Business Hubs, Parklets and Industrial Areas

Commercial parks

Cockburn Commercial Park

Cockburn Commercial Park provides access to major transport routes to Fremantle and Perth.  It is a well-established and successful estate with more than 100 businesses already operating. Research indicates that the estate provides employment for approximately 2,900 people and produces goods and services valued at an estimated $1.2billion annually.

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Phoenix Business Park

Phoenix Business Park is a well-located business park with 78 industrial and mixed business lots.

A range of industrial lots are available in other developments. Click the tiles below the location map to explore the opportunities.

Commercial and retail activity centres

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.

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.

Industrial areas

Australian Marine Complex

The Australian Marine Complex (AMC) 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. 

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Latitude 32

Latitude 32 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.

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Jandakot City

Jandakot City is a centrally located $1 billion commercial and industrial development offering up to 800 thousand square metres of leasable space.

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Parklets for businesses

What are parklets

Parklets are repurposed car parking spaces (approximately two parking spaces) that consist of facilities beneficial to pedestrians such as public seating, bike parking, landscaping, shade, public art, games and activities. 

The objective of a parklet is to create places that foster community interaction, activate streets, promote vibrancy, enhance walkability and are inviting to all members of the community.

‚ÄčA parklet is different to an alfresco dining area. An alfresco means an area in which tables, chairs and other structures are provided for the purpose of the consumption of food or beverages and are solely for the use of restaurant patrons. 

Types of parklets

There are three types of parklets:

  • City parklets: Funded, designed, built and maintained by the City
  • Hosted parklets: Sponsored by an adjacent business, organisation or community group (the applicant) and funded, designed, built and maintained by the applicant.
  • Private parklets: Proposed on privately owned car parking areas and are usually subject to a planning application being lodged and assessed by the City.

Developing a parklet for your business

If you believe a parklet would enhance your business and would like more information on how to get approval, please contact us.

Consider the following before contacting the City:

  • Parklets are public spaces and should feel open and welcoming to everyone
  • Parklets must be temporary in nature and are usually permitted for one year
  • A parklet may have to be temporarily or permanently removed for street improvements, utility work, emergencies or if it is creating a serious amenity concern
  • Parklets are not intended for the service or consumption of alcohol
  • The City may consult with surrounding businesses before approving a parklet
  • A building permit may be required depending on the type of construction proposed.

Local Commercial and Activity Centres Strategy

The Local Commercial and Activity Centres Strategy is a 10 -15 year plan for the growth and development of the City’s commercial centres. Find out about the aim, key issues, status and context of the Local Commercial and Activity Centres Strategy.

More information and contact

For more information please email Business@cockburn.wa.gov.au or call 9411 3444. 
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Contact

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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

Office opening hours:
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Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)

Language Support

Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
Ngalak kaadatj dayin boodja, kep wer malayin. Ngalak kaadatj koora koora wer yeyi ngalang birdiya.

City of Cockburn acknowledges the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja. Long ago, now and in the future they care for country.
We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.