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Walker Corporation
Vicinity

Vicinity

Industrial

Location:

Direk, SA

Enquiries:

Blake Walker

Phone: 0408 279 007

Project Website

Vicinity Industrial Base is Adelaide's largest industrial park. Situated just 15 minutes north of Port Adelaide, Vicinity is within minutes to major transport infrastructure and able to cater to some of Australia's largest trucks.

Overview

Vicinity Industrial Base is Adelaide’s largest master planned industrial estate, encompassing 100ha. Within the established industrial precinct of Direk, this location offers direct access to major transport infrastructure as well as being considerably more cost effective than comparable land in Adelaide's northern suburbs.

Just 3km from the new $560 million Northern Expressway, Vicinity provides easy access to the main freight routes in and out of Adelaide and direct access to the national highway network. Directly adjacent to key Oversize Overmass routes and with approved access for 36.5m Level 3 B-Triple Road Trains, Vicinity stands alone as the best connected industrial estate in Adelaide for companies with the biggest trucks.

The proximity to this Oversize Overmass route is a major advantage for companies that transport large loads into Adelaide, greater South Australia and across Australia.

The benefit of the Vicinity master plan is evident in both the variety of lot options available, and the access offered throughout the site. All land is regularly shaped and level, as well as flexible in size and configuration. In addition, makes Vicinity the only industrial estate in the outer northern suburbs with Road Train access.

Current tenants at Vicinity include Toll NQX, Kimberly Clark, Cahill Transport, Caltex and Nick Scali Furniture.

Vicinity

Location

Vicinity is situated in the precinct of Direk, 25 minutes from Adelaide CBD, and 35 minutes from Adelaide Airport. Adelaide’s northern suburbs have been identified as one of Australia's strategic growth areas, supported by excellent forward planning for infrastructure and growth, both by the State Government and local councils.

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