Strategic Direction

Strategic Community Plan Review - click here to complete the online survey

The Shire of Cranbrook is currently undertaking a review of its Strategic Community Plan 2013-2023. 

The Strategic Community Plan provides a long term (10+ years) plan for the Shire, expressing the vision, aspirations and priorities of the community and is the Shire’s principal strategy document, influencing all other planning and decision making at the Shire.

As an essential part of this review, we are seeking to maximise community input and invite members of the community to participate.

Have your say by:

Completing the on-line survey available here; or

Completing a printed survey, available from the Shire Office and Frankland River Community Centre; and

Attending one of the community workshops on Monday 13 March 2017 at:

  • 12pm at Frankland River Community Centre; or
  • 5pm at Shire Office in Cranbrook

Please return survey forms by email; fax 9826 1090; mail PO Box 21, Cranbrook WA 6321 or in person Shire Office Cranbrook or Frankland River Community Centre. The survey will remain open until 4pm on Monday 13 March 2017.

For more information and to register your intention to attend one of the workshops please call the Shire on 9826 1008 or email


In 2013 the Shire of Cranbrook undertook comprehensive community consultation to develop the 2013-2023 Strategic Community Plan.  


That the Shire of Cranbrook is a proactive, sustainable, safe, friendly and prosperous place to be. 


To create the Shire of Cranbook as a place of choice for its

  • Community participation and respect
  • Prosperous economy with sustainable employment opportunities
  • Outstanding infrastructure and services
  • Well managed, resilient environment
  • Positive and proactive Council.








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  Vision Welcoming Empathy Inclusive Visionary
  Pride Cooperative      

Aspirations for the future

by 2023 the Shire of Cranbrook will....

  • Be respected for its friendly, vibrant, connected and safe communities
  • Have an innovative, diverse, prosperous and growing economy
  • Maintain, protect, enhance and promote its environment
  • Have enviable, quality infrastructure, roads and facilities
  • Demonstrate strong governance, leadership and organisational growth