About Fishermans Bend
Fishermans Bend is Australia’s largest urban renewal project, covering approximately 480 hectares in the heart of Melbourne and connecting the CBD to the bay.
© Photo Credit: Fishermans Bend Taskforce, Department Jobs, Precincts and Regions
It is expected that by 2050, Fishermans Bend will be home to approximately 80,000 residents and provide employment for up to 80,000 people.
Fishermans Bend is made up of five precincts across two municipalities, City of Melbourne and City of Port Phillip:
- Lorimer: a vibrant, mixed-use precinct
- Montague: a diverse and well-connected mixed-used precinct celebrating its significant cultural and built heritage
- Wirraway: a family friendly inner city neighbourhood
- Sandridge: one of Melbourne’s premium office and commercial centres, balanced with diverse housing and retail
- Employment Precinct: Australia’s leading advanced manufacturing, engineering and design precinct
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Our Purpose & Our History
We welcome and encourage business leaders within Fishermans Bend and beyond, to join our association to connect with fellow Members, and join the conversation about the issues affecting Fishermans Bend businesses and join with us to shine a light on this nation leading innovation precinct.
Guy is a Director of NSL Property Group offering outstanding performance and productivity in all facets of the property including but not limited to, vendors, purchasers, landlords and prospective tenants.
David is looking forward to collaborating with the Fisherman’s Bend Business Forum to ensure that local businesses and organisations have an input into the development of this major change project. With a background in logistics and transport he is keen to see the development of the transport and light rail infrastructure to meet the future challenges that this development brings.
Eric is a Manager at Melbourne Cement Facilities. A qualified Mechanical Engineer he has been associated with manufacturing for most of his career.
He joined to better understand how long-standing industries will integrate in the future of Fishermans Bend.
Mary is an innovative strategic thinker with unique experience in organisational improvement, transformation and cultural change.
Mary currently provides coaching and mentoring to senior executives. She is also involved in a number of not-for-profit organisations including Rotary Melbourne