Wyong Shire Business and Industry Centres
Each centre offers a variety of sizes and styles suitable to different business needs, and many have land available for new investors.
1. Berkeley Vale Industrial Area
Adjacent to Tuggerah Business Park, the Berkeley Vale Business Park is located eight kilometres from the F3 Sydney-Newcastle Freeway and between the Wyong and Gosford town centres.
The head offices for both Mars Foods Australia and Sanitarium Health Foods and the regional office for ADC-Krone Australia are located at the site. More recently, Sico South Pacific and Toll IPEC have also opened facilities there, alongside the many small to medium sized companies.
2. Charmhaven Industrial Estate
This estate is located off the Pacific Highway close to Lake Haven Shopping Centre and a bulky goods homewares centre. It features factory warehousing and showroom style units, catering for small business and bulky goods retail.
Major companies located here include Kelloggs Australia, Borg Manufacturing and BCF Precast, as well as a host of smaller businesses. Lake Haven Shopping Centre is situated on the opposite side of the Pacific Highway.
3. Doyalson Industrial Estate
Located at the intersection of the Pacific Highway and Scenic Drive Doyalson, this estate is easily visible to the busy Newcastle to Central Coast Motorway link. Located within this small estate are Pioneer Concrete and Aztec Transport. This estate provides for the smaller industrial usages, but offers one or two lots for larger developments.
4. Gwandalan Industrial Estate
This estate is currently being developed with approximately 20 smaller industrial lots that would provide opportunities for businesses to establish and service the local community.
5. North Wyong Industrial Estate
Positioned along the Pacific Highway, this estate is home to many small and large manufacturing and service industries and companies including Dulmison, Donaldson and Verb. It covers more than 114 hectares with lot sizes between one to 15 hectares, with some blocks and factory bays still available.
6. Tuggerah Business Park
This business park is located adjacent to the Pacific Highway and is close to the Tuggerah railway station, the F3 Sydney to Newcastle freeway, Westfield Shopping Centre, Tuggerah Homemakers Centre and Wyong Town Centre.
The park covers 75 hectares and currently hosts a mix of professional, commercial, manufacturing and industrial services including accountants, insurance brokers, publishers and call centres.
It is home to the NSW Police Assistance Line call centre; two call centres for financial company ING; Bunnings Central Coast Distribution Centre; the national distribution centre for Hachette Australia and Murdoch books; Star Track Express’ freight terminal; and will soon accommodate one of Centrelink’s call centres.
7. Tuggerah Industrial Area
This area is located along the Pacific Highway, between Westfield Tuggerah and Wyong Town Centre and adjacent to the Sydney to Newcastle rail line. Businesses include commercial, building and automotive industries, car dealers and bulky goods retailers.
8. Tumbi Umbi Industrial Estate
Opposite Mingara Recreation Club, this estate is a highly sought after location for small business owners. It is dominated by the building and automotive industries. The site mainly has factory bays, though also boasts several storage unit facilities.
9. Warner Industrial Park
This recently approved Industrial Park consists of approximately 120 hectares of zoned industrial land and is located adjacent to the busy F3 Sydney to Newcastle Freeway at the Sparks Road Interchange. The site is owned by the Terrace Towers Group and it is anticipated that construction will start in 2011.
10. Warnervale Business Park
This area is part of the Wyong Employment Zone. It covers 47.6 hectares of land and is next to the Sydney to Newcastle freeway interchange, airport and railway line.
Coastal Transport Services runs a distribution service for the region’s industry sector from the site. Woolworths Ltd also has an 81,000 square metre distribution centre, with available land for suppliers to work alongside and support Woolworths. Pacific Beverages has also recently opened the $120 million Bluetongue Brewery.
Wyong Council is currently developing a 15 hectare site which will be available for purchase in early 2011.
11. Wyong Employment Zone
The Wyong Employment Zone (WEZ) is located adjacent to the F3 Sydney-Newcastle Freeway at the Sparks Road interchange and is 744ha in size.
The purpose of the WEZ is to provide an area that promotes economic development within Wyong Shire. The site enables a wide range of business and employment opportunities including industrial, manufacturing, warehousing, storage and research purposes.
It is anticipated that the area will create around 6,000 local jobs and generate a minimum of $1.5 billion of investment in the Central Coast economy.