Orana Estate

A brand new project by the team at Balcon, Orana is set to become a major hub in Melbourne’s southeast growth corridor. With a name inspired by the local Indigenous word for ‘welcome’, this landmark master-planned community will be made up of no less than 4000 architecturally-designed homes, spread across an incredible 274 hectares. It will be constructed with sustainability at the very front of mind and will offer a full suite of on-site amenities.

375 Pattersons Road, Clyde North VIC, Australia

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Stanford 26

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Hartland 29

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Sorrento 322

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Stanford 26

  • 4
  • 2
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Hartland 29

  • 4
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Sorrento 322

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Why buy in Orana

Buying a house and land package in Orana is one of the savviest investments a modern Melburnian can make. Since being officially marked as a growth corridor, this part of the city’s southeast has become seriously blue-chip, especially given the recent volatility seen in Australian property markets. As is always the case with large developments, first in are best dressed, gaining access to early bird deals that make a case for investment that much more compelling.

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Orana Suburb Profile

Located within Melbourne’s southeast growth corridor, a stone’s throw from the Princes Freeway and all the access it grants to the city and surrounding areas, Clyde North find itself at the juncture of the suburbs and the country. With a history dating back to 1864, it’s only been in the 21st century that this community has hit its stride. But with the likes of Orana, The New Bloom, St Germain, Smiths Lane, Ramlegh Springs, Aspen on Clyde, Meridian, Delaray and Clydevale estates attracting thousands to the area, it is fast transforming from natural wetlands to a modern and beautiful place to call home. Nature still permeates the suburb, with cleverly designed estates making the most of their natural assets and a ‘green wedge’ designated as a market gardening and dairy farming area, but a layer of convenience and amenity is now offered on top. And with the Melbourne CBD as little as 50 minutes down the road, Clyde North offers easy access to those who need it.