About Hunter Economic Zonehezenergyuse2021-12-09T12:11:10+11:00
The Hunter Economic Zone is prime industrial land located in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales. Privately owned and supported by local government and state initiatives, it offers businesses the flexibility to purchase or lease fully serviced industrial land. Hunter Economic Zone has been featured across many online news outlets such as Yahoo, AsiaOne and AP News.
Forest and Rural Land
Hectares – Serviced and Developable Now
Suited to light or general industries
With authorisation for 24/7 operation – HEZ also offers the opportunity to purchase or lease buildings built to your specifications.
Financial structuring to suit your operational and cash flow requirements.
Supported by a growing economy, and a booming region, that boasts a fantastic climate, beautiful surroundings and a population that enjoys a relaxing coastal and rural lifestyle.
Hunter Economic Zone Environmental Masterplan
HEZ’s combination of ecology and economy heralds a new approach that will set new environmental standards for similar developments across NSW.
HEZ embarked on a first for Australia by developing an Ecological Constraints Master Plan (ECMP) for the entire site. It has since won numerous industry awards.
The ECMP is a comprehensive audit of plant and animal life and their habitats within the developable area of 900 hectares. This will minimise unnecessary environmental stress, whilst enabling authorities to readily determine and then approve plans for operation of business and industry at HEZ. HEZ aims to protect the environment while allowing for fast-tracking development.
Location and Lifestyle
The Hunter Economic Zone boasts a rapidly growing population approaching 1,000,000 people within the Hunter, Newcastle and Central Coast region.
It is located only minutes from the Hunter Valley wine region, the city of Newcastle and the NSW central coast beaches, providing diverse residential living.
The region’s average house price is lower than the state average with home ownership higher than the NSW average. Home options include ocean, lake and bay waterfront locations, bush retreats, rural acreages, inner city terraces and city/waterfront apartments.
The Hunter region has excellent community facilities, recreation, dining, entertainment and shopping. It is known for its quality educational establishments including respected secondary schools, Institute of TAFE, and the world renowned Newcastle University.
Manufacturing and Trade Skills
Large steel, aluminium, ship building, and coal enterprises, and industry continues to play a major role in the regional economy and workforce.
Today the Hunter produces 90 per cent of NSW’s electricity, smelts 35 per cent of Australia’s aluminium, and has an export coal industry worth $85 billion a year, creating a large manufacturing labour pool.
With jobs highly valued in the Hunter, you’ll find local workers are skilled, loyal and keen. Your company may up to 20 per cent in manufacturing labour costs by operating at HEZ rather than in a metropolitan location.
Land that’s ripe for development with numerous benefits.
1.5 hours north of Sydney CBD via M1
An economic powerhouse
The world's largest exporter of coal
Generates 90% of NSW's electricity
Large scale defence, manufacturing, maritime and IT sectors
Port of Newcastle for bulk and container cargo
At the centre of Australia's heavily populated east coast
Freeway and rail to all Australian states
30 minutes from Port of Newcastle and Newcastle Airport
Port of Newcastle & Newcastle Airport
Only 30 mins from the world’s biggest coal export port and the largest and fastest growing regional airport in Australia with direct flights to Regional airports as well as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Canberra.