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Woodlea Estate

Woodlea, the beginning of suburban living change!

Woodlea provides residents with a Town Centre, Future Major Town Centre with anchor tenants, Schools (public and private), Sporting facilities (footy field, soccer fields, tennis courts) Community Hub, Creeks, Parks, Wetlands and Woodlands all in close proximity to Caroline Springs or the Melbourne CBD. Could you ask for more?

By design, Woodlea is a fully integrated master planned community, to provide a lifestyle and also employment opportunities, education, retail, commercial and community services. Woodlea considered smarter ideas from around the world in their goal to lift suburban living to new and inspiring standards setting a high benchmark in a uniquely Australian setting.

Woodlea is made up of Houses (house and land packages) and Townhouses (built off the plan) to suit varying owners or renters lifestyles and budgets in choosing Woodlea as their place to call home. Woodlea is designed to provide residents with more choices and a better quality of life.

“Streetscapes to Love; The existing and striking natural surrounds of Woodlea inspire the design and arrangement of this beautiful community. Each neighbourhood will have a slightly different landscape treatment, subtly and artfully expressing different qualities of the area. An integrated green loop will extend right through the boundary of the community so residents can enjoy nature in many different ways, from wetlands to creek environments, to active open spaces.”

” Play, Rest and Relax; Woodlea is a community designed for easy living. One of the most significant elements here is the way residents can move around their community, accessing public transport, wide open spaces, green pedestrian linkages and local shops and services with as much ease as possible. Woodlea’s abundance of parks, including the 4 already delivered feature giant tree houses, obstacle courses, kick about space, contemporary picnic shelters with barbecues, tables and seating, play equipment, communal gathering spaces and more.”