The Gascoyne Recovery Plan will focus on getting local people back to work and includes major investment in construction, tourism, manufacturing, hospitality, renewable energy, education and training and agriculture.
Under the WA Government’s revamped Buy Local policy, local businesses will be better positioned and supported to carry out this work.
While strengthening the Gascoyne region’s health and community infrastructure is a vital component of the WA Recovery Plan.
The plan also includes installing Battery Energy Storage Systems to allow more customers to install rooftop solar systems and reduce their power bills, including $7.8 million for Exmouth, $5.8 million for Carnarvon and $600,000 for Gascoyne Junction.
Gascoyne residents will also benefit from the WA Government’s $25 million for free TAFE short courses to upskill thousands of Western Australians, with the Job Ready Basics Skill Set being offered from Central Regional TAFE’s Carnarvon campus, and $32 million to expand the Lower fees, local skills program and significantly reduce fees across 39 high priority courses.
The Gascoyne Recovery Plan includes a focus on driving investment in renewable energy and new technologies, to create sustainable jobs.
For more information, please visit: https://www.wa.gov.au/government/announcements/launch-of-gascoyne-recovery-plan-part-of-wa-recovery-plan
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