Perth’s best logistics address
Roe Highway Logistics Park (ROE) is the largest premium industrial estate to be established in Perth in more than a decade. A game-changer for local, national and multi-national operators, ROE offers businesses unrivalled connectivity in a prime location.
ROE is a 56ha development that has been configured to provide a high degree of flexibility in lot sizes. With most of the estate committed, the last remaining land opportunities cater to requirements of up to 7ha.
Along with RAV 7 and direct rail freight access, ROE offers best practice sustainability initiatives, manicured streetscapes and modern commercial amenity.
Roe Highway Logistics Park is Perth’s most exciting new industrial estate. Located on the corner of Roe Highway and Welshpool Road East, ROE is within 13km of the Perth CBD and 5km from Perth Airport.
Located adjacent to the established industrial suburbs of Kewdale and Welshpool, ROE is at the centre of Perth’s major arterial road network and forms an extension to the inner eastern core industrial precinct.
ROE is the best-connected site in Perth, with RAV 7 truck access from both Roe Highway and Tonkin Highway via traffic light controlled intersections. In addition, the Park benefits from rail freight access via the Kenwick Freight Rail Facility due for completion in late 2021.
Perth’s best-connected industrial estate with RAV7 & rail freight access
Roe Highway Logistics Park is WA’s leading sustainable industrial estate for international and national companies.
With a goal to become carbon neutral, ROE has received a $95 million investment by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC).
The CEFC finance will further a range of sustainability initiatives at ROE including use of low carbon materials, solar power generation and future potential connection to the South West Interconnected System, enabling power export to the rest of the metropolitan area.
ROE was selected by the CEFC as its first direct investment to reduce embodied carbon in property construction.
Join some of Australia’s leading logistics and industrial services businesses at Roe Highway Logistics Park
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Hesperia, formed from the merger of Linc Property and Fini Group, is one of Western Australia’s leading property developers and operates across a diverse range of property classes including commercial, industrial, residential, retail and hospitality.
Having delivered approximately $1bn of industrial developments over the last decade, including more than 230 hectares of land, Hesperia is also the largest private developer of industrial property in Western Australia. Hesperia’s industrial developments include the Roe Highway Logistics Park, Tonkin Highway Industrial Estate, Northlink Industrial Park, Swan Brewery Industrial Estate and Landsdale North Industrial Estate.
Our team has extensive in-house experience in all facets of property development, including place making, master planning and approvals, community and key stakeholder engagement, detailed design, construction, sales and marketing, financial management and project governance. A disciplined project management approach, in-house capabilities and focus on speed of delivery has resulted in exceptional social, financial and environmental outcomes on all of Hesperia’s projects.
Gibb Group is a dynamic national property development and asset management business. Gibb Group’s comprehensive services span the full property investment cycle – from site selection, acquisition and pre-lease negotiation, to design, development and delivery of purpose-built property solutions for a broad range of facilities for some of Australia’s most prominent users of industrial logistics, suburban office and business park space.
Gibb Group also specialises in proactive asset and facilities management to protect and enhance our client’s investments for the long term. Our comprehensive in-house asset and facilities management is unique in our field, driven by our management team of industry professionals who boast extensive institutional experience, having proactively managed and transformed some of Australia’s most challenging industrial properties.