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Publications and Reports

Publications

The Regional Blueprint

Regional Development Australia's (RDA) eight South Australian branches have collaborated to product this go to reference document for the recovery and growth of regional South Australia.  The Blueprint provides an overview of regional South Australia and a snapshot of every region, detailing strategic industries/sectors, themes for growth and key statistics. Underpinning the Blueprint is a fully scoped investment pipeline from conceptual through to shovel ready projects. This pipeline is understandably highly confidential providing details of many projects that are still negotiating MOU's or investment inputs. The Blueprint demonstrates complete collaboration across every RDA within the State as they seek to deliver both within and across the eight regions for the best possible outcomes for South Australia.

To download a copy of the Blueprint click the image below.



Multispecies Livestock Transhipping Hub: Improving safety, efficiency and profitability in the Australian Livestock Industry

RDA Far North and the Outback Communities Authority have jointly launched the Multispecies Livestock Transhipping Hub: Improving safety, efficiency and profitability for the Australian Livestock Industry report.

To download a copy of the report click the image below.

Economic and Community Benefits of Sealing the Strzelecki Track

RDA Far North and the Outback Communities Authority in partnership with The Flinders Ranges Council have launched the Economic and Community Benefits of Sealing the Strzelecki Track report.

To download a copy of the document click image below.

 

Far North and Outback SA Climate Change Adaptation Plan

RDAFN, Outback Communtities Authority and the South Australian Arid Lands Natural Resource Management Board presents this Far North and Outback SA Climate Change Adaptation Plan.

This plan was developed with input form key decision-makers in the many complex and diverse sectors that make up our Region. While it provides the basis for more targeted work by key sectors, it also signals that there are actions we can begin working on together, whether in relation to infrastructure, labour and skills, business development, communication or environment and land management.

To download a copy of the plan click below image.

 

 

Economic Growth and Investment Strategy 

The strategies identify key areas, projects or activities which will have immediate, medium and long term benefits for the City/Outback and informs a targeted and strategic approach to facilitate change towards a prosperous future of the town and outback. To download click on the EGIS below -