Digital Harbour

INTRODUCTION / WHY DIGITAL HARBOUR

In 2004 Docklands welcomed its first major commercial tenant, NAB.  Today it is the state and/or national headquarters of ANZ, Australian Customs, Ericson, Fujitsu, Myer, Melbourne Water, Marsh Mercer, Channel 9, Channel 7 and National Foods to name but a few.

By 2015 Docklands will be home to more national and international organisations and will have a daily working population of approximately 30,000 workers as well as 12,000 residents and 40,000 visitors per week. It is the fastest growing precinct in Australia. 

Digital Harbour offers tenants the opportunity to be part of this burgeoning location, gaining the benefits of easy and convenient access to public transport and the Melbourne freeway network whilst joining a growing community in the Docklands and providing significant operational benefits to suit modern, dynamic and growing organisations.

There are substantial benefits for progressive companies to relocate to a new building with large floor plates in a central location that will improve staff retention, improve productivity, increase amenity and deliver superior access.

The Digital Harbour Precinct in Melbourne Docklands:

  • Has direct access to CityLink freeway and is 15 minutes from the airport
  • Has easy access to trams at the front door and is within a 5 minute walk of Southern Cross station with access to the whole suburban train network
  • Is across the road from Etihad Stadium and a range of retail, restaurant and convenience shopping
  • Is on the edge of the CBD enjoying the benefits of proximity without the disadvantage of congestion that faces businesses in the city