As part of Gascoyne Food Bowl Initiative, the Department is calling for expressions of interest for a rare horticultural land release in Carnarvon, matched with new water resources.
Located near Western Australia’s Gascoyne River, approximately 900km north of Perth, Carnarvon offers producers ideal subtropical climate conditions for horticultural production.
The region is an established industry known for growing a diverse range of fruit and vegetables, including bananas, mangoes and capsicum. The State and Federal Government have invested over $100million in recent years to secure water resources and make more land available for horticultural production.
Seven lots totalling 300 hectares of land north and south of the Carnarvon town centre are currently open for Expressions of Interest.
Expressions of Interest close 26 March 2021.
For more information, or to request the Expression of Interest package, contact the listing agent.
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