Marinus Link established its Gippsland Stakeholder Liaison Group (GSLG) in December 2021. The GSLG provides a forum for regular face-to-face communication and engagement between the Marinus Link Project Team and key stakeholders. 

The GSLG is comprised of representatives from a range of local organisations who will provide input into initiatives to maximise the benefits of the project, including local economic development plans and the project’s local benefit sharing approach.

The GSLG provides a forum for the project to provide information to stakeholders, and for stakeholders to discuss concerns on behalf of the organisations or the communities they represent. The GSLG is chaired by local Gippsland resident, Jane Leslie.

Members of the GSLG include:

  • South Gippsland Shire Council
  • Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation
  • TAFE Gippsland
  • Committee for Gippsland
  • Latrobe Valley Authority
  • West Gippsland Catchment and Management Authority
  • Gippsland Trades and Labour Council
  • Federation University
  • GROW Gippsland

The GSLG meets bimonthly and minutes from each meeting will be published below.



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