Provided below are links to various websites where you can obtain more detailed information than what may be contained within this website.

The list below has been sorted into an alphabetical order so just scroll down the screen to find a particular link.  The link will open up in a new window so that you can easily come back to this website.

Please be aware that by clicking on these links you are leaving this website and these linked websites will have their own terms and conditions of use and you should familiarise yourself with these.


Austrade’s mission is to contribute to community wealth by helping more Australians succeed in export and international business by providing advice, market intelligence and support to Australian companies to reduce the time, cost and risk involved in selecting, entering and developing international markets. In addition Austrade provides advice and guidance on overseas investment and joint venture opportunities.

The MRDB is a satellite office of Austrade and is committed to deliver the TradeStart program throughout the Murraylands.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission enforces and regulates company and financial services laws to protect consumers, investors and creditors. They keep the public informed of these matters through media releases and their annual report.

The Australian Taxation Office is the Government’s principal revenue collection agency, and is part of the Treasurer’s portfolio. Their role is to manage and shape tax, excise and superannuation systems that fund services for Australians.  There are many useful links and information contained in the ATO website specifically for small business.

The Department of Trade and Economic Development (DTED) is the South Australian Government’s key agency for economic and industry development policy.

Created in March 2004, DTED’s primary role is to contribute to ongoing economic growth and wealth creation in South Australia.


  • formulate high-level policy and strategy;
  • facilitate and monitor implementation of economic development strategies;
  • lead and co-ordinate a whole-of-government approach to economic development.

The South Australian Government has set up a freecall* drought hotline and website to assist communities access information on support services and managing conditions.

For access to drought related information – including support services, local rural financial counsellors, Centrelink payments, maintaining land condition, managing stock and crops in dry times, the condition of the River Murray and Murray-Darling Basin. FREECALL* 1800 2020 (*Mobile phone charges apply)

Or log onto Service SA’s website through the link:

The Murraylands Tourism Marketing is the regional arm of the South Australian Tourism Commission.  The Marketing Manager works closely with the tourism operators to develop the Murraylands as a key tourism region for South Australia.

The Office of Consumer and Business Affairs (OCBA) is a division of the Attorney-General’s Department within the South Australian Government’s Justice Portfolio.

OCBA is customer focused and flexible in its activities, providing accessible services and information. They pride themselves on ensuring that the legislative framework and its administration are fair and effective.

Adrian is a local Murraylands Photographer who provided many of the images contained within this website.  He has a bank of images and I am sure that they would suit your particular business requirement.  He is also available to take specific photos that you might require.

SafeWork SA is South Australia’s new OHS agency. Their primary role is to promote and encourage safe, fair and productive working lives in South Australia by working with employers, employees, unions and industry representatives.

Formerly called Workplace Services, SafeWork SA is responsible for administering industrial relations legislation and managing all occupational health, safety and welfare functions in our State (including some functions previously managed by WorkCover).

Until now all types of information including natural resource management, infrastructure, planning, horticulture, soil structure and rainfall have been available as independent data sets through various state government agencies and local government bodies. By having this information consolidated and available from one location SAMRIC ensures an integration, easier access and flow of information that will become an asset to state agencies, conservation bodies, utilities, industry and developers within the South Australian Murray Darling Basin Region.