Orion Industrial Park meets growing demand for key industrial land

  • More than half of available land in Stage 1 under contract after release brought forward to meet demand
  • 95ha estate ideally located to service the Australian Marine Complex and Rockingham-Kwinana industrial areas
  • Development of the first release of land at Orion Industrial Park is expected to create up to 471 jobs during the construction process.
  • Once fully built-out and operational, Stage 1 is expected to generate a further 881 ongoing jobs and contribute $325 million each year to the Western Australian economy.

Perth’s newest industrial estate has been met with a strong response from businesses, with half of available land launched to market in mid-2021 already under contract.

Stage 1 at Orion Industrial Park, located halfway between Fremantle and Kwinana, offered a total of 19 General Industrial lots of up to 5.6ha.

The release of the 28ha first stage was brought forward in response to growing demand for land in Western Australia’s premier industrial corridor, following the sell out of DevelopmentWA’s nearby Flinders Precinct.

A total of 14.8ha of land in Stage 1 is now under contract, with buyers including a mixture of owner-occupiers and build to lease developers.

Remaining lots in Stage 1 are sized from 2,704sqm up to 2.1ha, and can be amalgamated to suit individual requirements. Stage 1 construction is underway, with titles expected to be issued from late 2022.

Development of the first release of land at Orion Industrial Park is expected to create up to 471 jobs during the construction process.

Once fully built-out and operational, Stage 1 is expected to generate a further 881 ongoing jobs and contribute $325 million each year to the Western Australian economy.

Orion Industrial Park is ideally located to service the world-class Australian Marine Complex and the broader surrounding precinct – offering a significant strategic advantage to businesses in the freight, logistics, warehousing, fabrication and engineering industries.

The estate, the second to be delivered within the 1,400ha Latitude 32 Industry Zone, will accommodate a variety of land uses including general and light industrial,  service and trade display.

The 95ha Park, which is located on the former Cockburn Cement Quarry, will be connected to key transport routes and provide access to the Australian Marine Complex, Kwinana Industrial Area, Rockingham Industry Zone and the Kwinana bulk terminal and planned container port in Cockburn Sound

On completion, Orion Industrial Park is expected to attract approximately 100 additional businesses to the industrial corridor stretching south of Fremantle.

For more information on Orion Industrial Park, visit developmentwa.com.au/orion

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