In an ever-expanding city that is soon to overtake Sydney as Australia’s largest, open land that’s 22km or a 30-minute drive from the CBD is an incredibly rare commodity. But that’s just what Albright, a development in the west Melbourne suburb of Truganina, offers its residents - room to move, easy access to amenity, and all in an area that is currently in the early stages of an exciting period of growth and development.
14 Daybreak Way, Truganina VIC, Australia
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Why buy in Albright
Enviable location aside, Albright will be home to a number of alluring on-site amenities. A future school, childcare centre, sporting precinct and reserve are all in the works, while residents can already enjoy a wealth of parks, playgrounds and communal spaces. Truganina Train Station is set to be built just across the road from Albright, offering residents a less than 30-minute commute to the centre of town.
Albright Suburb Profile
Found in Melbourne’s fast-developing west, as little as a 25-minute drive from the CBD, Truganina is a rare and unique opportunity. The suburb is named after Truganini, the last full-blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian woman, who visited the area for a short time in the 1800s. At that time, and indeed until just a couple of decades ago, the area was nothing more than grazing land. Things began to change at the turn of the century however, and haven’t let up since. From a population of a little under 3000 in 2006, Truganina is set to be home to around 40,000 by 2031, with the likes of Albright estate spurring this incredible growth. While the quick access to the city is a major perk, the area is fast growing into one that is decidedly self-sufficient – manufacturing in nearby Laverton, a proposed business local park and ever-increasing amenity mean that Truganina offers opportunity by the bucketload.