About the RPCoP


Members have access to the ‘members only’ area of the RPCoP website where they can:

  • add their own profile and view other member profiles to foster networking;
  • share documents and information on resilience-based planning including published papers and other resources;
  • access and contribute to notices of upcoming events and other activities; and
  • instigate and participate in member forums on a range of topics.

Members can also contribute to the development of products for the RPCoP.

Members also attend face-to-face meetings of the RPCoP.

Please send us an email to request information on joining the Resilience Planning CoP.

Members of organisations that provided seed funding can email us to receive their log in details.

Bay of Fires. Large crowd at Bondi beach.


The Australian Resilience Centre administers the Resilience Planning Community of Practice on behalf of its members. The RPCoP is a not-for-profit organisation, administered in accordance to statutory obligations.

A working group drawn from members guides the CoP operations and commissions work to support its operations.

The CoP gratefully acknowledges the support of the following NRM regions for their contribution of seed funding:

  • Namoi Catchment Management Authority
  • Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Authority
  • Border Rivers Gwydir Catchment Management Authority
  • Murray Catchment Management Authority
  • Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority
  • Western Catchment Management Authority
  • Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority
  • Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority
  • Central West Catchment Management Authority
  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board
  • South East Natural Resource Management Board

Please note, the NSW CMAs now operate as Local Land Services.

Canberra bushfires. Victorian coastal path.