Kwinana is Western Australia’s premier location for international trade with the mix of industries providing businesses with direct access to customers, suppliers, end-users and services all in the one location.
Modern, integrated infrastructure is an essential foundation for internationally competitive industries.
The Western Trade Coast is one of the fastest growing trade and industry regions in Australia. It encompasses four primary estates:
- Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA)
- Latitude 32 Industry Zone (Latitude 32)
- Rockingham Industry Zone (RIZ), and
- Australian Marine Complex (AMC)
Located 30 minutes south of Perth at Cockburn Sound the WTC provides global industries with:
- A 3,900 hectare industrial region with room to expand
- Direct links to air, sea, road and rail networks
- Direct access to customers, suppliers, services and end-users in the one location via a mix of co-located industries
- Access to WA’s growing economy, secure infrastructure and skilled workforce.
- Ease of connection and collaboration with China and South East Asia.
15 good reasons why the Kwinana Industrial Zone is the perfect location for a new freight port. It has:
- The only refinery between Darwin and Adelaide
- Direct connection to a major natural gas pipeline
- Capacity for a deep-water international port
- Direct connections to main rail freight and road networks
- Intermodal optionality
- Existing world class companies in relevant industries
- Direct access to the airport and other distribution centres
- Close proximity to a major city
- A pool of highly trained workers and specialists including international quality universities
- Excellent infrastructure, water, power, gas and other resources.
- Space to expand
- Synergies between co-located businesses
- Numerous raw materials within a centralised point
- A protected Industrial Zone, and
- The gateway to the Indian Ocean, which is expected to be the major growth region this century.