The George Town Council is committed to growing the industrial base of the region by providing smooth and efficient services not only to the current businesses and industry in the region but to those seeking to establish or relocate here. The Council prides itself on being progressive and ‘easy-to-do-business’ with.
Bound by Bass Strait to the north and the Tamar River to the west, the George Town municipality is diverse and represents a key gateway into Tasmania.
Encompassing the administrative centre of George Town, the agricultural areas of Pipers River including the renowned Pipers Brook vineyard, the Bell Bay Industrial region with its light and heavy industries, the historic Low Head precinct and a number of alluring coastal settlements, George Town municipality has much to offer business, industry and their employees.
In terms of liveability, it is hard to believe a region covering approximately 65 000 hectares can offer so much. Appealing rural-urban living options are enhanced by easy access to facilities such as banks, restaurants, shops, schools and the George Town district hospital.
Often understated in its beauty, the region hides stretches of remarkable coastland and beaches, while showcasing idyllic agricultural land producing premium wine, berries and cheeses. Those looking for rest and recreation are spoilt for choice. Our people are welcoming and resourceful.
The area has a rich historical past and an exciting industrial present and future. Investors, residents and visitors are offered many opportunities for business, work, or leisure.