The Gungahlin Community Council (GCC) is a voluntary, not for profit, community-based association operating in the Gungahlin district of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. This area covers the north-northwest of the ACT between the ACT/NSW border, the Barton Highway to the south, and the Federal Highway to the east, including the village of Hall. Our objective is to preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being of Gungahlin and the Gungahlin community. Note: GCC is not a local government. If you have enquiries relating to government issues, we may be able to help you. However, the main contact for ACT Government enquiries is Canberra Connect phone 13 22 81 or at canberraconnect.act.gov.au.
Our Monthly Meetings
The next GCC meeting will be held on Wednesday 13th August 2014 - 7:30 - 9.00pm at the Gungahlin Library
Public Meeting Wednesday 13 August 2014
1. Update on Roads and Transport - Learn about progress on the various Roads projects around Gungahlin. There will also be an update on transport issues.
2. Gungahlin Region Survey
3. General Business
Next Meeting - 10th September (including the Annual General Meeting at which a new Committee will be elected.)
This list will be a living document, regularly updated as issues are progressed, and as new issues arise. It formed the basis of commitments to the Gungahlin area sought from candidates for the 2012 ACT Legislative Assembly elections and will provide a template for commitments from those members elected to the current ACT Legislative Assembly. View current issues list
Got a local issue we should know about?
Please use our contact form to let us know about any local issues in your neighbourhood.
What we do
The objective of the Gungahlin Community Council is:
To preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental well being of Gungahlin and the Gungahlin Community.
To achieve this objective the Council undertakes to:
Provide a local forum in a non-political environment for Gungahlin residents & businesses can express their aspirations, concerns and suggestions.
Provide a strong local voice.
Address matters of local concern.
Ensure that legislators and officials are informed of community needs and expectations.
Foster a community identity.
Communicate issues locally and regionally.
Initiate, support or undertake any appropriate action advantageous for the community.
Continue to represent for all facilities and services expected by the community.
Seek to maintain and improve the quality of life in Gungahlin.
Provide a deterrent against party politics impeding or overriding community wishes.