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NSW: track record of success

New South Wales (NSW) is the largest and most diverse state economy in Australia with a AAA credit rating.

Growth

Growth

2.6%

NSW economic growth
2017-18

Workforce

Workforce

4.0

million

32% of Australia's total

Population

Population

8.0

million

Australia 25 million
Regional NSW 3 million

infrastructure

Infrastructure

A$93

billion

to be invested in infrastructure projects between 2019-2022

Economy

Economy

A$593.3

billion

Australia's largest state economy in
2017-18

 

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RENEWABLE ENERGY ZONE SPARKING INVESTMENT BOOM

Renewable energy zone sparking investment boom

The Central-West of NSW is set for a jobs and investment bonanza.

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Parkes Special Activation Precinct cuts red and green tape

The state’s first Special Activation Precinct is one step closer with the delivery of the Parkes final master plan.

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F36

$1 billion for world-class business precincts across Regional NSW

The government has announced the fifth Special Activation Precinct in NSW will be established in Williamtown.

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Geofabrics

Geofabrics' groundbreaking product

Recycled plastics now a base for major road, rail and landfill projects thanks to Regional NSW innovation.

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WHY REGIONAL NSW

NSW is Australia’s largest, most diverse and dynamic economy. It has a AAA credit rating and projected to be Australia’s first two trillion-dollar economy after 2040. It is home to Sydney, Australia’s only global city and gateway to the world.

When you invest in Regional NSW, you have the opportunity to tap into these advantages and more. It offers investment, business and lifestyle opportunities Australia’s other states can’t match. After all, we’re connected to Sydney and Melbourne as well as global markets through world-class road, rail, shipping and air corridors. We’re also rich with natural resources, home to 40% of the state’s population and contribute 8.3% of Australia's GDP.

Regional NSW boasts a highly skilled workforce and is a recognised leader in key economic and export sectors including high-value manufacturing, resources and clean energy, medical technology, tourism and transport. Yet, the cost of doing business here is significantly lower than in major cities. That’s why Regional NSW is the starting point for businesses and ideas that go further.

Discover why Regional NSW is the smart choice for your next move.

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