2019 National Awards for Excellence Winners

2019 Category Award Winners

The 2019 National Awards for Local Government were presented on Monday, 17 June 2019.

The ten category winners were presented with their awards at an event attended by Ministers and category sponsors at the Crown Plaza in Canberra.

Details of the National Award winner, category winners and highly commended projects are in the 2019 National Awards for Local Government Winners’ Book.

Category Winners and Highly Commended Projects

Winner: City of Belmont, WA — The Adventures of the Belmonsters

Highly Commended: Manningham City Council, VIC — Powerful Stories
Highly Commended: Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD — Cultivate the Arts Program

Winner: Lake Macquarie City Council, NSW — Lake Macquarie Organics Resource Recovery Facility

Highly Commended: Lismore City Council, NSWOptimised IDEA – South Lismore Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade

Winner: George Town Council, TAS — Bell Bay Initiative

Highly Commended: Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD — The Mill
Highly Commended: Murweh Shire Council, QLD — Managing Economic Diversity in the Remote Shire of Murweh

Winner: Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD — Backstage Pass

Highly Commended: Wangaratta Rural City Council, VIC — Same Same, But Different

Winner: City of Stirling, WA — Moorland Street Bicycle Boulevard

Highly Commended: City of Ryde, NSW — Safety Around Schools
Highly Commended: North Sydney Council, NSW — Take a Look Around – Ballad Rap Pedestrian Campaign

Winner: City of Stirling, WA — Kaleidoscope Initiative

Highly Commended: Willoughby City Council, NSW — MOSAIC Multicultural Centre

Winner: Wollongong City Council, NSW — I Belong in the Gong

Highly Commended: Gannawarra Shire Council, VIC — ReSpark the Park

Winner: City of Fremantle, WA — One Day

Highly Commended: Shire of Northam, WA — Bilya Koort Boddja Centre for Nyoongar Culture and Environmental Knowledge

Winner: Holly Cowdery, Willoughby City Council, NSW — Project Manager, Gore Hill Park Redevelopment

Winner: Wollongong City Council, NSW — Eyes on the Future

Highly Commended: City of Canterbury Bankstown, NSW — Sophea’s Story
Highly Commended: City of Swan, WA — Resource Sharing in the Resources Capital

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

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Last Updated: 25 November, 2019