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Community living

Immerse yourself in an idyllic natural environment and a community of like-minded people who know they’re exactly where they belong.

At Highlands, you can create the lifestyle you want.

With its relaxed environment and proximity to the CBD, calling Highlands home is creating a blueprint for your future.
You can easily walk and cycle around the community – everything you need is within reach. Enjoy an idyllic suburban lifestyle without compromising on convenience.

It’s easy to see why Highlands residents love their community

With more than 20 parks, a variety of walking tracks, playgrounds and free health classes, you’ll be inspired to move your body and be active at Highlands. And there’s more to come, with a new wetlands area, BMX track, football fields and play space coming soon.

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Escape the bustle of the city while staying connected. Catch the train from nearby Craigieburn station straight to Melbourne CBD. Or take advantage of the many bus routes throughout Highlands.

Fill your weekends easily with a coffee and a quiet read at Waterside Café, a movie at Craigieburn Central or a night out at the Highlands Hotel.
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As a Highlands resident, you can enjoy landscaped streetscapes, well-maintained roads and pathways, and a variety of parks and amenities to choose from. This established community looks even more beautiful now than it did when it opened 20 years ago, and you can call it home alongside over 11,000 other families.

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You’ll have access to a calendar of events providing plenty of opportunities to connect with your community and build new friendships. 

Cultural celebrations and special events throughout the year are all part of life at Highlands, where even the Easter Bunny and Santa are known to make regular stops!

Keep an eye out for upcoming events on our Facebook page.

Your liveability matters at Highlands

Tennis legends hit the court

Highlands’ tennis fans didn’t have to travel far to enjoy the Victorian Wheelchair Tennis Open at Craigieburn’s Hume Tennis and Community Centre.

See what’s happening at Highlands

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