Brendan Moten first moved to Kapunda in 1999 to open ‘Litl Mo’s Bakery & Cafe. It’s done so well, he had to open a bigger premise at 6 Main Street. Watch this video and learn why Light Region is such a wonderful place to live and run a business.
Get up to $45,000 over three years to study in the Barossa Valley!
The Economic Development Manager will report to the CEO and work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders, including federal and state government agencies, councils, industry associations, businesses, and communities to create, develop and expand successful and sustainable businesses across the region.
Regional Development Australia Barossa Gawler Light Adelaide Plains (RDABGLAP) is proud to announce Andrew Morphett’s appointment as Deputy Chair.
Up to $25,000 available to those in the livestock and permanent horticulture sectors, enhancing their resilience against drought and aiding recovery from natural disasters.
The Kapunda Mural Town Project, started by a small group eight years ago, has now adorned the town with 13 vibrant murals, contributing to a noticeable increase in visitors and reviving the local economy. Now they’re up for a national award.
Vote for your favourite business by April 16. Categories include Cellar Door/Brewery, Clubs and Community Groups, Events, Hospitality, Professional Services, Health & Beauty, Tourism, Trades & Services, Retail, and Accommodation.
South Australian charities must comply with a new Code of Practice that adopts National Fundraising Principles from March 1, 2024.
Green Industries SA is offering grants of up to $100,000 for projects that advance the circular economy and promote the use of recycled materials in South Australia.
$50,000 scholarships available to support artists travel across a range of disciplines.