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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information and Resources for Business

RDA Limestone Coast has collated the following links and resources to keep you up to date with latest COVID-19 related information for you and your business. Current Activity Restrictions For the latest information including travel, business and activity restrictions, visit the South Australian COVID-19 website here. COVID Management Plans required for events of more than…

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Latest News

Landmark report highlights the Limestone Coasts strengths and future opportunities for growth and investment

March 25, 2022

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) has partnered with Infrastructure Australia to develop the Regional Strengths and Infrastructure Gaps report.…

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Limestone Coast Bridges and Drains Impact Survey

March 4, 2022

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) are partnering with the South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board (SEWCDB) to conduct…

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Regional Leadership Program – Limestone Coast

February 24, 2022

More than 60 future leaders across the Limestone Coast will be identified and better supported through a new leadership initiative.…

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Accelerating Regional Employment Program

February 18, 2022

South Australian Government funding supports increased skilled migration to Limestone Coast. A $170,000 grant from the South Australian Government will…

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Region Ready Coordinator

January 21, 2022

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is seeking a Coordinator to facilitate the delivery of an exciting new regional employment…

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RDSA Blueprint – 2nd Edition

November 25, 2021

Regional Development South Australia presents their Second Edition of the South Australian Regional Blueprint. It has been developed for all levels of…

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Acknowledgement of Country

Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast acknowledges and respects the traditional owners of the ancestral lands of the Limestone Coast. We acknowledge elders past and present and we respect the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal peoples to country.