Complementing the growth of industrial sectors which are important to the area’s economy, Edinburgh Parks is ideally located at the northern end of Adelaide’s Northern Economic Corridor and benefits from B-double access to Adelaide’s upgraded expressway system through the Northern Expressway and the Northern Connector.
The site is also within easy access to the interstate main rail line through the SCT Direk Intermodal terminal and is just 30 kilometres from Adelaide Airport.
The estate features three completed precincts – East, West and South – with limited allotments remaining, however combined parcels of over 10ha can still be secured. The completed precincts offer high quality industrial-grade roads, services and access to a significant employee base.
Renewal SA is currently in the process of finalising its planning for a fourth precinct, the North precinct. This precinct is expected to deliver flexible allotment sizes ranging from 2,500m2 to 2.8 hectares, with combined parcels of 5 hectares or larger also possible. The North Precinct will offer the same high-quality roads and services that Edinburgh Parks is known for.
For defence-related businesses
The Edinburgh Parks Industrial Estate is in close proximity to RAAF Base Edinburgh which is one of only two defence super-bases in Australia. Home to more than 6,500 personnel* from the Australian Army and the Royal Australian Air Force, the base is the centre of the nation’s military intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and electronic warfare capabilities.
The Australian Government has made significant investments in RAAF Base Edinburgh in recent years, and it is expected that this investment and the operational capabilities it generates will continue to grow. In recognition of the key role that private sector involvement will continue to play in supporting defence capabilities, the Edinburgh Parks Industrial Estate offers an unrivalled position from which to support defence in South Australia.
For food manufacturing businesses
Under the Northern Adelaide Food Park initiative, Edinburgh Parks became home to a range of food and beverage processors, manufacturers, food packaging specialists, cold-chain suppliers and logistic and transport companies.
New food-related businesses can now leverage the opportunities of co-locating with these established tenants, improving their potential to export, collaborate and build productivity through economies of scale.
Existing occupants include Ingham’s, Coles, Infuse Bottling Company, La Casa del Formaggio, Toll Freight and Lineage Logistics and strong commercial interest continues to build from high-profile food businesses.
|Property Address||Area||Property Type||Status|
|Lot 131, Kaurna Ave, Edinburgh||1.40 ha||Vacant Land||
|Lot 502 Gidgie Court, Edinburgh||2.91 ha||Vacant Land||
|133 - 136 Kaurna Avenue, Edinburgh||10.37 ha||Vacant Land||
|Lot 21, Steele Court, Edinburgh North||4.30 ha||Vacant Land||
|20 Hewittson Road, Edinburgh North||1,184 m2||Industrial building||