This website provides access to information about the activities, services and holdings of the Albury-Wodonga Corporation.
The RIRDC Rural Women's Award recognises women's vital contribution to rural Australia and encourages them to have a greater participation in its decision making.
The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) provides economic analysis, research and statistics on transport issues and issues affecting regional Australia, with the purpose of informing both Australian Government policy development and wider community understanding.
The Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport is responsible for regional Australia policy and co-ordination; the delivery of regional and rural specific services; regional development; matters relating to local government; the administration of Australian territories; arts and sport.
The Development Assessment Forum (DAF) was formed to recommend ways to streamline development assessment and cut red tape without sacrificing the quality of the decision making. Its membership includes the Commonwealth, State/Territory and Local Government, the development industry, and related professional associations.
myregion is designed to provide information based on Australia’s 55 Regional Development Australia regions and the three external territories of Christmas Island, Norfolk Island and the Cocos Keeling Islands.It provides opportunities for people to hold discussions within their communities and with all levels of government that help inform regional policies and national solutions.
The Northern Australia Land and Water Taskforce is a high level independent group of Australian experts. The Taskforce will be examining the potential for new developments in northern Australia that rely on significant local or regional water resources and will consult with stakeholders in the north to identify opportunities for further development.
The Office of Northern Australia (ONA) provides policy advice to the Government on sustainable development issues in, or affecting, northern Australia.
Regional Development Australia (RDA) is a partnership that brings together all levels of government to support the development of regional Australia. RDA is funded by the Australian Government and by state, territory and local governments in some jurisdictions.
The Australian Government's approach to regional development is to work in partnership with communities, government and the private sector to foster the development of self-reliant communities and regions. Page includes links to current and past programs.
The Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation manages and funds priority research and translates the results into practical outcomes for industry development. Their focus is on new rural industries, selected established rural industries and national rural issues.