TaylorFind Out More
This contemporary suburb offers you the chance for more choice, more room and more amenities close to home. Backed by attractive rural land, Taylor offers a sense of space in a convenient urban setting. Taylor is adjacent to Horse Park Drive between Casey, Moncrieff and Jacka. The estate is located just 4km from the Gungahlin Town Centre with its major supermarkets, shopping outlets, medical facilities, cafes and restaurants.
ThrosbyFind Out More
Throsby is Gungahlin’s newest residential development located adjacent to Horse Park Drive, just 2.5kms east of the Gungahlin Town Centre and 11kms to the Canberra City. Surrounded by pristine nature reserves with views to Black Mountain and the Brindabella Ranges, Throsby is where you can leave the hustle and bustle behind and set your own pace of life. Playgrounds, wide open spaces and an expansive network of walking and cycling paths will give you endless opportunities to meet and play.
City to the LakeFind Out More
City to the Lake is a transformational urban renewal project which will create a vibrant, connected, and dynamic city. Not only will City to the Lake provide access to superior and unique facilities, it will build social infrastructure to improve the lifestyle of Canberrans, increase sustainability of the region, and boost the local economy. City to the Lake is one of Australia’s largest urban renewal projects and won the prestigious Australia Award for Urban Design in 2013. Developed in accordance with The City Plan, City to the Lake is being undertaken by the Land Development Agency for the ACT Government to guide public and private investment in Canberra’s heart into its second century.
CoombsFind Out More
Coombs is located on the eastern side of the Molonglo Valley's new arterial road, John Gorton Drive. With a cleverly designed layout, residents of Coombs will enjoy the magnificent views to surrounding mountains and valleys in different directions. The design also facilitates a range of housing options that complement the location and natural environment. With fifty per cent of blocks 500m2 or more you have the flexibility to design your new dream home.
GinninderryFind Out More
Ginninderry is a community with a difference, designed to cater to Canberra’s needs as a growing city. It will extend across the ACT/NSW border* to the west of Belconnen and is being developed in joint venture with Riverview Developments Pty Ltd. The community will eventually have around 11,500 homes, of which 6,500 will be in the ACT.
Gungahlin Town CentreFind Out More
Gungahlin Town Centre is a lively hub in the fast growing district of Gungahlin in Canberra’s north. Over the past two decades, Gungahlin has become home to nearly 50,000 residents. The bustling Gungahlin Town Centre is at its heart and offers the key components of a vibrant community, including schools, a library, medical services, cafés, restaurants, bars, special retailers and department stores.
Kingston ForeshoreFind Out More
The Kingston Foreshore will be a Mixed Use waterfront precinct with a strong arts, cultural, tourism and leisure theme. The overall vision for Kingston Foreshore is to rejuvinate on under-utilised industrial area and to create a mix of retail, commercial, residential and recreational areas while preserving the overall historical significance. Kingston Foreshore will be the leading arts, recreation, cultural and community location in Canberra and will provide a perfect blend of landscapes, nature, art, history and people. The Kingston Foreshore will be somewhere visitors and residents can experience life, art and nature in balance.
LawsonFind Out More
Lawson is a new residential estate providing housing opportunities in the Belconnen District. Bordered by Ginninderra Drive, Lake Ginninderra and Baldwin Drive, it is only minutes to the heart of Belconnen with a network of roads that can deliver you to Civic or Gungahlin in approximately 10 minutes. It will provide up to 2,070 dwellings, with 199 of these being single residential blocks.
MoncrieffFind Out More
Moncrieff is located in North Gungahlin and is bound by Horse Park Drive to the north and the existing suburbs of Ngunnawal and Amaroo to the south and east. It is located approximately 4km north of the Gungahlin Town Centre. Moncrieff is being developed by the Land Development Agency (LDA) and is planned to include up to 2,200 dwellings, a group centre, community facilities, parks and playground areas. The estate will comprise a mixture of single residential, medium and high density Multi Unit developments.
New West - HumeFind Out More
Adjacent to the existing industrial area of Hume, the New West Industry Park offers 34 blocks ranging in size from 1,682m2 to 32,221m2. Blocks are ready to build on now and are available to purchase at Reserve prices, contact us for further information. The estate is 56 hectares in size on level or gently undulating land. New West Industry Park is a convenient and refreshing alternative to other industrial estates within Canberra due to its central position with some blocks facing Monaro Highway, competitive prices and access to the latest fibre optic network technology.
Southquay GreenwayFind Out More
Southquay Greenway is Canberra’s newest waterfront precinct located along the shores of Lake Tuggeranong. Once complete, the precinct will consist of 1,000 dwellings and more than 3,000m2 of commercial space in the heart of the Tuggeranong Town Centre. The entire urban precinct of Southquay Greenway will consist of 13 sites along the eastern and western sides of Lake Tuggeranong. All eight sites positioned on the western side closest to Anketell Street were sold at auction during 2014-2015.
Suburban ResidentialFind Out More
A unique number of residential blocks are becoming available for purchase across Canberra through the ACT Government’s Loose Fill Asbestos Insulation Eradication Scheme. Varying in size, many of these blocks sit in tree lined streets in the heart of some of Canberra’s older, more established suburbs and communities. Blocks are available in the Inner North, the Inner South, Tuggeranong, Weston Creek, Woden, and Belconnen.
Urban RenewalFind Out More
Urban renewal is the coordinated redevelopment of urban areas to make Canberra a more prosperous, compact, livable and sustainable city. It supports increased population density and makes for a more connected city with better places and spaces. Urban renewal is a core priority for the ACT Government and is vital to growing our economy and ensuring Canberra remains one of the world’s most livable cities.
WrightFind Out More
Wright is located in Molonglo Valley, north of Cotter Road close to established shops, services and infrastructure in Weston Creek. The Master plan for Wright embraces the natural environment, with wide tree-lined streets and recreational and cycle paths connecting the suburb to surrounding amenities such as Stromlo Forest Park, the Molonglo River corridor, the planned Coombs local shops and school, the National Arboretum Canberra and Civic Centre.