Gheringhap Employment Precinct

The Gheringhap Employment Precinct comprises 130 hectares of privately owned, Farm Zone land designated to transform Gheringhap into an active commercial precinct that will service Golden Plains Shire and surrounds.

Located in a prominent location on the Midland Highway at Gheringhap, the Precinct is located close to Geelong, Ballarat, Melbourne and major transport routes.

Council adopted The Gheringhap Structure Plan in 2012, which was gazetted into the Golden Plains Shire Council planning scheme in 2014. The Plan identifies Farm Zone land in Gheringhap that is suitable for development as an employment precinct.


What Gheringhap has to offer:

  • Prominent site on the outskirts of Geelong with frontage to the Midland Highway and access to the Hamilton Highway via the Fyansford-Gheringhap Road

  • High exposure site with over 13,000 traffic movements each day

  • 22kv power available

  • Town water supply

  • Natural gas (coming soon)

  • Location:

    • 15km (17 mins) to Geelong CBD

    • 8km (8 mins) to the Geelong Ring Road

    • 79km (1 hr) to Melbourne

    • 74km (1 hr) to Ballarat

    • 14km (15 mins) to Geelong Port

    • 21km (16 mins) to Lethbridge Airport

    • 25km (20 mins) to Avalon Airport

    • 89km (1 hr 7 mins) to Tullamarine Airport

  • Close to workforce

  • Rail access and siding

  • A new $2.48M roundabout on highway was completed in 2016 to improve access and traffic flow

  • NBN (coming soon to Batesford near Gheringhap)

  • The State Government has committed to doing a feasibility into the duplication of the Midland Highway between Geelong and Bannockburn.

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