The Suburban Land Agency (SLA) is undertaking a review of Mingle to help guide the future of the program. With community being at the heart of everything the Mingle team does, we are seeking input from all Mingle communities in Throsby, Taylor, Moncrieff and Molonglo Valley.


The SLA has engaged the help of specialist community consultation and stakeholder engagement firm, Communication Link to gather the community’s feedback over the coming weeks and the team are keen to hear from you.


In particular, they would like to hear your thoughts on the following questions:

  • What has the program meant to you?
  • Have you participated in Mingle activities and how did you find them?
  • How has the program been positive for the community?
  • How is the Mingle program helping to build community-led activities and events?

The opportunity to provide feedback is open until Wednesday 16 December 2020.


There are several ways to contribute your feedback:

Community survey

A short online survey is available for anyone to fill in. It will take about 10 minutes of your time and all completed survey entries go in the draw to win one of four Weber BBQs valued at $500 each. Register to complete the survey.


‘Enhancing community outcomes’ community workshop

Have you been part of a Mingle event? What have been your experiences and how can we make them better? The Mingle program believes that everyone has something to contribute to their community.

On Tuesday 8 December Communication Link will hold a community workshop to explore this further.

This workshop will help to understand what you think Mingle does well and will explore your ideas on other ways Mingle can help build communities in the future.

The workshop is open to all members of the public; however, you will need to register your attendance. You can attend in-person or participate online via Zoom.

Community workshops are a great way to explore your ideas and thoughts with other community members. Your input in this workshop will help to inform the Mingle review currently being undertaken.

The workshop will be held at Belconnen Community Centre or if you want to attend online, a link to join the meeting via Zoom will be provided when you register to attend. The workshop will be a COVID-safe event. This may restrict attendee numbers. To register, head to the Eventbrite registration page, provide your details and indicate your preference for attending online or in-person.



You can email through your feedback and share any relevant documents or pictures that might be of interest, for example a brochure for other similar community initiatives you have seen elsewhere. The email is



If none of the above options suit, you can call Communication Link on 02 6226 8880. A staff member will be available to note down your feedback.