Living in Minta means joining one of Melbourne’s most admired regions while enjoying an affordable and ultramodern lifestyle. Located on the historic Minta Farm site, the community will retain a backdrop of historic reserves and lakes and include heritage trails and educational elements. You will be close to established shops, schools, transport, entertainment and job opportunities. Many new services are also planned as our cutting-edge community takes shape. Live, learn, work and play your way at Minta.
Minta takes smart and sustainable living to a new level in a well-established and connected location with everything you need right on the doorstep.
Minta is located 48km from the Melbourne CBD in the thriving and historic suburb of Berwick. The community is surrounded by numerous schools and close to shopping, transport, health services and employment hubs. Even more services are on the way with plans for a Town Centre shopping and dining precinct, new public primary school, multiple parks and playgrounds and kilometres of walking and cycle paths that will connect everything together.
As a Stockland innovation project, Minta is introducing a remarkable array of community programs to enhance your lifestyle. An owner’s corporation will take care of all landscaping maintenance at Minta, including mowing your verge to ensure high quality streetscapes are upheld. Shared spaces will be used around the clock with activities such as social events and pop-up shops. The adjacent retail and jobs precinct will feature a traditional main street to add to Minta’s close-knit sense of community.
Minta’s location in the heart of Melbourne’s fast-growing south-east corridor provides immediate connection to the wider community. Minta residents can head straight to the city via Clyde Road while a direct access point to Princes Freeway is also proposed. Beaconsfield train station is just 3.5km from Minta while existing bus routes service Soldiers Road.
At Minta, the future looks bright. Solar power to all homes is a requirement of building at Minta to reduce both our carbon footprint and residents’ energy bills. Stockland is also working collaboratively to create an innovative stormwater treatment solution which will co-locate wetlands with the existing lakes conservation area to protect and provide an additional habitat to the native birdlife.
Find out why Minta at Berwick is the perfect place for new home buyers.
Located in the thriving suburb of Berwick, Minta will set a new benchmark for sustainability that gives residents the opportunity to live, work and play in a single location. A future employment hub adjacent to the community is forecast to provide more than 10,000 jobs with dedicated commercial and small business areas directly connected to Minta homes via a network of pedestrian and cycle paths.
Minta comes top of the class for education opportunities. More than 20 early learning, primary, secondary, and tertiary options are located within 9 minutes of Minta. Choose from a wide range of respected public and private schools or one of four established childcare centres in Berwick. Plans are also under way for a new government primary school next to the future Town Centre.
Whether you are picking up a few groceries, meeting friends for coffee or enjoying a well-earned beauty treatment, Minta has numerous retail and dining options on the doorstep. Eden Rise Village with supermarkets and more than 30 speciality stores is only 2.7km from Minta while the Berwick main street is just a little further up the road. A new town centre retail hub with its own main street vibe is also in the planning stages.
Major roads, rail and bus services are all easily accessible from Minta. The Beaconsfield train station is just 3.5km away and existing bus routes on Soldiers Road will be within walking distance for Minta residents. Head to Melbourne’s CBD via Clyde Road or a future direct access point to the Princes Freeway from the Minta community.
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.
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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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Visit the Minta Sales and Information Centre on Soldiers Road, near the intersection of Chase Boulevard, Berwick VIC.
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