Now is the time to invest in Western Australia's Strategic Industrial Areas.
Planned, connected and available throughout Western Australia.
Led by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) and delivered by DevelopmentWA, Strategic Industrial Areas (SIAs) are industrial land areas designed for investment in downstream processing and other heavy or strategic industrial activities.
SIAs are located close to Western Australia’s abundant resources and connected to key infrastructure such as roads, rail and ports.
Investment in one of our SIAs could place you alongside some of the world’s largest resource companies, including Chevron, BP, Shell, Woodside, BHP Billiton or Yara.
As Australia’s predominant State for the export of gas, iron ore, petroleum and other minerals, Western Australia is well positioned to supply the Asian region and beyond.
Proponents interested in locating in an SIA should contact the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) or DevelopmentWA to discuss their project in more detail.
Come and invest in the economic powerhouse that is the State of Western Australia
A well-established strategic industrial estate offering land for heavy industry in close proximity to industrial and social infrastructure.
Comprising 2,500ha, this estate is strategically located to promote and facilitate the processing of WA’s natural resources.
The Ashburton North SIA comprises an 8,000 hectare land and port area southwest of Onslow.
Comprises 6,400ha, this SIA has the potential to service and support existing and future industries in the Mid West...
An industrial area planned to create heavy and strategic downstream processing opportunities in the Goldfields region.
The Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA) is one of Western Australia’s most important strategic heavy industrial precincts.
A Strategic Industrial Area providing land for the processing of natural resources in WA's South West.
Located 7km from Collie, this SIA is designed for the development of downstream coal-related industries.
This 80ha industrial area caters for a range of industries, including timber, farm produce and fishing.
A proposed onshore LNG precinct to enable the processing of natural gas from Browse Basin gas fields off the west Kimberley coast.