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Keynote Address for the OnBoardWA Launch
Marion Fulker, CEO, delivered the keynote address on Filling the Pool at the OnBoardWA Launch on 20 September 2017. OnBoard is a State Government initiative to support the nomination of women on to Western Australian Government Boards.
Speech
PDF | 645.79 KB
September 2017
FACTBase
Factsheet 11 - Key Facts About Perth & Western Australia
The eleventh FACTSheet in the series, provides all the latest facts and figures about Perth and Western Australia's growth and development.
FACTSheet
PDF | 569.52 KB
September 2017
FACTBase
Factsheet 11 Infographics
View a short snapshot on key facts and figures.
FACTSheet
PDF | 188.19 KB
September 2017
Membership
Membership Brochure
Learn more about the Committee for Perth
Document
PDF | 2.73 MB
August 2017
Transformational Projects
Perth City Summit Ideas - Advocacy And Research Positions
The Perth City Summit was convened by John Carey MLA, the Member for Perth. It was held on 19 August 2017 with 350 attendees and was the final community consultation in a process commenced earlier in the year. At the Summit 35 recommendations were reviewed, tested and prioritised. This document is an analysis of Committee for Perth’s research and advocacy positions against a number of the recommendations.
Document
PDF | 351.76 KB
August 2017
Perth @ 3.5 Million People
Our visions for Perth in 2029
Marion Fulker, CEO, with five other West Australians shared their visions, hopes and aspirations for the city.
Opinion Piece
PDF | 365 KB
August 2017
Perth @ 3.5 Million People
Submission, Property Council of Australia Report - Big and Small Ideas for Perth
In January 2017 the Property Council of Australia released ‘Big and Small Ideas for Perth’. This document provides an analysis of Committee for Perth’s research and advocacy positions against the recommendations of the PCA report.
Submission
PDF | 306.98 KB
August 2017
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
FACTBase Bulletin 55 - Sizing Tourism in Western Australia
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom project. It aims to ‘size’ and spatially examine the tourism sector in Western Australia and the Perth and Peel region to quantify the contribution of tourism to the state and regional economy; to compare the contribution of tourism in WA to other Australian states and territories and to identify opportunities for economic growth.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.33 MB
August 2017
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
WA's post-boom tourism sector faces challenges
Attracting a more diverse range of tourists, increasing the number of people visiting regional Western Australia, developing a short-stay visitor market and creating more sophisticated marketing campaigns are just some of the challenges facing the local tourism sector so that it can continue to grow. The latest FACTBase Bulletin released by the Committee for Perth, as part of its Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom research project, has found that in some segments tourism is underperforming but as a sector it has the capacity to create new jobs and drive economic expansion in coming decades.
Media Release
PDF | 473.07 KB
August 2017
Ageing
Economic Benefits of WA's Ageing Population
With Western Australia’s ageing demographic and the financial benefits it will bring to the economy, the Committee for Perth is pleased to welcome a consortium from the aged care sector as a major funding partner of the Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom project. The consortium has formed the Aged Care Partnership and is comprised of Amana Living, Brightwater Care Group, Baptistcare, Juniper, MercyCare, Royal Australian Air Force Association (WA division) and Silver Chain.
Media Release
PDF | 474.73 KB
July 2017