Life at Minta

Live life your way at Minta, a new Stockland community located in Berwick, located 48km south-east of Melbourne city. At Minta, you will enjoy close proximity to future employment opportunities, as well as established shops, education options, recreational facilities and transport links. Minta will be defined by its stunning natural landscape, activated spaces, connectedness, and focus on sustainability, allowing you to live life your way.

Community Highlights

Discover why Minta is the perfect place to build your new dream home.


Transport for Minta

Minta is a well-connected community that lies 48km from Melbourne’s CBD. Transportation features include easy road links to the city via the Princes Freeway, with a proposed access point directly from the community and convenient access to Beaconsfield Railway Station.




Education for Minta

Minta is located close to quality schools and several early learning centres. Learning never stops with Monash University Berwick campus nearby. 

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Recreation at Minta

Residents at Minta will benefit from multiple parks and open spaces with connected pedestrian and cycleways throughout the community. Tranquil lakes on the eastern side surrounded by natural fauna and frequented with birds makes an ideal place for an morning jog or evening stroll.




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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