Dundowran Industrial Park offers premium serviced industrial land for sale, turnkey design/construct packages and leasing opportunities, tailored to suit the individual needs of your business.

Set to become THE location of choice for prime industrial land, Dundowran Industrial Park is located just 4km west of Hervey Bay Town Centre. 

This supremely located industrial land sub-division provides high quality, fully serviced, regular shaped industrial land lots zoned medium impact industry.  Direct access is via Pialba Burrum Heads Road and Urraween Road with easy access for large vehicles and b-doubles. It is expected that Drury Lane, Dundowran Industrial Park, will be the preferred route for traversing Hervey Bay and therefore ideal for landowners seeking a high exposure location.

Limited 2000sqm lots available

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DUNDOWRAN INDUSTRIAL PARK

Key Features

Close proximity to the Bruce Highway and Hervey Bay airport

Excellent large vehicle and b-double access

High exposure location

Medium impact industry zoning

Growth corridor

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Flexible sales terms available.

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Services ready with NBN (fibre to the kerb), Sewer, Water, Storm Water and Power

DUNDOWRAN INDUSTRIAL PARK

Stage 1 Release Selling Now! 14 Lots priced from $220,000 plus GST

Developer: AHC Limited
Lots: 2,000 sqm to 3.026 hectares
Local Zoning: Medium Impact Industry
Local Authority: Fraser Coast Regional Council
Holding: Freehold
Direct Access via: Pialba Burrum Heads Road and Urraween Road
Travel Distance to: Bruce Highway Torbanlea – 26 km
Maryborough Hervey Bay Road – 2 km
Hervey Bay Hospital – 4 km
Hervey Bay Airport – 12 km
Boat Harbour Drive – 2 km
Hervey Bay Marina Precinct – 11 km
Maryborough – 32km
Services Ready: NBN – Fibre to the kerb
Sewer
Water
Storm Water
Power
PRICING:
Lot 22 – 2306 sqm $252,780 plus GST
Lot 23 – 2000 sqm $230,000 plus GST
Lot 24 – 2000 sqm $220,000 plus GST
Lot 25 – 2558 sqm $268,590 plus GST
Lot 26 – 2696 sqm $283,080 plus GST
Lot 75 – 2500 sqm $262,500 plus GST
Lot 76 – 2477 sqm $272,360 plus GST
Lot 77 – 4096 sqm SOLD
Lot 78 – 4096 sqm $368,640 plus GST
Lot 79 – 4096 sqm $368,640 plus GST
Lot 80 – 4096 sqm $368,640 plus GST
Lot 1000 – 2.295ha Price on application
Lot 1003 – 2.108ha Price on application
Lot 1004 – 3.026ha Price on application

Correct at 30 January, 2020.

Large Developer Lots

Development ready lots, competitively priced with flexible sales terms available. Value-add opportunity with existing Development Approval in place for the sub-division into multiple freehold lots. Contact AHC Limited for more information.

Lot 1000

2.295 Hectares
Sub-division for 7 lots from 2867sqm to 4000sqm

Lot 1003

2.108 Hectares
Sub-division for 5 lots from 4178sqm to 4286sqm

Lot 1004

3.026 Hectares
Sub-division for 8 lots from 2540sqm to 4132sqm

Sub-Division for 20 Lots from 2540 sqm to 4286sqm

DUNDOWRAN INDUSTRIAL PARK

The Buying Process – 6 Easy Steps

AHC Limited can offer a range of flexible and attractive contract terms to developers, owner occupiers and investors.

  1. Identify your preferred Lot
    In the current Stage 1 Release, there are a wide variety of Lot sizes available from 2000 sqm to 4096 sqm.
  2. Contact us
    on 0432 553 311 or use the contact form below to confirm Lot availability.
  3. Complete and return the Offer to Purchase Form
    Complete the Offer to Purchase form detailing your Offer Price, Settlement Terms and any other requirements.
  4. Offer to Purchase Form reviewed
    AHC will review your Offer including all proposed terms will contact you to discuss and finalise
  5. Sales Contract prepared and issued
    Once terms are agreed, AHC will prepare and issue a Sales Contract including agreed terms allowing you to obtain any necessary approvals.
  6. Land Settlement
    AHC are able offer flexible and extended settlement terms.
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Victor Sabados

SALES & LEASING

Please call Victor if you have any questions.

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NEED FINANCE?

Vendor finance options available to approved applicants.

EMAIL ENQUIRY

Preferred Method of Contact

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Dundowran Industrial Park

Drury Lane, Dundowran Queensland 4655
Phone 0432 553 311

Brand New, Modern Industrial Units COMING SOON!

Unit sizes from 150sqm to 400sqm, suitable for light to medium impact industry uses. Suitable for owner occupiers and investors. Priced from $1,500 per sqm plus GST*

BUY OR LEASE

Fully Fenced and Security Gated Entrance

High Clearance Roller Door with Remote Control

Airconditioned Mezzanine Level

Kitchenette

Internal Bathroom and Shower

Off Street Parking

High Exposure Location with Pylon Signage

LED Lighting Throughout

Strata Titled with Low Body Corporate Fees

Unit Sizes from 125m2 to 400m2

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Preferred Method of Contact

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AHC Limited can offer a range of flexible and attractive contract terms to developers, owner occupiers and investors.
*Terms and Conditions apply.

DUNDOWRAN INDUSTRIAL PARK

Medium Impact Industry Zoned Lots

MEDIUM IMPACT INDUSTRY ZONING

Medium impact industry means the use of premises for an industrial activity:

  1. that is the manufacturing, producing, processing, repairing, altering, recycling, storing, distributing, transferring or treating of products; and
  2. that a local planning instrument applying to the premises states is a Medium impact industry; and
  3. that complies with any thresholds for the activity stated in a local planning instrument applying to the premises, including, for example, thresholds relating to the number of products manufactured or the level of emissions produced by the activity.

For example:

  1. Metal foundry producing less than 10 tonnes of metal castings per annum;
  2. Boiler making or engineering works producing less than 10,000 tonnes of metal product per annum;
  3. Dangerous goods storage facility not including the storage of toxic gases;
  4. Abrasive blasting facility using less than 10 tonnes of abrasive material per annum;
  5. Enamelling workshop using less than 15,000 litres of enamel per annum;
  6. Galvanising works using less than 100 tonnes of zinc per annum;
  7. Anodising or electroplating workshop where tank area is less than 400 square metres;
  8. Powder coating workshop using less than 500 tonnes of coating per annum;
  9. Spray painting workshop (including Spray painting vehicles, plant, equipment or boats) using less than 20,000 litres of paint per annum;
  10. Concrete batching and producing concrete products;
  11. Scrap metal yard (not including a fragmentiser), dismantling automotive or mechanical equipment including debonding brake or clutch components;
  12. Manufacturing clay or ceramic products including bricks, tiles, pipes and pottery goods, less than 200 tonnes per annum;
  13. Processing, smoking, drying, curing, milling, bottling or canning food, beverages or pet food, less than 200 tonnes per annum;
  14. Vegetable oil or oilseed processing in works with a design production capacity of less than 1,000 tonnes per annum;
  15. Manufacturing wooden products including cabinet making, joinery and wood working, producing less than 500 tonnes per annum;
  16. Manufacturing medium density fibreboard, chipboard, particle board, plywood, laminated board or wood veneer products, less than 250 tonnes per annum;
  17. Sawmilling, wood chipping and kiln drying timber and logs, producing less than 500 tonnes per annum;
  18. Recycling and reprocessing batteries;
  19. Repairing or maintaining boats;
  20. Manufacturing substrate for mushroom growing;
  21. Manufacturing or processing plaster, producing less than 5,000 tonnes per annum;
  22. Recycling or reprocessing tyres including retreading;
  23. Printing advertising material, magazines, newspapers, packaging and stationery;
  24. Manufacturing fibreglass, foam plastic, composite plastic or rigid fibre-reinforced plastic or plastic products, less than 5 tonnes per annum.
  25. Manufacturing PET, PETE, polypropylene and polystyrene plastic or plastic products, less than 10,000 tonnes per annum;
  26. Reconditioning metal or plastic drums;
  27. Glass fibre manufacture less than 200 tonnes per annum;
  28. Manufacturing glass or glass products, where not glass fibre, less than 250 tonnes per annum.
LOW IMPACT INDUSTRY ZONING

Low impact industry means the use of premises for an industrial activity:

  1. that is the manufacturing, producing, processing, repairing, altering, recycling, storing, distributing, transferring or treating of products; and
  2. that a local planning instrument applying to the premises states is Low impact industry; and
  3. that complies with any thresholds for the activity states in a local planning instrument applying to the premises, including, for example, thresholds relating to the number of products manufactured or the level of emissions produced by the activity).

For Example:

  1. Repairing and servicing motor vehicles, including mechanical components, radiators, electrical components, wheel alignments, exhausts, tyres, suspension or air conditioning, not including Spray painting;
  2. Repairing and servicing lawn mowers and outboard engines;
  3. Fitting and turning workshop;
  4. Assembling or fabricating products from sheet metal or welding steel, producing less than 10 tonnes a year and not including Spray painting ;
  5. Manufacturing or assembling wooden products including cabinet making, joinery and wood working, where producing less than 500 tonnes per annum and not involving Spray painting or spraying of adhesives;
  6. Dismantling automotive or mechanical equipment, not including debonding brake or clutch components.
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