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Berrimah Industrial Estate


Four more construction projects are underway at Berrimah Industrial Estate.

And there are believed to be three more in the pipeline.

The latest work solidifies the modern business development’s position as Darwin’s best and most central commercial land and industrial precinct.

It has many advantages – but the most obvious is the mantra of real estate agents: location, location, location.

The master-planned 86-lot subdivision is the closest industrial land release to Darwin’s northern suburbs and East Arm and is located perfectly between Darwin city centre and Palmerston.

It sits parallel to the Stuart Highway, and is close to Darwin International Airport, Darwin Port and the AustralAsia railway terminal.

And Flightpath Road is complete, connecting directly to the northern suburbs.

“Berrimah Industrial Estate is only 10 minutes from all the key places in Greater Darwin,” says Group General Manager Matthew Moss.

An attractive 350 square metre office for France-based global company Schneider Electric, which has an annual turnover of $40 billion, is completed.

And an office and warehouse for Outback Stores is almost finished.

Rapid Clean, a cleaning chemical, janitorial and paper goods supplier owned by Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation, is building a 1200 square metre office and warehouse complex with land to expand.

And Territory-based marine electrical services company Frontier Marine is building a 480 square metre office and warehouse – and also has room to expand.

Tyremax will soon start construction of their 3200 square metre warehouse and office sitting on a lot of more than 6600 square metres.

A string of other high-profile businesses and agencies, including the Fisheries Division of the NT Department of Primary Industry and Resources, are already established in the industrial estate.

The sister developments work well together – Darwin Corporate Park has attracted many blue-chip tenants, such as the state-of-the-art Mazda dealership, Super A Mart, and Joyce Mayne, which in turn are attracting businesses to the industrial estate.

The developers offer many packages to businesses wanting to set up in Berrimah Industrial Estate, including a range of lot sizes, design, construct, buy and lease.

The 28,700 square metre stage 3B of the estate is to be titled soon.