Short stroll to urban essentials
The local shopping village has all you need: from dining to fitness. Just a short walk from Harriott, The Village Warralily includes a Woolworths, gym, cafes, a dentist and medical centre, family-friendly dining options and – coming soon – an ALDI.
Abundant activities in reach
Work out at the local fitness club, swim laps at the future aquatic centre or hike and bike along abundant trails. Harriott will also sit a stone’s throw from the region’s proposed premier sports and recreation facilities – set to feature three football ovals, four soccer pitches, netball courts, and a pavilion.
Discover Geelong and the Bellarine
A short drive away from Geelong – now a growing, bustling city thriving in innovation and business – life at Harriott is perfectly placed between city and coast. Transport links connect Armstrong Creek to Melbourne in the form of Barwon Heads Road and nearby Marshall Railway Station with railway upgrades on the horizon.
Excellent education is a short walk or bike from home. The Armstrong Creek Education precinct features a cutting-edge primary school and a prep to Year 12 special needs school. Residents can also access ample excellent education opportunities in Geelong, just a short commute away.
The Sparrovale Wetlands are a natural and constructed sustainable water system bordering Harriott to the North. Sparrovale forms part of the largest area of remaining native vegetation in the Geelong region and Harriott’s residents will benefit from a direct interface with this area of native flora and fauna.
Works are already underway on constructed elements with the City of Greater Geelong providing regular updates and consultation opportunities for the community.
IDYLLIC LIVING AT HARRIOTT