RCC REPORT CARD – Topic 4/9 Quandamooka

Topic 4 of 9 Quandamooka

Topic 4 of 9 Quandamooka country

Has Redland City Council delivered on its 2010- 2015 Corporate Plan strategies?

The Redlands Community can assess the Council’s performance for each of the Corporate Plan’s nine delivery areas using report cards on the Redlands2030 website.

More information about the five year Corporate Plan and the long term Community Plan is available here

This is card 4/9  Quandamooka country

Give a mark for each Strategy and/or Community Priority you consider important.

  • BLANK       –  Leave BLANK if NOT considered IMPORTANT Strategy or Community Priority
  • High pass – Council has exceeded delivery of Strategy, strongly upheld Community Priority
  • Low pass – Council has progressed delivery of Strategy, attempted to uphold Community Priority
  • Not Sure  –  Strategy or Community Priority is considered important but UNCERTAIN if anything has been done.
  • FAIL          – Council has FAILED to deliver on Strategy, NOT upheld Community Priority

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RCC Corporate Plan Delivery 4/9 – Quandamooka Country

Desired Outcome for 2015 – The rich Aboriginal heritage of the Redlands (Quandamooka) and the Traditional Owners’ ongoing custodianship of Quandamooka land and waters will be widely understood and respected, and we will work together for the future of Quandamooka Country.

Strategies that RCC will deliver 2010-2015
4.1 Improve community understanding and promote respect for the Quandamooka peoples’ relationship with the land and waters of Redlands

4.2 Negotiate Council’s rights and interests with respect to native title land with the Traditional Owners of the land through an Indigenous Land Use Agreement

4.3 Strengthen partnerships in natural and cultural resource management with local Aboriginal organisations, in particular management of the North Stradbroke Island holiday parks

4.4 Advocate for the application of Indigenous landscape values in state planning in line with DRO7 the SEQ Regional Plan and work with the local Aboriginal community to protect sites and landscapes of significance to their heritage and wellbeing

4.5 Work with local Traditional Owners and Elders and apply creative and educational techniques to improve employees’, residents’ and visitors’ understanding of the heritage, achievements and aspirations of local Aboriginal people

4.6 Build on Council’s partnership with local Aboriginal organisations to strengthen shared planning, service delivery, advocacy and decision-making, using the Quandamooka Aboriginal Community Plan to guide our management of assets and services

4.7 Support the Quandamooka Forum in its negotiations with Queensland and Commonwealth Government

4.8 Acknowledge the living culture of local Aboriginal people by formally recognising Traditional Owners in Council ceremonies by observing cultural protocols, promoting traditional knowledge and increasing the profile of Aboriginal heritage through signage, cultural, tourism and community events

4.9 Work with Traditional Owners of North Stradbroke Island / Minjerriba to establish an Indigenous-focussed knowledge centre in Dunwich to encourage local cultural and economic development opportunities and educate the wider community

Community Priorities that RCC will uphold during 2010-2015
• Supporting Aboriginal custodians

• Strengthening reconciliation through partnership

• Sharing and educating

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