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RDA Kimberley Regional Plan 2013-2016

  • Year: 2013
  • Publisher: RDA Kimberley
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: Western Australia

The Kimberley region of Western Australia is a unique and vast area of desert, river and saltwater country. On the world stage, it is regarded as a last frontier and is renowned for its rugged beauty, isolation, Aboriginal heritage and large areas of pristine wilderness.

RDA Kimberley's vision for the region is to create an environment of opportunity through collaboration. There is a determination to create an alternative future where challenges are satisfied and opportunities inherent in the responsible development of the unique resources of the region are maximised for regional benefit.

RDA Kimberley's regional priorities are:

  • ● education and skills development
  • ● economic development
  • ● Closing the gap for targets in the region
  • ● improving housing delivery
  • ● Improving health standards
  • ● Environmental conservation
  • ● Advocate youth and early childhood development

This document sets out the strategic framework under which RDA Kimberley will operate. In its quest to achieve the vision, RDA Kimberley recognises it must be flexible, seek out opportunities and position itself as focussed building pathways to employment and economic growth for the region.

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