Regional New South Wales offers an abundance of business opportunities and a relaxed lifestyle.
Beyond Sydney lie the regions of New South Wales (NSW), offering an abundance of business opportunities and a relaxed lifestyle. With a population of more than 2.5 million, regional NSW covers 800,000 square kilometres.
Regional NSW enjoys a range of geography and climates, from the humid coastal environment of the north and the semi-arid desert in the west, to the alpine peaks and sheep-wheat belt of the south. This diversity encourages a variety of industries to flourish. Find out more about the regions of NSW.
The clean, green growing environment of NSW is world renowned. The State's food industry has strengths in grain, dairy, fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood.
Regional NSW's traditional industries of mining, manufacturing and agribusiness have provided a strong foundation for diversification into high-growth areas such as aquaculture, biotechnology, viticulture and communications.
All regional centres provide the full amenities of larger cities. Electricity, natural gas and water are readily available for business and commercial use.
An extensive road, rail and regional airport network in NSW connects regional production centres to Australia's metropolitan areas and transport hubs. NSW's five ports are located at Sydney, Newcastle, Port Kembla, Eden in the far south and Yamba in the north. They service vessels from many international shipping lines.
For holidays, NSW is a destination rich with adventures for all types of travellers, from the rugged outback to the hundreds of beaches dotted along the coastline. VisitNSW.com is a rich source of information and vacation ideas in regional NSW.
Excellent educational facilities in regional NSW provide students with a unique opportunity to study while enjoying a relaxed lifestyle.
Find out more about business in regional NSW.
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