Special Activation Precincts
These precincts will create jobs, attract businesses and investors, and fuel economic development in regional NSW to ensure regions are well placed to grow and meet future economic needs. All Special Activation Precincts will be delivered as part of the $4.2 billion Snowy Hydro Legacy Fund and support industries such as:
- agribusiness and forestry
- resources and mining
- tourism and hospitality
- tertiary education and skills
- health and residential care
- freight and logistics
- advanced manufacturing
- renewable energy
- technology-enabled primary industries.
Special Activation Precincts are unique to regional NSW, and bring together planning and investment to focus on growing jobs and economic activity in an area. Precincts will support industries in line with the competitive advantages and economic strengths of each area.
Parkes is the first official Special Activation Precinct (SAP), taking advantage of location, business development opportunities and employment growth offered by the east-west rail line and the Inland Rail project, placing Parkes at the crossroads of Australia.
Set to be a world-class business precinct, the Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct (SAP) will capitalise on the inland rail, and focus on advanced manufacturing, agribusiness, and freight and logistics.