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Division 11 - Cr Hermann Vorster

Cr Hermann Vorster

Division 11 is in the south east of the Gold Coast and includes the suburbs of Robina, Varsity Lakes and part of Burleigh Waters.

Contact details

Phone: 07 5581 7282
Fax: 07 5582 8240
Mobile: 0405 414 931
Email: division11@goldcoast.qld.gov.au
Facebook: CrHermannVorster

Postal address

City of Gold Coast
PO Box 5042
GCMC QLD 9729 Australia

Office location

Community Centre
Office Level 2
San Antonio Court, Robina

Councillor Vorster can be contacted by phone and is available at the Community Centre from Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm, by appointment.

Background

Councillor Hermann Vorster is a former Bond University Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar with degree qualifications in accounting, corporate strategy and business information systems.

Elected in 2016, Councillor Vorster became the City of Gold Coast’s youngest ever Councillor at age 30 and was appointed Chair of the Economic Development and Major Projects Committee. He also serves on the City Planning and City Infrastructure committees.

Councillor Vorster lives locally and has had a number of leadership roles in community groups including; Gold Coast District Neighbourhood Watch Incorporated and the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) Regional Policy Board.

Council Committees

  • Council
  • Economic Development & Major Projects - Chair
  • City Planning
  • City Infrastructure
  • Special Budget

Mayoral and Divisional Donations Programs 2016-17

Additional guidelines for Division 11 Round 1 applications:

  1. Local Law and Order
    • Graffiti and vandalism prevention – $6000 available
      Grants up to $1200 towards initiatives for mobile safety cameras (CCTV), improving lighting and measures to prevent vandalism.
    • Community safety initiatives – $6000 available
      Grants up to $1200 for community organisations reducing crime by providing support to the vulnerable in the community. Includes costs associated with administration, and newsletter (or similar collateral) distribution.
  2. School Parents and Citizens Associations (P&Cs) - $5000 available
    Grants up to $2500 towards initiatives for student safety, support for the School Watch Program and for staging community events.
  3. Service Clubs - $3000 available
    Grants up to $1500 towards community projects and signage renewal.

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