Economic Development Reports
Residents, business owners and operators from across all industries in Murrumbidgee Council area are invited to have their say on what they see as the broader needs of industry in the region, what are the region's strengths, where we can improve and where the opportunities are. All survey responses will help shape the development of the draft Murrumidgee Council Economic Development Strategy.
Complete your survey here - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCEcoDev2
The NSW Government has assisted local councils to develop Regional Economic Development Strategies (REDS) based on the concept of a Functional Economic Region (FER), which has incorporated the Local Government Areas of Carrathool Shire Council, Griffith City Council, Leeton Shire Council, Murrumbidgee Council, and Narrandera Shire Council. The Centre for Economic and Regional Development has led this work and managed a panel of expert contractors to collaborate with councils and local stakeholders on their REDS. For more information and to view the supporting analysis
The Riverina Murray Destination Management Plan 2018 is the key strategic document to drive and promote growth in the region’s tourism industry. The DMP identifies strategic development themes, priority projects and infrastructure that will encourage both private and public-sector investment in the tourism sector and stimulate increased visitation to the region.
The Plan has 43 actions to keep the state number one in the country for overnight visitors and accelerate growth to deliver maximum economic benefits through our visitor economy.
Further information from specific agencies, can be found on the business contacts page.