Organisations

43 organisations found

  • abs-sa-data

    ABS (SA Data)

    Australian Bureau of Statistics - SA Data Released

    19 Datasets View ABS (SA Data)
  • adelaide-city-council

    Adelaide City Council

    The City of Adelaide has a justified reputation as a clean, attractive and accessible city centre. It takes great pride in its distinctive character and Park Lands. Adelaide has a strong tradition of social reform and has highly regarded educational and medical institutions, a vigorous arts sector and internationally renowned festivals and events.

    74 Datasets View Adelaide City Council
  • attorney-general-s-dept

    Attorney-General's Dept

    The Attorney-General's Department services the government and the people of South Australia by achieving excellence in the provision of legal services to the state government, and in the provision of consumer law-related and regulatory services, and complaint handling function to the South Australian community.

    84 Datasets View Attorney-General's Dept
  • caa

    Courts Administration Authority

    The Courts Administration Authority is constituted by the Courts Administration Act 1993 and is independent of Government and is a means for the judiciary to control the provision of the administrative facilities and services required by State courts to carry out their judicial functions.

    1 Dataset View Courts Administration Authority
  • city-of-burnside-local-council

    City of Burnside (Local Council)

    The City of Burnside is a local government area with an estimated population of 44,300 people in the South Australian city of Adelaide. Burnside was founded in August 1856 as the District Council of Burnside, and was classed as a city in 1943.

    6 Datasets View City of Burnside (Local Council)
  • city-of-mitcham

    City of Mitcham

    Founded in 1853, the City of Mitcham is Adelaide’s second oldest Council area. Situated approximately 6kms from the City and extending into the Mitcham Hills, stretching from Cross Road to the north, to the Sturt River in the south, from Mount Barker Road in the east to South Road in the west. The City is well served by many tourist attractions including Carrick Hill Estate, Belair National Park, Waite Arboretum, reserves, and numerous walking trails through the historic Mitcham and Abbotshall Precincts, Brownhill Creek, St Mary’s and Colonel Light Gardens.

    3 Datasets View City of Mitcham
  • city-of-onkaparinga

    City of Onkaparinga

    The City of Onkaparinga is South Australia’s largest metropolitan council and one of the State’s fastest growing regions. Onkaparinga is a city of great heritage and history, renowned for its pristine coastal and rural landscapes and home to world class wine, fantastic food and strong vibrant communities. An unmatched combination of attributes and attractions makes the City of Onkaparinga an increasingly popular place in which to live, work, visit and invest.

    32 Datasets View City of Onkaparinga
  • city-of-playford

    City of Playford

    The City of Playford is often referred to as Adelaide’s CBD of the North, and represents a focus for the urban and economic development of the State. As the centrally located local government in the region, Playford’s task is to work closely with other governments and agencies to achieve well planned and sustainable development that will benefit the State and local community for the long term. The City itself covers 345 square kilometres, making it the third largest council area in metropolitan Adelaide. Playford has undergone sustained population growth over the past decade, through diversification of its industries and the availability of affordable housing. Between 2004 and 2014 the population has increased by 25% to around 87 thousand, making Playford the sixth most populated council area in SA and the second fastest growing metropolitan council over the period.

    9 Datasets View City of Playford
  • city-of-prospect

    City of Prospect

    City of Prospect is a local government area with an estimated population of 21,200 residents. The city was founded in 1872 and is located immediately north of the City of Adelaide. Suburbs covered by City of Prospect include all or parts of Collinswood, Medindie Gardens, Fitzroy, Prospect, Ovingham, Thorngate, Broadview, Nailsworth and Sefton Park.

    6 Datasets View City of Prospect
  • city-of-salisbury-council

    City of Salisbury Council

    With the availability of land for residential and industrial development, an abundance of parks and recreational facilities, university and TAFE campuses, military base, airport and a major bus and train hub in the City centre, the City of Salisbury offers a wealth of opportunities for business and an enviable lifestyle for residents.

    7 Datasets View City of Salisbury Council
  • city-of-tea-tree-gully

    City of Tea Tree Gully

    Situated in the leafy surrounds of north-eastern Adelaide, the City of Tea Tree Gully provides a broad range of services to more than 100,000 people who live, work and play in our area. Stretching from the foothills of Mount Lofty to the inner metropolitan area, our Council seeks to provide the highest levels of service to our diverse community. We provide more than 120 services to people at all ages. These include waste and recycling, youth services and support for the aged, library and educational services, and maintaining 606 reserves and 122 playgrounds. Our award-winning recreation and leisure facilities, together with our cultural and local heritage, set us apart as a world-class place to reside. For more information visit our website at www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au

    0 Datasets View City of Tea Tree Gully
  • commonwealth-datasets

    Commonwealth Datasets

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  • department-of-planning-transport-and-infrastructure

    Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

    The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure serves South Australia by endeavouring to meet the state’s current and future planning, transport and infrastructure needs. We aim to meet the State's strategic plan targets by developing infrastructure, improving road safety, and increasing the use of public transport.

    72 Datasets View Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
  • department-of-state-development

    Department of State Development

    The Department of State Development works in close partnership with business, the education sector, community and key stakeholders to harness South Australia’s expertise in innovation, skills development and industry transformation. By working collaboratively the Department will help drive economic growth and the creation of jobs. The Department brings together responsibility for the state’s growing resources and energy portfolio, the transformation to high-value manufacturing, and responsibility for skills formation, employment and science. It will also provide a greater focus on Aboriginal economic development including skills development, job creation, business development and sustainable employment for Aboriginal people. Leadership of across government policy development on Aboriginal affairs and supporting Aboriginal young people and those living in regional and remote South Australia will be central to the Department’s role.

    73 Datasets View Department of State Development
  • department-of-treasury-and-finance

    Department of Treasury and Finance

    The Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF) is the lead agency for economic, social and financial policy outcomes. We conduct research, analyse information, give advice and contribute to government policy and decision making. We also provide financial services to the community, covering asset and liability management, collection of state taxes, insurance and superannuation.

    5 Datasets View Department of Treasury and Finance
  • dept-for-communities-and-social-inclusion

    Dept for Communities and Social Inclusion

    The Department for Communities and Social Inclusion works with people who may be poor, vulnerable, at risk of harm or isolated, to connect them to choices and opportunities. The Department works with other agencies and provides direct services in housing, ageing, child protection, youth justice, disability, anti-poverty, adoptions, community services and domiciliary care.

    96 Datasets View Dept for Communities and Social Inclusion
  • dept-for-correctional-services

    Dept for Correctional Services

    The Department for Correctional Services has an important role in the criminal justice system in South Australia. This is reflected in the Department’s vision for "A safer community by protecting the public and reducing re-offending."

    0 Datasets View Dept for Correctional Services
  • dept-for-education-and-child-development

    Dept for Education and Child Development

    The Department for Education and Child Development (DECD) is responsible for a range of multi-disciplinary services for the benefit of South Australian families, children and young people. Our key functions are to: - oversee early childhood care and services for South Australian families - provide and regulate services that benefit children and families - lead and manage South Australia's education system.

    20 Datasets View Dept for Education and Child Development
  • dept-for-health-and-ageing

    Dept for Health and Ageing

    The Department of Health and Ageing is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, policy development and planning. We believe in health for all, with a focus on well being, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care.

    24 Datasets View Dept for Health and Ageing
  • dept-of-environment-water-and-natural-resources

    Dept of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

    The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) was created on 1 July 2012 to bring together environment and natural resources management in South Australia. The new department was created by amalgamating the Department for Water and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. DEWNR's role in managing the state's natural resources ranges from policy leadership to on-ground delivery with regional Natural Resources Management Boards. The issues we work on include water security, climate change, sustainable land management, public estate management and biodiversity conservation. We provide practical advice to government, industry and communities to achieve productive and balanced use of natural resources and to help improve the condition and resilience of our natural systems. We work closely with communities and a diverse range of partners to help them make good decisions about how our natural resources are used and managed, and to help South Australians care for the land, water and sea that sustain us.

    175 Datasets View Dept of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
  • dept-of-primary-industries-and-regions

    Dept of Primary Industries and Regions

    Primary Industries and Regions South Australia is a key agency for economic development. The department focuses on increasing the prosperity of South Australians, improving their quality of life and ensuring the sustainable development of the state's natural resource base for future generations.

    10 Datasets View Dept of Primary Industries and Regions
  • dept-of-the-premier-and-cabinet

    Dept of the Premier and Cabinet

    The Department of the Premier and Cabinet has overarching responsibility for federal, state and local government relations, delivers specialist policy advice to the Premier and Ministers, and is committed to working with, and for the community. The department champions the vision for South australia's future as outlined in the state's Strategic Plan. Our ongoing commitment to community engagement ensures that our work aligns with continued excellence in service delivery and good business practice.

    276 Datasets View Dept of the Premier and Cabinet
  • environment-protection-authority-epa

    Environment Protection Authority (EPA)

    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. We protect, restore and enhance the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation.

    31 Datasets View Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
  • history-sa

    History SA

    History SA researches, preserves and presents the history of South Australia. We manage three museums, the State History Collection and a statewide community history program.

    5 Datasets View History SA
  • local-government-association-of-sa

    Local Government Association of SA

    The Local Government Association (LGA) of South Australia is a membership organisation which provides quality service and leadership relevant to the needs of member Councils.

    1 Dataset View Local Government Association of SA
  • motor-accident-commission

    Motor Accident Commission

    The Motor Accident Commission (MAC) is South Australia’s leader in road safety behaviour change and education, and is dedicated to the safety of all South Australian road users. MAC provides funding for research and projects that aim to reduce the number and impact of road injuries and deaths. MAC is also responsible for the management of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance claims for crashes that occurred up to and including to 30 June 2016.

    1 Dataset View Motor Accident Commission
  • mount-barker-district-council

    Mount Barker District Council

    Mount Barker District Council is a beautiful region nestled within the heart of the Mount Lofty Ranges and a short drive up the South Eastern Freeway from the City of Adelaide. The district’s close proximity to Adelaide and the attractive natural environment has also contributed to the area’s popularity, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Mount Barker is also home to one of the most successful and diverse artificial wetlands in Australia, named Laratinga Wetlands. It is a popular community recreation reserve with abundant wildlife and other natural attractions. Mount Barker District Council offers the best of urban and rural living in a setting where residents and visitors can enjoy clean air, open spaces and natural beauty.

    3 Datasets View Mount Barker District Council
  • mount-gambier-library

    Mount Gambier Library

    Mount Gambier Library.

    2 Datasets View Mount Gambier Library
  • naracoorte-lucindale-council

    Naracoorte Lucindale Council

    The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is located at the heart of the Limestone Coast region, situated approximately 300 kilometres south east of Adelaide and 450 kilometres west of Melbourne. The districts small townships of Kybybolite, Frances and Lucindale are serviced by the municipality’s main service centre; Naracoorte, which is home to world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves National Park.

    1 Dataset View Naracoorte Lucindale Council
  • office-for-recreation-and-sport

    Office for Recreation and Sport

    The Office for Recreation and Sport (ORS) is the lead agency for the Government's policy on sport and active recreation. ORS is an Offcie for the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.

    0 Datasets View Office for Recreation and Sport
  • port-adelaide-enfield-council

    Port Adelaide Enfield Council

    Established in 1996, the City of Port Adelaide Enfield is one of the largest metropolitan Councils within South Australia. Extending from the River Torrens to Outer Harbor and covering an area of approximately 97 square kms, the City offers some of the State's finest historical buildings and landmarks, together with a wealth of beautiful parks and excellent cultural and recreational facilities.

    23 Datasets View Port Adelaide Enfield Council
  • renewal-sa

    Renewal SA

    Renewal SA provides an integrated approach to urban development on behalf of the government of South Australia. Through new ways of planning for residential and industrial communities, we help create innovative places where people want to live, work and play.

    16 Datasets View Renewal SA
  • sa-country-fire-service

    SA Country Fire Service

    The South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS) serves communities through dedicated volunteers delivering professional fire and rescue services to outer metropolitan, regional and rural South Australia. CFS has strong representation in the community across South Australia. This is achieved through our 13,500 volunteers, including our cadets, who are committed to protecting their communities. CFS has 425 brigades operating across the State with a fleet of over 850 fire trucks. Local brigades contribute to out of area deployments to assist neighbouring communities, to communities elsewhere in the State, and interstate where required.

    5 Datasets View SA Country Fire Service
  • sagpr

    SAGPR

    This page is under construction, datasets will become available mid 2017.

    0 Datasets View SAGPR
  • sa-tourism-commission

    SA Tourism Commission

    The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is committed to growing the state’s tourism industry. It is a commission set up by the South Australian Government to promote the state as a holiday destination.

    1 Dataset View SA Tourism Commission
  • south-australian-metropolitan-fire-service

    South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service

    The South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is the primary provider of structural firefighting services to the State of South Australia. The MFS was established in 1862. The MFS is based in the city of Adelaide, population approximately 1.2 million and capital of South Australia. The MFS is a fully professional organisation, recognised for excellence of service provision and employs more than 1,000 staff across 36 stations (20 metropolitan and 16 regional) in South Australia.

    3 Datasets View South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service
  • south-australian-museum

    South Australian Museum

    The South Australian Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia and holds collections of national and international significance. It is a leader in remote and regional community engagement, and in Australian Aboriginal heritage and scientific research. The Museum offers five floors of intriguing displays to explore, with a regularly changing calendar of exhibitions and a range of community programs that appeal to all ages. Research at the South Australian Museum is unparalleled in the world. It incorporates an exciting blend of traditional scientific disciplines, cutting edge molecular genetic technologies and unique and extensive specimen collections.

    10 Datasets View South Australian Museum
  • south-australia-police

    South Australia Police

    South Australia Police (SAPOL) provides a broad range of policing and community services to ensure that South Australia remains a safe place to live, visit and do business. SAPOL protects and reassures the community through enforcement, incident response, investigation, prosecution, education, advocacy, victim support and community engagement.

    1 Dataset View South Australia Police
  • state-library-of-south-australia

    State Library of South Australia

    The State Library of South Australia is the largest public reference library in South Australia with a collection focus on South Australian information and general reference material for information and research purposes.

    32 Datasets View State Library of South Australia
  • state-records

    State Records

    State Records of South Australia is the government archives of South Australia and holds a large part of our state's official documentary heritage. We hold records covering almost every facet of state and local government administration within South Australia. As a result, our records provide valuable insight and knowledge about the lives of South Australians.

    5 Datasets View State Records
  • tafe-sa

    TAFE SA

    TAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training (VET) in South Australia delivering more than 1000 courses to an average of 80,000 students per year at our campuses across the State. TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of quality courses and flexible study options to suit your personal needs. TAFE SA plays a major role in the development of South Australia’s future workforce with 90% of students employed or in further study after graduating and a further 92.2% were satisfied with our teaching (NCVER Student Outcomes Survey 2014, released December 2014). In building the State’s skill base, TAFE SA works with industry and business to deliver relevant, high-quality, vocational education and training to better link skills and training with job opportunities, ensuring sustainable employment within the state.

    5 Datasets View TAFE SA
  • unleashed2014

    Unleashed 2014 Industry and Community Data

    Non Government datasets provided by industry and the community for the Unleashed 2014 competition. Datasets provided by the University of Adelaide, The Public Health Information Development Unit, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Internode, News Corp Australia and SA Community Connecting Up Australia.

    20 Datasets View Unleashed 2014 Industry and Community Data
  • zero-waste-sa

    Zero Waste SA

    Zero Waste SA is a South Australian state government organisation which enables people to improve their recycling and waste avoidance practices, whether at home, at work or in industry.

    2 Datasets View Zero Waste SA