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Quarterly Economic Snapshot


Capricorn Enterprise has released its inaugural Capricorn Coast and Rockhampton Region Quarterly Economic Snapshot, in addition to our annual Economic Report. This first edition provides a regional overview of key statistics including from the first and second releases of the 2016 ABS Census. The snapshot also provides insight into a major regional development, with a focus on opportunities for regional businesses. Continue reading here.

2017/18 Annual Report

This Report is a comprehensive overview of Capricorn Enterprise's work and accomplishments in the 2017/18 financial year. We can be collectively proud of our achievements and we are well and truly on a growth trajectory in visitors, population and investment in the coming year and beyond, with $2.5 billion secured in local infrastructure projects to be commenced during 2018/19.
Read the AGM Report here...

What's On


Keep up to date with all the latest Events for 2018! - it's all here in our comprehensive Events Calendar.

WHO IS CAPRICORN ENTERPRISE?

Capricorn Enterprise is a not-for-profit, apolitical, membership based organisation. We are one of Queensland’s thirteen (13) official membership based Regional Tourism Organisations representing a large part of Central Queensland, from the Central Highlands in the west to the Keppel Islands in the east.We provide Economic Development support to regional industry in Rockhampton and the Capricorn Coast, acting as an independent voice for the business community. We also provide economic development services to Livingstone Shire Council.

The valuable contribution of Members makes it possible for Capricorn Enterprise to advocate across a broad section of Government and industry sectors to secure funding for major projects and support for essential infrastructure, investment and promotion of Capricorn and Southern Great Barrier Reef.

Our local government partners are Livingstone Shire Council and Central Highlands Regional Council. Capricorn Enterprise also works in close partnership with many local community and business groups, as well as State Industry Associations.