Community Consultative Committee
The Centennial Parklands Community Consultative Committee (CCC) is an advisory body whose role is to represent a broad range of community interests to the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust.
It is instrumental in providing a forum for communication, input and relationship building between the Trust and the Parklands' many constituencies.
The role of the CCC is outlined in the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Act 1983 with its terms of reference and functions outlined in detail in the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Regulation 2014.
The CCC is made up of people who are regular users of the Parklands and who wish to be actively involved in its preservation, effective utilisation and ongoing improvement. Remote users are also represented on the CCC, reflecting the Parklands' status as an important Sydney, regional and national landmark. Members have a variety of backgrounds including local government, environment, sport, special education and business.
Members are all volunteers and receive no payment.
Members of the community and park visitors are encouraged to contact the CCC about any issues they would like to raise about the Parklands and its policies.Vacancies typically arise each year, with a recruitment notification posted on this website, in our eNewsletters, on our social media channels and through advertising in local print media.
For more information on the CCC, please refer to the menu to the right. Alternately, you can contact the CCC here.