Greater Shepparton: Greater Living, Greater Investment

Thursday 19 April, 11am - 4.30pm

A unique opportunity to find out the reasons why Greater Shepparton is one of the most progressive regional cities to invest and live.

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Greater Shepparton: The Great Life!
Find out all the reasons why the regional city of Greater Shepparton is THE place to live.

Greater Shepparton offers the charm of a regional lifestyle combined with all the big city facilities. Everything you need is just around the corner, and it takes no time to get there.

Offering an enviable lifestyle, university options, premiere housing estates, and all the must have facilities, coupled with a vibrant diverse culture makes living and working here unique.

But don’t just take our word for it, hear from major employers, leaders and residents about the advantages of living and working in Greater Shepparton.

Topics: education, affordable housing, good food & wine, local leadership, jobs, sport, art & culture.

Panelists: Sue Nalder – Head of Campus La Trobe Univerity Shepparton, Kevin Hicks Real Estate, iconic employer SPC, Alice Tallis - Tallis Wines, Mayor of Greater Shepparton Cr Kim O’Keffe and new resident Seema Abdullah.

Greater Shepparton: Open for Business
Find out how Greater Shepparton will give your business the competitive edge. Australia’s foodbowl is home to a $2 billion dollar irrigation system and iconic brands such as SPC and Campbell’s, with entrepreneurs making up 32% of the business sector.

Topics: accommodation, solar, CBD revitalisation, GV Link, airport development, horticulture, small business growth, GV Health redevelopment, international exposure.

Panellists include: Adam Furphy from iconic Furphy Engineering, Nathan Carkeek ANZ Regional Executive, Rob Priestly Director Gouge Linen and Garment Services, Geraldine Christou Director Economic Development, Shepparton Chamber of Commerce, Alice Tallis - Tallis Wines and Mick Lewis Direct at Spiire.

Goulburn Murray Irrigation District and the Murray Darling Basin Plan
Water policy is the most critical aspect impacting on the viability of the Goulburn and Murray Valleys of northern Victoria, both from the perspective of balancing long-term health of our rivers and the economic activity associated with irrigated agriculture. The Murray Darling Basin Plan has led to significant change in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District, and adaptive management towards the balance intended by the Plan creates challenges for future planning and investment.

A panel consisting of David McKenzie, valuer with Opteon and Co-Chair of the GMID Water Leadership Forum, Frank Fissler, who heads up the Goulburn Murray Water’s $2 billion irrigation renewal ‘Connections’ project, and Chris Norman, who as CEO of the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is responsible for the use of environmental water in the Goulburn River will discuss these issues.

Shepparton Art Museum and regional renewal through creativity
Art and culture have a unique role in regional communities, whether it be through musical groups, theatre or visual arts. Greater Shepparton is embarking on an audacious project to develop a significant art museum on the edge of the Goulburn River’s red gum forest. Housing a significant private collection of Australian indigenous art, and with a bold design by renowned architects Denton Corker Marshall, the Shepparton Art Museum sets a course toward economic, social and cultural renewal.

A panel consisting of Carrillo Gantner AO, Chairman of the Sidney Myer Fund and a passionate advocate and philanthropic supporter of the project and Rebecca Coates, Director of the Shepparton Art Museum, will discuss the project and its place in regional development through the arts.

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