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There are 17 lots at Stage 1 of the Cloncurry Industrial Estate. The lots are fully serviced with reticulated water, sewer, stormwater drainage, telecommunications, NBN adaptability, mains power and road train accessible. 

Five reasons to invest in Cloncurry

1. Location 

Cloncurry has a strategic location with access to the booming North West. Cloncurry is nestled on the banks of the Cloncurry River, 700km west of Townsville, 120km east of Mount Isa and 400km south of the Gulf of Carpentaria.

With easy access to major transport routes, the region is the perfect base from which to expand your business across Northern Australia, or as a strategic link between Brisbane/Sydney to Darwin and beyond. 

Cloncurry is accessible by road, rail and air. Cloncurry is a vital link in the Mount Isa Rail Corridor connecting mining, agricultural and broader regional activity in Queensland’s north west to the Townsville Port.

2. Land

We have room for growing business. There is more than 17,000 m2 of competitively priced available land for a wide variety of commercial and industrial uses. 

Area Average Land Cost ($/sqm)
Cloncurry <4,000 sqm $36.92/sqm
Townsville $37.30/sqm
Brisbane $78.24/sqm
Melbourne $567.00/sqm
Sydney $913.00/sqm 

Source: Katter Property, DSDIP

3. Business 

We’ve got a strong business environment that provides real value to our companies. There are numerous business advantages that our region can provide, including competitive wage costs, competitive land costs, commercial rents and competitive utility costs.

Cloncurry is situated strategically within the booming North West mining province and is the fourth largest contributor of mining royalties in the North West, according to the Queensland Resource Council. The unprecedented growth in the mining sector, a well-established pastoral industry and strong transport infrastructure prioritises Cloncurry for growth as highlighted by RegionsQ, ResourcesQ and Pivot North: Inquiry into the Development of Northern Australia

4. People

We have a large, highly skilled and accessible workforce. Our region has a significant labour pool. In 2012 the Queensland Regional Profile reported the population at 3,425.

The region is close to many development and training centres in North West Queensland, including TAFE, other RTA’s and employment providers and local mine training centres, all to support your business and your workforce needs. 

5. Lifestyle

The ‘Curry’ as it is affectionately known to locals, prides itself on being ‘the Friendly Heart of the Great North West’. Queensland’s Friendliest Town 2013 awarded by Keep Queensland Beautiful Tidy Towns.

The Cloncurry we know today is a testament to the foresight of the pioneers who recognised the potential of the great North West and forged the way for future inland families.

Few places can claim to be as influential in shaping Australia, as Cloncurry. Birthplace of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and destination of the first Qantas flight, it is a community that celebrates outback life, the true Australian way.

Whether it is a day out on the water at Chinaman Creek Dam or a scenic drive of the historical surroundings we really do have it all in terms of a true outback experience and a great quality of life. Cloncurry provides a range of amenities including, Racecourse, Equestrian Centre, PCYC Gym, Swimming Pool, recreation parks, Hospital, health services, two schools, day care and kindergarten.

For more information about investment oppoortunities in Cloncurry, visit the MITEZ website. The Mount Isa to Townsville Economic Development Zone (MITEZ) is a regional development organisations covering seven local government areas; including Cloncurry. 

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