Annual Reports

The year ending 30th June 2016 has been one of listening and responding. Parklands has expanded the ways in which it hears and seeks to understand the community it serves. As a result, it has prioritised and explored new ways to engage with our community and business partners.

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The year ending 30th June 2015 was one of abundance. By this we mean the diversity of partner organisations and individuals with whom Parklands Albury Wodonga worked and the volume of collective outputs and outcomes.

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The year ending June 2014 was one of celebrating innovation. These celebrations ranged from informal gatherings to prestigious Awards gala dinners in Melbourne and Albury.

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Our "Inclusivity Policy" - a year of listening... The year ending 30th June 2013 was focused on inclusivity. Parklands Albury Wodonga actively engaged a diverse cross section of the community and stakeholders in all aspects of planning, implementation and review. New partnerships were initiated to specifically include more marginalised and isolated community members and groups.

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The year ending 30th June 2012 was focused on sustainability, which we see as the important process of building inclusive and resilient communities.

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The breaking of the ten year drought...meant that the year ending 30th June 2011 was one of significant growth in plants, projects and workloads.

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Parklands continued to achieve significant outcomes, through our continued focus on “lots of people all doing a little”…. Parklands Albury Wodonga seeks to provide leadership and continue to make a real difference through a “partnership culture”, where partnerships are integral to how work gets accomplished and community connections are made.

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A year of looking forward… The past year has been has been a year of moving on as we literally moved our offices and strategically, as we worked to secure a more diversified role as land and recreation managers working with the regional community.

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A year of creativity… as a reduced number of staff have worked alongside our regional community to manage more land than ever before, with the most diversified sources of funding in our 12 year history.

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A regional parkland system compared to a localised system... Parklands are predominantly about managing bush parks on a regional level and the benefits of a regional parkland system as compared to a localised system has many advantages.

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