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Sub Base Platypus secures high-profile tenants

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Sub Base Platypus, image courtesy of ASPECT Studios, photograph by Simon Wood.
Sydney’s newest waterfront destination, Sub Base Platypus in North Sydney, has welcomed its first two tenants – Australian Sailing and SLR Consulting Australia Pty Ltd (SLR).

Formerly a torpedo factory, submarine base and gasworks, Sub Base Platypus is emerging as a contemporary place for community recreation and work, and its historic spaces are being revealed, reimagined and activated by the Harbour Trust.

Australian Sailing, which is Australia’s peak body for sailing with more than 360 clubs nationally, will relocate its administration and training facilities to the Fleet Workshops (Building 10), bringing it closer to the local sailing community.

Meanwhile, SLR – global leaders in providing environmental and advisory solutions, including acoustics to waste management – has chosen the Submarine School (Building 2) as the new home for its Asia Pacific Head Office and Sydney-based operations.

Join our tenant community

If you are interested in joining SLR and Australian Sailing at Sub Base Platypus, check out our available leasing opportunities and complete our online enquiry form.

Australian Sailing and SLR are just the latest additions to the Harbour Trust’s thriving community of tenants. Get to know the businesses at each of our extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour by checking out our online Tenant Directory.

The revenue from Harbour Trust tenancies is directly reinvested into our network of protected places, allowing us to work towards improving public access to once inaccessible sites that have natural and cultural heritage significance.

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