Residents at Harriott, Armstrong Creek will have plenty to look forward to with the Geelong City Deal, which will see $370 million invested into Geelong and the broader Great Ocean Road region.
The Geelong City Deal is a 10-year plan, that formalizes the commitment of both the Australian and Victorian Government, together with the City of Greater Geelong to support the continued transformation of Geelong and the broader Great Ocean Road, and create a vibrant and attractive place to live, work and invest.
Initiatives under the Geelong City Deal include investment in the Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre precinct, revitalization of central Geelong and the city’s waterfront, delivery of priority tourism infrastructure projects along the Great Ocean Road and Shipwreck Coast, the redevelopment of the Queenscliff Ferry Terminal, expansion of Deakin University’s Geelong Future Economy Precinct, and a commitment to support Indigenous, local and social employment and procurement opportunities.
Just 15km south of Geelong’s growing city Centre, residents at Harriott Armstrong Creek may benefit from these initiatives that seek to improve access, support tourism, and enhance community activities and major events. Perfectly placed between the city and coast, Harriott offers a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle. Future residents will benefit from exceptional transport links, state-of-the-art schooling, access to urban essentials, alongside beautifully connected parks and wetlands.
More information about the projects and initiatives under the Geelong City Deal, can be found in the Regional Development Victoria’s Implementation Plan.