Our Partnership

The Central Highlands Regional Partnership is one of nine such Partnerships across the state, established by the Victorian Government, recognising that local communities are in the best position to understand the challenges and opportunities faced by their region.

Over the past two years, our Partnership has heard from thousands of people living and working in Central Highlands, including through two Regional Assemblies.

We've taken your voice to the heart of the Victorian Government, and we look forward to hearing from you in 2018.

2018 Regional Assembly

Our next Regional Assembly will be on Thursday 14 June in Ballarat.

This is your chance to help shape the future of our region. Come and hear what the Partnership has been doing and has achieved, and add your thoughts on our top priorities — energy (new and renewable), health, digital connectivity, agriculture, and social welfare and community (homelessness).

Register here for the 2018 Regional Assembly.

Whether you're attending the Assembly or not, we'd love to hear your thoughts on our top priorities below.


Have your say on our top priorities

Energy

What ideas do you have to stimulate economic growth and community benefit for the Central Highlands as we transition towards a zero net emissions economy utilising affordable and reliable renewable energy. What are the most important and pressing issues to consider?

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24 May, 2018

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“More free recycling places. ”

22 May, 2018

Anonymous says:

“Treasonous Incorporation destroy Australia through lies & invasions upon our once protected nation which gives us all life!!!”

Strengthening Prevention Efforts to Improve the Health of Our Communities

With a focus on healthier eating and active living, what actions can you identify that would improve health outcomes for communities across the region?

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24 May, 2018

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“More charity fun runs/events. Free exercise classes - lunchtime ones in central locations like the hospital ”

Addressing the Digital Divide

Regional Victorians are disadvantaged in terms of their access to, affordability of, and ability to use digital services. What needs to happen in your community to address the digital divide?

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Maximising Opportunities for Agriculture

What opportunities are there to improve support and services offered to our Premium Produce Enterprises across the region?

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Understanding Homelessness

Help us to develop an appropriate long term response to the challenge of homelessness in your community and our Region. Tell us how homelessness is impacting your community.

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