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Regional Development Advisory Committee

The Regional Development Advisory Committee (RDAC) is an independent committee established under the Regional Development Victoria Act 2002  to:

  • provide advice to the Minister for Regional Development on policies, projects and issues related to rural and regional Victoria;
  • undertake research in relation to rural and regional Victoria;
  • consult stakeholders on the development of rural and regional Victoria; and
  • undertake other activities related to rural and regional Victoria as directed by the Minister.

Provisions in the Regional Development Victoria Act  establishing the committee came into effect on 1 July 2015 as part of the Regional Development Victoria (Jobs and Infrastructure) Act 2015.

The Regional Development Advisory Committee comprises a chairperson plus representatives from each of Victoria's five non-metropolitan regions.

Further information on the appointment of members to the committee will be posted here, as these are made.

Contact the Regional Development Advisory Committee Secretariat
c/- Regional Development Victoria
Level 31, 121 Exhibition Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Telephone: (03) 9027 5469

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Last Updated: 15 April 2016