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2017 National Winner Announced

Senator the Hon Fiona Nash, Minister for Local Government and Territories has announced Wyndham City Council in Victoria as the winner of the 2017 National Award for Excellence in Local Government for its WynLens - Visualization, Analysis and Modelling of a Holographic City project.

Details of this project and the 2017 Category Winners and highly commended projects are in the 2017 National Awards for Local Government Winners Book.

Category Winners

Congratulations to the 2017 Category Winners.

Highly Commended

Congratulations also to the 2017 highly commended recipients.

  • Arts Animates—excellence in capacity building and innovation
    Sponsored by the Department of Communications and the Arts

    Highly Commended: City of Albany, WABella Kelly Retrospective
    Highly Commended: City of Joondalup, WAKaleidoscope Festival

  • Boosting Productivity through Infrastructure
    Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

    Highly Commended: Logan City Council, QLDContributing to Council Priorities—(TIMS) Totally Independent Managed Supply

  • Contributing to Regional Growth
    Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

    Highly Commended: Latrobe City Council, VIC—Moe Rail Precinct Revitalisation Project Stage1
    Highly Commended: Mackay Regional Council, QLD—Dudley Denney City Library

  • Disability Access and Inclusion
    Sponsored by the Department of Social Services

    Highly Commended: Tweed Shire Council, NSW—Inclusion Means Toilets—A Partnership Approach to the Access and Audit and Upgrade of Designated Access

  • Excellence in Road Safety
    Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

    Highly Commended: City of Charles Sturt, SA—40km/h Area speed limit for local streets in the City of Charles Sturt

If you require any additional information, please email the Awards Team at Awards@infrastructure.gov.au.

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Last Updated: 20 June, 2017