Feature: The Clarence

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The Clarence Valley is undergoing an economic revolution fuelled by seachange and tree-change, affordable and available residential and industrial land, comparatively lower operational costs, higher yields and a growing population.

Demand for skilled workers is increasing, residential housing approvals are out-performing neighbouring areas, and substantial investments are being made in aged care, tourism, timber and core infrastructure, in particular water storage.

Positioned on a big river, at the centre of three major highways, with existing rail links, air and sea port access, and space to grow, the Valley is in a strong economic position.

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