Liverpool Plains Shire Council in the spotlight
Liverpool Plains Shire Council is located on the north-western slopes of NSW, approximately 350 kilometres north of Sydney, 250 kilometres north-west of Newcastle and 60 kilometres south of Tamworth. The region's key population centres include Quirindi and Werris Creek.
Business in Liverpool Plains Shire Council
The strategic location of Liverpool Plains Shire Council, the affordability of land and premises within the Shire's borders, the availability of supporting infrastructure, and diverse rural sceneries and lifestyles all make the Liverpool Plains Shire an attractive location for business investment.
Liverpool Plains Shire Council is seeking to grow and diversify the Shire’s economy and build sustainability and resilience. The competitive advantages of the region will assist in future economic growth and development across the Shire by providing growth opportunities for existing business and allowing for the establishment of new industries and services within the Shire.
Liverpool Plains Shire Council incorporates some of the most productive agricultural land in Australia, with rich black soil plains underlain by extensive groundwater resources.
Agriculture is the region's main economic activity, accounting for 18.9% ($162.4M) of the output from the Shire, 18.3% ($73.6M) of the value add and 32.9% ($128.9M) of the Shire’s exports. 50.3% of ABN registered businesses and 27.0% of jobs (696) are in the agricultural sector.
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If you're considering a move to the Liverpool Plains Shire Council area, check out the Liverpool Plains Shire Council website.
In the mean time, see of some of our favourite farms for sale from the region below.
Author: Nikki Robertson is Liverpool Plains' Visitor Information Centre Manager.