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A Neighbourhood Designed with Sustainability in Mind

Our vibrant neighbourhood offers residents a harmonious blend of convenience, green spaces, and a commitment to sustainability.

Let’s explore some of the key sustainable initiatives that make Harriott a standout community.

Walkable Neighbourhood with Convenient Amenities

One of Harriott’s standout features is its walkable design. Our neighbourhood is thoughtfully planned to encourage walking and cycling, reducing the reliance on cars and promoting a healthier lifestyle.

Schools, as well as the shops and essential services of The Village Warralily, are located within walking or cycling distance, making it easy for residents to access what they need without driving.

Imagine starting your day with a leisurely walk to a local café for your morning coffee or cycling with your children to school. This walkability not only reduces traffic congestion and pollution but also fosters a strong sense of community, presenting neighbours with more opportunities to interact and connect in such a pedestrian-friendly environment.

Prioritising Green Spaces

We understand the importance of green spaces for mental, physical and environment health – that’s why every Harriott home is within 200 metres of a park. These spaces are not just for aesthetics; they provide crucial recreational areas for residents to unwind, exercise, and socialise.

Our commitment to green spaces is evident in our neighbourhood’s well-maintained parks, playgrounds, and 2kms of walking trails. These areas are perfect for family picnics, evening jogs, or simply enjoying the outdoors.

Between Central Park, our future Hilltop Park, and our leafy streetscapes, we will have planted over 1000 trees upon our community’s completion.

Bordering the Sparrovale Wetlands

Harriott is bordered by the picturesque Sparrovale Wetlands. This significant natural asset serves as a haven for wildlife and offers lush landscaped for residents to enjoy.

The wetlands are an integral part of the wider community’s sustainability efforts, playing a crucial role in local biodiversity and ecosystem health. The City of Geelong has a 20-year plan for the wetlands, that will see the area increase to a 500 hectare parkland with a focus on vegetation to help local wildlife flourish.

If you’re looking for a place where sustainability and community come together seamlessly, Harriott is the perfect choice.

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