Activity centres and industrial areas
Uncover Wanneroo’s activity centres, industrial areas, and future development opportunities for business growth.
Wangara Industrial Area
The Wangara Industrial Area is a well-established hub for manufacturing, engineering, and construction companies in the City of Wanneroo. With its proximity to major transport routes and access to a skilled workforce, the Wangara Industrial Area offers a range of investment opportunities for businesses looking to expand or relocate. Opportunities include business re-location and expansion, the purchase of land and property, development partnerships, and joint ventures.
Wangara is an established industrial area in Perth’s north-west corridor. It is one of the busiest industrial areas in Perth and is complemented by excellent transport connections. The area is an NBN Business Fibre Zone, providing superior business connectivity.
The City is currently working to deliver increased CCTV infrastructure in the Wangara Industrial Area to further enhance safety and security as part of the Wangara Smart City Technology project.
Neerabup Industrial Area
Located on 1,000 hectares of land, the Neerabup Industrial Area is perfectly positioned to meet the industrial needs of Perth’s growing north-west corridor. This new industrial area offers plenty of space and potential and will accommodate over 20,000 employees. The development is being rolled out in stages, with a range of industrial lots available to suit individual business requirements. Freehold options are available for businesses that prefer a blank canvas.
Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct (AARP)
The Australian Automation and Robotics Precinct (AARP) will be located in Neerabup. This new facility will provide businesses with opportunities for automation and robotics testing, research and development, training, and industry cluster development.
Neerabup Waste Innovation Precinct
The City of Wanneroo is working on the Neerabup Waste Innovation Precinct, a purpose-built facility that will use waste as a resource. The precinct will bring together waste collectors and innovative users of this resource (both public and private) and allow the City to participate actively in the circular economy.
Future planned industrial areas
The City of Wanneroo has identified several areas for future industrial development, including:
- Light industrial and service commercial precincts in Yanchep and Two Rocks
- 2,200 hectares of land under investigation for industrial use in Jandabup, North and South Pinjar, and Nowergup
- Investigation of a potential future marina in Alkimos-Eglinton
Yanchep Strategic Metropolitan Centre
The Yanchep Strategic Metropolitan Centre is a major growth area within the City of Wanneroo, with significant development planned over the next decade. This area is set to become a major commercial and residential centre, with opportunities for investment in a range of sectors including retail, hospitality, and professional services. Investment opportunities in this area include business re-location and expansion, commercial property development, joint ventures, and direct investment.
Alkimos / Eglinton
The Alkimos / Eglinton area is another major growth area within the City of Wanneroo, with significant development planned over the coming years. This area is set to become a major residential and commercial hub, with opportunities for investment in a range of sectors including retail, hospitality, and professional services. Investment opportunities in this area include business re-location and expansion, property development, joint ventures, and direct investment.
North Wanneroo Agri-business Precinct
Wanneroo has a long history of agriculture, and this niche local industry remains a strong contributor to the Western Australian food supply. There are value-add opportunities, with primary producers located in close proximity to the developing Neerabup Industrial Area, along with agri-tourism opportunities located parallel to the growing northern coastal suburbs.
Existing and future planned activity centres
The City of Wanneroo has several activity centres, including:
- Two secondary centres: Clarkson and Wanneroo
- Four district centres: Alexander Heights, Butler, Girrawheen, and Kingsway
- More than 30 smaller local and neighbourhood centres
The City of Wanneroo has also identified several future planned activity centres, including a strategic metropolitan centre in Yanchep, two secondary centres in Two Rocks and Alkimos, and two district centres in Eglinton and Gnangara, with an estimated 17 additional neighbourhood and local centres.