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Latitude 32 is a 1400ha master-planned industrial area that will offer a variety of land use options.

A number of multi-national businesses have started operating out of Flinders Precinct, the first stage of Latitude 32.

 

Due to the surrounding major road and rail network and Latitude 32's proximity to the Kwinana and Rockingham industrial areas, Australian Marine Complex and the proposed outer harbor, light, general and transport industries can locate within Latitude 32.

 

A number of project partners will deliver Latitude 32 including Department of Jobs, Science, Tourism and Information, Department of Planning Lands and Heritage, Department of Transport and LandCorp along with State Government service agencies Western Power, Main Roads and Water Corporation as well as the City of Kwinana and City of Cockburn.

For more information on each partner and their contact details please visit the Project Partners page.

Main Roads WA has indicated 2026 for Rowley Road and the upgrade of Anketell Road and are working on a plan and timing for the Fremantle Rockingham Controlled Access Highway (FRCAH).

Containerised freight will be transferred between ships, trains and trucks via either road
or rail. The intermodal terminal is the transfer point from one mode of transport to
another and is an integral part of port operations. The size and location of the intermodal
is being considered in the State Government’s Westport Port and Environs Strategy.

The Westport Taskforce is currently preparing a Westport Port and Environs Strategy, which includes a number of proposed locations for an intermodal terminal. Latitude 32 is one of the proposed locations.

The taskforce includes experts from key government agencies responsible for planning, transport, environment, jobs and finances.

Yes, but the payment varies between development areas. The development contribution plans will be finalised when the Westport Port and Environs Strategy is close to being completed.