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Heritage, Infrastructure and Planning

Heritage, Infrastructure and Planning (HIP), represents MICDA membership in advocacy/representations to the three levels of government (local, state and federal) on heritage, infrastructure and planning issues arising, to influence consistent and coordinated management of this World Heritage location, and to conserve and protect these outstanding natural, cultural and social values of the Island.


Tania Thoreau


In this work HIP draws on the wide-ranging expertise of association members, including such areas as:
  • Marine
  • Science
  • Landscape ecology
  • Fauna and flora of Magnetic island
  • Cultural heritage
  • Sustainable/strategic/environmental planning
  • Tourism
  • Law
  • Engineering
  • Project management
  • Change management
HIP aims to act in the interests of the wider island community.
If you would like to join this Working Group or you would like more information contact Tania Thoreau.
HIP are also an advisor on the Yunbenun Sustainable Planning Group Magnetic Island (YSPG).
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