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The Corangamite CMA was established to ensure the protection and sustainable development of land, vegetation and water resources within a boundary stretching from Geelong to Ballarat and along the coast to Peterborough. About 380,000 people live in the catchment’s 13,340 square kilometres of south-western Victoria and 175 kilometres of coastal fringe. The region is defined by four river basins – the Moorabool, Barwon, Lake Corangamite and Otway Coast. It includes all or part of the cities of Ballarat and Greater Geelong, the Borough of Queenscliffe and the shires of Moorabool, Surf Coast, Corangamite, Golden Plains, Colac Otway and Moyne.

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Address:
PO Box 159, Colac VIC
Email
Phone:
03 5232 9100
Fax:
03 5232 2759
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Camden is an area steeped in heritage, adventure and natural charm. Located just 60km south west of Sydney, Camden boasts that rural feel of yesterday, with all the luxuries and conveniences of today, offering locals and visitors the best of both worlds. Camden Council aims to enhance the lives and well-being of its residents and offers exceptional services and programs to the community. From waste disposal to Development Applications, or community events to grants and initiatives, Camden Council strives to assist its community in a professional and positive way. The Camden Council logo is a visual expression of the Camden area. The Platypus image is a unique and modern symbol representing the serious efforts made by Camden Council towards meeting our goals of becoming an environmentally, culturally, socially and economically sustainable community.

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Address:
37 John Street, Camden NSW
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Phone:
02 4654 7777
Fax:
02 4654 7829
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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.

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Address:
72 Warren Street, Gilgandra NSW
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Phone:
02 6847 1477
Fax:
02 6847 1461
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Our mission To protect and restore our land and water resources, encourage the sustainable development of natural resource-based industries and conserve our natural and cultural heritage we will, * Facilitate the development of a healthy environment * Encourage sustainable economic use of natural resources * Reduce our ecological footprint * Implement sustainable landscape planning principles * Develop cohesive innovative communities * Develop partnerships between community and government.

Website:
Address:
64 Dennis Street, Colac VIC
Email
Phone:
03 5232 9100
Fax:
03 5232 2759
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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

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Address:
11 Manning Street, Kiama NSW
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Phone:
02 4232 0444
Fax:
02 4232 0555
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Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) is incorporated by the 1981 Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act whereby the SA Parliament gave Aboriginal people title to more than 103,000 square kilometres of arid land in the far northwest of South Australia. All Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Ngaanyatjarra people who are traditional owners of any part of the Lands are members of Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara. The members of APY meet at least once in every calendar year. At its meetings, every effort is made to reach a consensus. If consensus cannot be reached, then the adult members present may decide to resolve the question by a vote.

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Address:
PMB 227 Umuwa Via Alice Springs
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Phone:
08 8954 8111
Fax:
08 8954 8110
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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.

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Address:
7000 Great Eastern Highway, Mundaring WA
Email
Phone:
08 9290 6666
Fax:
08 9296 3288
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The Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) officially commenced in 1991 replacing the previous role of the Northern Land Council. It assumes responsibility for activities within the Groote Eylandt archipelago. They work for the benefit of Groote Eylandt people, liaising with GEMCO (Groote Eylandt Mining Company) on all matters that affect the land, rehabilitation and the people. The ALC is responsible for land visitation by non-Indigenous people, illegal entry to lands, issuing of permits for visitation rights, ranger inspections and other daily management issues. It is mandatory for all non-Indigenous people visiting Groote Eylandt to hold a permit to visit non-leasehold Aboriginal lands. The ALC administers this system on behalf of the Traditional Owners.

Website:
Address:
30 Bougainvillea Drive, Groote Eylandt NT
Email
Phone:
08 8987 4000
Fax:
08 8987 4098
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