USE THIS ONEThe federal and Western Australia governments are sponsoring a series of studies to inform the future development of the Australian Marine Complex (AMC) at Henderson in Western Australia. The studies will encompass aspects such as wharf design, ship-lift and docking options, vessel transfer paths, new berth options, security, utilities, facilities and amenities, and integrated transport solutions.

Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds said the AMC plays a vital role in providing support to Defence, commercial shipbuilding and repair, the resource sector, and offshore oil and gas. “The AMC is a key sustainment hub for Australia’s surface and submarine fleets, and is one of only two sites identified for shipbuilding under the National Naval Shipbuilding Plan,” Reynolds said. “The Morrison government is already investing up to A$1.5 billion in infrastructure at both Henderson and Fleet Base West at HMAS Stirling. I’ve been working closely with Premier McGowan and Minister Papalia on shaping the future of the Henderson Maritime Precinct. The federal government will invest more than A$9 million over two years to produce these detailed studies that will build on the strategic infrastructure and land use planning which has been commissioned by the state government. By leveraging off the Precinct’s existing industry presence, these studies will explore opportunities to collaborate on technology development and innovation.”

The AMC, located around 23 kilometres south of Perth, was established by the Western Australian government with federal assistance in 2003.


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