Regional Growth NSW Development Corporation is delivering on the NSW Government’s bold commitment to drive economic growth and prosperity in regional NSW through Special Activation Precincts.

We do this by partnering with government, business, industry and education providers to create world-class, sustainable, economic zones at the forefront of innovation. We work with the Snowy Hydro Legacy  Fund and the Department of Planning, Industry & Environment who fund and plan these precincts respectively as part of the 20-year Economic Vision for Regional NSW.

We lead

economic growth and job creation in regional NSW

How we lead

We champion

the integration of sustainability and economic growth

How we champion

We support

investors with a one-stop concierge service and supporting infrastructure

How we support

We inspire

innovation and new technology

How we inspire

Regional Growth NSW will support investors and businesses, cutting red tape with simplified approval processes to enable businesses to set-up faster in Special Activation Precincts in regional NSW.
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SPECIAL ACTIVATION PRECINCTS

Connecting industry, research institutes and government to create world-class and sustainable economic precincts at the forefront of innovation. More about the Precincts

Parkes

Australia’s largest inland port with unequalled connectivity

Wagga Wagga

A sustainable hub of high value production and manufacturing connected to the world

Moree

A thriving business hub in the middle of Australia's most productive grain region
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Representatives from the NSW Government and Brightmark announce Brightmark's investment onsite in the Parkes precinct

Parkes to be home to an Australian first

Global plastics recycling company Brightmark will invest $260 million to bring Australia’s first advanced plastics recycling facility to the Parkes precinct, creating 100 new local jobs. Brightmark’s innovative waste solution technology will divert up to 200,000 tonnes of plastic was...
Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct funding announcement, Wes Fang MLC, Dr Joe McGirr MP

$137 million to build Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct

The NSW Government today committed a further $137 million to drive economic growth and prosperity through the Wagga Wagga Special Activation Precinct. This is in addition to the $20.6 million announced in November last year and represents a total commitment to Wagga of almost $158 million to dat...
Parkes freight & logistics, containers, freight train

Parkes Special Activation Precinct gearing up for construction

The Parkes Special Activation Precinct is gearing up for construction with the $126 million contract to design and build the precinct announced today. The contract for initial works – awarded to Fulton Hogan – comprises upgrades to local roads and supporting utilities including sewer...