Strathbogie Shire Council

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Let's Talk - we are listening

Strathbogie Shire Council will be travelling throughout the region to hear first-hand about the issues that people are most passionate about in their communities.

The ‘Let’s Talk – We are Listening’ campaign is a series of opportunities for the local community to become involved in making the Strathbogie Shire an even better place to live, work, study, invest and much more…

All the information and feedback received from the community as part of this program will be taken seriously and moulded into a community focussed plan driven by the community, for the community.

  • Let’s Talk is online…through Council’s Website and click on the ‘Let’s Talk’ survey button and type away. No idea is too big or small.
  • Let’s Talk is in person…through a series of Conversation Cafés. These are relaxed; friendly environments where the local community can come and have a cuppa whilst talking to Councillors and Council Officers. This is your chance to tell us what you think could make our Shire truly great.
  • Let’s Talk is also available direct to all households... Simply wait for your Let’s Talk Postcard to arrive in the mail, fill in the reverse side and return it reply paid via Australia Post, or to any one of our drop off points at Council Offices, Visitor Information Centres or local libraries.

Mayor Amanda McClaren said at the first meeting as a Council in 2016, Councillors committed to stronger communication and engagement with their Strathbogie Shire communities.

"We are staying true to that commitment and would like to hear from you about the aspects of your community that are important to you as we start to develop the Strathbogie Shire Council Plan," she said.

"Council are listening and we would like to hear your thoughts about what would help your community to flourish. We are travelling throughout the region in February to have conversations in a relaxed ‘café style’ meeting, however if you can’t make it to one of our Let’s Talk sessions, there are many ways you can share your thoughts and we would value your input."

For more information on the Let’s Talk campaign, call 1800 065 993 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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