• A place of discovery
  • A vibrant and diverse economy
  • Family focused communities
  • Wide Open Spaces
  • An adventure playground

Discover the Wheatbelt

A growing region of opportunity

The Wheatbelt Development Commission website is the perfect way for you to find out about our amazing region.

Discover opportunity waiting for you in the Wheatbelt's vibrant economy. Join the growing number of clever people who make the Wheatbelt innovative and strong.

Learn about the many liveable communities where the lifestyle is relaxed, safe and community-focused and soak up the valued natural amenity that makes the Wheatbelt unique.

Wheatbelt Blueprint

The Wheatbelt is a region of enormous opportunity.  It’s proximity to markets, diverse productive landscapes; strong economic base, its people and their strong sense of community are all foundations for growth.

The Wheatbelt Regional Investment Blueprint articulates a vision for the Region and provides a framework to guide future growth.

The Wheatbelt Blueprint will be open for public comment from Friday, 23 May 2014 to Friday 18 July 2014. The Blueprint and related documents can be viewed on the Blueprint publications page.

The Wheatbelt Development Commission recently hosted a regional road show to present the Wheatbelt Blueprint for public comment. Download the presentation (1MB pdf).

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News

New Strategic Plan for Wheatbelt Health Group

August 6, 2014
The vision of the Wheatbelt Health MOU Group is to achieve high quality innovative health services to meet the needs of Wheatbelt residents and visitors. The MOU Group recently signed off on a new strategic plan to guide its work into the future.

More Wheatbelt Snapshots Released

July 31, 2014
The Wheatbelt Snapshot Series is a collection of research publications that summarise the state of critical services and/or infrastructure in the Wheatbelt and identify key development issues.

Ageing in the Bush Update

July 31, 2014
Regional Western Australia is leading the way in finding innovative ways to enable older people to remain in their communities for as long as possible.