Curlewis Growth Area – creating a community identity
The Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, Australia has seen strong population growth over the last 10 years. On the North of the Bellarine, the Curlewis Growth Area has been developed in line with the Jetty Road Urban Growth Area Plan 2007.
The Curlewis Growth Area is bordered by the bay beachfront to the north, the Griggs Creek nature reserve to the east, with easy access to the south to the popular cycling and walking Rail Trail paths and the Geelong - Portarlington Road.
The growth area's quality residential developments undertaken include:
- Baywater Estate
- Bellaview Estate
- Curlewis Parks
- Coriyule Estate
Now is the time to snap up an exciting commercial real estate opportunity just outside of Geelong. With a range of property developments on offer, house and land price points start from $260,000 to $1+ million, making the Curlewis area an attractive opportunity for all potential residents including:
- Geelong commuters (15 km to Geelong CBD)
- Young families working on the Bellarine Peninsula
- Retirees looking for a sea change.
A summary of key demographic statistics is available through the enquiries page or from Michael de Stefano at Gartland.
In Stage One of the growth area, approximately 1,800 homes will be established with a further 1,600 in Stage Two - creating a Curlewis suburb with a population estimated at 10,000 residents.
Planning work has now commenced for the North-South connector road known as Greenvale Drive. This will see the Bayview Central Curlewis Neighbourhood Activity Centre connect directly to the Geelong-Portarlington Road in the next few years, further establishing its role as a key population growth area.