Business hubs contribute to strong economic growth in Cockburn. The City has a number of significant industrial, commercial and retail hubs and activity centres. These hubs generate significant income and local employment.
20 per cent of local jobs are concentrated in the Bibra Lake and Cockburn Commercial Park opens in a new window and the Phoenix Business Park opens in a new window, which employ more than 6,000 people. The Cockburn Commercial Park generates goods and services worth an estimated $1.2 billion a year.
The City has a number of commercial and retail activity centres in Aubin Grove, Beeliar, Cockburn Central, Jandakot City, Phoenix, Port Coogee, South Lake and Success. The centres provide shopping, dining, commercial and health care services.
Australian Marine Complex
The Australian Marine Complex (AMC) opens in a new window in Henderson contains more than 150 businesses and services the marine, defence force and resource industries through manufacturing, fabrication, assembly, maintenance and technology development. The AMC has created more than 37,000 jobs since opening in 2003.
Latitude 32 opens in a new window is located within Perth’s most significant industrial region, the Western Trade Coast, in the Hope Valley-Wattleup area. The region generates more than $15 billion each year. Businesses have begun operating from the first stages of Latitude 32. The site will be developed over a 30 year period and meet the future demand of industrial growth in Perth.
Jandakot City is a centrally located $1 billion commercial and industrial development offering up to 800 thousand square metres of leasable space.
Phoenix Business Park
A well located business park with 78 industrial and mixed business lots.
Cockburn Commercial Park
Cockburn Commercial Park opens in a new window is a well established, well located commercial park with more than 100 business operating.