The broadscale move to remote work during the past year has caused many Australians to re-think their living arrangements and, consequently, picturesque regional areas such as the Riverina have attracted an influx of ‘tree-changers’, accelerating the population growth that was already anticipated for the area.
Significant opportunities abound in agriculture, tourism, residential and commercial real estate, and manufacturing. While 2020 was a challenging year, local councils in the Riverina region took the opportunity to turn negatives into positives wherever possible. Working together with local businesses, chambers of commerce, and other regional authorities, councils have aimed to get their cities and towns back to full functionality fast.

Download the Riverina-focused edition of the 2030 Big Picture series today to read the full report.
Download the Riverina report

The other reports in our 2030 Big Picture Series...
  • South West of Western Australia (available now)
  • Southern Queensland - spotlight on Toowoomba (available now)
  • Mid West of Western Australia (available now)
  • New South Wales (Riverina Murray region) (available now)
  • South Australia (Eyre Peninsula and the western region)
Each report in this five-part series includes interviews with senior business leaders, economists and advisers on their attitudes on the trends, opportunities and challenges of these regions.

Dean Bocquet - Partner

Jason Croker - Partner

Andrew Bowcher - Partner

Cole Levy - Partner
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