Limestone Coast Local Government Association

The Limestone Coast Local Government Association (LCLGA) is a regional subsidiary body established by the seven Constituent Councils in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia; City of Mount Gambier, District Council of Grant, Kingston District Council, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, District Council of Robe, Tatiara District Council & Wattle Range Council.

What's on

2018 Taste the Limestone Coast Festival

08/02/18
8-11 February 2018
  • 2018 Lions Surf Fishing Competition

    20/01/18
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  • Penola 2018 Coonawarra Cup

    18/01/18
    Thursday 18th January 2018
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  • 2018 Cape Jaffa Seafood and Wine Festival

    14/01/18
    Sunday 14th January 2018
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  • Naracoorte Family Race day

    07/01/18
    Sunday 7th January 2018
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  • Coastal Connections 2018

    02/01/18
    2nd -14th Jan 2018
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  • Kingston Christmas Parade & Fireworks

    15/12/17
    Friday 15th December
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Media Releases

Wake Up Call for All

16/01/18
  • 2018 Limestone Coast School Waste Reduction and Recycling Challenge

    07/12/17
    Expressions of Interest Now Open
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  • 2018 Schools Road Safety Calendar

    06/12/17
    Timely Tips
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  • Helping sports club secure funding

    14/11/17
    Wattle Range Council
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  • Athletes selected for the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy Pilot Program

    14/09/17
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  • Solar Energy

    21/08/17
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  • Cheap Power Ray of Hope

    05/07/17
    Local Government Sector has raised hopes solar farm projects could be rolled out.
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  • Bright Idea Explored

    05/07/17
    A CLEAN energy development company will begin scouring the Limestone Coast to possibly build a large-scale solar farm, which could be potentially worth up to $100m.
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Mission

The Mission of the Limestone Coast Local Government Association is:
‘To Lead the Local Government in the Region and to advocate the Limestone Coast communities through effective advocacy, facilitation and innovation’

As a regional organisation with elected membership, the Association is a highly accountable body with a broad base of representation at the local level. Accordingly, it is the peak body representing Local Government in the region, as well as being able to lead and advocate on behalf of the region across a full range of issues.

The LC LGA has a broad range of roles to deliver as defined below:
  • Regional Leadership
    • Initiate action and lead regional activity
    • Set the agenda and direction
  • Advocacy
    • Represent the region, and pursue outcomes on behalf of the Constituent Councils and the region
  • Council Coordination
    • Coordinate the activities of Constituent Councils
    • Act as the central organisation for shared Local Government responsibilities
    • Provide a single point of contact to the region’s Local Government
  • Partnership
    • Join with other stakeholders to deliver a service or project
  • Delivery
    • Initiate, develop proposals and implement projects with a dedicated budget, staff member or resources
The Limestone Coast Local Government Association has identified five key themes each addressing key issues and areas of activity within the Limestone Coast that will guide the work of the LCLGA:
  1. Infrastructure
    Regional leadership and advocacy to ensure that regional infrastructure is fit for purpose and has the capacity to meet the region’s current and future needs.
  2. Sustainable Economy
    Regional leadership and advocacy to promote a thriving and sustainable economy capitalising on our diverse resources, sustaining growth, prosperity and employment throughout the region.
  3. Environmental Sustainability
    Advocacy and partnerships to responsibly manage our natural environment and resources, ensuring sustainability and diversity.
  4. Community and Social Well-being
    Advocacy and partnerships to enhance the quality of life, health and opportunities for our regional communities.
  5. LCLGA governance, leadership and financial sustainability
    Regional leadership and effective Constituent Council coordination to ensure that LCLGA continues as an efficient and well governed regional organisation.