Steel River estate in Newcastle has two great industrial/commercial land parcels for sale. With flexible zoning and easy access to all the Newcastle region has to offer, Steel River is the perfect choice for businesses!
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The CSIRO, or Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest research agencies in the world. It’s 13 divisions work across areas including:
- Climate adaptation
- Mineral research
- Preventative health
- Materials science & engineering
- Sustainable energy
CSIRO is involved in more than 740 research activities, working with leading scientific organisations in over 80 countries with partners and customers ranging from foreign governments, small companies to large multi-nationals and international foundations.
The CSIRO Energy Centre in Newcastle focuses on research in sustainable energy, the environmental impacts of energy and environmentally acceptable fossil fuel research and development. It is located adjacent to the 2 parcels of land currently available at Steel River Estate. Read more about it here.
In November 2010, travel bible Lonely Planet named Newcastle in its list of the world’s top 10 cities to visit in 2011. Coming in at #9, the destinations are ranked by their topicality, excitement, value for money and a special X-factor.
Some were surprised by the city’s inclusion, but when you look at what is on offer here in Newcastle and the Hunter for both business and leisure it is easy to understand! As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, Lonely Planet Asia Pacific travel editor Shawn Low explained that, “Sydney has never made the list before so to have Newcastle as the only Australian city in the top 10 was controversial.
“The whole idea is to challenge people to get off the beaten track and visit places like Newcastle that have been flying under the radar.”
A diverse array of assets such as surf beaches, dining, night life, arts and “a unique blend of imagination and sophistication” justified Newcastle’s top 10 ranking, Mr Low said.