Naracoorte Caves Connection Project

Consultation has concluded

Fossil exploration at the Naracoorte Caves

UPDATE

The Naracoorte Caves Connection Project commenced in October 2016 to develop ideas to leverage benefit for the Naracoorte Lucindale economy from the World Heritage Naracoorte Caves

At the May 2017 Council meeting the Naracoorte Caves Connection Concept Statement was adopted.



The Concept Statement lists actions under three themes to grow the local economy, through promoting increased visitation, and encouraging new infrastructure, commercial development, and to grow businesses, partnerships and jobs.

The three themes are:

  1. Business and Commercial

  2. Infrastructure and Place Development

  3. Community and Cultural

Implementation is underway for priority actions to engage businesses, arts, branding and interpretive promotions.


Consultation Information

The Naracoorte Caves Connection Project seeks to leverage the World Heritage values of the Naracoorte Caves site to improve economic and community benefits to Naracoorte and the Limestone Coast.

The Caves Connection Project has brought together a Project Group of local business and community leaders, to propose new ideas for leveraging greater value from the State’s only World Heritage site, the Naracoorte Caves. The Caves Connection Project is a part of Council’s Economic Development Plan.

The Project Group has developed a draft Concept Statement outlining ideas for the next 10 years. The Concept Statement’s objective is to spark actions to increase the economic and community benefit to Naracoorte through increased visitation, encouraging new infrastructure, new and expanding businesses and jobs.


Have your say on the draft Concept Statement


  1. Read through the Concept Statement or flick through the photos (both available on the right or by clicking on the link) or collect a copy from Council.
  2. Tell us which ideas you think the Project Group should focus on by completing the survey (available online below by clicking on the link or download and print a paper version or collect a copy from Council)
  3. Or if you have a great idea share it with us. Share your idea online by clicking on the share your ideas tab below or write to Council by email council@nlc.sa.gov.au or post to PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5217.


We have extended the closing date for you to have your say until the close of business on Tuesday 18 April 2017.


The proposals are focused on building a strong visitor economy by making the most of the Naracoorte Caves – and South Australia’s only World Heritage Site – in our backyard.



UPDATE

The Naracoorte Caves Connection Project commenced in October 2016 to develop ideas to leverage benefit for the Naracoorte Lucindale economy from the World Heritage Naracoorte Caves

At the May 2017 Council meeting the Naracoorte Caves Connection Concept Statement was adopted.



The Concept Statement lists actions under three themes to grow the local economy, through promoting increased visitation, and encouraging new infrastructure, commercial development, and to grow businesses, partnerships and jobs.

The three themes are:

  1. Business and Commercial

  2. Infrastructure and Place Development

  3. Community and Cultural

Implementation is underway for priority actions to engage businesses, arts, branding and interpretive promotions.


Consultation Information

The Naracoorte Caves Connection Project seeks to leverage the World Heritage values of the Naracoorte Caves site to improve economic and community benefits to Naracoorte and the Limestone Coast.

The Caves Connection Project has brought together a Project Group of local business and community leaders, to propose new ideas for leveraging greater value from the State’s only World Heritage site, the Naracoorte Caves. The Caves Connection Project is a part of Council’s Economic Development Plan.

The Project Group has developed a draft Concept Statement outlining ideas for the next 10 years. The Concept Statement’s objective is to spark actions to increase the economic and community benefit to Naracoorte through increased visitation, encouraging new infrastructure, new and expanding businesses and jobs.


Have your say on the draft Concept Statement


  1. Read through the Concept Statement or flick through the photos (both available on the right or by clicking on the link) or collect a copy from Council.
  2. Tell us which ideas you think the Project Group should focus on by completing the survey (available online below by clicking on the link or download and print a paper version or collect a copy from Council)
  3. Or if you have a great idea share it with us. Share your idea online by clicking on the share your ideas tab below or write to Council by email council@nlc.sa.gov.au or post to PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5217.


We have extended the closing date for you to have your say until the close of business on Tuesday 18 April 2017.


The proposals are focused on building a strong visitor economy by making the most of the Naracoorte Caves – and South Australia’s only World Heritage Site – in our backyard.



  • Naracoorte Caves Connection Project

    The Naracoorte Caves Connection project aims to leverage the World Heritage values of the Naracoorte Caves site to improve economic and community benefits to Naracoorte and the Limestone Coast.


    The Naracoorte Caves Connection project aims to leverage the World Heritage values of the Naracoorte Caves site to improve economic and community benefits to Naracoorte and the Limestone Coast.


    Consultation has concluded