Naracoorte Lucindale Council
|Naracoorte Lucindale Council
Position of the Naracoorte Lucindale Council in blue
|Population||8,390 (2015 est)|
|• Density||1.8576/km2 (4.8110/sq mi)|
|Area||4,516.7 km2 (1,743.9 sq mi)|
|Mayor||Erika Vickery |
|Website||Naracoorte Lucindale Council|
The districts economy is agricultural based, with cereal crops, sheep and beef predominantly farmed. Naracoorte has a substantial tourist industry as well, with the Naracoorte Caves, Wonambi Fossil Centre and the seasonal Bool Lagoon Game Reserve Wetlands the main attractions.
The council encompasses the major towns of Naracoorte and Lucindale, as well as the smaller towns and localities of Binnum, Cadgee, Coles, Conmurra, Fox, Frances, Hynam, Joanna, Keppoch, Koppamurra, Kybybolite, Laurie Park, Lochaber, Mount Light, Moyhall, Spence, Stewart Range, Struan, The Gap, Wild Dog Valley, Woolumbool and Wrattonbully, and parts of Avenue Range and Bool Lagoon.
The towns of Naracoorte and Lucindale collectively have all major facilities expected by visitors to the area, including supermarkets, specialty stores, restaurants and accommodation in a range of forms.
The district has a number of education and health facilities, with Naracoorte having a high school and 3 primary schools, a hospital, the Naracoorte Swimming Lake and Lucindale a public library and Area School.
The area also has a number of sporting clubs.
|Mayor ||Erika Vickery|
|Unsubdivided ||Tom Dennis|
Naracoorte Lucindale Council has a directly-elected mayor.
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