Darwin data centre

The Northern Territory (NT) Government is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified and experienced parties (proponents) to develop and operate data centres in Darwin. Submissions are invited for the single stage competitive process.

The NT is undertaking a single stage competitive process to raise awareness of the opportunity and invite submissions from suitably qualified / experienced entities.

The NT Government has identified a site in the suburb of Wishart that is available for the purpose of construction of a data centre or data centres. The site has flexible land parcels with ample land for expansion. Up to 100MW of power can be supplied at the site over the development period.

The government is also willing to work with proponents on bespoke solutions with a strategic need or individual power requirements above 100MW.

Watch an overview of the Darwin data centre opportunities.

View the transcript for the Darwin data centre EOI.

Interested parties will need to register in order to access the EOI information and to submit a response.

Registrations close at 10am ACST on 25 August 2020.

Call for EOI opens on 21 July 2020 and closes at 10am on ACST 15 September 2020.

General queries in relation to the project should be emailed to enquiriesddcp@nt.gov.au

Darwin Data Centre Park expression of interest brochure cover page

For further information on the expression of interest process, get the brochure.

Darwin data centre: expression of interest brochure PDF (5.0 MB)
Darwin data centre: expression of interest brochure DOCX (420.0 KB)

Registered proponent

Parties interested in submitting an expression of interest will need to register as a proponent. The NT Government will satisfy itself that any party seeking to register is a bona fide proponent and is likely to be able to deliver a project in line with the NT’s digital vision.

Parties registering interest will be advised on the outcome of their application within three business days of registering and will be required to sign a deed of disclaimer.

To register as a proponent fill in the online registration form.

Registered proponents will be provided access to the virtual data room, which contains information about the EOI process as well as the Wishart Estate.

Last updated: 23 July 2020

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