Regional Development Australia (RDA) is an Australian Government initiative established to encourage partnership between all levels of government to enhance the growth and development of Australia's regional communities.
RDA committees operate under a national RDA Charter and report to the Australian Government on key outcomes. A national network of 55 RDA committees has been established and RDA Tasmania represents the entire state of Tasmania.
The Plan was developed by Regional Development Australia Tasmania (RDAT) and is the result of extensive research and consultation. Unlike previous plans which were to guide strategic planning for RDAT, this Strategic Regional Plan is for regional development for Tasmania and for all 3 levels of Government and stakeholders to work toward.
Photo Caption: Senator the Hon. Carol Brown Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, RDA Tasmania Chair Professor Sue Kilpatrick, The Hon. Kristy McBain MP Minister for Regional Development, Local Government and Territories, Senator Anne Urquhart and Lara Hendricks, Executive Director Trade, Space & Technology Tasmanian Department of State Growth.
This Strategic Regional Plan (SRP) has been prepared by Regional Development Australia Tasmania (RDAT). It is a Plan for Strategic Regional Priorities for Tasmania, and reflects the vision of the Australian Government, the Tasmanian State Government and Local Governments in Tasmania.Download Strategic Regional Plan