• Project type Industrial
  • Status Current
  • Area 52,000 sqm

2 Hume Highway, Chullora NSW

For Pre-Lease - Flexible Warehousing in Chullora Logistics Park

Chullora Logistics Park is located within one of the most highly sought after warehouse and distribution centre locations. High volume logistics groups have long been drawn to this location including Australia Post, News Limited, Volkswagen Australia and Primo Smallgoods.

Improve your business productivity and efficiency by choosing Chullora Logistics Park for your new premises. Cut transport times for your deliveries and increase the convenience for your staff and customers in this centrally located state-of-the-art facility with proximity to all key infrastructure nodes.

Ideally located in Chullora with frontage to the Hume Highway and Worth Street, the property provides immediate access to key Northern and Southern logistics routes including Newcastle and onto Sydney and New South Wales. Minutes from the M4 Motorway, Chullora Logistics Park also provides access to Parramatta and the Sydney CBD.

Key features of Chullora Logistics Park:

  • Direct access to key transport nodes
  • Connectivity to major infrastructure
  • Brand new, flexible space customisable to your business needs
  • Proximity to key population densities and strong labour markets

The site offers warehouse tenancies ranging from approximately 3,000sqm to 6,000sqm available with office accommodation. All buildings can be developed to your specifications, incorporating the latest industrial and logistics design elements.

Building features:

  • Minimum 10.5m springing height
  • Sunken and on-grade dock access available
  • Minimum 10m wide awnings for all weather loading
  • ESFR fire suppression system
  • Dedicated hardstand area for each tenancy
  • B-Double access
  • High quality construction
  • Corporate-grade office accommodation


Project name Chullora Logistics Park
Project address 2 Hume Highway, Chullora , NSW 2190
Project status Development site
Ownership 100% - Charter Hall Prime Industrial Fund


Andrew Simons


Julian Etter