Take a Look at Mid West WA
There is so much to discover in the diverse Mid West region. A wealth of resources and natural beauty takes you on a journey through a range of industries. Here are a few examples:
Aboriginal culture thrives in the Mid West with localised Aboriginal language groups, collectively known as Yamatji. The collective includes the Amangu, Naaguja, Wadjarri, Nanda and Badimia groups. Additionally the region includes the Western Desert people known as the Martu people.
The Mid West hosts a rich diversity of industry and opportunity for investors. Join in this growing economy that comprises mining, tourism, fishing, agriculture industries and a wide array of mineral wealth comprising iron ore, mineral sands, talc, energy deposits, natural gas, silver, nickel and copper.
The Mid West and Gascoyne region:
The Gascoyne region stretches across some 600km of pristine, postcard-perfect coastline that borders the Indian Ocean. This includes:
The Gascoyne has a rich cultural heritage that shares this knowledge to all who visit ‘Gwoonwardu Mia’. This is the Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre, home to the five language groups, Yingarrda, Baiynuga, Thudgarri, Talnyi and Malganna.
The Gascoyne showcases a diverse economy with tourism playing the key role in wealth creation in conjunction with fishing, horticultural, mining and pastoralism. The strong growth of the tourism sector, good water resources and management of natural environment, encourages economic and social development in this region.
The Mid West Gascoyne region is comprised of 20 shires and the City of Greater Geraldton. Click below to learn about a particular local government: