Drew’s Paddock Estate

Calling all golfers (or faithful caddies): Drew’s Paddock is a new Ballarat estate 5km north of the city centre that offers residents views of the 14th fairway of stunning Midlands Golf Club. This boutique development of a little over 100 lots is not just ideal for those who enjoy lazy days on the green; the immediate area offers endless opportunities for recreation, with tennis, table tennis, basketball and volleyball facilities all nearby.

330 Heinz Lane, Invermay Park VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Drew’s Paddock

The location of Drew’s Paddock makes it a rarity on the Ballarat development scene. While most estates are found in the open fields to the city’s southwest, Drew’s Paddock sits in the heart of Ballarat’s north, surrounded by amenity and opportunity. Close proximity to both Ballarat Central and the Western Highway makes commutes a breeze, while health, education and retail providers are all there for residents to capitalise upon. It’s a good life, ready-made.

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Drew’s Paddock Suburb Profile

To describe Invermay Park as ‘on the rural fringe’ when it’s less than 4km from the centre of Ballarat might seem a little cheeky, but thanks to the distinct lack of development in the north of the city, that’s the God’s honest truth. Surrounded by the tranquillity of Midlands Gold Club to the west and the historic beauty of Ballarat Cemetery to the east, Invermay Park is an oasis amongst oases – a delightful little enclave that feels like a town all its own. This prime location places the delights of Ballarat Central a 45-minute walk or a six-minute drive away, while amenity dots the well-established area that immediately surrounds the suburb. But despite the established location, this is still a place that enjoys development, with Drews Paddock estate being a prime example. Nowhere in Ballarat offers the same proposition, which is why properties here are being snapped up so quickly.