For the past decade, the Gross Regional Product in the Kimberley has been estimated in between $2 and $4 billion, representing approximately 1 to 3 per cent of the Gross State Product.
The Kimberley is larger than many countries, culturally and environmentally unique and intact, naturally and economically gifted but undeveloped, sparsely populated but close to the rapidly developing and growing population centres of Asia.
The Kimberley region has an increasingly diverse regional economy, with opportunities in many industries including; mining, construction, tourism, retail, agriculture, and rangelands. There are also challenges to the growth of the Kimberley including housing, health and well being; and education and training.
A range of statistics are available within this section of the website. Our publication Kimberley Economic Snapshot also contains a broad range of information regarding the economic activity of the Kimberley. Under our Economic Profile section, we present and analyse a number of Kimberley statistics, divided into the categories above.
For more information or queries regarding statistics for the Kimberley please contact our Manager, Research, Analysis and Economics on 9148 2100.