Intermodal precincts | Moorebank
The Moorebank Intermodal Precinct is the largest intermodal logistics precinct in Australia and is a nationally significant infrastructure project helping transform how freight is moved around the country.
Located 32km from Sydney and covering over 240 hectares of land in South-west Sydney, the Moorebank Intermodal Precinct is roughly the size of the Sydney CBD stretching from Circular Quay to Central Station.
The Moorebank Intermodal Precinct links directly to Port Botany and includes:
- An IMEX (Import Export) Rail Terminal (opened in 2019) with expected capacity of 1.05 million TEU per year
- An Interstate Rail Terminal with expected capacity of 500,000 TEU per year
- Over 850,000 sqm of warehousing; and
- Inter-connecting road links (M5 and M7) and rail links and a dedicated rail freight link to Port Botany via the South Sydney Freight Line.
At full capacity, the Moorebank Intermodal Precinct will take 3,000 heavy truck movements off Sydney’s roads each day and significantly reduce congestion. The precinct will also help to enable lower freight costs, reduce carbon emissions and deliver a range of community and environmental benefits.
Success through partnership
We are working with commercial partners, operators and industry experts to build the intermodals of the future and transform Australia's supply chains.
Be part of this exciting transformation and get in touch today.
Ms Joanne Fox has been appointed as the Chief Corporate Affairs & People Officer of National Intermodal.
Ms Fox has extensive experience in leadership and executive roles across different global industry sectors including FMCG, pharmaceuticals and energy, and will be a key member of National Intermodal’s executive leadership team.
National Intermodal is proud to have become a member of Supply Nation, Australia’s largest directory of verified Indigenous businesses, offering a comprehensive array of potential suppliers.
Our membership should help us more easily deliver against our overall sustainability strategy, which is a cornerstone of how we operate as a business to deliver positive economic, social and environmental impact.
The Australian Government today released the Infrastructure Investment Program Strategic Review (“Review”).
This announcement and the associated funding decisions result in no changes to existing National Intermodal programs.