Baw Baw Shire’s economy and population is one of the fastest growing in regional Victoria. The two largest towns in the shire, Warragul and Drouin have a combined increased in size of over 20% from census to census.
There is a captive and skilled workforce ready to be utilised. The twin towns of Warragul and Drouin are the regional centre of Baw Baw and the greater West Gippsland area. Both towns have commercial land perfectly suited for new office developments at significantly lower prices that those in metropolitan Melbourne.
The ease of access to greater Melbourne is something that is seen to be attractive to a commercial operation looking to relocate or set up a regional base. Direct rail and road links connect Baw Baw to the CBD of Melbourne in just over an hour, with the eastern suburbs being even closer.
Within the Warragul CBD there are several sites suitable and available for development.
Warragul CBD is serviced by easy rail and road links to metropolitan Melbourne.
Captive and growing skilled workforce
Supportive Local Government
Warragul population increase of 12%
Drouin population increase of 27%
Less than 100 kms to the Melbourne CBD
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Paynesville Park Subdivision
The Paynesville Park subdivision / development includes the following stages:
Broadlands Tourist Park
The primary objective of the project is to create a Tourist Park and development of a Business us...
Brookfield Lakes is a new residential land estate with a focus on forging neighbourhood ties and ...