Residents of Harriott enjoy easy connections to everyday needs, including the local shopping village, the future regional active space, and excellent educational facilities for prep to year 12.
Located just 15 minutes between the city of Geelong and the surf coast, life at Harriott is brimming with things to do.
Stroll to urban essentials
Just opposite Harriott, The Village Warralily includes a Woolworths, Aldi, gym, cafes, a dentist and medical centre, and a range of dining options. Slightly further afield, the Armstrong Creek Town Centre features close to 30 specialty stores and services.
Excellent education is a short walk or bike from home, Harriott is zoned to Armstrong Creek School and Oberon High School. Residents can also access ample education opportunities in Geelong, and just a short commute away.
Relax, play, and wander at nearby serene wetlands, green spaces, and parks. Not only will Harriott feature a 2km walking path, and central park for the community to enjoy but there is also a regional park with BBQ facilities and three different play zones nearby.
Abundant activities in reach
There’s a range of future and established amenities nearby to keep locals of all ages active every day of the week.
Just opposite Harriott, the 24-hour Jett’s Fitness is a great spot to meet like-minded locals. There’s also Pilates, dance, playgroups, and tutoring offered at the Armstrong Creek East Community Hub on Central Boulevard.
Kids can learn to swim at the King swim centre, and community sports will abound with nearby cricket, football, and netball clubs. The future 21-hectare regional active open space will only bring these activities closer to home.
The future Sparrovale Wetlands will provide endless trails to explore, connecting to Lake Connewarre these wetlands will be over 500 hectares upon completion.
Ripe for exploration
In proximity to both the Geelong CBD and renowned surf beaches, weekends invite you to explore.
Kickstart your weekend with your four-legged friend at the nearest dog beach! It’s located west of Stingray Bay at Breamlea Beach, and it’s just 9 minutes’ drive from Harriott.
For adventurous types, fishing, swimming, paragliding, and surfing are just some of the outdoor pursuits for a day at the beach. There are also plenty of hikes and decent cycling routes.
Geelong also features a diverse arts precinct and dazzling waterfront that attracts both locals and tourists alike. Immerse yourself in the iconic architecture, galleries, and boutiques of this lively CBD.
The dining scene is also ripe for exploration with seaside alfrescos’, bustling laneways, and stunning wineries found throughout the Bellarine Peninsula.
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