Berrimah is now widely recognised as the geographical centre of the greater Darwin area.
Darwin Corporate Park is located on the Stuart Highway, outbound between Amy Johnson Avenue and Vanderlin Drive (Berrimah Road). There are two entry/exit points to the Stuart Highway allowing easy vehicles access in both directions, with the main entrance being highly accessible by a major intersection serviced by traffic lights.
ABOUT DARWIN CORPORATE PARK
Darwin Corporate Park has direct proximity to transit routes and main arterial roads for the whole of greater Darwin; Stuart Highway, Tiger Brennan Drive, Berrimah Road, Vanderlin Drive and Amy Johnson Avenue. There is public transport directly at the front on the Stuart Highway with direct routes to Darwin, Casuarina and Palmerston.
Amy Johnson Avenue, Stuart Highway, Vanderlin Drive & Flightpath Road from Amy Johnson to Vanderlin Drive.
Around Darwin Corporate Park
- Ampol Service Station and Foodary
- High Retail and established brands – RSEA, CSG, Clark Rubber, Darwin Bolt Supplies and Tools, NT Motorcycles, Cam Interiors, Beaumont Tiles, Keep Moving Mobility, Equipment and Fetch/Berrimah Post Office, Mazda
- Berrimah Business Centre – Cafe, Beauty Salon, Podiatrist, Chiropractor, H&R Block, Dash Media, Shannons Insurance and GIO, Drake Recruitment, architectural services and more
- Berrimah Industrial Estate
- Super Amart, Joyce Mayne, BBQs Galore, Reece Plumbing
- The Zone – Retail mix of Chemist Warehouse, JB HiFi, PetStock, Subway and Medical Clinic (Zone 2 currently under development)
- Harvey Norman Furniture, Electrical and Computers
- Hidden Valley Tavern and Liquor Legends Outlet & Drive-thru
- Berrimah Defence Establishment
- Hidden Valley Ford
- Quest Apartments
Darwin is arguably Australia’s most cosmopolitan city, boasting a population made up of people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. The city’s multicultural mix is particularly highlighted by its many exciting ethnic cultural festivals and weekly food and craft markets.
Darwin’s traditional owners, the Larrakia people, are prominent and active members of the community, and many still adhere closely to their traditional beliefs and customs.
Darwin is a city comprising of a range of industries, however Government employees make up around 60 per cent of the Darwin workforce.
Darwin has evolved from its days as an incredibly laid back frontier town and while it still retains its relaxed charm, it has become a highly sophisticated city. Many visitors are surprised to find that it has accommodation, eateries, clubs, pubs, museums and other amenities that are at least equal to, and often better than, what you’ll find in the southern cities.
In business and industry circles, Darwin is described as Australia’s gateway with south east Asia. it’s closer to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta than it is to Canberra and is about the same flying time from Singapore and manila as it is from Sydney and Melbourne. Darwin is the main service centre for a wide range of industries headed by mining, offshore oil and gas production, pastoralism, tourism and tropical horticulture. the port of Darwin is also the main outlet for Australia’s live cattle export trade into south east Asia.
– Courtesy of “The City of Darwin” (the Council) website.
Over the last 20 years the Northern Territory has grown from a $14 billion economy to a $26 billion economy, with a 25% increase in population and 40% increase in the workforce.
- World class mineral deposits, including critical rare minerals necessary for modern life
- Access to water along with high annual rainfalls
- A strategic location for defence
- Quality radiant spread across a wide area for solar generation
- A strong agricultural sector that continues to broaden in its product offering
- Highly prospective world scale onshore gas resources and proven offshore gas reserves
- Close proximity to Asian markets
After the release of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission report in December 2020, the Northern Territory Government set
an ambition of charging towards a $40 billion economy by 2030. Through Darwin’s recognised sovereign and strategic importance to Australia, this economic mandate has major support from all tiers of government, defence and private industry.
Source: Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission (TERC).