Listen and engage to progress our community feedback.

Connect

Networks to strengthen our regional ecosystem

Evolve

Our region towards resilience and sustainability

Future

Implement initiatives that align with future global trends and local priorities

Community - Engagement

Our priorities moving forward…

Our priorities are to connect networks to strengthen our regional ecosystem, evolve our region towards resilience and sustainability, and implement initiatives that align with future global trends and local priorities.

Based on the community voice from the MR Plan, RDAMR has been contributing to these priorities through the following four principles.

Connect

3,000+ Contacts
3,000+ Contacts

Evolve

8 Projects Active
8 Projects Active

Future

5 Key Result Areas
5 Key Result Areas

RDAMR Activities & Resources

How can we help you?

One of our recent services as part of the Regional Workforce Connector & Collaboration Program includes our Jobs Board.

This is a useful resource for both employers and job seekers to connect within our local community.

If you are interested in this service, please visit our Jobs Board site to find out more information or register for this service.

Projects

View our current projects, plans and programs that are helping the Murraylands and Riverland community take action.

5 in Progress
5 in Progress

Recent News

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Be part of the MR Plan.
Be Part of the MR Plan!Murraylands and Riverland Plan Community Conversations • A partnership between the Australian Government, SA…

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RDAMR appoint new Board
New RDAMR Board focused on developing opportunities for the region.RDAMR Board Members left to right: Andrew Kassebaum, Elaine Bensted,…

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Events

View our upcoming events within the community.

Changemaker Workshop – Waikerie
Waikerie

26/02/24

Passionate about your community?  Join the Changemaker Workshop and learn how to become a catalyst for change!
RDAMR in partnership with the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation and the Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal is bringing a two-day leadership development workshop to the region to foster self-awareness, community engagement, resilience, leadership skills, and the ability to create positive change while considering diverse perspectives and community well-being.
If you are interested in preparing our region for drought and climate resilience and more, join us on the 26th and 27th of February in Waikerie.  Apply now!
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