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Businesses within the fire scar of the Cudlee Creek Fire (December 2019) have a number of support options available to them. Please refer to our dedicated page on the Cudlee Creek Bushfire services for all the details.

We recognise the importance for the Hills region to have a strong, diverse and sustainable economy. In October 2015 our first Economic Development Strategy (EDS) was released. The key outcomes that we expect from the EDS include:

Embracing a strong economy | A Council that recognises the importance of a strong, diverse and sustainable economy as an essential element of our region's communities.

Providing the foundations | A Council that leads, takes responsibility and fosters a culture that is supportive and ensures the economic development of the region through improved planning, infrastructure and services.

Creating Desirable Places and Opportunity | A region that embraces opportunities and attracts investment to create additional jobs and increase the wealth of the region and its residents.

Partnering for Success | A Council that works alongside key stakeholders in business, government and the community with a focus on an efficient and effective business environment.

The Implementation Plan highlights the key activities to June 2017, considered important to progress the EDS.

Should you need to speak to someone about Economic Development please contact:

Melissa Bright
Economic Development Officer
(08) 8408 0580 or 0434 606 727

Accessing the Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide
Adelaide Hills Tourism funds distribution of the Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide around the region. There is no cost for operators, events or visitor information centres/outlets to order brochures; click here for ordering instructions.

If you have an update or news to share with Adelaide Hills Tourism, email

Applying for a street sign promoting your business
Please see our Planning and Development pages for businesses for more information on this request.

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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