Major Developments Directory

The Major Developments Directory is developed by the Department of State Development as a showcase of South Australian projects with a capital expenditure of $5 million or more.

This year's directory showcases a record 313 major projects underway or planned with a total value of more than $100 billion, each creating investor, supplier and workforce opportunities in this state.

These projects are a testament to the breadth and depth of our economy, covering sectors such as minerals and energy, defence, manufacturing, water management, health and education, infrastructure and urban development. Premier Jay Weatherill.

View the Premier’s news release

View the online Major Developments Directory 2013/2014

Download the In Focus - Highlights of the Major Developments Directory 2013/2014

Download the Project Index from the Major Devepments Directory:

Spreadsheet format | PDF format

Download Chinese versions of In Focus | Project Index

Read the case studies featured in In Focus that highlight investment opportunities in South Australia's diverse economy.

For more information contact:
Telephone +61 8 8303 2400
Email dsdmdd@sa.gov.au

Disclaimer

The information contained in this Directory is provided for general information only. No warranty, express or implied is made by the South Australian Government regarding the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, reliability or usefulness of any information contained within this Directory, or the suitability of it for any purpose. If you believe a project outlined in this Directory could provide a commercial opportunity for you then you must make your own enquiries and not use or otherwise rely upon the information contained in this Directory. Any use of the material contained in this Directory is at the user's sole risk. The Government of South Australia is not liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any nature which may be incurred or suffered by any person through using or relying on any of the information contained in this Directory. Information is correct at the time of publishing (November 2013).

Project locations using Google Maps are indicative only and are based on where the project will be undertaken or the head office of the organisation responsible for the project.