Western Australian Spaceport (WA Spaceport) is a privately owned commercial spaceport located in Albany, Western Australia. When operational (objective – 2024) WA Spaceport will provide efficient licenced orbital launch facilities on a non-exclusive access basis.


Our Vision is to provide access to space. Space technologies and exploration is possible to all who have the courage to pursue it.


WA Spaceport will meet the expectations of customers in a sustainable manner. To support international and domestic small satellite launch for individual constellation spacecraft replacement and earth observation applications WA Spaceport will enable expedient deployment and remove barriers to entry with its cost and time effective licenced orbital launch facilities.


Orbital launch facilities require licencing, optimal location and alike other structures careful design, construction and on-going maintenance which deprives resources from launch missions. WA Spaceport enables satellite manufacturers, operators, end users and launch service providers to concentrate their efforts to research, development and innovation to their own technologies.


Cost and time effective launch is attainable from Western Australia Spaceport (WA Spaceport). WA Spaceport is located within the local government area of the City of Albany, Western Australia.

Vehicle and payload transportation to WA Spaceport comprise major (Perth) and regional (Albany) airports, seaport (Port of Albany) and major road arterials. Perth airport services both international and domestic destinations. Direct connections include United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, India, South-East Asia and all capital cities of Australia. Perth airport services direct connection to Albany airport. Albany is a 4 ½ hour drive from Perth.

Personnel logistics are available from Perth and Albany airports.  Rental cars, local accommodation, dining, medical services, leisure and recreation can be obtained from Albany. Commute time between Albany and WA Spaceport is circa 30 minutes via sealed road access.

Launch facilities include clean room, gas services, communications, building services, lifting equipment, workstations, propellants, in-door staging, common launch pad, propellant loading-offloading, in-door launch control centre, downrange RF facilities, medical supplies and fire-fighting equipment.

WA Spaceport experiences temperate weather conditions year-round with clear ocean southwards launching into azimuths up to 50˚ eastwards from south and 85-90˚ westwards from south.


We will be posting latest news and information as we continue the development of  the WA Spaceport. Along with our monthly release of our new Docuseries -Beyond The Stars. This will be an in-depth look into the journey of WA Spaceport. The series will focus on the mission, capabilities, vision and purpose of WA Spaceport, and will be dedicated to dreamers, the pioneers and the explorers inside us all.

Ep.1 – The Mission

Discover how a dream is now becoming a reality.
How passion, determination and a proactive spirit can overcome any obstacle.

Ep.2 – Space Effect

Why is the pursuit of space so important? Should we concentrate all resources on solving the problems here on Earth?