Building 10
Fleet Workshops

On the Waterfront Level of Sub Base Platypus, the Fleet Intermediate Maintenance Activity (FIMA) Workshops building was originally used for torpedo assembly and storage during WWII. It was later modified for submarine maintenance and repair, with a steel tower added to the northern end of the building for testing periscopes.

The Platypus Management Plan proposes splitting the Fleet Workshops into two sections, to be separated by a landscaped courtyard providing open space and improving the visual and pedestrian connection between the street and the waterfront.

The Fleet Workshops building offers unique waterfront workspaces for creative, cultural, commercial and community activities, including maritime or light industrial use; studios and workshops (e.g. artists, film, music); retail/showroom and offices.

The southern end of the Fleet Workshops could open out onto the new Arrival Square, being a prime location for a cafe or restaurant which could incorporate waterfront outdoor seating with harbour views.

The Fleet Workshops are a Type A leasing opportunity.

Type A leasing opportunities provide tenants with a serviced shell, ready for tenant fitout and occupation, subject to Harbour Trust Planning Approval.

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