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Our residential population of 24,275 is made up of families, young people, workers, retirees and sea/tree changers spread across 17 unique communities including the larger towns of Clermont, Coppabella, Dysart, Glenden, Middlemount, Moranbah, Nebo and St Lawrence. It also includes the smaller communities of Carmila, Clairview, Clarke Creek, Greenhill, Ilbilbie, Kilcummin, Mackenzie River, Mistake Creek and Valkyrie. Mining, grain production, beef and a thriving service industry is what the Isaac Region are founded on today. The Isaac region encompasses 58 862 square kilometres of fertile plains, rich soils, beaches and coal mines in the mineral rich Bowen Basin. Mining is the region’s largest employer with 25 operating coal mines producing 42% of QLD’s saleable coal.

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Address:
Grosvenor Complex, Batchelor Parade. PO Box 97, Morandah QLD 4744
Phone:
07 4941 4500
Fax:
0749418666
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Our vision is for the Fraser Coast to offer a "lifestyle for everyone". We will work towards achieving this vision by sustaining our unique natural environment, building a dynamic region, maintaining a healthy community and establishing a smart customer orientated organisation. There are principles that guide our actions and decisions when dealing with the community, customers and stakeholders: responsibility, equity/fairness, efficiency, accountability, teamwork.

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Address:
PO Box 1943, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
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Phone:
1300 794929
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Regional Development Australia (RDA) is a national network of 55 committees made up of local leaders who work with all levels of government, business and community groups to support the development of their regions. This Australian Government initiative brings together all levels of government to support the development of regional Australia. It is funded by the Australian Government and by state, territory and local governments in some jurisdictions. It is administered by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development.

Website:
Address:
55 Miller Street, Kippa-Ring Redcliffe QLD 4021
Phone:
07 5428 0211
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The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services works to make our state great by strengthening connections between individuals, families and communities. We strive for improved wellbeing, safety and participation of Queenslanders by providing and investing in quality human services. Its stated purpose is to strengthen and protect the well-being of Queenslanders, particularly those who are vulnerable and most in need.

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Address:
36 East Street, Rockhampton QLD 4700
Phone:
07 4938 4765
Fax:
0749384957
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Woolyungah Indigenous Centre (WIC) provide a number of programs, services and facilities to encourage and support tertiary education amongst Indigenous Australians. Despite it’s primary purpose of supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students throughout their journey at UOW, WIC often acts as a gathering place for many. Throughout the year the students of Woolyungah Indigenous Centre run free student social BBQs. This weekly event is often a great opportunity for all members of Woolyungah, both new and old to meet and yarn with one another.

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Address:
Building 30, Northfields Avenue, Wollongong NSW 2522
Email
Phone:
02 4221 3776
Fax:
0242214244
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Narrabri Shire is conveniently located halfway between Brisbane and Sydney. It is two and a half hours from the Queensland border and is well serviced by road, rail and air. The Shire’s largest town of Narrabri is positioned on the crossroads of the Newell and Kamilaroi Highways. Narrabri Shire is full of surprises and can cater for all your business and individual requirements.

Website:
Address:
46-48 Maitland Street, Narrabri NSW 2390
Email
Phone:
02 6799 6866
Fax:
0267996888
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The Southern Downs Regional Council was formed on the 15th of March 2008 as an outcome of the Queensland Local Government Reform process. This new governing body encompasses the areas previously occupied by the Warwick and Stanthorpe Shire Councils. The Council consists of the Mayor and eight councillors, who are elected by residents for a 4-year term. Queensland’s Southern Downs Region has excellent opportunities for growth and investment in horticulture, agriculture, commerce, manufacturing and tourism. These industries are already flourishing, and the Southern Down’s quality infrastructure means there is ample room for new developments.

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Address:
PO Box 26, Warwick QLD 4370
Email
Phone:
07 4661 0300
Fax:
0746610333
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The Shire of Goomalling Council and staff work together to provide support and leadership for our rural community. We are a proactive, innovative and sustainable Council that benefits all residents in the Shire of Goomalling. A good working relationship exists with all sporting bodies and community groups. Landcare, community development and sport and recreation have been identified as priority areas and officers have been appointed to develop and manage plans to enhance the environment and quality of life for our residents and visitors.

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Address:
CNR Hoddy & Quinlan Streets, Goomalling WA 6460
Email
Phone:
08 9629 1101
Fax:
0896291017
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The Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council is a significant organisation in our community, we seek to become the most highly visible and most recognised Aboriginal organisation in the Sydney Metropolitan Region. Metro’s continued existence and strength is an important symbol and a vital ongoing resource to its members.
 We do this as a tribute and as a reminder of the struggles and achievements of Elders and those who have gone before to fight for land rights and justice for our people.

Website:
Address:
33-38 George Street, Redfern NSW
Email
Phone:
02 8394 9666
Fax:
02 8294 9733
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The City of Monash is 81.5 square kilometres, located 20km southeast of the CBD and contains the suburbs of Wheelers Hill, Mulgrave, Glen Waverley, Mount Waverley, Ashwood, Huntingdale, Notting Hill, Clayton, Oakleigh, Hughesdale, Oakleigh East and parts of Chadstone, Burwood and Oakleigh South. The municipality is predominantly a residential area, with substantial industrial, commercial and recreational areas. The City is served by the Monash Freeway, EastLink, Dandenong Road, North Road, Wellington Road and the Dandenong and Glen Waverley railway lines. Monash has an estimated resident population of 177,970, living in 65,498 households, making it one of most populous municipalities in Melbourne.

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Address:
293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley VIC
Email
Phone:
03 9518 3555
Fax:
03 9518 3444
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Aboriginal land council deals with Culture and Heritage, Aboriginal Housing and Land Management matters. Kempsey LALC can boast that it was affiliated with the first mainland native title claim. The claim was made over land at Crescent Head and granted to the Dunghutti Elders, the name of the region to which the first people were ascribed to.

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Address:
Suite 8, 1 John Street, Kempsey NSW
Email
Phone:
02 6562 8688
Fax:
02 6563 1293
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UrbanGrowth NSW (formerly Landcom) was established to address the barriers to private sector investment in development projects in NSW. It focuses on urban renewal projects that provide greater housing choice and affordability. As the ‘development champion’, it unlocks private land holdings and accesses surplus Government land for development opportunities for the private sector as well as assists in the delivery of important infrastructure.

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Address:
Level 14, 60 Station Street, Parramatta NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9841 8600
Fax:
02 9841 8688
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Frankston City is situated on the eastern shores of Port Phillip Bay approximately 40 kilometres south of Melbourne. The municipality covers an area of about 131 square kilometres from Seaford Wetlands in the north, to Mt Eliza in the south, and the Western Port Highway in the east. The western boundary of the City is made up of about 10 kilometres of coastline along Port Phillip Bay. Frankston City is strategically placed as the activity centre for the Mornington Peninsula and the nearby south east growth corridor of Melbourne. Currently, Frankston City provides regional shopping, education, health, community service, financial, recreation and leisure and entertainment facilities for a population catchment far greater than its municipal boundaries.

Website:
Address:
Davey Street, Frankston VIC
Email
Phone:
1300 322 322
Fax:
03 9784 1094
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Hughenden is situated on the banks of the Flinders River, Queensland longest river. Hughenden has direct road access to a number of major centres and tourist attractions within the region. The Flinders Highway runs through Hughenden connecting to Townsville (376km) in the east and Mount Isa (519km) in the west, with a southern sealed road access via the Dinosaur Way to Winton and Longreach. For those wanting to travel north there is the Kennedy Developmental Road, a gravel and bitumen sealed road to the Atherton Tablelands and Cairns.

Website:
Address:
34 Gray Street, Hughenden QLD
Email
Phone:
07 4741 2900
Fax:
07 4741 1741
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Fairfield City Council aims to foster a thriving, safe and friendly community with people who support and respect one another. Furthermore, a place where are proud to live, invest and prosper together. Follow the links below or to the left to find out about the City's rich history, exciting tourist attractions and how you can get involved in your local Council.

Website:
Address:
Avoca Road, Wakeley NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9725 0222
Fax:
02 9725 4249
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Thungutti Local Aboriginal Land Council

Thungutti Local Aboriginal Land Council is committed to ensuring a better future for Aborginal people by working for the return of culturally significant and economically viable land, pursuing cultural, social and economic independence for it’s people and being politically pro-active and voicing the position of Aboriginal people on issues that affect them.

Address:
East Street, Bellbrook NSW
Email
Phone:
02 6567 2050
Fax:
02 6567 2169
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We manage and settle the personal and fatal injury claims of those injured or fatally injured by a motorist third party driving a Western Australian registered vehicle. We manage and administer the insurance and risk management arrangements of Western Australian State Government public authorities who are members of the Risk Cover Fund.

Website:
Address:
221 Georges Terrace, Perth WA
Email
Phone:
08 9264 3333
Fax:
0892643564
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The Northern Land Council is an independent statutory authority of the Commonwealth. It is responsible for assisting Aboriginal peoples in the Top End of the Northern Territory to acquire and manage their traditional lands and seas. Key constituents of the NLC are traditional owners and the residents on Aboriginal lands. Approximately 30,000 Aboriginal people live within the NLC region. While many live in major towns there are almost 200 communities ranging in size from small family outstations to settlements of up to 3,000 people.

Website:
Address:
45 Mitchell Street, Darwin NT
Phone:
08 8920 5100
Fax:
0889452633
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Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service (AHS) is an Aboriginal community controlled primary health care service operated by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of the ACT. In Wiradjuri language, Winnunga Nimmityjah means Strong Health. The service logo is the Corroboree Frog which is significant to Aboriginal people in the ACT. Our aim is to provide a culturally safe, holistic health care service for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of the ACT and surrounding regions. The holistic health care provided by Winnunga Nimmityjah AHS includes not only medical care, but a range of programs to promote good health and healthy lifestyles.

Website:
Address:
63 Boolimba Cresent, Narrabundah ACT
Phone:
02 6284 6222
Fax:
02 6284 6200
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Identified as a major centre by the NSW Government, Burwood is set to grow significantly in the next 25 years, taking advantage of the area’s strong local economy and excellent transport infrastructure. Council is committed not only to maximising the area’s growth, but to ensuring that Burwood remains an exciting and vibrant place to live, work and visit. We have already completed an extensive program of public works, including improvements to Burwood Park, the Avenue of Nations and surrounding street scapes.

Website:
Address:
PO Box 240, Burwood NSW
Email
Phone:
02 9911 9911
Fax:
02 9911 9900
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Government Skills Australia, creating a skilled and capable workforce serving government and the community safety and water industries. Government Skills Australia (GSA) is a national Industry Skills Council (ISC) for the government and community safety sectors representing the Vocational Education and Training (VET) and workforce interests of Correctional Services, Local Government, Public Safety, Public Sector and Water. GSA provides industry intelligence on skill needs and training solutions to the Australian Government to develop a skilled workforce. GSA services industry through the provision of quality training products and qualifications, workforce development and career advice.

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Address:
Level 2, 47-49 Waymouth St, Adelaide SA
Email
Phone:
08 8410 3455
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"The City of Port Phillip respectfully acknowledges the Yalukit Wilam Clan of the Boon Wurrung. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past and present. We acknowledge and uphold their continuing relationship to this land.’" The City of Port Phillip was formed in 1994 and is an amalgamation of the former cities of Port Melbourne, South Melbourne and St Kilda.

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Address:
CNR Brighten Rd and Carlisle St, St Kilda VIC
Email
Phone:
03 9209 6777
Fax:
03 9536 2722
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MidCoast Water delivers water and sewerage services to 40,000 households in the Manning, Great Lakes and Gloucester communities of NSW. We supply 8 billion litres of water a year between Karuah in the south, Johns River in the north and Gloucester in the west. With new technologies and constant improvements to the system, we are confident we can continue to provide high quality, safe, drinking water for our community and responsibly manage the treatment of waste, to meet the needs of our growing population well into the future.

Website:
Address:
26 Muldoon Street, Taree NSW
Email
Phone:
1300 133 455
Fax:
0265558516
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The Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Land Council provides services for Indigenous residents of Gilgandra covering all aspects of housing, heritage, and Indigenous affairs. Gilgandra is located in the central west of NSW approx half way between Melbourne and Brisbane approx. thirty minutes north of the regional centre of Dubbo. Gilgandra has a population of 2700 people with 4700 living in the district.

Website:
Address:
72 Warren Street, Gilgandra NSW
Email
Phone:
02 6847 1477
Fax:
02 6847 1461
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Kiama is a unique coastal gem in the Illawarra region, and its central location to major cities and infrastructure means that not only can you run a successful business interest; you can also enjoy a true lifestyle location. The region is a popular tourist retreat with its rich mosaic of rugged sea cliffs, golden sandy beaches, dairy pastures and historic towns

Website:
Address:
11 Manning Street, Kiama NSW
Email
Phone:
02 4232 0444
Fax:
02 4232 0555
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