What is the Jabiru Business Case

The Jabiru Business Case is a high-level tourism and economic development study that provides a comprehensive economic plan for the future of Jabiru. The Jabiru Business Case was developed by the Stafford Strategy Consultancy Group who were commissioned by GAC on behalf of the Traditional Owners.

The Jabiru Masterplan is the foundation document underpinning the Jabiru Business Case. The Jabiru Business Case outlines a pathway for capital investment in Jabiru to grow tourism in both Jabiru and Kakadu.

The Business Case outlines key investments for creating the circumstances to secure Jabiru’s future economic viability.

These include:

  • A Bininj Development and Resource Centre to cater for all Indigenous groups from around the region;
  • A World Heritage Interpretative and Visitors Centre to be a more accessible headquarters and to showcase the Park’s natural and cultural values;
  • 5 star tourist accommodation not currently available to the Park;
  • A new Government Services and Retail Centre.

The Jabiru Business Case included a visual representation of proposed developments in the Jabiru Footprint aerial image

Last updated: 11 June 2019

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