Development opportunities


Development overview

Aviation and non-aviation development opportunities are currently available at Moorabbin Airport, including:

  • Hangars
  • Training facilities 
  • Business parks
  • Warehouses
  • Distribution centres 
  • Commercial offices
  • Retail 
Moorabbin Airport and Goodman work closely with customers to deliver modern purpose-built facilities and infrastructure that meet the needs of businesses, airport users and the community. Goodman are responsible for the development and management of non-aviation facilities at Moorabbin Airport.

Goodman has significant industrial and office space development experience in Australia. Our masterplanned industrial estates and office parks are home to large national and global companies.
Customers include logistics, warehouse+distribution, e-retail, retail, automotive, professional services, pharmaceutical/medical and IT/technology.

Track record of the latest developments at Moorabbin Airport.


Development opportunities

Land is available for the construction of brand new facilities ideal for retail, large-format retail, commercial and warehouse uses. 

Take advantage of the development opportunities now available at and develop a brand-new facility perfect for your business. 

  • High exposure location 
  • Flexibility to design new facilities to suit your specific requirements 
  • Spaces from 4,000 sqm
  • Zoning permits a range of retail, warehouse, showroom, commercial and medical uses
  • Excellent connections to major arterial roads 
  • Superior on-site amenities 
  • Sustainable development and property management initiatives, find out more.

Strategic location

Strategic location

The Moorabbin Airport business park precinct is positioned 21 kilometres south east of the Melbourne CBD in the suburb of Mentone.

The site is bounded by Centre Dandenong Road to the north, Boundary Road to the east, Lower Dandenong Road to the south and Grange Road and others to the west. Positioned 5km from Nepean Highway and 7km from EastLink provides a direct link with the wider Melbourne arterial road network including CityLink, Eastern Freeway and the Monash Freeway.

The newly opened Dingley Bypass (2.4km) provides excellent connectivity with the Bayside region and the nearby Dandenong Bypass provides connection to the established industrial precinct of Dandenong.

The proposed 9km Mordialloc Freeway is due for completion in 2021 and links the end of the Mornington Peninsula Freeway at Springvale Road to the Dingley Bypass.

Public transport services the area with a number of bus routes operating between Hampton and Cheltenham train stations.