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Welcome to RDA Southern Inland

RDA Southern Inland is part of a national network of 52 Regional Development Australia committees across Australia. These committees are made up of local leaders who work with all levels of government, business and community groups, to support the development of regional Australia.

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Regional Development Planning

We ensure informed planning at all levels guides the strategic and sustainable development of the region.

Education, Employment & Investment

We deliver projects and work with partner agencies to promote education and strong regional economies.

Transport - Infrastructure & Service

We contribute to transport planning and work with partner agencies to improve transport infrastructure and delivery.

Regional Food

We support regional food networks and promote local production, processing, marketing and consumption and food and wine tourism.

Digital Economy Transition

We assist businesses and community organisations to embrace the digital economy.

Living & Working Sustainably

We support the region’s renewable energy sector and promote sustainability practices in the workplace and community.

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Latest News

Crookwell 2 Wind Farm visit Binda and Bigga students

16 October 2018 News

On Monday 15th October, Nigel Hicks, Operations and Maintenance Manager at Crookwell 2 Wind Farm, and Camilla Staff, Project Officer at RDA Southern Inland, visited Binda and Bigga Public School to assist the students with their Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths (STEM) projects, as part of the STEM Industry School Partnership...

Uncovering new businesses for the region

28 September 2018 News

The Goulburn Region Innovation Network (GRIN), are hosting the first ever 'Pizza and Pitch Fest' in Goulburn. 'Pizza and Pitch' is Goulburn’s very own local ‘Shark Tank’, just like on TV, but not quite as scary.