The Norfolk Island 2030: Sustaining our Future Plan
The Norfolk Island 2030: Sustaining our Future Plan (the 2030 Plan) will be a shared vision for Norfolk Island, which is being developed to ensure the progress of Norfolk Island is based on community's priorities.
The 2030 Plan will contain an overarching strategy for all stakeholders of Norfolk Island, highlighting the long-term priorities for sustaining the local community and economy. The 2030 Plan will also articulate immediate to short-term goals in responding to the economic challenges and opportunities posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a community-owned document, the 2030 Plan will provide a framework for future strategic discussions among community members. The 2030 Plan acknowledges and builds upon the important work completed to date, particularly the Norfolk Island Community Strategic Plan 2016–2026.
It will be a point of reference for the Australian Government, in partnership with the Norfolk Island Regional Council, business sector, and community, to guide future goals and investment.
Consultants C Change Sustainable Solutions and Stump Jump Solutions have compiled a draft Consultation Report, which is available below, on the results from the Island-wide community survey and the Recovery and Renewal workshops which took place earlier in the year. You are invited to review the draft Consultation Report based on this first phase of consultations and provide any feedback to email@example.com.
As further stakeholder and community engagement is undertaken, the draft Consultation Report will be updated. When travel restrictions are appropriate to allow travel to Norfolk Island, the consultants will conduct face-to-face consultations on-island on the proposed Strategic Plan.
- Norfolk Consultation Report on Phase 1 consultations PDF: 6771 KB
Consultation paper submissions
The Department intends to publish all submissions to the consultation papers, unless a request is made for a submission to be kept confidential or a submission contains other information that is not suitable for publishing.