Find land to build your business at Salisbury Plains Industrial Precinct and reap the benefits of being part of the Abbot Point State Development Area – including greater planning and development certainty and attractive land and infrastructure assets.

Freehold land for sale suited to large-scale industry, adjacent to major transport linkages including a deep-water port, the North Coast railway line, and the Bruce Highway. The Salisbury Plains Industrial Precinct is ideally located as a logistic hub that supports development in the Galilee Basin, Mackay and Whitsundays region.


Bruce Highway, North of Bowen


Nearby infrastructure:

  • Freehold land
  • Land suitable for a range of large-scale industrial uses – from bulk mineral resource unloading and stockpiling facilities to mineral processing and renewable energy industries
  • Close proximity to the Port of Abbot Point
  • Easy access to rail and road transport infrastructure, including the Bruce Highway
  • Frontage to Bruce Highway
  • 7.5 km Port of Abbot Point
  • Frontage to North Coast Railway
  • 30 km Bowen CBD

Find out more about the Abbot Point State Development Area.


Measuring the Potential for a Large-Scale Renewable Energy Project at Salisbury Plains

EDQ is monitoring solar and wind resources at Salisbury Plains for 12 months (from 24 November 2020) to assess the location’s suitability for a large-scale wind and/or solar farm.

Large scale renewable energy at the precinct would be a drawcard for industry, offering cost-effective and clean power.

At Salisbury Plains, the natural wind and solar resources are being measured up to a height of 200 metres by a remote sensing SODAR (Sonic Detection And Ranging) unit installed and operated by Fulcrum3D. This data will help inform the feasibility of a renewable energy project at the site.

To find out more:

This isn’t the first time EDQ has explored large scale renewables on its industrial land. Acciona is leading the development of a large scale solar farm at Aldoga.

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