As one of the fastest growing regions in Australia, the Casey Cardinia region represents a new frontier for business growth and exciting opportunities. On average, over 60,000 people have moved to the region each year since 2003. The region’s competitive advantages - location, workforce, business and lifestyle - will ensure it enjoys sustained, steady development into the future.
Bunjil Place welcomed over 2,000 visitors on the Queen's Birthday long weekend when the City of Casey hosted its first Chinese exhibition - Revisiting Han Dynasty...
Berwick software engineer Dr Saiyi Li and his colleagues are using their tech skills to help improve the lives of those with movement disorders. Dr Li is one of the brains behind tech start-up Bayes Tech, a tele-rehabilitation platform...
Imagine3D specialise in delivering 3D renders, animations, 2D and 3D floor plans, location plans and project marketing materials to their wide client base - which they feel supported to do from their home business in Berwick...
Shelley Flett is an expert in leadership development and team performance, with over a decade of experience in operations and call centres across banking and telecommunications...
Our region is centrally located to Victoria’s major activity centres including Melbourne's CBD, airport and ports, along key transport corridors and benefits from having two rail lines for Pakenham and Cranbourne.
Owners who choose to invest in our region are spoilt for choice when it comes to staffing their business, with opportunities to access more than 150,000 residents who have skills across a range of sectors.
Strong confidence in our region from both the public and private sectors attracts more than $1 billion in residential and commercial investments annually, which presents exciting new opportunities for local businesses.
Our award-winning open spaces and residential estates attract more than 225 new residents each week. There’s an abundance of family-friendly facilities including the new Bunjil Place which is due to open this October.