Dwellingup Futures

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Dwellingup is experiencing a period of change and growth in a variety of industries particularly mining, construction, agriculture, forestry, recreation and tourism.

Road map overview:

A road map to guide Dwellingup’s growth and establish a sustainable future for the town, is being developed through multi-stakeholder collaboration.

Through the development of the road map:

  • A vision will be created and strategic intent defined for the locality
  • New and existing opportunities for industry and jobs will be identified as will methods of co-existence between different sectors, industries and land uses for the betterment of the town, region and state
  • A supportive evidence base will be provided through indicative investment costings and cost benefit analyses

Who's involved?

A Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) has been formed. The group comprises representation from a number of state agencies, Alcoa of Australia, Dwellingup Community Compact and the Dwellingup Protection Group. The group will determine how different industries, particularly mining, recreation, forestry and tourism can sustainably co-exist into the future and remain economically viable and compatible, especially considering projected growth in the tourism and recreation sectors.

A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is supporting the SWG to ensure consideration of the state planning context and limitations.

The project is being delivered through a partnership between Peel Development Commission and the Shire of Murray.

The Consultant will brief the TAC on a monthly basis and present the Final Road Map to the SWG. It is anticipated that the project will be concluded within a nine-month period, with the final report considered by the Minister for Regional Development.

How can I get involved?

  • Subscribe to keep up-to-date with project updates and find out when consultation on the draft Road Map commences
  • Ask a question


Dwellingup is experiencing a period of change and growth in a variety of industries particularly mining, construction, agriculture, forestry, recreation and tourism.

Road map overview:

A road map to guide Dwellingup’s growth and establish a sustainable future for the town, is being developed through multi-stakeholder collaboration.

Through the development of the road map:

  • A vision will be created and strategic intent defined for the locality
  • New and existing opportunities for industry and jobs will be identified as will methods of co-existence between different sectors, industries and land uses for the betterment of the town, region and state
  • A supportive evidence base will be provided through indicative investment costings and cost benefit analyses

Who's involved?

A Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) has been formed. The group comprises representation from a number of state agencies, Alcoa of Australia, Dwellingup Community Compact and the Dwellingup Protection Group. The group will determine how different industries, particularly mining, recreation, forestry and tourism can sustainably co-exist into the future and remain economically viable and compatible, especially considering projected growth in the tourism and recreation sectors.

A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is supporting the SWG to ensure consideration of the state planning context and limitations.

The project is being delivered through a partnership between Peel Development Commission and the Shire of Murray.

The Consultant will brief the TAC on a monthly basis and present the Final Road Map to the SWG. It is anticipated that the project will be concluded within a nine-month period, with the final report considered by the Minister for Regional Development.

How can I get involved?

  • Subscribe to keep up-to-date with project updates and find out when consultation on the draft Road Map commences
  • Ask a question

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