Darwin Business Park
Location: East Arm Peninsula, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Project proponent: Land Development Corporation - land owner
Sector: Industrial / commercial
Investment type: Industrial land
Project status: Investory ready
The Darwin Business Park is at the forefront of the Northern Territory’s major projects in a region that is rapidly expanding. Darwin Business Park is a 100ha precinct strategically located close to the Darwin Port, AustralAsia Railway and Darwin City. Zoned DV for Development use, lots at the Darwin Business Park will particularly suit businesses engaged in the NT’s growing oil and gas, mining, transport and logistics industries.
Titled land, with all service connections including power, water and telecommunications, is currently available for sale. Lots range in size from one hectare and prices start at AU$2 million. Future stages of the business park include Darwin Business Park North with approximately 14 serviced lots, ranging in size from one hectare to 1.6 hectare.
To date an estimated AU$300 million of private investment in infrastructure development has already been committed in the Darwin Business Park. The park is also home to five top 100 ASX listed companies and many other influential local, national and international companies.
As the Northern Territory Governments strategic land developer the Land Development Corporation plays a crucial role in planning for economic growth and development of the Northern Territory. The corporation aims to deliver strategic land and investment opportunities to the Northern Territory market in a commercial manner.
Land Development Corporation
Phone: +61 8 8944 0905
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