Darwin Business Park

Location: East Arm, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Sector: Industrial / commercial

Investment type: Greenfield

Project status: Investor ready

The opportunity

Darwin Business Park is a 200 hectare estate located close to East Arm Wharf, Marine Industry Park and the Berrimah Freight Terminal.

Zoned DV for strategic industrial uses, the Darwin Business Park is a premier location for companies involved in gas, marine, trade and logistics industries with land available from 8000 to 27 000 square metres only 15 minutes from Darwin CBD.

Flexible tenure arrangements

Darwin Business Park offers flexible tenure arrangements including development agreements convertible to freehold, long term ground leases and licences for short term needs.

Aerial view of Darwin Business Park

Why the Territory

Darwin is closest Australian capital city to the Asian market connected by a 24/7 international airport and functional deep water port.

Darwin Business Park is located within the East Arm Logistics Precinct and is central to all amenities including the Darwin Port and Marine Industry Park.

To date, over $320 million has been invested in private buildings and facilities within the Darwin Business Park and includes blue chip national and international tenants: ASCO, Altus, Vopak, Toll, Linfox, Metcash, Qube and Northline.

The Darwin Business Park is also home to major oil and gas supply bases for INPEX Ichthys, Santos, and Shell Prelude Liquefied Natural Gas production facilities.

Map showing Darwin Business Park in relation to the East Arm Logistics Precinct, Transport Industry Precinct, Middle Arm Industrial Precinct, the gas plants and Darwin CBD

Contact details

Hannah Barraza
Business Director
Land Development Corporation
Phone: +61 8 8944 0900
enquiries@landdevcorp.com.au
landdevcorp.com.au

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