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Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra

26 May 2015
Is there a better way to spend a Winter Sunday afternoon than experiencing the live performance of the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra. One performance only at the Naracoorte Town Hall - 2.00pm, Sunday June 28, tickets available from the Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre, 1800 244 421

Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget

21 May 2015
Have your say on plans for projects, activities and services for the community over the coming year and how they will be funded.

Successful application to the National Stronger Regions Fund

14 May 2015
$635,000 of Commonwealth funding will be received to construct a major B-Double heavy vehicle compliant roundabout immediately west of the Naracoorte township on the Naracoorte / Konetta Road, locally known as the Lucindale Road.

National Simultaneous Storytime

13 May 2015
Join in the fun of National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday 27 May at 11am at the Naracoorte Public Library

ICE Forum

6 May 2015
This forum presents very important information on the dangers of "Ice" or meth-amphetamine on Wednesday 20th May at the Naracoorte Town Hall 7.00 pm
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About Naracoorte Lucindale

The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is located in the centre of the Limestone Coast region (South East of South Australia).  The Council is approximately 300 kilometres from Adelaide and 450 kilometres from Melbourne.   The Council encompasses an area of 4,520.1 square kilometres.

Naracoorte, the main service centre, is a regional hub, offering a broad range of retail, commercial, community and health services and education facilities.

The Council district also contains the smaller communities of Lucindale, Hynam, Kybybolite and Frances.  

Other local communities are Keppoch, The Gap, Cadgee, Binnum, Lochaber, Wild Dog Valley, Stewart Range, Hynam, Mount Light, Laurie Park, Moyhall, Koppamurra, Bool Lagoon, Struan, Joanna, Wrattonbully, Spence, Woolumbool, Avenue Range, Coles, Conmurra and Fox.       

The district is characterised by reliable rainfall and contains prime agricultural land and accessible underground water.  It is home to a thriving and vibrant rural economy; featuring beef and dairy cattle, sheep for both wool and meat, and cereal growing.

Two large enterprises; Teys Australia abattoir and Mini Jumbuk wool manufacturing centre value add to the primary produce with large grain storage facilities supporting the cereal growing industry.  Naracoorte Lucindale Council is central to some of Australia’s best wine producing areas with parts of both the Wrattonbully and Padthaway wine regions within the district.

There is a strong tourism industry in the Council area supported by the Visitor Information Centre in Naracoorte.  Natural features of international significance in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council are the Naracoorte Caves and the Bool Lagoon Game Reserve and Hacks Lagoon Conservation Park. 

The Naracoorte Caves is South Australia’s only World Heritage Listed Area and preserves Australia's most complete marsupial fossil record for the past 500,000 years.

The Bool Lagoon Game Reserve and Hacks Lagoon Conservation Park is recognised under the Ramsar Convention on wetlands as a Wetland of International Significance.  Bool Lagoon is one of the largest and most diverse freshwater lagoon systems in southern Australia.

The Council area hosts the following major annual events: Taste the Limestone Coast Festival (February), Frances Folk Gathering (February), the South East Field Days (March) and the Naracoorte Swap Meet (May).

The Council has 8,116 residents.  The principal office for the Naracoorte Lucindale Council is located in DeGaris Place, Naracoorte. 

Information on tourist attractions and events in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area is available on the Visitor Information Centre website. The Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre is open seven days, 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.

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Current conditions and forecast for Naracoorte, South Australia.

Naracoorte Current Conditions

Temperature: 12.4°C
Dew Point: 8.1°C
Relative Humidity: 75%
Wind Speed: 16.7km/h
Wind Gusts: 24.1km/h
Wind Direction: NE
Pressure: 1026.7hPa
Rain Since 9AM: 0.0mm

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Tuesday:
Afternoon Clouds
Afternoon Clouds. Mild.
8 - 19

Wednesday:
Decreasing Clouds
Decreasing Clouds. Mild.
11 - 20

Thursday:
Showers Late
Showers Late. Afternoon Clouds. Cool.
10 - 16

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Naracoorte Lucindale Council
DeGaris Place, (PO Box 555)
Naracoorte,SA 5271
Telephone: (08) 8760 1100
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