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Mark McClean

Mark McClean

Deputy Director for Hunter and Central Coast

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Project overview

Land areas from 9,900 square metres to 6 hectares within the Port of Newcastle leased area are available for lease.

Potential options include design and construct packages, long term ground leases, and shorter term ground leases for storage.

Competitive advantages

The Port of Newcastle project features:

  • Highly central land situated within the boundary of the Port of Newcastle
  • Zoning for port and industrial uses
  • Close to deepwater berths
  • Connectivity to national road and rail networks
  • Flexible lease terms available

Carrington Precinct (Bourke Street)

  • 2 hectare vacant site, available for short term lease
  • Can be divided into areas from 5,000 square metres upwards
  • Ideal for container, plant and equipment or overflow storage
  • Site areas subject to survey
Carrington Precinct (Bourke Street)

Carrington Precinct (Denison and Fitzroy Streets)

  • 8,700 square metre vacant site available for 12 month lease
  • Close to Newcastle CBD, Wickham and Newcastle West
  • Ideal for parking or overflow storage
  • Site areas subject to survey
Carrington Precinct (Denison and Fitzroy Streets)

Walsh Point and Kooragang Precincts

  • Several sites from 6,900 square metres to 6 hectares available for long term lease
  • Excellent truck access from key road network
  • Close to Port infrastructure and services
  • Site areas subject to survey
Walsh Point and Kooragang Precincts

Project timing

Sites are available now.  Some sites will need to be serviced by the Port of Newcastle.

Expressions of interest

For more information or to express your interest in the Port of Newcastle opportunities, please contact Mark McClean below.

Disclaimer:
Please note that this website is made available to showcase investment opportunities in Regional NSW. Information about the investment opportunities was provided by third parties and has not been independently verified by the Department. Do not rely on the information on this website to make an investment decision, but make your own enquiries and seek independent legal, financial and other professional advice. The Department and NSW Government does not recommend or endorse any of the investment opportunities mentioned on this website, nor any entity involved in such investment opportunities, and expressly disclaims any warranties in relation to them.

Get in touch

Mark McClean

Deputy Director for Hunter and Central Coast
Office contacts
Level 5, 26 Honeysuckle Dr
NEWCASTLE NSW 2300
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