From a business and development perspective, Griffith City has lots to offer:
We are a business-friendly Council with a team who can establish conversations with Council staff and/or external partners to ensure you can establish and grow your business in Griffith.
We have a diverse industry base with a good mix of national and local operators. Industry strengths include agriculture and food production. Our focus is on working with industry to develop and strengthen collaborative partnerships.
Social enterprise projects and community economic development initiatives are encouraged. We put a great deal of value in our people and promote entrepreneurial activity through opportunities such as business breakfasts, industry visits and training/workshops.
Fixed wireless broadband through the NBN program is being rolled out within the local government area.
A shortage of rental accommodation, cheap land and low vacancy rates makes Griffith an ideal place to invest, but don't take our word for it, Griffith has been listed in the Hot Property Magazine as being in the top 100 places in Australia with the best growth prospects.
Griffith is readily accessible by road, rail and air.
Air - QantasLink offers a daily return services Sydney-Griffith on a 50-seat Q300 turboprop aircraft. Regional Express (REX) flies a SAAB 340 36-seater from Sydney 7 days per week with several flights each day and daily flights available to Broken Hill weekdays. EastWest Airlines operate 12 weekly services between Griffith and Melbourne on a 23 seat Sharp Metroliner.
Road - Two major highways, The Kidman and Burley Griffin Way, connect you to Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide. Allowing B Doubles and road train’s to have access to major markets, distribution and warehousing.
Rail - The upcoming development of the Widgelli Intermodal Freight & Logistics Hub will also improve accessibility to domestic markets as well as increase freight options for export and imports.