Move your business
to a city that's growing

There has never been a better time to invest in Perth. One look at our skyline and it's easy to see the world-class infrastructure being delivered, significant private redevelopment, and potential for future growth.

This once-in-a-lifetime transformation has given rise to new opportunities for businesses like yours to make their serious business move into Perth city.

The smart investment

PERTH SHARES A TIMEZONE WITH

60%

of the world's population

Direct flights to

London
commencing
in March 2018

Perth ranked

#1

for its Foreign Direct Investment strategy in the
Asia-Pacific

  • Perth's
    future
    landscape

    Just a few of the significant developments
    shaping the city.

    // Elizabeth Quay
  • Yagan Square

    $75m development
    Premier public space for key events
    Green spaces, permanent markets and native gardens
    Opening early 2018
    Yagan Square
  • Perth Stadium

    60,000 seat, world-class, multi-purpose stadium
    Located on the banks of the Swan River
    Opening early 2018
    Perth Stadium
  • Westin Hotel

    $500m development
    Five-star luxury hotel
    An active public space and central hub
    for the city’s east end
    Opening mid-2018
    Westin Hotel, Perth
  • Raine Square

    $240m redevelopment
    Restored heritage buildings and activated laneways
    12 screen cinema
    Raine Square

See who's
shaping Perth

Hear from industry leaders on the growth potential of key sectors
and the unique opportunities available in the city.

Miranda Taylor
RESOURCES & ENERGY

We’re headquartered here in Perth as Perth is the resource and energy centre for Australia.

Miranda Taylor

CEO, National Energy Resources Australia

Philip Payne
EDUCATION

Students want to be where the action is and if we want to be accessible to students it's important that we're in the city centre.

Philip Payne

Executive Director, StudyPerth

Peter Leedman
MEDICAL

Innovation is being encouraged and taught and Western Australia is maximising that.

Professor Peter Leedman

Director, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research