With the Federal Election to be held on 18 May 2019, G21 has once again developed an election commitment tally sheet against G21's priority projects for the region.

Click HERE to go to the latest version of the tally sheet.


More detail about G21's priority projects for the region can be found by clicking HERE.

Recent funding announcements and election commitments across the G21 region are extremely welcome and appreciated, however there are other worthy projects needing support.

Last month’s $355 million federal-state government City Deal to fund projects across Geelong and the Great Ocean Road was history-making.

The City Deal was a once-in-a-lifetime stimulus opportunity for the regional economy, with jobs and other benefits in the medium and longer-term.

Next month’s federal election follows hot-on-the-heels of last November’s state election, meaning many of us are in a state of ‘election fatigue’.

Nevertheless, it is during the lead-up to an election that politicians listen most keenly to their electorates.

That’s why we at G21 will continue to take every opportunity through to election day to remind our elected parliamentarians, and would-be parliamentarians, of the region’s priorities.

When you’re 45 but your heart age is 50 . . .

Health and Wellbeing Pillar
When you’re 45 but your heart age is 50… you face an increased risk of having a heart attack or a stroke, the Heart Foundation has warned as it launches its new Heart Age Calculator.

Geelong gets faster mental health support

Health service trial gives G21 region people living with acute mental health issues faster access to the treatment they need.

The Need

As Colac Otway Shire Council plans for sustainable future growth, there is a need to develop policy that supports diverse housing and accommodation options in Colac close to services and amenities.

The Colac Civic, Health and Railway Precinct Plan will guide land use and manage development in the civic area, creating a co-ordinated link between the: