An essential resource for anyone working in rural Australia, the Rural Development Database (RDB) is a database that provides a range of useful information about rural development and its impacts on people, animals and the environment.
It’s also a handy reference point when researching the latest developments and plans for the region.
But if you’re looking for a quick and easy way to do your local work without breaking the bank, the RDB may be just what you need.
Read more: The best local jobs article The RDB contains over 200,000 records covering more than 100,000 areas in Australia, from rural development to health and environmental protection.
The database also contains a wealth of other useful information for anyone in rural Queensland, including: information about the area’s water supply, local land ownership, rural infrastructure and the role of local businesses in the economy.
If you’re thinking of creating your own RDB and want to find out more about how to create your own database, we’ve put together some helpful guides and resources.
How to create a database for your area Step 1: Choose a topic or field to work with If your area is unique, it may be difficult to find the information you need to work out exactly what your area needs.
Step 2: Make your database your own, and save your work as a pdf or ppt fileStep 3: Download the databaseStep 4: Add a table of contents and a contact formStep 5: Add the data to your database