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Regional Development Victoria



Economic Profile

The Hume Region

The Hume region is expansive and diverse, running from central Victoria up to the Murray River and across to the north-west of the state. The region encompasses more than a quarter of Victoria and being ‘north of the divide’ boasts a warm and sunny climate. It includes a diversity of heritage cities and towns, a range of employment opportunities, services, great food and wine and recreational opportunities centered on the Murray River and unique forest environments.

Because of the region’s size and diversity, it is often considered as two sub-regions, the north and the south, which reflects the different challenges and opportunities they each face.

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Online Economic Modelling & Analysis

Hume Regional Development Australia has provided state and local government staff in the Hume region access to the full suite of REMPLAN resources including reports, impacts, mapping, tourism, gap analysis and workforce data.

Public access is now available to view economic profiles that detail industry contributions to employment, output, wages and salaries, exports and imports in the region. These profiles provide valuable insights into the region's workforce and assist in capturing the value of tourism for the local economy.

Visit www.economicprofile.com.au/humeregion to view the economic profile of the region.

If you require additional information, simply contact the state or local government contacts listed on the website for assistance with more detailed economic modelling and analysis.



© Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, State Government of Victoria

http://www.rdv.vic.gov.au/regional-development-australia/hume/economic-profile

Last Updated: 23 February 2017