Youth advisory panel members collaborate in a workshop.

A key objective of the Greater Cities Commission is to engage with our stakeholders to collaboratively build a globally leading multi-city region with better jobs, housing, education, health, environment and lifestyle opportunities.

We aim to deliver transparent, open and genuine two-way dialogue from people with a vast range of backgrounds, lived experience and interests. This includes individuals, community groups and service providers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, peak bodies, businesses, local government, and state and Commonwealth government agencies.

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An Aboriginal man and woman collaborate at a computer.

Learn how First Nations peoples’ cultures and lived experience inform our work, including through the First Nations Advisory Panel.

First Nations woman reads at Wollongong rockpool

Creating better jobs, housing, education, health and lifestyle opportunities for everyone.

Two women and an assistance dog enjoy the sunshine inWollongong

Our Community Participation Plan explains how the community can participate in planning processes.

Youth Advisory Panel discussion during induction.

Ensuring young people have a voice and shape the future of our Six Cities Region.

Group discussion

Peak groups discuss key social, economic and environmental planning priorities as our strategic plans are put into action.