Darwin Business Park

Location: East Arm, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Project proponent: Land Development Corporation - land owner

Sector: Industrial / commercial

Investment type: Industrial land

Project status: Investory ready

Project description

The 200 hectare Darwin Business Park is strategically located close to the Darwin Port’s East Arm Wharf, Marine Supply Base and the Australasia Railway.

Zoned DV for strategic industrial uses, this is a prime location for businesses engaged in the Territory’s growing oil and gas, marine, trade and logistics industries.

Premium NBN ready industrial lots are currently for sale with a new land release now available.

Aerial view of Darwin Business Park

The Darwin Business Park has lots ranging in size from 8000 square metres to five hectares.

To date, over $320 million has been invested in private buildings and facilities within the Darwin Business Park.

Blue chip national and international tenants with a substantial presence in the park include 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; ConocoPhillips and Shell Prelude LNG production facilities.

Project proponent

As the Northern Territory Government’s strategic land developer, the Land Development Corporation plays a crucial role in planning for economic growth and development of the Northern Territory, in a commercial manner.

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

Land Development Corporation

Phone: +61 8 8944 0900

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