Located at the southern side of Winnellie only 8kms from the CBD, between Coonawarra Rd and Raphael Rd this location is convenient to the Bowen Street and Tiger Brennan Drive intersection, which is signalised and allows access in all directions and also the Hickman Street intersection with the Stuart Highway which also allows access in and out in both directions.
Winnellie is Darwins original industrial and business precinct and offers a broad range of facilities and amenities.
5 Brooker St includes a total of 936sqm of Gross Floor Area which includes 70sqmof air-conditioned office or showroom and 796sqm of clearspan warehouse and 70sqm of mezzanine with a 6m awning covering a further 225sqm.
This building is built to the boundary on the north and the eastern boundary and these wall are concrete tilt panel. The internal clearance ranges from 7m to 8m. This warehouse is access via two electric roller shutters which are each 4.8m high and 5.5m wide.
This building presents extremely well with a concrete feature panel which faces Brooker Street and gives some design feature to the building.
For more information please contact Ryan Doyle 0405 192 389 or Lee Doyle 00403 348 243 at North Commercial NT.
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