Industry, manufacturing and business all have access to major rail and road networks.
These transport networks, including access to the Goulburn Valley and Midland highways, have been further boosted in recent times with the commitment by the New South Wales (NSW) and Victorian (VIC) governments to building a second bridge crossing over Lake Mulwala at Yarrawonga to cope with the increased truck freight and tourist-related traffic across the border.
Announcement of the upgrade of the Oaklands (NSW) to Benalla (VIC) freight rail line to standard gauge will secure the viability of the region’s grain growers and allow improved access to important east coast rail routes.
A new terminal has recently been built at Yarrawonga Aerodrome. With 48 hangars and management on site at all times, the airport has up to 1,000 movements per month.