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Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is part of a national network of 55 RDA’s fostering regional economic development.
The role of RDALC is to enhance growth and strengthen the community, ensuring long term sustainability of the region.
The Limestone Coast Regional Roadmap 2013-2016 provides the strategic direction and priority for regional development in the Limestone Coast.

Five key areas for RDALC action have been identified within the Roadmap, as follows


Economic Development and Diversification




Human Capital Development


Promotion of the Region


Community Well Being

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast provides regional economic and demographic data for public access.
It tells the story of the local economy and how it is changing, using the most up to date information.

Community Profile Data

The Limestone Coast region Community Profile provides demographic analysis for the Region and its suburbs based on results from the 2011, 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing.

Community Profile Data

Economic Profile

The Limestone Coast region's economic profile presents economic information that enables you to describe the area's role within the broader economy, explore options for economic development and promote the area's strengths.

Economic Profile Data

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast is a partnership between three levels of Government:-

The Australian Government through the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development; The State Government through a number of projects and programs that RDA Limestone Coast delivers on its behalf; and Local Government through the Limestone Coast Local Government Association.

Latest News


Fork and Cork 2016

Published Thursday 28 January 2016
THE cork is ready to be popped on the next Mount Gambier Fork and Cork food and wine festival with many thousands of dollars in sponsorships secured.
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