Australia TradeCoast comprises of the largest supply of future industrial land in Brisbane.
Within the Australia TradeCoast region, 1,300 hectares of land is planned for sustainable release and development to 2026. The region is made up of 32 industry precincts with prime land adaptable to a diverse range of industries. Australia TradeCoast has thousands of hectares of privately owned industrial land, offering the ideal mix of freehold and leasing opportunities across mixed use, light industry, general industry, and heavy industry zoned areas.
The Brisbane Airport Corporation has nine distinct commercial precincts over 2,700 hectares that have been developed specifically to accommodate freight warehousing and distribution centres, corporate offices, hotels and tourism, retail and recreation, and aviation research, education and training facilities.
The Port of Brisbane comprises 6.5 kilometres of quayline, 1,047 hectares of land holdings and 999 hectares of wet land. The Port of Brisbane has also constructed the Future Port Expansion in deep water at the end of Fisherman Islands to provide an additional 235 hectares of land for terminals and back-up land for warehousing. The Port is also reclaiming land at Port West which comprises approximately 80 hectares of vacant strategic port land along the riverfront at Lytton.
The TradeCoast Central Precinct includes 120 hectares of master planned industrial community and corporate office park.