Special Activation Precincts offer investors an opportunity to capitalise on future growth in engine industries by developing in master-planned regional sites with unparalleled connections to national and international markets. Our world-class precincts will have approved master plans and government funded infrastructure, while offering collaboration and innovation opportunities supported by a dedicated business concierge. Investors will have access to fast-track planning approvals and benefit from the onsite circular economy principles.


Creating Australia’s largest inland port

The Parkes precinct will cover an area of 4,800 hectares, located at the only junction of Australia’s two rail spines, the Inland Rail and the Trans-Australia Railway.

Already home to the National Logistics Hub, the precinct’s location will provide suppliers access to 80 per cent of Australia’s markets within 12 hours by road or rail, allowing local products to be delivered across Australia and around the world.

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A sustainable hub of high value production and manufacturing

The Wagga Wagga precinct will cover an area of approximately 4,500 hectares, including 300 hectares already developed as part of the Bomen Business Park.

This highly accessible precinct, which will incorporate the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub (RiFL) will create incredible domestic and international growth opportunities for existing businesses and new investors in the region.

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A thriving business hub in the centre of Australia’s most productive grain region

At NSW’s northern gateway, the Moree precinct will support the diversification of its strong agricultural economy by building on its connection to country and sustainable water endowments.

Planning for the Moree precinct is underway with the master plan expected to be complete in 2021.

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Increasing year-round tourism to this stunning region

Investigations for this precinct will focus on the opportunity for Jindabyne to become Australia’s alpine capital by increasing year-round adventure and ecotourism in the region.

A boundary for the Special Activation Precinct will be proposed when a draft masterplan is delivered in early 2021.

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Creating a defence and aerospace hub

The Williamtown precinct will build on the NSW Government’s existing investment into the Astra Aerolab and create highly-skilled, long-term job opportunities that will attract investors, and strengthen the region’s economy.

The master planning process will investigate more than 10,000 hectares of land within the Port Stephens Local Government Area, including Newcastle Airport and its surrounds.

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We partner to bring to life world-class and sustainable economic precincts


Linfox freight trains in Parkes


Special Activation Precincts build upon the competitive and industry strengths of each region


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Our precincts challenge conventional thinking about industrial parks

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We’re growing and connecting regional NSW

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