Advisory committees

We have several advisory committees to help us continue to evolve and meet the changing demands of the community.

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The Regional Access & Disability Advisory Committee provides the community with a clear avenue into Council on access and disability issues and provides Council with guidance and assistance on the functions and responsibilities listed below. Committee functions The Regional Access and Disability Advisory Committee has been created in order to: represent the interests of people with access issues (including physical, social and cultural) to Council and the broader community. provide inp ...
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Functions The main functions of the Regional Youth Advisory Committee is to provide advice and recommendations to Council on: the local youth sector. interests of young people and the sector that supports them, at a local (Council and the broader community) state and federal level. best practice models in the youth sector throughout the Toowoomba Regional Council area. emerging opportunities and issues relative to the trends and needs of young people in the region. the development ...
The  Events and Tourism Advisory Committee provides high level strategic direction, product development and community engagement advice to Council relating to tourism & event policy matters. This is to ensure that Toowoomba Region Events, such as the Carnival of Flowers, continue to evolve in response to changing times and demands, and to develop tourism product and marketing strategies to promote and enhance our region as a desirable destination. The Advisory Committee ...
RAPTAC was established in 2013 and meets 4 times per year.  The committee consists of 11 members comprising of 3 Councillors and eight members from community organisations. The main functions of the Regional Active and Public Transport Advisory Committee are to: Represent the interests of people with active and public transport issues to Council and the broader community. Provide input to Council on development issues and Council projects. Provide a consumer perspective into Council's ...
As part of its commitment to supporting the conservation of the region, we have established a Heritage Advisory Committee (HAC). Since the original group's formation in December 1994, the committee has provided us with a community voice for the conservation of our built environment, parks and avenues. The committee's existence was created from a concern that future development not diminish the character or heritage of the Toowoomba Regional Council area – ...
Spring Bluff Railway Station is a heritage listed site located on the main railway line between Ipswich and Toowoomba. Its significance stems from 140 years of railway history and the attraction of its beautiful landscaped gardens. In 1996, the Spring Bluff Railway Station Trust Management Committee was formalised with the responsibility of preserving and developing the Spring Bluff Railway Station and its historic garden.  Committee goals for 2017 The committee aims to continue ...
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