The arable tracts of land around Braidwood ensure it is a leading location for agricultural production, particularly cattle, but also in burgeoning niche markets including black garlic and truffle industries.
A 60-minute drive down the dramatic green escarpment will have you at the NSW South Coast and some of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast of Australia..
Braidwood attracts creatives; it is home to a high concentration of artisans and people looking to invest in a family lifestyle, within an environment full of heritage and character.
With a creative energy so prevalent amongst its residents, it is no surprise that the businesses of Braidwood have an innovative spirit.
From sustainable agriculture, to groundbreaking collaborations across industries, it is innovation that keeps local enterprise ahead of the curve.
From its beginnings in the 1830s, Braidwood has maintained strong, visible and practical ties to its heritage, offering a unique 'brand' for local businesses to identify with.
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A innovative and collaborative business environment, in a town full of living history and creative inspiration; that's the promise when your business is located in Braidwood.
With access to markets and labour locally, on the South Coast and in Canberra, commercial activity is thriving and has a promising future. The local business community is a blend of old and new; where long-term enterprises stand side-by-side with startups.
Surrounding Braidwood are colourful agricultural villages including Nerriga, Majors Creek and Araluen; communities with a rich history and a bright future.
Watch our Invest Braidwood video to learn more about how you can grow your business in this beautiful historic town.