2016 Winners Videos

Below are video summaries of the 2016 National Winner and the Category Award Winning projects.

National Winner

Mackay Regional Council, Qld, for Transforming a Water Business

Category Winners

Blue Mountains City Council, NSW, for Street Art Walk

Category: Arts Animates—excellence in building innovative and inspired communities

Sponsored by the Ministry for the Arts in the Department of Communications and the Arts

Tamworth Regional Council, NSW, for Tamworth Regional Playground

Category: Boosting Productivity through Infrastructure

Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Swan Hill Rural City Council, Vic, for Pioneer Settlement Redevelopment—Heartbeat of the Murray

Category: Contributing to Regional Growth

Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Mackay Regional Council, Qld, for Transforming a Water Business

Category: Digital Innovation in Local Government

Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Kiama Municipal Council, NSW, for Kiama Dementia Friendly Project

Category: Disability Access and Inclusion

Sponsored by the Department of Social Services

Southern Downs Regional Council, Qld, for Backpackers & Seasonal Workers Road Safety Campaign

Category: Excellence in Road Safety

Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Mackay Regional Council, Qld, for Revitalization and Activation of Mackay City Centre

Category: Innovation to Create More Liveable Australian Cities

Sponsored by Optus Business

City of Greater Dandenong, Vic, for Creating Change: Social Cohesion Program

Category: Multicultural Australia—Strength in Diversity

Sponsored by the Department of Social Services

City of Stirling, WA, for Stirling Aboriginal Engagement Project

Category: Promoting Indigenous Recognition

Sponsored by Woodside Energy Ltd.

City of Yarra, Vic, for Yarra Young Entrepreneur Program

Category: Youth Economic Participation

Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

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Last Updated: 27 June, 2016