Town Centre Land and Infrastructure Development

Town Centre Land Development

Batavia Coast Marina Stage 2

Batavia Coast Marina Stage 2 (BCM2) has seen the amalgamation for redevelopment of land previously owned by the City of Greater Geraldton, Mid West Development Commission, the Public Transport Authority of WA, and LandCorp into a six hectare precinct that aims to connect the Geraldton Central Business District and the Batavia Coast Marina waterfront.

An additional prime parcel of land, Lot 601, has become part of the overall Batavia Coast Marina Stage 2 project, expanding the development and improving the areas connectivity.

Once complete, BCM2 is anticipated to connect the city centers main areas of activity and offer a new mix of residential, commercial, retail and tourism developments with landscaped surrounds and public open space.

LandCorp, the City of Greater Geraldton, and the Mid West Development Commission form Batavia Coast Marina Stage 2 Steering Committee to deliver the developmen

Investment opportunity:

  • Technical Partnership
  • Supporting infrastructure; and
  • Construction.

Project Stage: Investor Ready

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Lot 601

Lot 601 and BCM2 are important, albeit undeveloped components in the City Centre of Geraldton. Activating these portions will support the "continuity" of the urban fabric between the historical City Centre, and other components.

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Other opportunities in this sector include:

Narngulu Industrial Estate

Narngulu Industrial Estate is located 12km south east of Geraldton, close to Geraldton airport and connected to the Geraldton Port by major road and rail infrastructure. Situated close to other industrial amenities Narngulu Industrial Estate comprises of 4.5 hectares (available for purchase as whole or part) of unserviced vacant land that is zoned general industry.

Fulfilling a need for large-scale general industrial land in the Mid West region, Narngulu Industrial Estate (NIE) has been specifically designed to accommodate businesses requiring lots greater than 1ha. It is ideal for transport, logistics and manufacturing businesses, particularly those supporting the mining industry.

Businesses within the NIE benefit from easy access to Geraldton Port, Geraldton Airport and potential access to Oakajee Industrial Estate via the proposed Oakajee-Narngulu Infrastructure Corridor (ONIC)

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Bluff Point

The future coastal residential development is proposed to include over 80 single homesites and two grouped housing lots, surrounded by heritage listed public open space that retains and preserves the historically significant 'Rail Cutting' as the sites former use accommodated both the Geraldton to Northampton and the Geraldton to Walkaway railway lines as well as the workers cottages.

Bluff Point is situated approximately 5 kilometres north of the Geraldton CBD on the south bank of the Chapman River, between the North West Coastal Highway and the Indian Ocean.

It is 2.5 kilometres from the Batavia Coast Marina, and 300 metres from the popular Champion Bay Beach. The western boundary is Chapman Road and the eastern boundary is the North West Coastal Highway.

Project Stage: Proposed development

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Geraldton Airport Technology Park

Stage 1 of the project enables the City to release around 30 lots of land, primarily for long-term leasing, each of around 2,000 square metres, along the newly constructed Avro Drive, ideally for technology and professional service businesses. The Park is not intended for industrial uses. The Geraldton Airport Technology Park consists of a the new Avro Drive from Deepdale Road through to Anson Link, connecting to Gordon Garratt Drive as part of the stage 1 release.

Stage 1 construction included the new roads, and installation of underground utility services, including power, water and telecommunications. New water supply and fire services mains extend to the airport terminal precinct along Gordon Garrett Drive. The Geraldton Airport Technology Park is set to support a strategic aviation hub and provide a range of aviation and non-aviation services. This development is of substantial regional significance and will form the benchmark for new commercial developments for the rest of the Mid West region. The Geraldton Airport Technology Park will be more sustainable than developments from the previous era, designed in an environmentally responsible way. The entire site is facilitated with fully serviced high speed fibre optic connectivity, making it an ideal spot for business operations.

Stage 1 of the Geraldton Airport Technology Park has 30 lots available for long term lease or direct purchase, seeking businesses within the following industries:

  • Aviation support
  • Logistics, transport and distribution
  • Commercial and passenger support activities
  • Office/Warehouse
  • Mining support and administration
  • Showroom/Warehouse
  • Vehicle, truck and equipment sales, servicing and hire
  • Other light industrial uses 

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