11 Oct 2021

Valuations and Development Pipeline Presentation

Page 1 of 1 Level 21, 12 Creek Street Brisbane QLD 4000 GPO Box 5270 Brisbane QLD 4001 W gardaproperty.com.au E info@gardaproperty.com.au P +61 7 3002 5300 GARDA Property Grou p 11 October 2021 VALUATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE GARDA Property Group (“GARDA”) today provides a presentation on its recent property revaluation program and industrial development pipeline. – END – Authorised for release by: Matthew Madsen (Executive Chairman) For more information please contact: Paul Brown Manager, Investor Relations GARDA Property Group Phone: 07 3002 5362 pbrown@gardaproperty.com.au VALUATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT | October 2021 GARDA PROPERTY GROUP (ASX: GDF) This presentation ( Presentation ) has been prepared on behalf of GARDA Property Group ( GDF or Group or GARDA ), comprising GARDA Holdings Limited ( GHL ) and its controlled entities and GARDA Capital Limited (ACN 095 039 366) (AFSL 246714) ( GCL ) as responsible entity of the GARDA Diversified Property Fund ARSN 104 391 273 (the Fund ). 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To the maximum extent permitted by law, any and all liability in respect of the Presentation (and any forward looking stateme nt) is expressly excluded, including, without limitation, any liability arising from fault or negligence, for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from any loss whatsoever arising from the use of the information in this Presentation or otherwise arising in connection with it. GARDA is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange ( ASX ) and all applicable obligations and restrictions contained in (without limitation) the ASX Listing Rules and Corporations Ac t a pply accordingly. The acknowledgements referred to above may be pleaded as a bar to any claim that any reader may bring. Persons who come into possession of this Presentation (including through a website) who are not in Australia should seek advi ce on and observe any legal restrictions on distribution in their own jurisdiction. Distribution of this Presentation outside of Australia (whether electronically or otherwise) may be restricted by law. Persons who receive this Pr ese ntation outside of Australia are required to observe any such restrictions. Failure to comply with such restrictions may find you in violation of applicable securities laws. DISCLAIMER 2 | Valuations & Development VALUATIONS | Valuations & Development 41 Bivouac Place, Wacol OCTOBER 2021 VALUATION HIGHLIGHTS KEY OUTCOMES OF PORTFOLIO VALUATION CYCLE – OCTOBER 2021 4 25 cents increase in NTA per security 1 $1.70 | 17% NTA PER SECURITY $67.7m increase in Portfolio Value 2 $558.9m | 14% PORTFOLIO VALUE | Valuations & Development Reduction in Gearing 3 Cap Rate Compression 4 35.3% | 3.1% GEARING 5.27% | 51bps PORTFOLIO WACR 1. NTA increase from 30 June 2021. 2. Increase in portfolio value from the previously adopted independent valuations for relevant properties. 3. Gearing reduction from 30 June 2021. 4. Movement in capitalisation rates from the previously adopted independent valuations for relevant properties . SECURITY PRICE PERFORMANCE NTA PER SECURITY VERSUS ASX SECURITY PRICE SINCE INTERNALISATION 1 5 | Valuations & Development 1. NTA and ASX security price chart from 1 December 2019 through 8 October 2021. $0.60 $0.80 $1.00 $1.20 $1.40 $1.60 $1.80 01-Dec-19 01-Mar-20 01-Jun-20 01-Sep-20 01-Dec-20 01-Mar-21 01-Jun-21 01-Sep-21 01-Dec-21 GDF.ASX NTA per securtity VALUATIONS AND FINANCIAL OUTCOMES 6 ? GARDA has completed a portfolio valuation program as at 1 October 2021. ? The program included nine established industrial assets, four commercial office assets and the recently acquired industrial development site at Richlands. Three properties, Mackay, North Lakes and Wacol (Pinnacle East), were not assessed. ? The program resulted in a $67.7 million increase in independent valuations, consisting of $44.6 million in industrial, $20 mi lli on in office and a $3.1 million increase at Richlands (land). ? Net Tangible Assets 1 (“NTA”) per security has increased $0.25 to $1.70 per security as at 1 October 2021, representing a 17.2% premium to the 30 June 2021 NTA of $1.45 per security. ? NTA of $1.70 also implies a 15.3% premium to the GDF ASX security price of $1.475 per security on 8 October 2021. ? Gearing reduces to 35.3%, from 38.4% as reported at 30 June 2021. ? Property portfolio is now independently valued at $558.9 million. ? Portfolio WACR is now 5.27% - a compression of 51 basis points. ? Sectoral composition (by value) consists of industrial (54%) (including industrial development land (13%)) and office (46%). ? 1 October 2021 WALE (by income) of 5.6 years and occupancy (by income) of 92%. Valuation Program Financial Impact Portfolio Impact | Valuations & Development 1. NTA calculated from unaudited management accounts. VALUATION OVERVIEW 7 Property Sector 1 Oct 2021 Valuation ($m) Cap Rate (%) Cap Rate Movement (bps) Movement in Valuation ($m) Acacia Ridge, 38 Peterkin St Industrial / Redevelopment 7.0 6.25% - 100 0.8 Acacia Ridge, 56 Peterkin St Industrial / Redevelopment 7.6 6.25% - 75 0.6 Acacia Ridge, 69 Peterkin St Industrial 21.7 4.25% N/A 10.2 Berrinba, 1 - 9 Kellar St Industrial 13.3 4.75% - 50 1.3 Heathwood, 67 Noosa St Industrial 17.8 4.50% - 200 6.0 Mackay, 69 - 79 Diesel Dr 1 Industrial 35.0 6.50% 0 0.0 Morningside, 326 & 340 Thynne Rd Industrial 49.3 4.75% - 50 5.6 Pinkenba , 70 - 82 Main Beach Rd Industrial 32.0 4.75% - 25 5.8 Wacol, 41 Bivouac Pl Industrial 57.5 4.25% - 75 12.1 Wacol, Pinnacle West ( Bldg C) Industrial 13.9 4.50% - 50 1.4 Wacol , Pinnacle West (balance land) Industrial Land 10.3 N/A N/A 0.5 North Lakes, 109 - 135 Boundary Rd 1 Industrial Land 20.0 N/A N/A 0.0 Wacol, Pinnacle East 1 Industrial Land 7.2 N/A N/A 0.0 Richlands, 56 - 72 Bandara St 2 Industrial Land 9.9 N/A N/A 3.1 Box Hill, 436 Elgar Rd Office 45.5 4.75% - 75 6.5 Cairns, 7 - 19 Lake St Office 90.0 6.625% - 12.5 3.5 Richmond, 572 - 576 Swan St (Bot 7) Office 58.5 5.25% - 25 4.5 Richmond, 588A Swan St (Bot 9) Office 62.5 5.25% - 25 5.5 Total Portfolio 558.9 5.27% 67.7 5.64% OFFICE CAP RATE 4.90 % INDUSTRIAL CAP RATE 16% 6% 48% 30% Geography (by value) Cairns Mackay Brisbane Melbourne 46% 41% 13% Sector (by Value) Office Industrial Land / Industrial Development | Valuations & Development 1. Mackay, North Lakes and Wacol (Pinnacle East) were not independently valued as part of this program and will be valued in lin e w ith GARDA’s valuation policy. 2. Richlands valuation dated 13 July 2021. $3.1 million increase is from the acquisition price of $6.8 million. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT | Valuations & Development 9 6,000 7,830 15,265 3,000 13,000 13,000 98,000 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 Acacia Ridge Stage 1B Wacol, Pinnacle West (Bldg B) Acacia Ridge Stage 2 Wacol, Pinnacle West (Bldg A) Richlands (new) Wacol, Pinnacle East (new) North Lakes (new) (m 2 ) INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE GFA 1 DELIVERY Existing Pipeline New Pipeline Acquisitions² ‘BUILD TO OWN’ INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE ~156,000M² OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT TO BE CONSTRUCTED | Valuations & Development 1. GFA = gross floor area. 2. New pipeline acquisitions acquired during CY2021 . 10 ILLUSTRATIVE PIPELINE VALUATION METRICS $125/m² AVERAGE RENT RATE 4.75% INDUSTRIAL WACR $410 Million ON COMPELTION VALUE | Valuations & Development Indicative Valuation Metrics 156,000m² PI PELINE GFA $2,632/m² CAPITAL VALUE ? $125/m² p.a. is the assumed average rent rate used for 156,000m² of future pipeline GFA. The average net rent of GARDA’s comparable portfolio of established industrial assets is $128/m². ? 4.75% is the assumed weighted average capitalisation rate (WACR) used to estimate the on - completion value of 156,000m² of future pipeline GFA. The WACR of GARDA’s comparable portfolio of established industrial assets is 4.61%. ? $2,632/m² capital value of future pipeline on completion value calculated as net rent rate of $125/m² divided by WACR of 4.75%. Berrinba, 1 - 9 Kellar St 11 ILLUSTRATIVE ANALYSIS – POTENTIAL NTA UPSIDE $ 66 Million CARRYING VALUE OF DEVELOPMENT ASSETS ? $51.6 million of land at value on balance sheet today. ? $14.4 million of redevelopment asset value on balance sheet today. | Valuations & Development Inputs, estimates and assumptions for illustrative purposes: $ 209 Million PIPELINE COST TO BE FUNDED ? As the development of 156,000m² will occur over a multi - year period, it may potentially be debt funded. ? Bulk and Civil earthworks - $22m (North Lakes $18m and Wacol $4m) ? Development costs - $187m ($1,200/m²) $ 135 Million POTENTIAL NTA ACCRETION ? If realised, completing the pipeline should lead to significant NTA accretion. $410 Million ON - COMPLETION INDUSTRIAL VALUE ? 156,000m² at $2,632/m² (based on $125/m² net rent capitalised at 4.75%). 12 ILLUSTRATIVE ANALYSIS – PROPERTY INCOME | Valuations & Development $19.5 Million NET PROPERTY INCOME PER ANNUM $125/m² AVERAGE RENT RATE 156,000m² PI PELINE GFA ~ $ 5.0 Million ANNUAL INTEREST EXPENSES TO FUND DELIVERY ? Indicative interest costs associated with debt funding the delivery of 156,000m² of industrial pipeline. ? Assuming 100% debt funded and a weighted average cost of debt 1 of 2.5% ~ $14.5 Million POTENTIAL GROWTH IN FFO PER ANNUM ? FY21 FFO per security guidance of 8.0 – 8.5 cents (or $16.7m – $17.7m) on 208.6 million securities. ? If realised, the pipeline should lead to significant FFO accretion (subject to the dilutive impact of any equity raise). 1. Current weighted average cost of debt is 2.2%. PIPELINE – THE LOGICAL ORDER 13 ? Land available for redevelopment : • 15,265m² of available GFA at Acacia Ridge stage 2 (CY 2022). ? Currently developed land : • 10,830m² of available GFA at Wacol, Pinnacle West (CY 2022). ? Undeveloped land • 13,000m² of available GFA at Bandara Street, Richlands (CY 2022) • 13,000m² of available GFA at Wacol, Pinnacle East (CY 2023) • 98,000m² of available GFA at North Lakes (CY 2023 - 2027). | Valuations & Development w: gardaproperty.com.au e: info@gardaproperty.com.au Level 21, 12 Creek Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 p: +61 7 3002 5300 GPO Box 5270, Brisbane QLD 4001

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