Yallourn North Action Group (YNAG)

The Yallourn North Action Group is the central action committee in Yallourn North that focuses on the improvement and sustainability of the township. It leads varying sub-committees such as the Local Emergency Action Plan (LEAP) and Plantings committees, and is the central body in assisting the town’s various clubs and organisations in achieving their short and long term goals. It acts as facilitator and liaison with Latrobe City Council, and it is an incorporated group (A003942K) which is structured in line with Model Rules. The Committee of Management is structured with a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, as well as various members. Three committee members fill the positions of Public Officer, Newsletter Editor and Australia Day Representative.

YNAG conducts monthly meetings in the front room of Monash Hall, Reserve Street Yallourn North. The meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month starting at 7.00pm, sans January. All members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend to assist, or to just share local concerns. Meetings are supported with representatives from Latrobe City Council often attending, and from time to time our local Member of Parliament.

If you would like to be involved, please get in touch via the contact page.

Statement of Purpose

To consult with members of the Yallourn North community and impartially represent their views to all levels of government.
To improve the safety, well-being and quality of life of residents of Yallourn North.
To encourage and support young people to be proud their community and become involved in community activities.
To respect the views of older members of the Yallourn North community and value their input and experience.
To protect the natural environment for future generations.


The community of Yallourn North has been well represented over the years. Associations or groups were formed to provide an active pathway to councils, government or other authorities. Yallourn North Improvement Association was the first group on record, then followed by the Local Neighborhood Advisory Group (LNAG) and at present, Yallourn North Action Group (YNAG).Logo - YNAG