Regionally Significant Projects and Infrastructure
Dubbo Regional Council is leading the way in Regional NSW for the development of infrastructure and initiatives in a bid to attract investment into the Region and also to accommodate growing industry requirements and an ever increasing population. Dubbo Regional Council is at the forefront of economic strategy and proactive town planning as the Dubbo Region is on track for significant growth over the next decade and as a Council, we understand the need to provide investment and resources into reliable infrastructure and new facilities to serve the expanding business network and growing regional economy.
Dubbo Regional Council is committed to the attraction of significant private and public sector investment to provide a platform for continued, sustainable and successful growth for the Region. We are pleased to provide stakeholders and partners with information on current Regionally Significant Projects & Infrastructure. Please find on the interactive map below details of projects that are either in planning stages or have been recently completed. (Click on the icons to see further information and attachments on each project).
Another service we provide our community is online tracking for current Development Applications (DA’s), which can be found here.
If you are a person who is involved with a business that is considering relocating or opening a new site in the region or whether you are an existing business that is looking to expand, our Economic Development Team are extremely eager to hear from you. This service is a free service provided by Dubbo Regional Council to help connect you with the resources that will assist in making the transition as smooth, efficient and as successful as possible.
If you have any questions or would like access Council Economic Development services, please contact our Economic Development Team on (02) 6801 4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regionally Significant Projects Downloadable Spreadsheet (XLSX 16.5KB)
Last Edited: 08 Sep 2022