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Googong planning progresses

Tuesday, 21 June, 2011

The Australian Government has recently approved the Googong township and its Integrated Water Cycle system under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (the EPBC Act). More

Roadworks commence

Friday, 10 June, 2011

Last month work commenced on the $11.75 million extension of the Edwin Land Parkway from Jerrabomberra to Old Cooma Road. More

CIC responds to Googong groundwater issue

Tuesday, 8 February, 2011

Today's Canberra Times report relating to groundwater at Googong highlights an important area for CIC Australia and one that we and our team of technical experts has been working on for more than six years. More

Anglican primary school confirmed for Googong

Monday, 7 February, 2011

A new accessible, co-educational, low fee and open entry primary school has been confirmed for Googong and will be built by the Anglican Church in time for the 2015 school year. More

Googong's Integrated Water Cycle Project concludes exhibition phase

Monday, 20 December, 2010

Googong's innovative Integrated Water Cycle (IWC) project has concluded its public exhibition period and is now on its way to the NSW Department of Planning for further evaluation and refinement in conjunction with CIC Australia. A determination is expected from the Department in the second quarter of 2011. More

Next in line for growth

Wednesday, 1 December, 2010

The December issue of Australian Property Investor identifies the greater Queanbeyan/Googong area as being on the cusp of a population boom, suggesting earlier purchasers at Googong could benefit from the associated demand for housing over the coming years. More

Major Googong planning milestone achieved

Friday, 1 October, 2010

Planning for the new township of Googong is progressing to schedule with a key milestone—the township's Development Control Plan—approved by Queanbeyan City Council last night. More

September and October Long Weekend Hours

The Googong Sales and Information centre is open 7 days, including over the September and October long weekends. Our display village has some closures. Click through for further details. More

Recognising Googonians

Recognising Googonians

Googonians can be readily identified by the spring in their step, the smile on their face and the faint scent of the great outdoors in their hair. (Be advised: It’s best to avoid sniffing a stranger’s hair in an attempt to identify them as Googonian.)