Business and industry actively engaged in sustainable partnerships that support the development of young people, contribute to the skills knowledge of the future workforce and improve young people’s education and transition outcomes.

Riverland Youth Theatre

Riverland Youth Theatre embraces the Riverland of South Australia, a region extending over 150kms along the Murray River from Blanchetown to the Victoria border, encompassing the five major townships of Barmera, Berri, Renmark, Loxton & Waikerie, and surrounding communities.

RYT is the only dedicated Youth Arts organization in the region. With over 25 years of energetic existence the organisation continues to march forward offering young people across the Riverland innovative and high quality performing arts experiences. Each year over 1,000 children and young people aged 5-26 participate in projects and activities.

RYT inspires, nurtures and cultivates the creativity and stories of Riverland young people.

Regional Development Australia

Murraylands & Riverland

Regional Development Australia Murraylands & Riverland facilitate, and deliver, a diverse range of strategic projects and services that build on, and enhance, regional economic opportunities.

For more information click on the Regional Developement Australia logo


Workskil is more than just an employment service provider. Our aim is to make a difference in the lives of individuals and in so doing strengthen our community. We will endeavour to assist individuals by overcoming their barriers to work and to guide them through a path to meaningful and sustainable employment. We will support our job seekers who have issues in their lives by providing them with guidance, practical support and advice. It is our ongoing mission to make a difference and assist individuals in realising their full potential so they can make a difference in their own lives.

Smart eSkills For Small Business

Free access for a limited time!

Regional Development Australia Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island (RDA, AH,F,KI) hosted a two part On-line Smart eSkills program presented by TAFE SA Regional Smart e-Skills for Small Business in November/December last year and March/April this year

The program included four ‘classroom’ workshops held in Strathalbyn and six on-line Webinar workshops.

RDA.AH,F,KI is pleased to offer the opportunity for everyone to access the on-line training sessions – please see below.

The Smart eSkills for Small Business website also offers valuable resource material for small businesses including

  • Get Your business on-line
  • Grow your business using email
  • WordPress

Follow this link to be directed to the Smart eSkills for Small Business resource material.

If you would like to send any feedback, please contact us at:  Visit our website

The Smart eSkills for Small Business Project is drawing to an end and we are offering you free, extended access to the online training sessions via our web site.

 We are not sure how long we are able to provide this free service, so act NOW:

  1. Click on the above link
  2. Download the recordings – as many as you like, and view them on your computer when it suits you

 TAFE SA Regional trusts that we have been able to assist your business to increase its online profile through this free training opportunity.

If you would like to send us any feedback, please contact us at:

Australian Landscape Trust

Engaging Communities in Sustainable Lansdcape Management

The Australian Landscape Trust is a non-profit, philanthropic organisation, dedicated to supporting improved management of Australia’s natural resources for the benefit of regional communities and the broader environment.

ALT operates from two strategic bases:

  • In the South Australian Riverland, based at Calperum Station (near Renmark), Taylorville Station (near Waikerie) and the McCormick Centre for the Environment (in Renmark)
  • In the East Gippsland region of  Victoria, based at Strathfieldsaye Estate near Stratford

Australian Landscape Trust (ALT) operates by building collaborative partnerships among communities, land managers and technical experts to support and improve the management of regional landscapes.