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Regional Repopulation Plan: For the regional WA towns of Buntine, Dalwallinu, Kalannie, Pithara and Wubin and surrounding areas

  • Year: 2013
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: Dalwallinu, WA

The Regional Repopulation Project aims to attract and retain migrant families to the Dalwallinu area and address a number of key areas including accommodation, education, and health to ensure the initiative is successful. It is a project that was developed by key community members who showed initiative to action a number of ideas to assist and support the development of the local community and economy. This plan also identifies a number of risks and opportunities involved in this project.

 The Repopulation Plan is a working document which aims to address key areas of the migrant project. As a working document, the Regional Repopulation Plan is expected to evolve and be updated as the project develops.

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