Maplewood Estate at Melton South is contemporary living amongst natural surroundings, just 35 minutes drive from the Melbourne CBD.
It is located in between Melton and Toolern, and has great transportation links, convenience stores, educational and recreation places. A 10-minute walk away is the prestigious Victoria University, and nearby, numerous schools at all levels of education.
The Woodgrove Shopping Centre and Coburn Central Shopping Centres are conveniently located only minutes away, offering necessary supplies. Melton Train Station, a 9-min bus ride away, provides access to Flinders Street and Southern Cross Stations. Melbourne International Airport is just a 40-min drive away.
For those who want to be a part of nature, Toolern Creek Park and Melton Reservoir are great – with beautiful wetlands, a tree-lined creek, and walking and cycling trails stretching across 130 hectares of land, it’s the perfect destination for family outings.
If you seek adventure, Victoria’s leading harness racing facility is at TABCORP Park. Golfers can choose to head for the Melton Valley Golf Club or Melton Valley Drive Golf Club, both offering a different tee experience, while fitness buffs can go to Melton Waves, which offers seven swimming pools and a Health and Fitness club.
Toolern is a part of the World’s Most Liveable City, Melbourne, and is set to become the largest urban growth area in Victoria. Toolern is projected to have around more than 60,000 new residents with a $15 billion initiative which will create 30,000 jobs, and bring in new regional infrastructure and services.
Toolern Town Centre is nominated as a Principal Town Centre in the Western Growth Corridor Plan due to its strategic location and ability to provide accessible, high-order commercial and community services the region. It is marked as the primary centre to service the Melton growth corridor and regional locations to the west of Greater Melbourne.
Key elements of the Corridor plan includes the development of up to 183,000 households, with employment for 206,000 persons, new rail stations and new major gateways to the Toolern Town Centre via Ferris Road and Mount Cottrell, both of which are proposed to interchange with the Western Freeway, providing access to the greater region.