Estate Profile: Wallara Waters – Wallan, VIC

Set amongst the natural environment and all the facilities Wallan has to offer, the Wallara Waters estate, brought to you by Oliver Hume, is the perfect location for those who love a rich, wholesome country lifestyle that is driven by the community. Established with over 400 houses already built, Wallara Waters is the perfect piece of serenity with peaceful tree-lined streets and an unshaken sense of familiarity. Located in the town of Wallan, approximately 64km from Melbourne city, the suburb features all the charm a rural town has to offer combined with modernised healthcare facilities, entertainment and a great range of schools, making it the perfect retreat for your next family home.

Land for sale
Located on a 186-hectare site with over 6 hectares dedicated to wetlands and open spaces, the suburb is the perfect place for all families no matter your stage of life. With a range of established homes, you would be moving into a construction site, you can position yourself in the heart of a thriving community, ready to hit the ground running. You are spoiled for choice with a selection of house and land packages that are designed to suit the needs of every family. Block sizes range from 350sqm – 562sqm with prices starting at an affordable $254,000 extending to $335,000.

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Key Features
Being a thriving community in the heart of a country town, Wallara Waters is inspired to become a convenient township for all residents that is balanced by a beautiful rural backdrop. The estate offers dedicated open spaces, walking and cycling trails, recreation parks, wetlands and reserves, giving you and your kids every reason to get out and explore the great outdoors. Weekends will never be boring at Wallara Waters – with three extensive parks built that invite a space for play, sport and Sunday barbecues. All residents are able to access high-speed broadband fibre-to-the-home built to every block, and Class A recycled water will be available for gardening and washing, subject to connection by Yarra Valley Water. With its rural postcode, building in Wallara Waters means residents are eligible to receive a Regional First Home Owners Grant of $20k. That combined with a great range of affordable houses, means starting a new life in Wallan is suitable for any budget!

Transport
Developers at Wallara Waters understand that many Australian’s are adapted to a city office to fulfil their work duties. Which is why they are dedicated to making CBD travel convenient for all. The Wallan station sits approximately 2km from your front door. So grab a coffee, enjoy a luxury journey on an air-conditioned and heated Vline service that will be dropping you at Southern Cross station in a short 45-minute ride. If walking or driving is no option, bus stations are scattered throughout the suburb. Connection from the town to the Hume Fwy is under development and will be set to service in no time. For now, the National Highway will take travellers approximately an hour to reach Melbourne City. Neighbouring suburbs like Kilmore can be easily accessed with a short 15 km drive on the Northern Highway.

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Schools
Nearby schools will mean your kids are never too far from home, with Wallan Primary and secondary, and preschool just a short 2km walk from Wallara Waters. For those seeking religious and private institutions, Our Lady of the Way Catholic Primary School is brand new to Wallan East and The Kilmore International Institute is accessible to students by bus.

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Shopping for the family
With the suburb focused on a real sense of community, it is proud to offer an extensive range of local business passed down by generations. Though elements to Wallara Waters are new and fresh, the country charm is cemented by these retailers who operate on the basis of old-fashioned friendly service. Though it may shine with rural sparkle, Wallara Waters will never cease to entertain. You’ll find the Wellington Square shopping centre just 1km away, with a great choice of local retail stores, major supermarkets, bars, restaurants and other entertainment options for the whole family to enjoy.

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Surrounding amenities
Wallara Waters understands Australians love their sport. Which is why the proximity of local football and netball clubs have leagues to accommodate all ages, right up to senior reserves. The hidden valley golf course, the peaceful Yan Yean Reservoir Park and Mt William Winery provide ideal spots to enjoy a relaxing, romantic summer afternoon picnic. Closeby is the Kinglake National park, which offers a perfect outing for the whole family.

Thinking of building a new house and would like more information on Wallara Waters? Get in touch with our team of experts at iBuildNew on 1800 184 284 or book a call at a time suitable to you.

Breanna Taylor

Breanna Taylor is a third-year journalism and PR student studying at Swinburne University in Hawthorn. She has a strong passion for interior design and a growing interest in property development and renovation.

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