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Life at Minta

Encompassed by a natural landscape true to Minta’s farming history, residents can enjoy a life away from the daily grind.

Your liveability matters most to us

Here’s how Minta has been designed to provide you with the highest quality of life for years to come.

Connecting you to convenience

Enjoy the established amenity Berwick has to offer, in addition to the future infrastructure Minta will provide.

Providing options for your optimal physical health

Maintain an active & healthy lifestyle at Minta with over 22 hectares of conservation area, drainage reserve, tree reserve and public open spaces with tranquil lakes.

 

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Live somewhere that puts the environment first

Minta's Innovation Project positions the environment as one of its key pillars in creating a sustainable, thriving community.

 

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It all starts with belonging

Minta champions community connectivity with a dedicated Owners Corporation and Placemaker in charge of running year-round events for residents.

Recreation

Minta residents will have plenty of spaces and places for fun and fitness. With 22 hectares of beautiful nature reserve, lakes and green open spaces, healthy outdoor options include relaxing with the family at our planned hilltop park, walking, jogging or cycling along kilometres of landscaped pathways or joining in our proposed free fitness classes during school terms.

Liveability comes first at Minta

With more than 65 years of experience, we know how to create amazing communities that maximise liveability for our residents.

Stockland’s regular Liveability Index Survey invites feedback on all aspects of our communities - measuring what matters to our residents so we can design new places like Minta around what’s important.

Aboriginal Heritage

The Wurundjeri (WWCHAC), Boon Wurrung (BWFL) and Bunurong (BLCAC) people are recognised as the traditional owners of the lands around the Casey region in Victoria and have been for many years. The land within Minta has indigenous significance within Wurundjeri, Boon Wurrung and Bunurong country.  The Wurundjeri, Boon Wurrung and Bunurong people have a deep knowledge and respect for country passed down by elders and a profound physical and spiritual connection to country which guides the way they understand, navigate and use the land as well as cultural practices. Stockland acknowledges the traditional owners of the Wurundjeri, Boon Wurrung and Bunurong country – their elders past and present – and is committed to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


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