Goldenvue Estate

Ballarat’s freshest and most sought-after development, Goldenvue is situated in the city’s west, just a 13-minute drive from the CBD. Built from the ground up on entirely undeveloped land, Goldenvue features the very latest in modern community planning and designer architecture. Suburban luxury is expertly mixed with the idyllic bush life, in an area blessed with wetland and bushland of undeniable natural beauty.

520 Greenhalghs Road, Smythes Creek VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Goldenvue

Offering modernity but in a traditional setting, residents of Goldenvue are offered the very best of both worlds. Whether you’re a single professional, a young family, an empty nester or a retiree, Goldenvue offers a blend of lifestyle and inclusivity that shapes it as a community for all. You’ll also be a short distance from all the necessary amenities, including health, education, shopping, and entertainment opportunities.

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Goldenvue Suburb Profile

Development is the order of the day in Ballarat’s booming southwest, and between Bunkers Hill and Bonshaw you’ll find the perfectly charming suburb of Smythes Creek. Dissected by the Glenelg Highway, this area has only recently been earmarked for residential development, having been used as farmland since the days of the gold rush. But as with its neighbouring suburbs, it’s almost a surprise that development didn’t come earlier, given that the suburb is as little as a 10-minute drive from Ballarat Central. In developments like Goldenvue estate you’ll see a tip of the hat to the area’s agricultural roots, with generous blocks ensuring you have space for both a cricket pitch and a veggie patch. Delacombe Town Centre, the retail hub of the area, is found on the border of Smythes Creek, ensuring new residents aren’t found wanting. And as development continues to ramp up, the level of amenity will only get better, though not at the expense of the country atmosphere.