Wind your way through Harriott at Armstrong Creek’s seamless masterplan that is the perfect harmony of elements between city life and nature’s charms. Discover ecologically designed green spaces with 2km of walking paths to roam, and lawn areas to relax and play. Whether it’s cafe culture, daily essentials or simple serenity – at Harriott whatever you need is close to home.
With more than two hectares of ecologically designed green space, and over 1km of walking and cycling trails in and around Harriott, every home is 200m from green spaces to roam, relax and enjoy nature.
Harriott offers a diverse range of homes up to 579sqm. Choose from spacious family home sites with generous backyards to modern, compact dwellings with easy to maintain gardens. Beautiful front landscaping, and design guidelines create premium streetscapes that are welcoming to residents.
Atop a ridge, the community park has a deck perfect for viewing the future Sparrovale Wetlands and looking across the parklands of Harriott. With so much room for possibility this gathering place will hold an active playground for kids, proposed to include 'The Swoop' flying fox, sculptural sandpit, and climbing features, alongside picnic shelters and BBQ facilities.
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, it’s the best of both worlds.
The local shopping centre has everything you need from dining to fitness. Just opposite Harriott, The Village Warralily includes a Woolworths, Aldi, gym, cafes, a dentist and medical centre, and family-friendly dining options.
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.
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 Armstrong Creek School, a combined primary and specialist school, Oberon High School for secondary education. Residents can also access ample excellent education opportunities in Geelong, just a short commute away.
500 hectares of lovely wetlands provide a home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. The Sparrovale Wetlands will connect to the Lake Connewarre System, and the Barwon River Trails to create one of the largest indigenous vegetation areas on the Bellarine Peninsula. Wander along the sandy trails, observe the rich birdlife or sit and watch the world go by, in a sanctuary just moments from your door.
From the renowned surf beaches of Torquay, Barwon Heads and Bells Beach to the more serene local destinations of Breamlea Beach, there’s a beach nearby for every day of the week. For the adventurous types, fishing, swimming, paragliding, and surfing are just some of the outdoor pursuits for a day at the beach.
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