The Murraylands region is widely recognised as strategically important in delivering on growth targets within the economy and population of South Australia. It is an emerging economy that offers excellent value for inward investment, whilst encouraging expansion of existing businesses.
Overall, the Murraylands is very accessible by road and rail, with the potential to establish a commercial airport within the region.
The Murraylands Regional Development Board
The Murraylands Regional Development Board has played a critical role in initiating and supporting development in the Murraylands since its inception in 1992.
The MRDB has strong links with the the South Australian Government Strategic Plans, as well as those of five regional Councils -
- Coorong District Council
- The Rural City of Murray Bridge
- Mid Murray Council
- Southern Mallee District Council
- District Council of Karoonda East Murray
For information on how the Murraylands Regional Development Board can assist your business, click here.
Alternatively, you can contact +61 8 8535 7170.
Invest Murraylands South Australia - Region of Opportunity
'Invest Murraylands' and the Regional Investment Opportunities (RIO) Project are an initiative of the Murraylands Regional Development Board, the five regional Councils (as listed above), the Department of Trade and Economic Development and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
The Invest Murraylands website details Strategic Investment Advantages for the Murraylands, and specific investment opportunities within each of the regional Council areas.
It contains the latest investment information and opportunities from Murraylands Regional Development Board Chief Executive, Brenton Lewis.
To visit the Invest Murraylands website, click here.
This website offers simple and convenient access to all the government information, transactions and services required when starting, or running, a business. It's a "one-stop-shop" service providing essential information on planning, starting and running a business effectively.
Some of the topics covered on the site include -
- Employing people
- Environmental management
- Fair trading
- Grants and assistance
- Home-based business
- Importing and exporting
- Intellectual property
- Market research and statistics
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Registration and licences
- Tenders and contracts
It also contains resources such as business checklists, a government and business associations directory and Ministers' media releases.
To visit business.gov.au, the gateway to government information and services for business owners and operators, please click here.