Business at Crossroads


Washworks owner Simon Dunn with LandCorp general manager John Hackett and development manager Kasey Green.
Washworks owner Simon Dunn with LandCorp general manager John Hackett and development manager Kasey Green.

Crossroads Industrial is connected to power, water, sewerage and the broadband network as well as the provision of reticulated gas connections throughout the entire development.

Simon Dunn owns Washworks, a 24-hour vehicle and dog washing station and the first business to trade at Crossroads.

He said the development was an attractive proposition.

“Crossroads really had everything I was looking for when it came to choosing a site for my new business,” he said.

“Our customers will come from the nearby industrial and residential areas, as well as further afield, and we will also benefit from passing trade – thanks to the busy Ranford Road.”

LandCorp chief executive Frank Marra said the location was a large factor in Crossroads’ success.

“The development has been very popular with businesses taking advantage of its strategic location along Perth’s rapidly growing South East corridor next to the Tonkin Highway, and only minutes to Canning Vale, Perth Airport and the Kewdale Freight Terminal,” he said.