This page provides a focus for business and industry to make informed decisions when planning future growth. We invite you to involve yourself in Holdfast Bay and be part of our City’s economic prosperity.
HOLDFAST BAY INVESTMENT PROSPECTUS
The Holdfast Bay Investment Prospectus showcases Holdfast Bay as a desirable destination to live, work, visit and invest.
The investment prospectus highlights our key strengths and provides an overview of our social, economic and environmental contexts. This promotional publication is to assist with business, event and conference attraction and a tool to be utilised in grant, tender and award submissions.
ECONOMIC PROFILE OF HOLDFAST BAY
Access a host of economic data to assist in understanding the profile of Holdfast Bay. An online interactive public access economic profile provides an overview of workforce characteristics, industry contributions, the role of tourism and trends in the local economy. The data is simple to use and displayed via graphs, tables and interactive maps together with easy to understand information.
Holdfast Bay consists of a highly skilled workforce and is home to 37,000 residents all within 2.5 kilometres from the beach. An extensive public transport system exists including tram, train and bus routes directly to the heart of Adelaide CBD.
Quality retail precincts, superior education and health and community services all compliment the relaxed coastal and natural environment. There are a hosts of tourism, recreational and sporting options to discover
INVEST IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The South Australian Government prides itself on making it easy for businesses to invest in the state by linking businesses with a dedicated point of contact with an Open for Business approach.
Councils at a regional level can collaborate to drive and shape the strategic focus for economic development all for the benefit of sustainable economic outcomes and a thriving employment environment. We work collaboratively with neighbouring Councils and the Federal and State Government across the Western and Southern regions that form the Western Business Leaders and the Southern Adelaide Economic Development Board