What we do
We encourage growth and prosperity in regional NSW through the delivery of precincts in key locations.
Our goals are to:
- Lead economic growth and long-term job creation in regional NSW
- Champion the integration of sustainability
- Support investors and businesses with a concierge service, streamlined approvals and supporting infrastructure
- Inspire innovation and new technology.
Our vision and mission
Our aim is to remove barriers to investment and lower the cost and time of setting up in regional NSW.
To do this, we develop world-class, sustainable, economic precincts in partnership with:
- government, including federal, local and state agencies
- private sector businesses and industry groups
- research institutes
- vocational education and training providers.
We enable investment and support businesses through:
- government-funded infrastructure
- streamlined planning and approvals
- Investment facilitation
- business support including concierge services
Regional Growth NSW Development Corporation supports investors and businesses, cutting red tape with streamlined approval processes to enable businesses to set-up faster in Special Activation Precincts in regional NSW
Our Special Activation Precincts
These precincts are dedicated hubs that support local industries and attract business and investors to create jobs and fuel regional economic development.
Special Activation Precincts are about making it easier and more attractive for businesses to set up in regional NSW, create more jobs, and grow our regional engine industries such as freight and logistics, renewable energy, advanced manufacturing, agribusiness, tourism, hospitality and defence.
The Parkes precinct covers 4,800 hectares and provides road and rail access to 80 per cent of Australia’s markets within 12 hours. This is due to the Inland Rail and the Trans-Australian Railway junction.
Read more about our Parkes Special Activation Precinct.
The Wagga Wagga precinct covers an area of 4,500 hectares, including the Bomen Business Park.
This precinct incorporates the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub (RiFL). This provides greater domestic and international growth opportunities for businesses and investors in the region.
Read more about our Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct.
The Moree precinct covers 4,716 hectares in Australia’s most productive grain region. With a strong agricultural economy, it builds on its connection to Country and sustainable water endowments.
Read more about our Moree Special Activation Precinct.
This precinct will focus on community outcomes and housing supply to address housing shortages and diversity in Jindabyne while preserving and maintaining the important environmental and heritage values of the Snowy Mountains.
Read more about our Snowy Mountains Special Activation Precinct.
Our Regional Job Precincts
We provide planning support to local councils to drive growth, investment opportunities, and job creation. These precincts focus on region-specific engine industries and businesses ready for development.
Discover our Regional Job Precincts
The Albury Regional Job Precinct builds on the NEXUS Industrial Precinct. This enables development across sectors, such as freight and logistics, agribusiness and manufacturing.
Read more about our Albury Regional Job Precinct.
The Richmond Valley precinct highlights agriculture, manufacturing and renewable energy opportunities.
Read more about our Richmond Valley Regional Job Precinct.
This precinct will leverage opportunities within the Poplars Innovation Precinct. This will enable defence, space, cyber-security, information technology and scientific research development.
Read more about our South Jerrabomberra Regional Job Precinct.
This precinct will focus on intensive agriculture and livestock production opportunities.
Read more about our Namoi Regional Job Precinct.
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