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Dja Dja Wurrung Land Use Activity Agreement contacts

You are not alone! While it is ultimately the responsibility of each local council to ensure its own compliance with the Land Use Activity Agreement (LUAA), there are people who can assist.

Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action

The Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) manages a large proportion of public land in the LUAA area.

DEECA will usually be the "decision maker" for leases, and for many kinds of licences and permits.

Contact DEECA through its online customer service page or via phone on 136 186.

Loddon Mallee region

Program Manager, Land and Built Environment – Grampians Region, or Land and Built Environment Program Officer (Native Title) – Grampians Region:

Program Manager, Land and Built Environment - Loddon Mallee Region, or Land and Built Environment Program Officer (Native Title) - Loddon Mallee Region:

Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation

The first point of contact at Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation (DJAARA) for inquiries regarding the LUAA is Program Manager – Agreements, DDWCAC:

Formal notices of LUAA activities should be addressed to:

Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation
PO Box 1026 Bendigo
VIC, 3552

Department of Premier and Cabinet

The Land Justice Unit at the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) plays a lead role in negotiating LUAAs. Although the Unit is not able to provide legal advice to local councils, for general inquiries you can contact Land Justice Unit:

Training

For the time being, refer all training-related inquiries to Local Government Victoria, Manager, Local Government Aboriginal Partnerships:

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