On Public Exhibition

If we have any community participation activities underway, such as our draft budgets or major strategies and plans, you can find out more via our online engagement platform Your Say Murray River.


Many of our draft plans and policies are placed on public exhibition for 28 days allowing time for community feedback before they are put to Council for final adoption.

Some Development Applications are also placed on public exhibition where required.

Feedback should be submitted in writing before the closing date using one of the following methods:

mail addressed to - General Manager [Name of Document on Exhibition]
email atten: General Manager [Name of Document on Exhibition] in the subject field

Your submission is subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act (PIPPA) and may be attached to the final document, in its entirety or in part, put to Council for adoption unless explicitly requested by the person making the submission that they do not wish this to occur.

Should you have any questions regarding drafts on public exhibition please contact us and speak with our Customer Service Team

Development Application Number 10.2021.146.1 Proposed Activity Additional Use - Health Consulting Rooms (Use of part of existing dwelling as health consulting rooms and associated works) Property 21 Martin Street MOAMA…

Development Application Number 10.2021.87.1 Proposed Activity Twelve (12) Lot Torrens Title Subdivision, demolition of existing structures, vegetation removal, road construction and associated civil work Property 66 Merool Road MOAMA, 23-24…

Development Application Number 10.2021.128.1 Proposed Activity Mooring on the Murray River Property 373 Felton Drive Murray Downs (Adjoining Lot 4 DP 785833) Applicant James Golsworthy Consulting P/L Consent Authority Murray…

Public Hearing Report available! On Monday 10 May 2021, we received a copy of the Public Hearing Report produced by the independent facilitator of the Public Hearing for the Lawry…