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Isaac Regional Council was formed on Saturday 15 March 2008 through the amalgamation of three former shires: Belyando, Broadsound and Nebo. Council’s role is to provide facilities throughout the region in an effective and efficient manner and encourage strategic and sustainable development of the area for the benefit of all citizens.

Website:
Address:
Grosvenor Complex, Batchelor Parade QLD
Phone:
07 4941 4500
Fax:
07 4941 8666
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Moonee Valley City Council is a local government within the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. We formed in 1994 as the result of a merger between the City of Essendon and City of Keilor.

Website:
Address:
9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds VIC
Email
Phone:
03 9243 8888
Fax:
03 9377 2100
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Wyndham has experienced the largest and fastest growth in all Victorian local government areas and is the third fastest growing in Australia. Its estimated residential population set to exceed 245,000 people by 2021. Spanning 542 square kilometres on a coastal plain on the western fringe of Melbourne, the City is home to a diversity of sectors: strong industrial and technology districts, two major retail precincts, intensive vegetable growing areas and grazing lands.

Website:
Address:
45 Princes Highway, Werribee, Victoria
Email
Phone:
03 9742 0777
Fax:
03 9741 6237
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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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Isaac Regional Council was formed on Saturday 15 March 2008 through the amalgamation of three former shires: Belyando, Broadsound and Nebo. Council’s role is to provide facilities throughout the region in an effective and efficient manner and encourage strategic and sustainable development of the area for the benefit of all citizens.

Website:
Address:
PO Box 97, MORANBAH QLD
Email
Phone:
1300 47 22 27
Fax:
07 4941 8666
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As the State's peak representative body in Aboriginal affairs, the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council aims to protect the interests and further the aspirations of its members and the broader Aboriginal community. The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council is committed to ensuring a better future for Aboriginal people by working for the return of culturally significant and economically viable land, pursuing cultural, social and economic independence for its people and being politically pro-active and voicing the position of Aboriginal people on issues that affect them.

Website:
Address:
33 Argyle St, Parramatta NSW
Phone:
02 9689 4444
Fax:
02 9687 1234
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Horsham Rural City offers a modest cost of living, a Mediterranean climate, excellent schools, short commute times and an abundance of housing options all within a caring community. In fact, Horsham residents report satisfaction of quality of life at 98%

Website:
Address:
Civic Centre, Roberts Ave, Horsham VIC
Email
Phone:
03 5382 9777
Fax:
03 5382 1111
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The Harden Shire contains four villages, all with their own characteristics: Wombat, Jugiong,Galong and Kingsvale.

Website:
Address:
3 East Street, Harden NSW
Email
Phone:
02 6386 0100
Fax:
02 6386 0105
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Shire of Mundaring is located on the eastern fringe of Perth. The Shire is predominately rural, with large areas of National Park. The bulk of the population lives on the suburban fringe of Perth as well as in the numerous townships located predominately in the west of the Shire. Suburbs: Bailup, Beechina, Bellevue, Boya, Chidlow, Darlington, Glen Forest, Gorrie, Greenmount, Helena Valley, Hovea, Mahogany Creek, Malmalling, Midvale, Mt Helena, Mundaring, Parkerville, Sawyers Valley, Stoneville, Swan View (part of), The Lakes and Wooroloo.

Website:
Address:
7000 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring WA
Email
Phone:
08 9290 6666
Fax:
08 9296 3288
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