National Environmental Award
GEELONG’S own Warralily development at Armstrong Creek has taken out the Environmental Excellence Award at the 2019 Urban Development Institute of Australia National Awards.
Warralily Wins Prestigious
A leading local housing development in Geelong took out two major awards at the 2018 UDIA awards for excellence last week.
Warralily Award Success
The Warralily Development has taken out two awards at the 2018 Victorian Urban Development Institution of Australia Awards For Excellence.
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Building is underway on the first homes in Newland Developers' master-planned estate at Altitude Aspire.
Family Fun Day At Altitude
Newland Developers is hosting a free famly fun day and builders expo.
First Titles Released As New Estate Hits It's Peak
The first sods are set to be turned at Terranora's latest development Altitude Aspire.
School Opens At
Premier Daniel Andrews was present in class yesterday for the opening of the new Armstrong Creek School.
A Moment In Time
A time capsule was sealed at the Village Warralily to celebreate the grand opening.
New Vibe At Village
Shopping at Armstrong Creek has taken a big leap forward with the official opening of The Village Warralily.
Creek project lands award for developer
The transformation of Warralily's creekline and waterway project has been recognised with the Landscape Victoria 2017 Landscape of the Year award.
Work on new Armstrong Creek sports pavilion has begun
WORK on the new Armstrong Creek sports pavilion began on Saturday with the Member for Western Victoria Gayle Tierney officially breaking ground at the site.
Growing heart of community life
WARRALILY continues to move from success to success with sales for the first half of the year exceeding expectations and the first 3 stages in the new Central neighbourhood selling out in just 3 months.
Key tenants in shopping precinct
WARRALILY Village is set to become the heart of Geelong’s newest community, creating a central hub for shopping, dining, schooling, community gatherings and sporting activities.
New community strategies offer a strong sense of belonging
Encouraging people to see each other outside of their homes is part of the Warralily community vision.
THE City of Greater Geelong has responded to Armstrong Creek’s rapid growth by directing $9 million to community infrastructure at Warralily in the 2016-17 proposed budget.
At the heart of the community is
the well-patronised Club Mandalay
THE Mandalay community in Beveridge is starting to take shape, with more than one-third of the estate complete and some 1,500 residents calling it home.
My Story - Sylvia Dempster
Sylivia Dempster can't wait to move into her new home at Belmond on Clyde estate this year.
Belmond on Clyde
Belmond on Clyde may be mere moment from the busyness of the Southeastern corridor, but the community will be a haven of calm.