Communications Strategy 2021

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Have your say about the way we communicate with the local community and media outlets.

Like other local government authorities around Australia, rapidly evolving technology is transforming the way in which Council communicates with our community.

These changes bring both opportunities and risks.

Our draft Communications Strategy is currently on exhibition showing how our numerous forms of communication link together to achieve specific objectives.

It identifies actions to improve consistency and ensure we’re communicating and sharing information of priority to our Shire’s diverse audience groups.

The aim of this draft Communications Strategy is to ensure Council has proactive, deliberate and sustained communications and to ensure our messages are consistent, accurate and relevant.


Did we get it right?

Have your say on the draft Strategy by 4.30pm Wednesday 31 March 2021.


Have your say about the way we communicate with the local community and media outlets.

Like other local government authorities around Australia, rapidly evolving technology is transforming the way in which Council communicates with our community.

These changes bring both opportunities and risks.

Our draft Communications Strategy is currently on exhibition showing how our numerous forms of communication link together to achieve specific objectives.

It identifies actions to improve consistency and ensure we’re communicating and sharing information of priority to our Shire’s diverse audience groups.

The aim of this draft Communications Strategy is to ensure Council has proactive, deliberate and sustained communications and to ensure our messages are consistent, accurate and relevant.


Did we get it right?

Have your say on the draft Strategy by 4.30pm Wednesday 31 March 2021.

  • CLOSED: This opportunity to make a submission has concluded.


    Please review the Draft Communications Strategy and associated report (in the Document Library), then provide your feedback below by 4.30pm Wednesday 31 March 2021.

    All submissions will be considered by Council prior to the adoption of a final strategy.

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