Adelaide City Council

Adelaide City Council

 <– click to view   In October of 1840, Adelaide City Council was the first local government formed within Australia. Not too long after the initial settlement of the city in 1936, a petition created by 2,000 residents solidified a collaborative commitment to establishing privileges and rights for the benefit...

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City of Wollongong

City of Wollongong

 <– click to view   The City of Wollongong prides itself on its commitment to social and economic diversity. First occupied by Europeans around 1815 – and now home to a population of about 207,000 – the city still ensures that its pre-existing Aboriginal presence is also recognised, and still...

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ARDC – Sydney MotorSport Park

ARDC – Sydney MotorSport Park

 <– click to view   For over 60 years, the Australia Racing Drivers Club (ARDC) has hosted a variety of events both local and international, and now caters to about 3,000 club members and thousands of enthusiasts at its home for the past 25 years, Sydney Motorsport Park   Before...

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Sydney Showground

Sydney Showground

 <– click to view   The Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) of NSW was first established in 1822. Since then, the RAS has branched out into commercial venues and events, the flagship being the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show, which attracts over 850,000 visitors. This and over one hundred other events...

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nib Stadium

nib Stadium

 <– click to view   Steeped in over 100 years of tradition, nib Stadium is an iconic Australian sports venue located in Perth, Western Australia. Historically known as Perth Oval, the venue was converted in the 1950’s to an AFL and cricket ground. In 2004, nib Stadium was converted to...

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GIO Stadium Canberra

GIO Stadium Canberra

 <– click to view   In 2014 Canberra Stadium partnered with GIO Insurance and the first naming rights agreement in the venue’s history began. The venue is now officially named GIO Stadium Canberra. Originally built for the 1977 Pacific Conference Games, the venue was then called Bruce Stadium. The original...

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Sydney Cricket Grounds

Sydney Cricket Grounds

 <– click to view   The future of live sports entertainment is here thanks to a $20 million technology upgrade of NSW’s favourite place to watch rugby league, union and football – Allianz Stadium. Spectators at A-League, Super Rugby and NRL matches can now order a beer from their seat...

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Sunshine Coast Council

Sunshine Coast Council

 <– click to view   The Sunshine Coast Council represents an area of 2500 hectares in Southeast Queensland, with a population of 280,000. The council was formed in 2008 from the amalgamation of the Caloundra, Maroochydore, and Noosa Councils, with Noosa eventually separating in 2014 when given the option by...

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Regional Council of Mackay

Regional Council of Mackay

 <– click to view   Mackay City Council amalgamated with the former Pioneer Shire Council in 1994. Then in 2008, the amalgamation of Mackay City Council, Sarina Shire Council and Mirani Shire Council formed Mackay Regional Council. Before diversifying and becoming a major service hub for the mining industry, Mackay...

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Wollongong City Council

Wollongong City Council

 <– click to view   The City of Wollongong was founded in 1947, gazetted as the City of Greater Wollongong, incorporating 5 local government areas. Since its establishment, the city had been dominated by its steel sector, which became the major focus of its economy until the decline of the...

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