Economic corridor focal point

The 340km stretch between Two Wells and Whyalla is South Australia’s first designated Economic Corridor, becoming a focal point for increased employment and investment.

Regional Development Minister, Geoff Brock, launched the Two Wells to Whyalla (2W2W) compendium at the 2017 Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) conference in Port Augusta late last month.

2W2W is one of the state’s proven economic performers, with enormous potential for investment and growth.

The corridor is poised to become one of the nation’s most vibrant and successful food production areas and an important industrial manufacturing and processing hub, with associated energy, transport and logistics support industries.

The document contains supporting information, aimed at attracting investors and businesses looking to build a presence in South Australia.

The 2W2W compendium and supporting video will form essential parts of South Australia’s investment tool kit, provided to inbound and outbound trade missions and potential foreign and domestic investors.

Both are readily available on the Primary Industries and Regions SA website.

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