Project brief: Southern River Business Park is the largest commercial development project undertaken by the City of Gosnells to date. The four-stage, 51-lot project will generate new business and employment opportunities, boost the local economy and address demand for quality commercial and light industrial property in the City’s southern corridor. Net profits from the sale of lots will be reinvested into future projects in the City of Gosnells.
Construction start: Late 2023
Contact: City of Gosnells Project Manager Troy Dibben on 9397 3000
Sales contacts: Cygnet West Industrial Agency Director Greg O’Meara on +61 (0) 434 659 842 or Industrial Agency Executive Angette King on +61 (0) 411 334 076
Business Park sales
First lots are now available for sale at Southern River Business Park, which is being developed by the City of Gosnells on a site bordered by Southern River Road, Matison Street, Duckbill Loop and Furley Road, in Southern River.
Stage 1, in an area bordered by Southern River Road and Polglaze Drive, comprises 16 lots from 1,026 sqm to 8,369 sqm, with provision for some flexibility on lot sizes, by request.
The City has appointed leading commercial real estate agency Cygnet West to market and manage the sale of lots at the new business park.
Information about the business park, lot availability and pricing is available at our sales website or by calling Cygnet West Industrial Agency Director Greg O’Meara on +61 (0) 434 659 842 or Industrial Agency Executive Angette King on +61 (0) 411 334 076.
The 51-lot Southern River Business Park represents the culmination of two decades of planning by the City of Gosnells and is the largest commercial development undertaken by the City to date.
The land used to create the business park is owned by the City and zoned for commercial and light industrial purposes.
Lots will be available in a range of sizes to suit a wide variety of commercial and light industrial enterprises. Future stages of the business park are likely to include a bulk goods and self-storage precinct, as well as warehouses and workshops.
The release of land at Southern River Business Park follows the City’s successful development and sale of 42 residential lots overlooking extensive public open space at Robinson Park, in 2019 and 2020.
Tribute to residents
In addition to the 51 commercial and light industrial lots, Southern River Business Park will feature three large areas of public open space.
The City is recognising contributions by four local residents by naming two areas of public open space in the business park in their honour.
Webster Park will be named after the late Private James (Jim) Clifton Webster, of the Australian Army’s 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, who was killed in action on 21 February 1967, during the Vietnam War, aged just 22.
Petersen Park will be named after late World War II veteran Charles Amos George Victor (Vic) Petersen, his late wife Merle Constance Petersen (nee Swan) and their late son Phillip Petersen. The three family members were all actively involved in a number of local groups and organisations for many years.
For information about the sale of lots as part of the development of Southern River Business Park please visit our sales website.
View our sales information here