Marine Industry Park

Location: East Arm, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Project proponent: Land Development Corporation

Sector: Marine / industrial / commercial

Investment type: Joint venture partner

Estimated total project cost: AU$1 billion

Project status: Investor ready

Project description

Strategically located within East Arm, the Marine Industry Park connects road, rail and sea transport and other supporting infrastructure.

East Arm comprises the Darwin Port, the terminus of the Australasia Railway, Darwin Business Park and the Marine Industry Park.

Aerial view of the common user facility in the Marine Industry Park


Marine service area

In preparation for the delivery of the proposed major ship lift project, conceptual design work is underway for the marine service area to accommodate vessel repair and maintenance activities. Construction is due to commence in 2019/20.

Common user facility

Barge ramp and nine hectares of sealed hardstand lay down storage and fabrication area. This facility is available for lease.

Proposed ship lift

An AU$100 million ship lift facility is planned for this site. Northern Ship Support has been selected as the preferred proponent for the construction of the facility.

Future marine area

The Land Development Corporation is undertaking feasibility studies on further land development and potential marine infrastructure.

Project proponent

As the Northern Territory Government’s strategic land developer, the Land Development Corporation plays a crucial role in planning for economic growth and development of the Northern Territory, in a commercial manner.

Aeriel view of Darwin's Marine Industry Park showing relationship with Marine Service Area, Common User Facility, Proposed Shift Lift and Future Marine Area.

Contact details

Land Development Corporation

Phone: +61 8 8944 0900

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