NGAA has made a 2019-20 Budget Submission to the Federal Government, focussing on five building blocks for good growth.
Reform and Rebalance
People and Place-based Investment
Accelerate Economic Transition
Innovate: funding, financing and governance mechanisms
The full submission is available on the Advocacy page of the NGAA website.
NGAA is recruiting a National Communications Coordinator.
Please read on if you are energised by political engagement and advocacy, experienced in developing and implementing communication and social media strategies and can find compelling ways to communicate the opportunities and challenges of Australia’s growth areas. Experience living or working in growth areas very welcome. Remote or office working options available.Read more
Officers from NGAA Member councils are invited to express their interest in joining our Policy Advisory Committees.Read more
Thanks to all Mayors, Councillors, Adminstrators and officers who joined us for lunch during the ALGA NGA.,
Click through for photos and the Chair's speech.Read more
NGAA is pleased to share that our CEO Bronwen Clark has been appointed to the Urban Policy Forum by The Hon. Catherine King MP, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government. Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp will be the only other local government representative.Read more