Economic Overview

Warren Shire sits in the heart of the fertile Macquarie Valley in Central Western NSW.

Warren is a prosperous service centre for the surrounding area, with Gross Regional Product estimated at $171.22 Million.

The Warren region has a highly productive and diverse agricultural industry - excelling in the production of sheep, wool, cattle, grain and cotton. Irrigation for farming is sourced from the Macquarie River.

Agriculture is the largest employment sector followed by retail trade, education and training, health care and social assistance and public administration and safety.

Major freight routes intersect the Shire, including the Oxley Highway and the Mitchell Highway.

Economic Profile

For more details about the economy download the ‘Invest in the Warren Region’ guide or use the links below.

Invest in the Warren Region guide 2,631 KB

Regional NSW Investment Prospectus – Central West and Orana Regional Development Australia – Orana – Economy Profile