The NSW Government is investing $9.9 million on infrastructure for the new Nexus manufacturing, transport and logistics hub in Albury.

Premier of NSW Gladys Berejiklian announced the funding for a 450-hectare parcel of land earmarked for the Nexus site at Ettamogah, located 10 kilometres north of Albury’s central business district and nearby to national freight corridors connecting Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. 

The grant will go towards infrastructure development including gas reticulation to the Nexus site, and southern ramps connecting Davey Road to the Hume Highway. The developments will help to prepare the site for large-scale and 24/7 operational industries including transport, logistics and manufacturing.

The Nexus site will incorporate an intermodal hub and is zoned to support large or heavy industrial developments. It is ideally placed for businesses looking for quality transport infrastructure.

The funding will come from the $1.6 billion Regional Growth Fund, the NSW Government’s once-in-a-generation investment across regional NSW to strengthen local communities, stimulate economies and improve access to quality infrastructure. 

“We are proud to deliver on our commitments to regional NSW. It will be a major boost for local families and put Albury on the map for international and interstate investors, and deliver security for families,” Ms Berejiklian said.

Albury is on the NSW-Victorian border in the Riverina-Murray region and is one of Australia’s main food producing and agribusiness regions. Widely known as the ‘food bowl of NSW’, Riverina-Murray is home to a developing AgTech cluster and strong manufacturing, forestry and defence industries.

Speak to our Riverina-Murray team for business opportunities in Albury’s Nexus hub