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The perfect platform for all your public engagement needs

Discussion Forums - Surveys - DIgital Mapping - Q&A - Public Submissions - Ideation - Stories - Guestbook - Blogs - Analytics & Reporting

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Share your story

EngagementHQ's stunning website interface allows you to share your story with stakeholders and gather community feedback via a customisable newsfeed, rich media streaming, high-quality image galleries and a newsletter function.

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Listen to your community

EngagementHQ helps you listen to community sentiment via 8 unique tools for engagement including surveys, discussion forums, quick polls, guestbooks, mapper, a Q&A section and brainstormer, our ideation tool.

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Learn from your engagement

Community participation outcomes are measured via our integrated reporting system, which provides a range of data analysis options in order to integrate findings into project planning and review.

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  • Redland City Plan

    Redland City Plan

    EngagementHQ was used by Redland City Council (in South East Queensland) to engage the community about the development of the Redland City Plan, a new land use planning strategy for the city. Continue reading

    Inner-Sydney public schools growth strategy

    Inner-Sydney public schools growth strategy

    The client New South Wales Government via the Department of Education and Communities (DEC) The issue In late 2012 the NSW Government announced the creation of the Inner City Schools Working Party to assist in the ongoing review of primary … Continue reading

    Protecting the Mount Kosciuszko National Park

    Protecting the Mount Kosciuszko National Park

    The client NSW Government via the Office of Environment & Heritage The issue Wild horses, or brumbies, are a quintessential Australian symbol of the high country. They are also an introduced species that damage river beds, wetlands, streams and soils … Continue reading