Regional Development Investment in the Gascoyne

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Royalties for Regions projects have created new jobs; built new and better infrastructure and facilities; and strengthened the areas of health services, education, aged persons care, and tourism.

Just as importantly, many of the projects mean that regional communities are now better connected and families are more likely to stay in regional WA rather than shift elsewhere to pursue other employment, education, health or retirement options.

Specifically in the Gascoyne, Royalties for Regions initiatives in education and housing have extended and introduced new education services in Carnarvon and contributed to housing for seasonal workers at Coral Bay.

The stories below illustrate the effect of Royalties for Regions funding within the Gascoyne.

For more information on the Gascoyne region, visit the Gascoyne Development Commission's website.

Royalties for Regions projects have created new jobs; built new and better infrastructure and facilities; and strengthened the areas of health services, education, aged persons care, and tourism.

Just as importantly, many of the projects mean that regional communities are now better connected and families are more likely to stay in regional WA rather than shift elsewhere to pursue other employment, education, health or retirement options.

Specifically in the Gascoyne, Royalties for Regions initiatives in education and housing have extended and introduced new education services in Carnarvon and contributed to housing for seasonal workers at Coral Bay.

The stories below illustrate the effect of Royalties for Regions funding within the Gascoyne.

For more information on the Gascoyne region, visit the Gascoyne Development Commission's website.

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