Industrial land and the businesses operating on them fuel jobs where they count in regional NSW and these things matter to us.
With seven industrial precincts having access to the Gwydir Highway, Pacific Highway, Summerland Way and North Coast rail transport routes, power, water, sewage services, sea port and airport the Clarence has a competitively priced land match for any sized business.
There is also 150 hectares of new land release for industrial uses in South Grafton, Townsend and the Summerland Way on the drawing board, with a further series of sites forming the Clarence Valley industrial land bank.
All this comes with an existing network of support businesses including: transport, manufacturing, milling, printing, light industries and professional sectors to assist you build your local contacts or expand your operations.
Where ever you choose to locate in Clarence Valley you will have quick and easy access to your customers in the region and in markets beyond.
Quick links for investors
- Clarence Valley Industrial Lands Strategy
- Mid North Coast Regional Strategy
- Clarence Economic Development Strategy
For further information contact:
Clarence Valley Council
Economic Development Team
p: 02 6643 0200