The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is located in the Limestone Coast (South East of South Australia). The Limestone Coast is served by a number of regional organisations. Click the links below to learn more about the organisations providing services for the Limestone Coast region:
The Limestone Coast Local Government Association (LCLGA) undertakes a coordinating, advocacy and representational role on behalf of its Constituent Councils - The District Councils of Grant, Kingston, Naracoorte Lucindale, Robe, Tatiara, Wattle Range and the City of Mount Gambier.
The Limestone Coast Collaborative is the custodian of the brand for the Limestone Coast.
The Limestone Coast Red Meat Cluster is building industry linkages and promoting a culture of collaboration to ensure a vibrant future for growing the region's red meat sector.
Regional Development Australia is a partnership between three levels of Government, Australian, State/Territory and Local Governments, to enhance the growth and strengthen the regional communities of Australia.
Natural Resources South East plays an active role in the management of the region's soil, pest plants and animals, water, ecosystems, coast and marine environments. It is also about individuals, communities and industries caring for their own environment - finding a social, economic and environmental balance now and into the long term future.
Stand Like Stone advances, encourages and celebrates philanthropy for the public good in the Limestone Coast.
The STARCLUB - Club Development Program has been designed for use by sport and active recreation clubs of all sizes.
Connects rural and regional women for the purpose of developing skills, celebrating their successes, and achieving their full potential.
The MacKillop Farm Management Group communicates and develops innovative and sustainable farming practices through research and extension for the benefit of primary producers and agribusiness in the south eastern region of South Australia and western Victoria.
Connecting communities and industry to the State's water information.
For more links to Community organisations click here