Western Corridor


Western Corridor

(Wacol, Carole Park, Darra, Richlands, Sumner, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Heathwood)

Brisbane’s Western Corridor comprises the regionally significant industrial area in Brisbane’s south-west incorporating Carole Park, Darra, Sumner, Wacol and Richlands.

It is home to many large users, with several new industrial estates developed recently, and more planned for the future.

Business Benefits

  • Home to larger users
  • Huge road infrastructure
  • Growing population

 

Wacol – About 18 km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD, on the Brisbane-Ipswich railway line. Important industrial area for the Brisbane–Ipswich corridor. Comprising 436 acres (176.6 hectares), with a further 1,100 acres (445.5 hectares) earmarked for heavy industrial development. Comprises semi-industrial and residential areas. Ipswich Motorway crosses the suburb. Logan Motorway connects to Ipswich Motorway in the suburb’s south.

Carole Park – A suburb of both Ipswich and Brisbane, about 19km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD. Carole Park Industrial Estate is part of the regionally significant industrial area in the south-west of Brisbane incorporating Darra, Sumner, Wacol and Richlands. Strategically located to take advantage of main transport routes. Sites remaining suit low impact industries. Also home to a waste water treatment plant and a substation. Suburb is half industrial, half residential, with the Logan Motorway separating the two.

Darra – About 15km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD. Industrial and residential, on the Ipswich to Brisbane railway line. Part of the regionally significant industrial area in the south-west of Brisbane incorporating Carole Park, Darra, Sumner, Wacol and Richlands. Strategically located to take advantage of main transport routes.

Richlands – About 16km south-west of the CBD. Predominantly industrial. Part of the regionally significant industrial area in the south-west of Brisbane incorporating Carole Park, Darra, Sumner, Wacol and Richlands. Strategically located to take advantage of main transport routes. QLD’s Coca-Cola supply is made here.

Sumner – About 15km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD. Home to well-established Sumner Park Industrial Estate. Part of the regionally significant industrial area in the south-west of Brisbane.

Seventeen Mile Rocks – About 11km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD. An industrial suburb with increasing residential component. Great access to Ipswich and Centenary Motorways.

Heathwood – About 21km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD. Includes industrial estates and residential, separated by the Logan Motorway. Excellent access to Logan and Ipswich Motorways. Well serviced by a strong blue collar workforce. Home to many manufacturers, distribution companies and major corporate, including the Coles Myer regional distribution centre.

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