Geelong is undergoing a period of significant transformation in its economy, with corresponding changes in its relationship with the environment and identity. The ‘Turquoise Economy’ stems from one of the recommendations listed in the CfG’s Winning from Second report, which suggests Geelong could leverage its natural amenities through the mix of ‘green’ and ‘blue’ economic development, under the term ‘Turquoise Economy.’ Further research is currently underway.
Committee For Geelong
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus Level 2 Sally Walker Building
(entrance off Cunningham Street)
Geelong, Victoria, 3220
PO BOX 1418
GEELONG, VIC, 3220
The Committee for Geelong acknowledges the Wadawurrung People as the Traditional Owners of the lands, waters, seas and skies on which we operate. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander people as Australia’s First Nations people.