There are two committees that implement the Australia’s Green Cauldron National Landscape:
AGC Steering Committee directs and manages the overall process of developing the landscape and seeking opportunities to engage stakeholders for product development as identified in the Experience Development Strategy. It aims to utilise extensive local, state and federal government networks and industry links to provide collaborative and sustainable tourism planning, product development and conservation through a cross-regional approach.
AGC Reference Committee consists of a broader stakeholder involvement providing direction and feeding information on progress of the Experience Development Strategy implementation to the Steering Committee.
The committees both have the responsibility to progress the National Landscape’s Program aims at a regional level and to manage the region’s participation in the Program. The committees are responsible for maintaining the momentum of AGC for the implementation of the Experience Development Strategy by way of securing ongoing commitment from various government agencies and stakeholders.