The Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA) is one of Western Australia’s most important strategic heavy industrial precincts.
Situated next to Cockburn Sound and north of Rockingham Industry Zone, it provides access to land in the State’s premier heavy industrial zone.
The area is a specialist centre for chemical and resource based processing and is available on a lease basis.
Industry in the KIA generates annual direct sales of $4.34billion, of which $1.58billion is export sales.
The KIA is well developed with a deep-water bulk materials port, operated by Fremantle Ports, with access to rail and road transport.
Land can be developed to suit requirements of users or lessees.
The area ensures strategically important industry has access to serviced, well-buffered and appropriately zoned land close to Perth and Fremantle. It also supports the State’s industry attraction programs.
Western Trade Coast
The KIA is part of the Western Trade Coast (WTC), which represents a thriving, integrated trade centre for Western Australia.
The WTC encompasses some of WA’s major established industrial and strategic assets, comprising approximately 3,900ha of land between Munster and Rockingham.
It incorporates the Australian Marine Complex at Henderson, Latitude 32 Industry Zone, the Kwinana Industrial Area and the Rockingham Industry Zone.