Broad growth across a range of sectors on the back of strong population growth typifies the Casey Cardinia region’s economic track record over the last 10 or so years; in 2016, the region's Gross Regional Product (GRP) totalled $10.5 billion, which represents 2.8% of Victoria’s Gross State Product (GSP).

The region’s strongest industrial sectors are those suited to supporting strong populations and continuing growth, such as construction, retail trade, education/ training and health care/ social assistance operators in the area.

The Casey Cardinia region has numerous competitive advantages that provide a compelling case for any business.


If your proposed development is within the City of Casey, visit the City of Casey’s website for more information.