Don't miss your chance to create a tailored lot in Stage 2
Part of the multi-million-dollar Transform Peel project, Peel Business Park in Nambeelup is a strategically located industrial estate designed with a focus on agri-innovation and sustainability.
Registrations of Interest for Peel Business Park new release close this June.
Construction commencing, funding for the agri-innovation precinct and the appointment of a consortium led by Peel Renewable Energy (formerly known as Enwave Australia) to develop a one of a kind renewable energy microgrid to power the industrial estate have been important milestones for the Transform Peel project partners who include;
- DevelopmentWA's Industrial Lands Authority
- Peel Development Commission
- Department Primary Industries and Regional Development
- Department of Water and Environmental Regulation
- Shire of Murray
- and the City of Mandurah
The Peel Business Park has a focus on building opportunity through industry. It will be a place of productivity; where business, industry, training, research and development come together, invigorating the Peel region.
Learn more about our project partners by viewing some video interviews.
As the land development agency for the Western Australian Government, the Peel Business Park forms part of our vision to deliver strategic industrial land that supports the economic development and growth of Western Australia.
Located just 70km south of Perth in the Shire of Murray, lies the Peel region, home to diverse natural resources and a wealth of business and surrounding agricultural industry. Strategically placed 10km north-east of Mandurah, Western Australia's largest regional city, the Peel Business Park is the gateway to the Peel agriculture region.
This 1,000-hectare estate Business Park is the first of three stages in the integrated Transform Peel initiative; encompassing the 42,000 hectare Peel Food Zone and the Peel Integrated Water initiative, each funded by the State Government. It will provide the ideal home for agri-food and agri-processing operators, as well as ancillary light, general transport and logistic industries.
It will be equipped with water, power, sewer, gas and telecommunications services to maximise efficiency and sustainability. Peel Business Park will also have a one of a kind renewable energy industrial microgrid providing clean, green energy to Park customers, delivering an expected saving of around 30% when compared to regulated bundled tariffs. Find out more about the Microgrid here
Its convenient position, east of the Kwinana Freeway, will provide easy access to the southern corridor and Perth Metropolitan area, as well as the South West and the ports of Kwinana, Bunbury and Fremantle, in addition to airports.
Peel Business Park will provide unlimited potential to forward-thinking investors and developers who want to get in on the ground floor of the region's development.
An environmentally sustainable estate
Peel Business Park has been nationally recognised by the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) as an environmentally sustainable development.
A Centre of Excellence
Created by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES), and the first of its kind in Australia, the all-new Bushfire Centre of Excellence, located in Stage 1 of the Peel Business Park, officially opened in January 2021.
The Centre's approach is to harness lessons learned and to promote the best from academia, science and Aboriginal traditional land practices. The centre has specialist indoor and outdoor training facilities, collaboration spaces and an interpretive learning centre to help the community better understand bushfires.