Council launches ‘MacleayLink’ community information hub

Media release - 1 November 2018

Council and community groups are always seeking to share and access relevant community-based information. To address the need for effective information sharing Council has developed an on-line information hub called ‘MacleayLink’.

MacleayLink is an online communication tool that will allow local community based organisations including non-government services, arts and cultural groups, interagencies and networks, Chambers of Commerce, schools, businesses, sporting groups, Council, library and government-funded services to share and access information.

Council’s Coordinator Communications and Community, Maya Spannari, said that Council receives large amounts of information that is relevant to the community through State and Federal Government, and through local community-based services.

“The intent of MacleayLink is to improve community access to this information, and to help to keep the community connected on locally relevant information such as grants and funding opportunities, scholarships and awards, competitions, workshops, training opportunities, partnerships opportunities, community services and more.”

‘MacleayLink’ brings community information into one easy, free to use space that is readily available. We encourage community organisations to share their information on the site through an online submission form and the more that is shared, the better.

Community groups, services and organisations can now submit information to the site and we are encouraging everyone to have a look at what information is available. You can also register to receive weekly bulletins on what is new to ‘MacleayLink’.

To submit information, or to see ‘MacleayLink’ go to 

For more information about this project please contact Maya Spannari on 6566 3200 or send an email to

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