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Community Committees

Access and Social Inclusion Advisory Group

The Access and Social Inclusion Advisory Group (ASIAG) features community members with lived experience of disability, service providers and Council representatives. The group contributes ideas and advice towards the progression and achievement of projects and actions aligned to Council's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) to support an inclusive and accessible community.

Membership of the ASIAG is made up of interested community members who live, work, learn or play within the City of Playford who have:

  • A commitment to and awareness of disability access and inclusion issues in the local area
  • A passion for positive change
  • Willingness to share your thoughts and ideas on relevant matters that support the inclusion of people with disability.

As an ASIAG member, your details will be included on a database and we will invite you to participate and collaborate in activities like surveys, workshops, interviews and focus groups throughout the year. You can choose how much you want to be involved depending on your interest, lived experience, skills, knowledge and time available.

Council’s ASIAG is looking for new members. We’d love to see some awesome people with disability, carers and local service providers get involved.

For more information on how to register your interest, click here

Or call 8256 0224 or email

Youth Advisory Crew

The Youth Advisory Crew is a team of young volunteers that work on local youth projects and events. It's an awesome way to meet new people and to help make a change within the Playford community. Get involved and contact us!

Time: Every second Tuesday 4:30-5:30pm

Place: Northern Sound System, 73 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth.

Contact Nina Swinkels on 8255 5560 or

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Reference Group

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Reference Group aims to foster positive relationships between Council and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and provide advice to Council about how its operations can better meet the needs of the local Indigenous community.

Group members include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, agencies, Council staff and one Elected Member.

Meetings are held quarterly at Marni Waiendi. For more information please contact Council on 8256 0333.