Your Say Yankalilla


Your Say Yankalilla is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on all sorts of Council projects and activities. To participate, simply REGISTER, then go to the initiatives that tweak your interest and start engaging! Your feedback will ultimately inform and influence the decisions made by Council.

Your Say Yankalilla provides online tools that contribute to the overall consultation program for each initiative. If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Council's Main Office, The Yankalilla Youth and Community Centre and the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre.

Once you're registered we'll keep you up to date with Council news via our Enewsletter. We hope you enjoy engaging with us through this site and take this opportunity to help shape the District's future.



Your Say Yankalilla is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on all sorts of Council projects and activities. To participate, simply REGISTER, then go to the initiatives that tweak your interest and start engaging! Your feedback will ultimately inform and influence the decisions made by Council.

Your Say Yankalilla provides online tools that contribute to the overall consultation program for each initiative. If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Council's Main Office, The Yankalilla Youth and Community Centre and the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre.

Once you're registered we'll keep you up to date with Council news via our Enewsletter. We hope you enjoy engaging with us through this site and take this opportunity to help shape the District's future.


  • Your Ideas for our Community

    22 days ago
    Community development pic

    The District Council of Yankalilla is writing a Community Development Action Plan that will guide projects and actions for the next 3 to 5 years.

    This project provides Council the opportunity of harnessing creative ideas, thoughts and aspirations so that we can plan, prepare and budget for future community development focus, actions and programs.

    Council plays an important role in building strong and vibrant communities. This Action Plan will act as a purposeful and collaborative partnership between Council and the community and its results would also inform the next version of Council’s Strategic Plan.

    What ideas do you have for... Continue reading

    The District Council of Yankalilla is writing a Community Development Action Plan that will guide projects and actions for the next 3 to 5 years.

    This project provides Council the opportunity of harnessing creative ideas, thoughts and aspirations so that we can plan, prepare and budget for future community development focus, actions and programs.

    Council plays an important role in building strong and vibrant communities. This Action Plan will act as a purposeful and collaborative partnership between Council and the community and its results would also inform the next version of Council’s Strategic Plan.

    What ideas do you have for our community services?

    How can we enrich our community? What should Council focus on?

    We would love to hear your views and ideas.


  • Feedback on when domestic cats are wandering at large

    22 days ago
    Cat wandering again

    This consultation is with regards to the how the the proposed new Cats By-law* is managed and the controls (rules) which must be followed by domestic cats owners with regards to how cats roam around the District.

    We are currently seeking your feedback on when a cat is "wandering at large".

    What does wandering at large mean? - this is when a cat is not under effective control by means of a physical restraintand is in a public or private place without the consent of the occupier.

    What does effective control by means of a physical restraint mean? - within... Continue reading

    This consultation is with regards to the how the the proposed new Cats By-law* is managed and the controls (rules) which must be followed by domestic cats owners with regards to how cats roam around the District.

    We are currently seeking your feedback on when a cat is "wandering at large".

    What does wandering at large mean? - this is when a cat is not under effective control by means of a physical restraintand is in a public or private place without the consent of the occupier.

    What does effective control by means of a physical restraint mean? - within a cage or vehicle, on a chain/cord or leash that does not exceed 2 metres in length effectively being held by a person or tethered to a fixed object


    * - consultation on the proposed Cat By-law will take place later this year.

  • Mobile Food Vendor Locations

    24 days ago
    Mobile food truckweb

    Council invites your comment to balance the requirements of new mobile food vendor regulations, with the interests of existing fixed (bricks and mortar) food businesses and entrepreneurial opportunities.

    Council must develop location rules prior to the new State Government mobile food vendor regulations coming into effect. We want to hear your views on how these mandatory location rules can best be applied to our communities. Continue reading


    Council invites your comment to balance the requirements of new mobile food vendor regulations, with the interests of existing fixed (bricks and mortar) food businesses and entrepreneurial opportunities.

    Council must develop location rules prior to the new State Government mobile food vendor regulations coming into effect. We want to hear your views on how these mandatory location rules can best be applied to our communities. Continue reading


  • Yankalilla Cemetery Management Plan

    about 1 month ago

    The Yankalilla Cemetery, situated on Inman Valley Road at Yankalilla is an historic site established in 1858. Comprising just over 4 hectares, many of the District's pioneers are remembered there and the historical value of the cemetery is valued by locals and visitors alike.

    The draft Yankalilla Cemetery Management Plan sets out the physical details of the assets at the Cemetery, provides a reference to how the site has been used since its establishment and identifies how the cemetery is managed and maintained by Council.

    As the Cemetery is considered a community asset we'd like your feedback on the proposed... Continue reading

    The Yankalilla Cemetery, situated on Inman Valley Road at Yankalilla is an historic site established in 1858. Comprising just over 4 hectares, many of the District's pioneers are remembered there and the historical value of the cemetery is valued by locals and visitors alike.

    The draft Yankalilla Cemetery Management Plan sets out the physical details of the assets at the Cemetery, provides a reference to how the site has been used since its establishment and identifies how the cemetery is managed and maintained by Council.

    As the Cemetery is considered a community asset we'd like your feedback on the proposed Yankalilla Cemetery Management Plan. Please take the time to review the document and provide your feedback.

  • Locality Signs Greeting Consultation

    about 1 month ago
    Hello

    Signage at gateway locations, township entrances and localities generates a sense of belonging to place and strengthens unity and pride within local communities. For travellers, thoughtful signage installations say much about the nature and character of a place and generates a strong sense of arrival and reassurance.

    After successfully installing Gateway and Township signs at key locations over the last two years, Council, in its Annual Business Plan for 2017/18 has committed to rolling out Year 3 of this project to build on the suite of signs throughout the District.

    In Year 3 we will produce well designed and positioned... Continue reading

    Signage at gateway locations, township entrances and localities generates a sense of belonging to place and strengthens unity and pride within local communities. For travellers, thoughtful signage installations say much about the nature and character of a place and generates a strong sense of arrival and reassurance.

    After successfully installing Gateway and Township signs at key locations over the last two years, Council, in its Annual Business Plan for 2017/18 has committed to rolling out Year 3 of this project to build on the suite of signs throughout the District.

    In Year 3 we will produce well designed and positioned signage that reflect the unified vision of the developed Fleurieu Coast: Made by Nature place brand and we need your input.

  • Local Heritage - Places and Spaces

    about 2 years ago
    Ingala and normy 59

    Tell us about the special places and spaces that make Yankalilla district special to you! Is it a landscape? A historic building? A garden or public space? A beach, or a bridge, or a jetty? Do you know the story behind the place or space? Are you proud of a place that is connected with your family? This is a chance to record what is special to you.

    CLICK HERE - Council is keen to celebrate the district’s heritage with your input Take a few minutes to tell us and contribute to the stories of the Yankalilla district.


    Tell us about the special places and spaces that make Yankalilla district special to you! Is it a landscape? A historic building? A garden or public space? A beach, or a bridge, or a jetty? Do you know the story behind the place or space? Are you proud of a place that is connected with your family? This is a chance to record what is special to you.

    CLICK HERE - Council is keen to celebrate the district’s heritage with your input Take a few minutes to tell us and contribute to the stories of the Yankalilla district.