Previous consultation projects

For more information on any of these projects, please contact the Project Manager listed on each project page.


For more information on any of these projects, please contact the Project Manager listed on each project page.


  • Turner Caravan Park masterplan

    about 1 month ago

    A masterplan for Turner Caravan Park was called for by Council with engagement conducted in November 2018.

    View the project here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/turner-caravan-park

    A masterplan for Turner Caravan Park was called for by Council with engagement conducted in November 2018.

    View the project here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/turner-caravan-park

  • Art and Culture - Cultural Blueprint

    about 1 month ago
  • Cycling in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Region - Department of Transport

    about 2 months ago

    The Department of Transport has partnered with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the City of Busselton to produce the draft Leeuwin-Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy.

    The draft strategy was open for comment in March and April 2019.

    More about the strategy

    The strategy seeks to create a blueprint for connecting and extending cycling infrastructure in the region to enhance recreational cycling experiences for residents and show case some of the area’s best natural assets to visitors and tourists.

    It is a long-term vision to realise the sub-regions cycling potential, and seeks to create a blueprint for connecting, enhancing...

    The Department of Transport has partnered with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the City of Busselton to produce the draft Leeuwin-Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy.

    The draft strategy was open for comment in March and April 2019.

    More about the strategy

    The strategy seeks to create a blueprint for connecting and extending cycling infrastructure in the region to enhance recreational cycling experiences for residents and show case some of the area’s best natural assets to visitors and tourists.

    It is a long-term vision to realise the sub-regions cycling potential, and seeks to create a blueprint for connecting, enhancing and extending the region's cycling infrastructure through the development of an interconnected network of off-road shared path and trails, on road bike lanes and residential streets.

    For more information contact: cycling@transport.wa.gov.au

    View the Your Say page here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/2050-cycling-strategy
  • Mental health and wellbeing in Augusta Margaret River - draft report

    4 months ago

    The Lishman Health Foundation has engaged the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health from the University of Newcastle to explore mental health and well being approaches in Augusta Margaret River.

    A specialist researcher visited the Shire over November 2018 and spoke to over 100 local people and service providers.

    The community were invited to provide feedback online and in person at one of three community sessions over March 2019 to finalise the report. View the project page here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/mental-health-and-wellbeing


    The Lishman Health Foundation has engaged the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health from the University of Newcastle to explore mental health and well being approaches in Augusta Margaret River.

    A specialist researcher visited the Shire over November 2018 and spoke to over 100 local people and service providers.

    The community were invited to provide feedback online and in person at one of three community sessions over March 2019 to finalise the report. View the project page here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/mental-health-and-wellbeing


  • Dog Exercise Area Review

    6 months ago

    A review of all dog exercise areas across the Shire of Augusta Margaret River was conducted over January and February 2018.

    View the project https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/dog-exercise-area-review


    A review of all dog exercise areas across the Shire of Augusta Margaret River was conducted over January and February 2018.

    View the project https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/dog-exercise-area-review


  • Proposed Surfing Event - Part of the Margaret River Pro

    over 1 year ago

    The Shire has received an application to include Reserve 41545 (Boat Ramps), Prevelly and Reserve 8428 (North Point), Gracetown as temporary contest locations for a maximum of two days during the 2018 and 2019 Margaret River Pro event.

    Background and key points relating to the proposal are provided below.

    Advertising of this application has been extended and the new closing date is Friday 12 January 2018.

    • The Shire has issued a 5 year approval in 2014 for Surfers Point and the Box to host the annual WSL Drug Aware Margaret River Pro surfing event
    • The 2018 and 2019 event is...

    The Shire has received an application to include Reserve 41545 (Boat Ramps), Prevelly and Reserve 8428 (North Point), Gracetown as temporary contest locations for a maximum of two days during the 2018 and 2019 Margaret River Pro event.

    Background and key points relating to the proposal are provided below.

    Advertising of this application has been extended and the new closing date is Friday 12 January 2018.

    • The Shire has issued a 5 year approval in 2014 for Surfers Point and the Box to host the annual WSL Drug Aware Margaret River Pro surfing event
    • The 2018 and 2019 event is scheduled to run between 10 April and 22 April
    • It is proposed that if Boat Ramps and North Point are used for the 2018 and 2019 events, it will be for a maximum of 2 days
    • Event infrastructure will be set-up in and around the car park at the Gracetown boat ramp
    • A scaffolding deck will be set-up along the beach at Gnarabup
    • Public access will be managed to the car park and the contest venue for Boat Ramps
    • Public access will be restricted to at the contest venue at North Point whereby event patrons will be limited to the northern section Town Beach and the Town Beach car park. No public access will be permitted on the North Point headland or car parks
    • A series of Management Plans dealing with fire management, risk management and access/parking have also been submitted with the application.

    Details of the above proposal can be viewed here or in the document library on the right hand side of this page.

    Please have your say by completing the online form below. For further information on the application, please contact the Planning Development team on 9780 5255 or spdplanning@amrshire.wa.gov.au

    View the project page: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/margaret-river-pro

  • Access & Inclusion Plan

    over 1 year ago

    The Shire of Augusta Margaret River's Draft Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) has been developed and we are now calling on community members for comments and feedback.

    Through the review and consultation period we have now expanded the Plan to acknowledge that many groups may also experience barriers to access and inclusion, such as people with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD), Aboriginal people, Seniors, people experiencing financial hardships and others.

    The Shire welcomes feedback from all these groups on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan. The Access and Inclusion Plan aims to ensure that Shire services, buildings and...

    The Shire of Augusta Margaret River's Draft Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) has been developed and we are now calling on community members for comments and feedback.

    Through the review and consultation period we have now expanded the Plan to acknowledge that many groups may also experience barriers to access and inclusion, such as people with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD), Aboriginal people, Seniors, people experiencing financial hardships and others.

    The Shire welcomes feedback from all these groups on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan. The Access and Inclusion Plan aims to ensure that Shire services, buildings and faciltiies are accessible and inclusive to all in our community.

    Please find the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2018 - 22 under Document Library on the right hand side of this page and the Feedback Form below.

    The Draft AIP is available for public comment until Sunday 28 January 2018.

    View the Your Say page: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/access-and-inclusion-plan

  • Cycling in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Region

    over 1 year ago

    The Department of Transport has partnered with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the City of Busselton to produce the draft Leeuwin-Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy(External link).

    We would like to invite you to have your say on the draft strategy by taking part in the survey below, before Sunday 8 April.

    More about the strategy

    The strategy seeks to create a blueprint for connecting and extending cycling infrastructure in the region to enhance recreational cycling experiences for residents and show case some of the area’s best natural assets to visitors and tourists.

    It is a long-term vision to...

    The Department of Transport has partnered with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the City of Busselton to produce the draft Leeuwin-Naturaliste 2050 Cycling Strategy(External link).

    We would like to invite you to have your say on the draft strategy by taking part in the survey below, before Sunday 8 April.

    More about the strategy

    The strategy seeks to create a blueprint for connecting and extending cycling infrastructure in the region to enhance recreational cycling experiences for residents and show case some of the area’s best natural assets to visitors and tourists.

    It is a long-term vision to realise the sub-regions cycling potential, and seeks to create a blueprint for connecting, enhancing and extending the region's cycling infrastructure through the development of an interconnected network of off-road shared path and trails, on road bike lanes and residential streets.

    For more information contact: cycling@transport.wa.gov.au

    View the project page here: www.yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/2050-cycling-strategy
  • Your 2036 - Major review of the Community Strategic Plan

    over 1 year ago

    Developing the community vision for 2036 has extended over a twelve-month period, to include a Community Reference Group who conducted a major review of the Shire's Community Strategic Plan (CSP) through six key sessions over 2016-17.

    The communities vision for the next 20 years is to adapt to changing climate, environment and social dynamics and celebrate a sense of place for our local Indigenous culture and our multicultural and creative
    community.

    Here you can check out the Community Strategic Plan 2036, read the community engagement summary report and watch the journey(External link) of the community group who conducted the...

    Developing the community vision for 2036 has extended over a twelve-month period, to include a Community Reference Group who conducted a major review of the Shire's Community Strategic Plan (CSP) through six key sessions over 2016-17.

    The communities vision for the next 20 years is to adapt to changing climate, environment and social dynamics and celebrate a sense of place for our local Indigenous culture and our multicultural and creative
    community.

    Here you can check out the Community Strategic Plan 2036, read the community engagement summary report and watch the journey(External link) of the community group who conducted the review.

    Read more here: https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/your-vision-2036
  • Mobile Food Businesses Policy

    over 1 year ago

    This policy was reviewed again over 2017-18, and released for community feedback over September and October 2017. The feedback was analysed and presented to Council on 8 November 2017 (OM2017/265).

    View the Your Say page here: http://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/draft-mobile-food-businesses-policy

    This policy was reviewed again over 2017-18, and released for community feedback over September and October 2017. The feedback was analysed and presented to Council on 8 November 2017 (OM2017/265).

    View the Your Say page here: http://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/draft-mobile-food-businesses-policy