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  • Above Average Scores - A third of the Central Coast Grammar School’s Year 12 students achieve ATARs over 90.  
  • Available land - 55% of the region’s 2,030 hectares of zoned industrial land is undeveloped.
  • Connect to market - Reach 4.9 million consumers within a 90-minute drive.
  • Countless opportunities - The region has potential and offers great business opportunities. 
  • Demand for homes - Residents to the Central Coast will need 36,800 new homes by 2031. 
  • Employment growth - It is projected that there will be a need for 30,750 new jobs by 2031. 
  • Food and beverage leaders - Cordina Chicken Farms PTY Ltd, Ingham Australia, Coca-Cola Amatil, Mars Food Australia, McCain Foods, Eastcoast Juices and Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing Company have facilities in the region.
  • It’s easy – Everything is near, everything is simple.
  • It’s the future - With lower operational costs and qualified, flexible and creative people, it’s the perfect environment to do great business.
  • Population growth - The population is expected to grow by 64,250 over the next 20 years. 
  • Proximity to market - Located midway between Melbourne and Brisbane, the Central Coast is linked by an extensive road and rail network.
  • Quality of life - The mild climate, golden beaches and people are welcoming on the Central Coast. 
  • World-class health services - Two major hospitals with a wide range of inpatient and outpatient public health services in both hospital and community settings.

Its appeal is obvious – liveable communities, the natural environment, relatively affordable housing, close proximity to Sydney and Newcastle, great services and natural attractions.