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Regional Development Australia Wheatbelt WA

RDA Wheatbelt works to actively shape the future of the region. Our role is to support the 42 Local Governments, stakeholders and our broader community across all regional activities including transport, health, aged and disability care, infrastructure, agriculture, small business, education, manufacturing and so on.

  • The vision for our organisation is to actively shape the future of the Wheatbelt Region. 
  • To realise this vision, we commit to our mission of collaborating across communities, advocating with key decision makers and harnessing innovation to create local opportunity, growth and impact. 
  • And we do this because our purpose is to be the Wheatbelt’s local voice to Federal Government to facilitate social and economic development.


Connecting people with people, opportunities with solutions, ideas with implementation we provide advice and connections to grant programs, collect data and regional intelligence to support investment decisions, partner with business to leverage project potential, exchange information and communicate across all three levels of government.

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Providing funding application assistance

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Matching projects to possible funding streams

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Partnering with small business to leverage opportunities

RDA Wheatbelt Initiatives

Lumen Wheatbelt Regional University Study Hubs

The Lumen WRUSH will provide access to high speed internet, computers, printers, video conferencing and more importantly, a student support/services person who will assist students with navigating university life, all at no cost to the student. Any student, regardless of what university they study with, will be able to access these facilities and support.

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Noongar Enterprise Development Support

The ‘Noongar Enterprise Development Support’ (NEDS) projects encouraged and supported social enterprise and small Aboriginal businesses through creating a culturally appropriate learning environment for Aboriginal people towards increasing economic activity and employment.


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RDA WA Funding and Grants Hub

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