Lot Fourteen is bringing together South Australia’s leading abilities in space, defence, hi-tech, creative industries and entrepreneurship together in one place and provides a springboard for innovation, ideas and careers.
Backed by the State and Federal governments, it is a platform for opportunity. A precinct where future industries meet an innovation workforce in a vibrant ecosystem that supercharges collaboration and creativity – all in the centre of one of the world’s safest and most liveable cities.
Already home to the Australian Space Agency, Australian Institute for Machine Learning, Stone & Chalk startup hub and the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre, Lot Fourteen is accelerating global interaction and investment, creating high-value jobs and driving economic growth and future prosperity for South Australia.
Lot Fourteen is also transforming into a cultural drawcard as the future home of Australia’s premier Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre, where the world’s oldest continuous living cultures will be celebrated while shaping the thinking of tomorrow.
This program is expected to support approximately 815 full time equivalent jobs per year over the life of the construction.
Capital investment: combined state and federal capital investment of $466 million plus additional private and non-government sector investment totalling approximately $1.2 billion.
This project is jointly funded by the Australian and South Australian Governments and privately.