Industrial precinct is set to draw benefits into the Narromine region

Narromine Shire Council will commence planning for the development of stage one of the Narromine Industrial Precinct in the coming weeks.

‘The NSW Government has contributed $9 million to facilitate the Narromine Industrial Precinct. We will seek to establish the precinct alongside the new Inland Rail, allowing for the ease of road and rail connections from the industrial site’, said Narromine Shire Council’s Mayor, Clr Craig Davies. 

“Council has worked very closely with the NSW Government to maximise opportunities with the construction of the Inland Rail network, particularly given our strategic location and the size of our existing agricultural and transport industries”. 

The precinct is to be developed in stages and is set to unlock and transform opportunities for existing business and industry and attract new ones to the Narromine region, added Clr Davies.

The Narromine Industrial precinct is planned for the area bound by Narwonah Siding Road and Craigie Lea Lane, 6kms from Narromine along the McGrane Way. An extensive planning process will now commence, and formal public comment will be sought as the planning progresses. 



Media Contact: Narromine Shire Council, Mayor, Clr Craig Davies T: 0429 887 707