On 22-24 November 2015, Premier Jay Weatherill and Cabinet Ministers visited the Limestone Coast region as part of the Country Cabinet program.
This was the third Country Cabinet meeting of 2015, and provided a chance for locals to attend a public forum, speak directly with ministers in one-on-one meetings, or join the online discussion.
Fund My Idea is also being run alongside Country Cabinet, and you could get up to $50,000 in funding for your project idea. Click here for more details.
Community forum and barbecue
A public forum and barbecue was held at Mount Gambier High School on Sunday 22 November. The event was open to anyone with an interest in the issues that affect the Mount Gambier, Grant, Wattle Range, Robe, Kingston and Naracoorte Lucindale council regions. Registrations have now closed.
Meet a minister
Country Cabinet also provides the chance for people to apply for one-on-one meetings with Cabinet Ministers to raise issues directly with the key decision-makers. Requests have now closed.
We asked for your experiences as a member of the Mount Gambier, Grant, Wattle Range, Robe, Kingston and Naracoorte Lucindale council region community.
- What are the unique issues facing your community?
- What challenges do you come up against?
- What do you love about living in the Limestone Coast region?
- What suggestions do you have to make the region a better place for all of the community?
Comments in the online discussion have now closed.
Comments inform a document that details all of the ideas, issues and suggestions that are collated as a part of Country Cabinet, which will then be provided to the SA Government to respond to. The Government's response to this document will be posted here on YourSAy within 90 days of Country Cabinet.
Fund My Idea
The Government is providing up to $50,000 for community-based projects in the Limestone Coast region.