The final allotment at Seaford Industry Park was sold in 2019, fulfilling the state government’s aim of creating a dedicated trade and employment hub to service the rapidly expanding southern suburbs.
Like it’s big brother Lonsdale, Seaford Industry Park was conceived as a modern, purpose-built commercial estate with the facility to accommodate large vehicles and the shipping of goods in and out of the premises without disruption to the community.
Originally established in 2004, it provides industrial land for small to medium enterprises in Adelaide’s southern suburbs.
The development of Seaford Industry Park involved a $10 million investment from Renewal SA and its completion marks a milestone in the commercial development of the area.
More than 130 businesses are now established at the industrial park, which spans 95 lots over 30 hectares and has brought approximately 1,000 jobs to the south of Adelaide.
Home to major operators such as Bunnings, Tradelink Plumbing, SouthLink bus depot and SA Power Networks, Seaford Industry Park is also the base of operation for bespoke family businesses such as Fleurieu Foods and Rinaldi Confectionary.