Bomen Business Park

Strategically located, The Bomen Business Park enables businesses to capture markets all over Australia easily and efficiently. Located 15 minutes from Wagga Wagga's CBD, the park sits perfectly either side of the railway line operating between Melbourne and Sydney and has excellent road access to the Olympic, Sturt and Hume highways.

The Bomen Strategic Master Plan 2009 sees the Bomen Business Park as a nationally renowned place for transport and logistics based enterprises servicing centres Australia wide and helping to strengthen the city of Wagga Wagga and the Riverina region.

Home to National businesses such as Teys Australia, Heinz Watties, Austrak, BOC gases and the biggest livestock marketing facility in the southern hemisphere, the Bomen Business Park is the economically sustainable solution for your business.

For more information on land availability and business investment opportunities please contact Commercial and Economic Development Project Manager, James Bolton on 1300 2 WAGGA (92442).  

Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub. 


Wagga Wagga City Council is investing heavily in the Bomen Business Park, evidenced by the proposed $58 million Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub. The RIFL Hub will capitalise on this excellent location and access to capital cities by improving rail connection between Wagga Wagga and its position on the Sydney to Melbourne line.

Currently estimated to cost $58 million, the project involves the construction of new major rail and road infrastructure and a freight terminal on 80 hectares of land at Bomen. Both State and Federal Governments are partnering the project, highlighted by the Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport committing $14.5 million towards the construction of necessary roads and rail infrastructure. Private sector partners will also play a critical role in making the RIFL Hub a reality.

The construction of additional rail infrastructure, including a new 5km long master siding, will allow freight trains to safely pull off the main rail line to load and unload material for wider distribution.

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