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Reasons to do business in Wanneroo

There are plenty of reasons to do business in the Wanneroo region.

A great location
The City of Wanneroo is strategically located within the fast-growing north-west metropolitan corridor of Perth, Western Australia, approximately 12km north of the Perth Central Business District (CBD) at its nearest point and 62km at its furthest point.

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A large and increasing customer base
The City of Wanneroo is one of the fastest growing regions in Australia. Currently 173,000 people live here and our population will more than double over the next 23 years to 354,000 poeple.

This rapid population growth means businesses have access to a large and increasing local customer base.

A choice of commercial business locations
Businesses can choose to locate in one of the six major activity centres in the City, including the Yanchep Strategic Metropolitan Centre.

Perfectly positioned major industrial areas
Wangara and Neerabup industrial areas are centrally located with strong regional connections, particularly to the Joondalup Strategic Centre, and easy access to the Perth CBD and Great Northern Highway to access the north of the state. 

These industrial areas are will situated on major transport routes, including Wanneroo Road, Marmion Avenue, Gnangara Road and Ocean Reef Road. This ensure great accessibility for workers as well as freight transport requirements. 

The current Mitchell Freeway Extension project and planned Railway extension will only enhance accessibility and connections. 

These areas are perfectly positioned to meet the industrial needs of the fast growing north-west corridor. 

Strong and diverse industry sectors
Construction, manufacturing and retail are the main industry sectors within the City of Wanneroo at present. There are a number of emerging industries including clean technology, advanced manufacturing & engineering and agribusiness which have been identified in the City’s Economic Development Strategy as industries of opportunity in the City of Wanneroo.

Land availability
Residents and business operators can choose to purchase land or an established home, building or business. The City of Wanneroo has enough land to meet Perth's residential demand over the next 50 years. Plus our new and expanding business and industry parks present unrivalled business and investment opportunities.

The City of Wanneroo provides people with the opportunity to tailor their choices to suit their lifestyle and business needs.

Great work/life balance
The City of Wanneroo covers over 680km² has 32km of coastline and is made up of 36 suburbs.  Our community choose to live and work here for the lifestyle available to them.

The City literally has something for everyone, from coastal plains to wetlands, from market gardens to residential homes, from thick bushlands to urban development and industrial centres.

Skilled local workforce and access to training
The region is a centre of academic excellence and research due to the close proximity of Edith Cowan University and the leading range of vocational education and training courses delivered by Trades North and West Coast Institute of Technology.

Specialised local training, mentoring, support and expertise are also available through the Business Station, the Wanneroo Business Association and the Small Business Development Corporation.

Local business support and assistance
You’re not alone. The City’s Advocacy and Economic Development Team, the Wanneroo Business Association and Business Station offer businesses local knowledge and experience in business creation, attraction, retention and growth. 

As your local business team we provide a range of support and development services and opportunities, many of which are free. 

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