Minta Estate

Named after the farm that formerly occupied this patch of land in Melbourne’s southeast, Minta has stayed true to its roots. Modern, convenient, and sustainable living perfectly combined with a sense of openness and community that is distinctly rural. The 22ha of reserves and heritage trails borrow names from the original farm, while shops, schools, entertainment, and convenient transport connections bring big city fun and convenience.

Soldiers Road, Berwick VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Minta

Located right in the middle of the southeast growth corridor, Minta allows home buyers to plant a flag in an exciting investment area. As demonstrated by the wealth of open spaces, this is a development that puts liveability first. It’s an area of opportunity too⁠—more than 20 education providers can be found within nine minutes of Minta, and a future employment hub is set to create no less than 10,000 jobs.

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Minta Suburb Profile

Found a 45km, 40-minute drive from the Melbourne CBD, just beyond the established hubs of Dandenong and Narre Warren, Berwick is a rural community turned satellite town turned Melbourne suburb. Established in 1854 as a cropping and dairy farming community, over the years it was realised that Berwick offers the sort of lifestyle so rare in Australia’s big cities; one that brings country charm and real community spirit, but leaves behind the traditional inconvenience of rural living. Walking the streets of Berwick you’ll be struck by how the historic is interspliced with the contemporary, and how friendly the locals can be. This unique combination of traits has seen Berwick become a focus for developers, with the likes of Minta and Alira estates managing to capture the personality of the area, while bringing levels of amenity and liveability that our modern lives demand. This is a community that lives in the now, but that is perfectly deferent to its past.