A 6000 hectare industrial precinct has been created to turn the Port of Bundaberg into an economic growth hotspot for Wide Bay.
State Development Minister Dr Anthony Lynham today announced a new state development area around the Port of Bundaberg, including land near the port on the eastern side of the Burnett River as well as agricultural and rural land on the river’s western side.
The Bundaberg Aviation & Aerospace Precinct is a strategic parcel of land (33 lots) located on Airport Drive. The precinct comprises of 10 airside and 23 landside allotments.
Details of the nbn rollout in the Bundaberg Region are now available. Information is available on specific localities as well as the type of technology servicing each area. Click the link below to find out more and understand if your location has available access.
Gladstone Port Corporation has launched its "Port of Bundaberg Investment Prospectus".
This document - designed to highlight the benefits of the region and the opportunities at the Port - is just the latest in a line of material to complement the wealth of investment support available for the region, which includes BRC's Invest Bundaberg Investment Prospectus.
The Queensland Government is investing $10m in a new visitor centre at Mon Repos supporting the vision for the Mon Repos Gateway Visitor Centre to become a world class turtle research and conservation centre and a ‘must do’ ecotourism attraction in the Bundaberg region. Development of the new Mon Repos Turtle Centre is due to commence in April 2018.
Complete this SHORT ‘market sounding’ survey to help Government gauge potential commercial interest in partnering opportunities across a range of food and beverage, retail and visitor experiences at the soon-to-be-developed Mon Repos Turtle Centre.
If your business is interested in these opportunities and would like to provide input, please "read more" below..
This year Bundaberg’s annual Chinese New Year celebration was once again bolstered by the participation of a group of Chinese students and teachers from our sister city Nanning.
Ever wondered what the number of regional business were for each industry? Wanted to know average turnover for them? Had a question about trends in population or labour market activity? Wanted to check new dwelling and construction data? Wished you could get all this in one handy document?
These figures - and much more - are available complete with informative tables, charts and graphs, in one handy location under the Research menu at www.investbundaberg.com.au.
The Queensland Government has extended its offer of $20,000 for employers hiring a young person in regional Queensland for another eight months.
The Youth Boost payment is available to eligible employers who hire an unemployed person (aged 15-24) between 1 December 2016 and 31 October 2017 (inclusive). If you employed an eligible young jobseeker after the 28th February 2017, prior to announcement of the initiative’s extension on 2 March 2017, you may still apply for a Youth Boost payment.