Welcome to Gungahlin Community Council

The Gungahlin Community Council (GCC) is a voluntary, not for profit, community-based association operating in the Gungahlin district of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. Our objective is to preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being of Gungahlin and the Gungahlin community.

Latest News

  • UPDATE: Gungahlin 50m Pool Closure
    UPDATE: Gungahlin 50m Pool Closure
    Background The is an update regarding the Gungahlin 50m Pool Closure. Further updates and Q&A at the GCC Public Meeting on 10 March. The Minister for Sport and Recreation, Yvette Berry, extended an invitation to the GCC executive to undertake a tour of the Gungahlin Pool on Thursday 4 March,...
  • Gungahlin Town Centre Development Subject of ACT Assembly Motion
    Gungahlin Town Centre Development Subject of ACT Assembly Motion
    This motion is an important acknowledgement of the concerns that Gungahlin residents have been raising for many years, and the GCC thanks Suzanne Orr MLA for this initiative. The GCC is greatly encouraged by the fact that the motion was supported by both Greens and Liberal (opposition) Yerrabi MLA’s. It...

Important – we are not a local government

The main contact for state and local government matters is the ACT Government through Access Canberra phone 13 22 81 or www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au.

 If you have enquiries relating to government issues, we may be able to help you.



This list will be a living document, regularly updated as issues are progressed, and as new issues arise. It formed the basis of commitments to the Gungahlin area sought from candidates for the 2012 ACT Legislative Assembly elections and will provide a template for commitments from those members elected to the current ACT Legislative Assembly. View current issues list


Please use our contact form to let us know about any local issues in your neighbourhood.

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Welcome 11 February 2017