Home to almost 20,000 people, Horsham supports more than 10,000 local jobs and has an annual economic output of $2.686 billion.
Main employment opportunities
Horsham has a growing business base and an increasing workforce.
Horsham’s economy is largely driven by agriculture, particularly dry land broadacre farming and livestock grazing, and the nationally-acclaimed agricultural research centre, the Grains Innovation Park, is based in Horsham.
While farming is a significant contributor towards the city’s economy, health care and social assistance remains as Horsham’s largest employment sector.
A large sector of the community is also employed within the following areas: Industry, Commercial business, Food manufacturing, Construction, Public sector, Education, Tourism and Retail.
Horsham is strategically located at the junction of the Western, Wimmera and Henty Highways. The Melbourne-Adelaide railway line, which passes through Horsham and has the Wimmera Intermodal Freight Hub at Dooen.
For further information contact: Horsham Rural City Council at [email protected]
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