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What we do

Our services are delivered through four strategic priority areas:

  • Infrastructure – We develop distance neutral infrastructure that is linked to world opportunities and respects our environment.
  • Industry and Business – We support a broad internationally engaged industry base that is business ready and Asia capable.
  • People and Place – We seek to develop a region of first choice, building population and improved amenity.
  • Community – We drive and support agendas that promote cohesive, vibrant and engaged communities.

Examples of how we help

  • Projects Recent examples by SWDC include the development of the Busselton-Margaret River Regional Airport, Transforming Bunbury's Waterfront project, and the Collie EconomicDevelopmentTaskforce.
  • Research Activities Recent research activities undertaken by SWDC include the South West Active Ageing Research Project, and an action plan for transforming agriculture in the South West.
  • Provision of Information Information provided to individuals and businesses both inside and outside the region includes a statistical snapshot of the region, as well as information relating to international trade.
  • Facilitate Interagency Action This refers to the bringing together of relevant parties such as government agencies, private business, local governments and the not-for-profit community sector to identify approvals and other planning pathways for the implementation process, and to problem solve any arising issues.

Our projects

Browse our website to learn more about our work in the region, or sign up to the South West Development Commission's e-Newsletter to keep up to date with the projects we are involved in.

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Plans are underway to realise a vision to transform the historic Collie Roundhouse into a thriving tourist attraction.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout the South West and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.