A proper town has a proper plan. A town plan has land for living, land for shops and offices, land for schools and clinics, land for workshops and warehouses and land for recreation and culture.
Proper planning also involves the community and traditional owners deciding how their town is developed.
Major remote towns will provide services to all people living in that region, just like regional centres elsewhere in Australia.
People from the surrounding region will access schools, police stations, courts, health services, aged care and disability facilities, the Internet and good transport options in their regional town.
People will travel to town from homelands and other towns to go to work, go to school, shop, see friends and see a doctor.
In order to have services like any other country town, remote towns will need proper infrastructure – including water, sewerage, electricity and community facilities.
Our towns will have decent roads that help people to get to work and school. They will also have good Internet access that will attract new businesses and connect our remote towns to anywhere in the world.
If you want to know more about major remote towns, you can call us on 08 8999 6122.