Caribbean Business Park’s ongoing success is based on its reputation for consistency, quality and innovation.
In the early 1980s the vision for the land was to create one of Australia’s premier business parks, based on modern design and state of the art construction materials, from a perspective that was ecologically sympathetic. the aimwas to minimise the impact of the park on the environment by using cutting-edge technologies and best practice methods to reuse and recycle resources.
This vision has been realised in various features of the park. The management team of CBP is continually assessing the environmental impacts of the Park and ways it can be improved. The park is an example for responsible water management, with retention ponds onsite, grey water mains and swale drains. This approach aligns with the shifting trend to build better and more energy efficient buildings, translating to reduced energy costs for any potential tenant, together with minimising our carbon footprint on the environment.
At Caribbean Business Park we know the importance of planning for longevity. Just ask some of our tenants who’ve been with us since the eighties! We design our buildings to be adaptable to your changing business requirements over time. The Caribbean Gardens and Market officially opened in 1976. Since that time it has grown to be a vibrant market offering a fun shopping experience. Workers in the park have the benefit of easy access to fresh produce on market days. How many business parks can boast the inclusion of petting zoos and amusement rides?
Our buildings use the latest technologies and ICT infrastructure to help our tenants connect with the global market. The Park features underground services for light and power, as well as an extensive network of fibre optic cables for high-speed communications.
CBP demonstrates that innovative environments attract innovative tenants. It is a true business park in every respect comprising industrial, commercial and technical precincts.