active membership who take part in a range of activities to assist this endeavour. Records such as rare books, business records and correspondence are held at the Society's headquarters at Ercildoune, built in 1876 as a branch of the National Bank of Australasia. The Society owns this historic building and has had the interior and exterior restored. Tours, forums and discussions are held regularly.
Footscray, Victoria The Dog Theatre opened in September 2008. It is one of the first site specific company/venues in Australia! and was the "Winner of Best Venue: Melbourne Fringe Festival Awards 2009". The venue has a funky cafe with well made coffee, snacks and cool seating under the shade of a huge willow tree. As of 2011, The Dog Theatre is no longer in residence at Albert Street, and now moves all over the western suburbs of Melbourne.