High Level of Commercial Vehicle activity
Kimba as Innovators
Establishing a business in the region will draw stakeholder support from all parts of the community
Kimba is renown for its inventiveness and resilience. Agricultural machinery, farming techniques, and nationally-recognised sustainable and inventive farmers have been recognised and awarded over many years in the district
Pivotal Site on the Upper EP
The facility will act as a central hub for commodity movements and segregations as storage facilities are rationalised in the region
a sleeping giant
Today, Kimba and the surrounding district is home to more than 1,300 people and lays claim to (among many other significant things) being the town that’s ‘Halfway across Australia.
Apart from being a service hub to the district’s grain and livestock farmers, Kimba itself is fast becoming known as a tourism destination. It is also a key entry point to the stunning Gawler Ranges National Park.
Being at the point of convergence of several arterial roads, traffic to and from Kimba is fairly busy on a weekly basis
Annual production of Kimba
(including surrounding districts)
is fairly consistent on an annual basis
Cool winter rainfall helps cereal agriculture in the region
Cereals, legumes and oil seeds form the primary crops in Kimba and surrounding districts
Primary road networks in the region facilitating road movements through Kimba include National Highway 1, Cleve Road, and Cowell-Kimba Road