Regional Development Australia

Regional Development Australia (RDA) Committees are made up of local people creating local opportunities.

These local leaders work with all levels of government, business and community groups to support the economic development of their regions.

RDA Committees are active facilitators in their communities, with a clear focus on growing strong and confident regional economies that harness their competitive advantages, seize on economic opportunity, and attract investment.

RDA Committees also support the successful implementation of the Australian Government's Regional Investment Framework (RIF), which will guide a more coordinated approach to regional development, underpinned by local engagement.

Every RDA Committee is guided by the Regional Development Australia Charter

Learn more about the role of RDA Committees in communities across Australia.

 

RDACC Chair, Deputy Chair and CEO
RDACC Chair, Lawrie McKinna; Deputy Chair, Anna Cruckshank; and CEO, John Mouland.

Regional Development Australia Central Coast 

RDA Central Coast works to enhance regional economic development, identify and seek quality development opportunities, drive jobs growth, attract business investment, identify enabling infrastructure needs and facilitate regional stakeholder collaboration.

We proactively attract new businesses, support existing business growth, attract government funding and market the Central Coast as an attractive region for investment.