Orana Joint Organisation

What is a Joint Organisation                             

All you need to know about Joint Organisations - Information for State Agencies

Joint Organisations are new local government entities with legal powers establisehed by proclomation designed to bring regional and rural councils together for better regional outcomes.

The NSW Government has neen working with the local government sector for over five years to develop the joint organisation framework and establish them under the Local Government Act 1993.

Joint Organisations align with the state's planning regions.

2019-2020 Orana JOINT ORGANISATION ANNUAL PERFORMANCE STATEMENT 

 

 As part of the Orana Joint Organisation's reporting of activities the 2019-2020 Annual Performance Statement is presented with the 4 key priorities as identifed in the Orana JO Statement of Regional Strategic Priorities. 

         These are:

• A Connected Region
• A Vibrant Region
• An Environmentally Sustainable Region
• A Collaborative and Cooperative Joint Organisation

 
 

2019-2019 Orana JOINT ORGANISATION ANNUAL PERFORMANCE STATEMENT 

 

 As part of the Orana Joint Organisation's reporting of activities the 2018-2019 Annual Performance Statement is presented with the 4 key priorities as identifed in the Orana JO Statement of Regional Strategic Priorities. 

         These are:

• A Connected Region
• A Vibrant Region
• An Environmentally Sustainable Region
• A Collaborative and Cooperative Joint Organisation

 
 

CENTRAL WEST ORANA REGIONAL PLAN

 

 The Central West and Orana Regional Plan 2036 is a 20-year blueprint for the future of the Central West and Orana region. 

Our vision is to create a leading diverse regional economy in NSW, with a vibrant network of centres leveraging the opportunities of being at the heart of NSW. We will deliver our vision through four goals:

  • The most diverse regional economy in NSW
  • A stronger, healthier environment and diverse heritage
  • Quality freight, transport and infrastructure networks
  • Dynamic, vibrant and healthy communities. 
 

 DESTINATION COUNTRY AND OUTBACK NSW - Tourism

The Destination Networks Country and Outback NSW Management Plan exist to guide industry on priorities strategies and required actions that will drive the growth of the visitor economy at a regional level.

The plan provides the foundations on which future local plans can be built and updated to provide a common vision.

This document is an adaptable plan that will be reviewed annually by DNCO in consultation with Destination NSW and industry stakeholders. 


  

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