Why Sydney investors should look to the Central Coast?
Regional NSW is Australia's largest regional economy with a wealth of investment, business and lifestyle opportunities.
Investing and doing business in Regional NSW offers a strategic location that can leverage off Sydney and its growing markets with connectivity to domestic and international markets.
Regional NSW is rich in resources, talented labour and successful businesses, with lower costs than major cities. It is home to a third of the state's population, and produces one-fifth of NSW's gross state product. Regional NSW has thriving agricultural, energy and resources industries and strong manufacturing, tourism and service sectors.
travel times and improve goods movements along the eastern seaboard. The Gosford and Wyong hospitals, University of Newcastle's Central Coast campus and TAFE campuses, and a wide selection of quality public and private schools provide excellent health care and education.The region is serviced by the Sydney-Newcastle railway line, and improvements to key highways will reduce
Between Sydney and Newcastle – where the population is estimated to grow to 1.1 million by 2036. The Central Coast is already a great place to live and visit but over the next 20 years it has the potential to be much more – a place with thriving communities; lively centres; new homes, jobs and services; and a reinvigorated Gosford. . The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 will deliver this future for the region.
An investment by Government and Private business of over $6 billion on infrastructure has been made in the Northern Central Coast / Hunter Region making it a perfect time to invest in this area.