Business and Economic Development
Moyne Shire's economic landscape is diverse, exciting and bountiful. We have two officers working on Economic Development across the Shire. Feel free to contact us with your enquiry:
Our key sectors:
Rich volcanic land and regular rainfall are the basis of our thriving agricultural industry. Primarily dairy and cattle farming, Moyne Shire is also home to sheep, aquaculture and fishing businesses, market and vegetable gardeners and boutique producers of poultry, pork and buffalo cheese, among other products.
See the Great South Coast Food and Fibre Strategy for an excellent overview of the region's current agricultural scene and vision for the future of this vital local sector.
With stunning coastal landscapes and unique, friendly townships, Moyne enjoys a vibrant and growing tourism industry. World-class festivals and events combine old-school charm with high quality experiences celebrating food, music, arts, history and natural environment. We are also home to two incredible Aboriginal sites - Tower Hill and Budj Bim - full of ancient culture and abundantly beautiful in indigenous flora and fauna.
Meet locals and makers, take a visual trip with local photographers, sample some music, Irish culture or cruise along the rail trails and tracks for outdoor adventures.
Major projects and construction
In recent years, Moyne has become something of a renewable energy hotspot attracting large scale wind farm projects. Other recent major projects in the shire include the Mortlake Saleyards, Halladale gas exploration works and Port Fairy wharf development.