2019 Winners Videos

Below are video summaries of the 2019 National Winner and the Category Award Winning projects.

National Winner

City of Stirling, WA for the Kaleidoscope Initiative

Category Winners

City of Belmont, WA, for The Adventures of the Belmonsters

Category: Arts Animates – Creating Vibrant and Cohesive Communities through the Arts
Sponsored by the Department of Communications and the Arts

Lake Macquarie City Council, NSW, for the Lake Macquarie Organics Recovery Facility

Category: Boosting Productivity through Infrastructure
Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

George Town Council, TAS, for the Bell Bay Initiative

Category: Contributing to Regional Growth
Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD, for Backstage Pass

Category: Disability Access and Inclusion
Sponsored by the Department of Social Services

City of Stirling, WA, for the Moorland Street Bicycle Boulevard

Category: Excellence in Road Safety
Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

City of Stirling, WA, for the Kaleidoscope Initiative

Category: Multicultural Australia – Cohesive Communities
Sponsored by the Department of Home Affairs

Wollongong City Council, NSW, for I Belong in the Gong

Category: Prevention and Community Safety
Sponsored by the Department of Social Services

City of Fremantle, WA, for One Day

Category: Promoting Indigenous Recognition
Sponsored by Woodside Energy Ltd.

Holly Cowdery, Willoughby City Council, NSW for the Gore Hill Park Redevelopment

Category: The Susan Grace Benny Award – Women in Local Government and Community
Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, partnering with the Australian Local Government Women’s Association.

Wollongong City Council, NSW, for Eyes on the Future

Category: Workforce Planning and Development – Attracting and Retaining Tomorrow’s Workforce
Sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, partnering with Local Government Professionals Australia.

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Last Updated: 28 June, 2019