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Gascoyne Regional Investment Blueprint

The Gascoyne Development Commission is the Western Australian Government statutory authority dedicated to the economic and social development of the Gascoyne Region. The Gascoyne Region encompasses the Shires of Carnarvon, Exmouth, Shark Bay and Upper Gascoyne with Carnarvon, the regional centre, located 1000km north of Perth.


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Gwoonwardu Mia Aboriginal Cultural Centre re-opens

Gwoonwardu Mia – the Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre in Carnarvon – officially re-opened…

Exmouth named Top Tourism Town

The resort town of Exmouth has been named the winner of the 2019 GWN7 Top…

Research boost supporting Carnarvon horticulture

The State Government is investing $1.4 million in new programs and upgrades at the Carnarvon…

WA Museum to reopen Carnarvon cultural centre

Carnarvon’s Gwoonwardu Mia Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre will officially reopen later this year…

Round two RED Grants now open

The State Government is continuing its investment in community-driven projects to create jobs and boost…

DPIRD discuss reconciliation in the workplace

A Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development reference group will develop the organisation’s inaugural…

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