In recent decades, Western Australia’s richness in natural resources and proximity to Asian markets has made the state a natural partner in supporting economic growth in the Asian region. This synergy underpins sound trade with China, Japan and South Korea and has attracted significant investment by global companies in iron ore and LNG production.  

Not only is the Western Australian Government planning to increase export infrastructure to meet these and future demands, but it’s also investing in urban and regional infrastructure to meet the demands of a growing population.
Western Australia is a vast land mass of 2,529,875km2, nearly ten times the size of New Zealand, and has a population of two-and-a-half million people. Western Australians enjoy a high quality of life supported by sound institutions and quality government services. 

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