Set on the banks of a natural waterway and offering a choice of great schools nearby, wide open spaces, a mix of lot sizes, and easy access to public transport - Habitat on Davis Creek is coming to life.
If public transport and shopping is a priority for you, with three town centres and a train station planned for the surrounding area, Habitat is well-connected for modern living.
There are also plenty of childcare options for kids of all ages, as well as kindergartens, primary and secondary schools to choose from.
The nearby planned East Werribee employment precinct is expected to deliver 58,000 new jobs to the area, which means you can work close to home.
And if you need to get into the city, the new Tarneit train station and easy access to the Princes Freeway will make it quick and easy.
PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS
A new style of living that includes lots designed to suit a range of lifestyles and plenty of wide open spaces for everyone to enjoy.
A million-dollar on-site park will give future residents access to barbecues facilities, fitness and play equipment and integrated shared use walking and cycling trails, which will let you explore the beautiful Davis Creek natural waterway.
There is also 14 hectares worth of dedicated open space along the magnificent Davis Creek for residents to enjoy.
Regardless of what age your children are, families at Tarneit will have access to plenty of childcare centres, kindergartens and primary and secondary schools.
These include Tarneit Central Kindergarten, St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School, Tarneit P-9 and Senior Colleges and St James the Apostle Primary School.
Access to Melbourne's CBD, and surrounding suburbs, is easy for Tarneit residents looking to travel by public transport, thanks to the brand new Tarneit train station.
Alternatively, if you would rather drive, Habitat residents will enjoy easy access to the CBD from the nearby Princes Freeway (M1).
There are also two proposed train stations, one near the planned Riverdale Town Centre and the other along Davis Road.
The community is well-serviced by multiple bus routes.
Last year, the State Government announced a $1.8 billion roads package for the west – due to be finished by 2023 – including duplicating Derrimut Road between Sayers and Dohertys roads, and duplicating Leakes Road between Fitzgerald and Derrimut roads.
Close to Transport
Close to Shops
Close to Schools