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Connecting our people, coast and valleysWelcome to RDA Mid North Coast.

Regional Development Australia – Mid North Coast is an information and advocacy organisation. Our role is to inform all levels of government, and the community as a whole, about issues that affect the ongoing development of the NSW Mid North Coast. If you live in one of the many great communities between Taree and Coffs Harbour, we invite you to browse this website where you will find the latest statistics, reports and news on your region.

If you want to stay in the know, our monthly newsletter gives you a comprehensive snapshot of current regional initiatives, delivered right to your inbox in the first week of every month. Or why not simply follow us on Facebook?

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Our Champions of Food

Our Champions of Food

Our Champions of Food showcases some of the most innovative food producers and agribusinesses across the Mid North Coast, from large scale manufacturers to boutique producers. We invite you to be inspired by what’s already happening in our local food industry.

The Numbers Say

The latest figures show the median age range across the Mid North Coast is 46, some 7 years older than the state average.

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Our Say

Unearthing Our Local Champions in Food Production

September 8, 2014

Sometimes the opportunities in industry are what you make of them. There’s been a lot of concern about a decline in some of our local industries, such as agriculture and.. read more



November 13, 2014

Priorities for State Government’s $6 Billion Regional Infrastructure Spend Around $6 billion of State Government money raised from the partial leasing of “poles and wires” assets will be allocated to.. read more