Help shape our vision for Ginninderra

August 3rd, 2016

We are excited to be working with the community to create something unique at Ginninderra. With this in mind, we invite you to attend one of our upcoming drop-in sessions in August.

Our engagement with community groups, nearby residents and industry associations began in September 2015.

Our first round of engagement included three drop-in sessions at Gold Creek, Evatt and Charnwood and involved more than 220 people. The aim of this consultation was to ensure in particular that residents in suburbs adjacent to the site had an early opportunity to be aware of, and comment on, the proposal to change the use of the site.

Community engagement was strong and constructive, and covered a wide range of areas including housing, environment, traffic and community facilities, as documented in the Phase 1 Consultation Report.

This was only the beginning. Now we aim to involve more people and groups in the discussion about how we can design and work together for a liveable, sustainable and resilient urban area.

To continue our conversation, we will be holding further neighbourhood drop-in sessions in Evatt and Gold Creek later this month to provide community members with an opportunity to receive an update on the project and to ask any questions about plans for the site.

Session 1 – Evatt
Date: Thursday 25 August 2016
Time: 3:00pm to 6:30pm
Venue: Evatt Scout Hall
Address: Heydon Crescent, Evatt

Session 2 – Gold Creek (Nicholls)
Date: Saturday 27 August 2016
Time: 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Venue: The Abbey
Address: Gold Creek Village, Nicholls

There will also be the chance to provide general feedback about the project or particular issues identified.

If you can’t attend either session, but still want to provide feedback, please complete the online feedback form.

Many people have already taken the time to speak to us and provide their comments on the future of Ginninderra. Thank you for your valuable contribution.


  1. It all seems ONE WAY only.
    No answers to questions posted here & no posts shared.
    It hardly makes me feel I’m part of the conversation.

    1. Hi Dave,

      If you would like to provide feedback or ask questions, please complete the online enquiry contact form and we will respond as soon as possible.

      The Ginninderra Project Team

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