Find your future

Our Location

Inspired location.
Untethered opportunity.

Located just to the west of Toowoomba in Charlton Queensland.

90 mins to Brisbane CBD
10 mins to Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport - servicing domestic and international markets.
10 mins to Proposed Interlink SQ Road and Rail Intermodal Terminal.
Direct access to 3 national highways - Warrego, Gore and New England Highways.
10 mins to Proposed Inland Rail Corridor - a 1,700km route linking Melbourne and Brisbane
Close to two universities and a TAFE facility (featuring a $7m Agtech centre)

Why Toowoomba?

Toowoomba is the ideal home for innovators and entrepreneurs.

Priding itself on rich agricultural traditions and bold ambitions, Toowoomba offers obvious advantages for businesses. Widely known as a freight, logistics and agricultural hub, the region is perfectly positioned for economic growth – with exciting opportunities for businesses.

2nd most populous inland city in Australia

Toowoomba’s population of 170K is underpinned by low unemployment and supported by industry and infrastructure investment

$12bn local economy

Toowoomba’s economy is built on strong foundations, with an average 4.1% annual growth over the past decade to 2019*

24% share of QLD’s agricultural production value

Toowoomba is a centre for Food processing and Agtech in Queensland. Together with nearby local government areas, it was responsible for one-quarter of Queensland’s agricultural production value in 2018–19*

33% Increase in advanced manufacturing value

Manufacturing in Toowoomba is shifting from mass production and simple processing to advanced manufacturing, increasing in value to $150m over the last ten years

9.4% share of gross regional Agriculture product

Agriculture is one of the largest industries in the Toowoomba region – accounting for 9.4% of gross regional product

14.8०C/26.3०C average temperature

With a comfortable climate and generous 771mm annual rainfall, Toowoomba boasts ideal conditions for the agricultural and food tech industry

80% of AU Population accessible by key transport modes

Toowoomba has access to 80% of Australia’s population within 24-hours via road, rail and air connections

3 Tertiary education institutions

A region of knowledge – with two universities and a TAFE found within one hour of the precinct

Diverse agriculture

90% of all recognised farming categories occur at a commercial scale within a 300km radius of Toowoomba

Enjoy wide-open space and wide-reaching connection.

Toowoomba Regional Council

A precinct like no other.
Acknowledgement of Country

AATLIS acknowledges the people, the traditional owners of the land where the precinct will be established and the region – the Gaibal, Keinjan, Barunggam and Jarowair peoples.

Their history is our history.

We pay our respect to their ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to country.

FKG has reconciliation action plans endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. Those plans will serve as a framework for AATLIS to engage, design and implement plans to positively impact business activities, services, training and programs for First Nations people.