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Community Aviation Consultation Group

The Community Aviation Consultation Group (CACG) is an independent forum where community members and organisations can raise opinions and issues regarding the airport. These include planning and development matters. The CACG also identifies current and emerging trends in respect to community opinion.

The CACG has members representing the local community, the Australian Mayoral Aviation Council, Trades Hall Council, Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and an independent chair. In addition to the members noted above, meetings are attended by representatives from the Commonwealth Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Airservices Australia and Melbourne Airport management.

The group meets each quarter, with a session at each meeting being open to the public.

The Melbourne Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group invites the public to attend the next quarterly meeting.

Community members sought for Melbourne Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group

Do you live near the airport? Are you interested in what goes on at Melbourne Airport? Then nominate for a role as a community member on the Melbourne Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group (CACG).

The CACG is seeking to appoint three community members to the group, to join other members from the aviation industry, unions and local and state government.

As a community member, you will be required to attend quarterly meetings and contribute to discussions on airport and aviation-related matters. Community members also have a role in sharing information and outcomes of the CACG with their local community and relevant community networks.

In selecting community members, consideration will be given to the following criteria:

  • Demonstrated past involvement in community life.
  • An interest in airport and/or aviation matters.
  • Skills and experience that will contribute to the depth and diversity of collective CACG members’ skills.
  • Commitment to devote adequate time to the work of the group.
  • Proficient communication skills.
  • Achieving diverse geographical representation within the membership of the CACG.

To be considered for a role, please submit a CV to For further information, contact Kris Perkovic during business hours on 9297 1597.


Click on the following link to view the CACG Terms of Reference.

Click on the following link to view the current members and representatives list.

Click on the following link to view the FAQs