Albury Regional Job Precinct

The Albury Regional Job Precinct will leverage the opportunities associated with an expanded NEXUS Industrial Precinct to create a hub of advanced manufacturing, circular economy and recycling, agribusiness, freight and logistics services, and create more jobs for the region.

3 men standing under the red sign made out of crossed containers outside Nexus Industrial Job Precinct

Plans for Albury

Located along the Hume Highway and home to the NEXUS Industrial Precinct, Albury is ready for business expansion. 

The NSW Government is working closely with Albury City Council and federal agencies to remove barriers to businesses setting-up in the precinct, to drive local economic development and provide greater certainty for investors. 

The precinct will offer an improved planning pathway, underpinned by appropriate studies and technical information. By reducing delays and simplifying planning processes, the precinct will attract investment in a variety of industry sectors, creating jobs for the young, skilled and growing local workforce.

The Albury Regional Job Precinct will add to the NSW Government’s investment in the region and support momentum behind the NEXUS Industrial Precinct building on the work already done as part of the Albury-Wodonga Regional Deal.

For the latest information view the August 2021 Project Update (PDF, 1.99 MB).

Next steps

Plans are in place to expand the boundary of the NEXUS Industrial Precinct, supporting capacity for new business entrants, and a focus on circular economy and sustainable outcomes. 

The NSW Government is now conducting technical studies as part of this work to create an updated precinct master plan. 

Community members will have the opportunity to provide feedback throughout the process. Updates on upcoming community engagement opportunities will be communicated across Albury City Council and NSW Government communication channels.

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