Leading the way
Coffs Harbours Waste Management Facility
Shannon Creek Dam
Water Reclamation Plant
Opening of Water Reclamation Plant
In 2009 the NSW Government officially recognised Coffs Harbour as a ‘Centre of Strategic Growth’ indicating Coffs Harbour’s economic and social importance to NSW. Together with Coffs Harbour City Council the NSW Government is building upon Coffs Harbour’s thriving business hub by revitalising the city’s CBD and boosting job-creating investments. Named as one of only two areas in NSW to be included in the Governments rollout of the National Broadband Network Coffs Harbour is well placed to be a leader in business and innovation.
Coffs Harbour City Council’s visionary environmental management and strategic planning initiatives ensure long-lasting healthy environments for residents and future generations. With its multi award winning water supply scheme and it’s innovative waste management system Coffs Harbour is prepared for the future.
Coffs Harbour continues to experience steady growth with Gross Regional Product increasing 7.2% in 2008/09. Non-residential private investment approvals increased 5.6% to $43.6 million in the December quarter 2009. With the population set to rise to over 100,000 by 2030 this strong growth can be expected to continue into the future.
New development underway at the Jetty Foreshores and BCU International Sports Stadium along with the central location of Southern Cross University and Coffs Harbour Health Campus shows that the City offers an opportunity for the prudent business investor.
Thinking of holding your next conference in Coffs Harbour? Contact Michelle Aubert, Conference Manager at Coffs Coast Marketing on 02 6648 4458.
For further information on opportunities and incentives to invest in Coffs Harbour’s future contact the Economic Development Unit on 02 6648 4082 or visit the website at: