Local Government Area

At Localis we transform multiple datasets into actionable insights for your Local Government Areas. We understand that you're looking for ways to secure more economic benefits for your region. But have you ever considered how data-driven insights could be the key to unlocking those benefits?
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LGA Success

Step into a world where data morphs into powerful, actionable insights, tailor-made for your Local Government. We're not just here to help, we're here to supercharge your mission to amplify economic benefits for your region.

Harness the untapped power of data-driven insights, a golden ticket to a treasure trove of benefits waiting to be discovered.

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Our Services

Grant Writing

Grant applications are a crucial source of revenue for LGAs. But did you know that having access to a vast database like Localis's can not only save you hours of your time but also increase your chances of winning more grants?

We provide services to assist with writing the grant, leveraging our extensive database to strengthen your application.

Event Analysis

Ever been tasked with reporting back on the economic impact of an event in your region, or even a neighbouring one?

Localis conducts specific event reports to assist in LGAs of all sizes from small community gatherings to large-scale festivals.

Infrastructure Projects

From analysing the impact of a new road to identifying opportunities for healthcare investment, Localis has worked on key infrastructure projects all over the country.

We work closely with LGAs and third parties to provide solutions grounded in statistics, not guesswork.

Tourism Profiles

Ever wondered where tourists are coming from, what they're doing in town, how long they're staying, and who they are?

Localis can provide these metrics and many more in an easy-to-use dashboard that you can share with everyone in your region at a moment's notice.

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Our Data

We combine multiple data sets to present accurate data for your region.

Flight Data

Flight data aids Local Governments in understanding visitor trends, enhancing tourism planning, transportation, and targeted marketing strategies.

Accommodation Data

Accommodation data helps LGAs gauge occupancy, stay trends, and seasonality, guiding housing planning, infrastructure development, and balanced policy-making.

Transaction Data

Transaction data offers LGAs insight into local spending patterns, enabling economic trend analysis, business support, and budget forecasting.

Mobility Data

Mobility data illuminates movement patterns within LGAs, aiding in identifying high-traffic zones, public transport planning, and improving area livability.
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Client Testimonials

"We have been working with Localis for 18 months to better understand what happens in the Outback and why and it has been a game changer for us. The insights we have for the region were previously non-existent and now, we have been better equipped to support the region's economy."

Denise Brown
Chief Executive Officer
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Local Government Area?

A Local Government Area is a geographical area that is administered by a local government. LGAs are typically used in Australia and are similar to the concept of a city, town, or county in other countries.

They are responsible for providing a range of public services and maintaining public infrastructure in their respective areas. These services may include waste management, public recreation facilities, local road infrastructure, and community services. The specific responsibilities and powers of LGAs can vary depending on the regulations of the state or territory they are in.

How do I find my Local Government Area?

Your LGA is the specific geographical region in which you reside that is administered by a local government or council. In Australia, there are 566 such areas, covering the entire country without any gaps or overlaps.

To find out which LGA you belong to, you can typically use your residential address and look it up on your state or territory's government website, or on the website of the Australian Bureau of Statistics. They often provide tools or resources to help you identify your specific LGA.