Western Australia has launched a major new project to help boost investment and create jobs by cutting unnecessary red tape in the vital eco and nature-based tourism sector.
This important project comes after the Turnbull Government last week struck a landmark agreement with state and territory governments for a new National Business Simplification Initiative.
The WA Government’s 90 Day Regulatory Mapping project is part of the state’s strategy to achieve rapid, meaningful reforms to support business, create jobs and diversify the economy.
The project will involve the state and federal governments working together to find ways to cut red tape and reduce duplication in legislation at state and national levels.
It is designed to benefit eco and nature-based tourism – which is one of Western Australia’s major growth areas.
Improving conditions for business is a key priority to support a strong economy, a strong budget and growth in productivity and jobs.
Launched last week, the Turnbull Government’s National Business Simplification Initiative is designed to reduce the complexity of regulation for businesses and make dealings with government easier.
The initiative will help businesses save time and money, allowing them to focus on their businesses and families rather than on overly complex government processes and regulations.
By making it simpler to do business, we’re helping existing businesses to grow by removing the barriers to new business creation, which in turn allows innovation to flourish and, most importantly, creates more jobs.