Armidale Airside Business Park is a newly established subdivision located on the New England Highway, developed to meet growing demand.
Strategically positioned to be well connected to quality transport infrastructure, the precinct offers easy access to air, rail and road transport links. It provides cost-effective pathways and logistics for businesses to access domestic and international markets.
The premium airside fully serviced and NBN ready lots offer flexible sizes, B-Double access and are competitively priced. It’s very attractive commercial property, zoned light industrial (IN2), enticing new industry to the region.
Stage 2 of the development encompasses 35 uniquely located airside lots with access approaches to an aircraft taxiway that will cater for aviation related businesses. A new airport runway has been earmarked to cater for larger passenger and freight aircraft numbers and provide enhanced access to national and international markets.
Stage 1 of Armidale Airside Business Park is now selling, with 24 lots now released to the market.
The site boasts modern, affordable and well-serviced industrial lots with potable water and sewer services, high voltage (500KVA) underground electricity and high speed telecommunications, with fibre-to-premises broadband connectivity.
Stage 1 lots present an excellent opportunity to acquire land ranging from 1500 to 25,000 square meters in size, with seven of the lots well exposed to the New England Highway, a visible thoroughfare at the entrance of town and over one million vehicular movements per annum.
Armidale Airside Business Park will be home to light industrial, technology, manufacturing and health based enterprises, who will be able to take advantage of its prime location, lower running costs and access to crucial infrastructure.
Armidale commands a strong presence in the agricultural technology and health sectors, with celebrated international expertise and success stories at a local level. It is home to a ready-made and skilled labour force, ready to provide the drive you need.
Armidale Airside is the perfect location for new and established businesses, to connect with a region ready to stamp its mark on the Australia of tomorrow. With business opportunities available to:
In order to progress, you have to be progressive. With an emphasis on sustainability, Armidale Airside Business Park has been developed to ensure all residents are equipped to do business in the long-term and achieve environmental and sustainability goals. An important and responsible message for the precinct, we’ll be working with you to help ensure long term benefits for your business, the region and the environment.
Armidale Regional Airport is situated just seven kilometres from the city centre and has over 240,000 visitors per year. Almost 100 direct flights connect Armidale and Sydney each week, and 12 between Armidale and Brisbane. Flight duration is just 1 hour for inbound and outbound visits for these locations, with onward connections to Asia, North America, Europe and throughout Australia.
Armidale Airport is equipped with contemporary check-in and baggage handling facilities and accommodates food and beverage and retail services. Convenience goods are available on location and ample parking, green spaces and common areas are positioned on site for visitors and surrounding businesses.
The airport is home to various aviation businesses including Fleet Helicopters, Super-Air, Edwards Aviation VIP Jet Charter, Go Fly, Armidale Aero Club and others. Future airport runway upgrades have been earmarked to cater for larger passenger and freight aircraft which will provide enhanced access to domestic and global markets.
The Armidale region offers prosperous business opportunities in commercial, light and heavy industrial sectors.
Its position in the New England High Country affords an abundance of acreage opportunities at competitive pricing.
The Armidale Region Armidale is home to a number of commercial and industrial precincts with opportunities available at Acacia Park and in the industrial district located west of the CBD. The Guyra district is also a prominent place to invest and is situated on the uppermost plateau of the Great Dividing Range; from which land falls away to both east and west. Guyra is fast emerging as a regional centre for agriculture. Quality sunlight, altitude and a small diurnal temperature range has seen a ‘spotlight’ placed on the region as a premier location for large horticulture enterprises and is already home to one of the biggest glasshouse complexes in the southern hemisphere.