Buying and Building at Amberton

Moving into your new place is an exciting chapter in your life; with so many options to choose from, there's a lot to consider. Stockland have been creating the places where communities can thrive and grow for over 60 years, and, as Australia’s largest diversified property group, we have a variety of options to suit any homeowner and family. If you’re at the beginning of the building or buying journey, see below for some useful information. We have a range of living options available in Amberton.

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Corner Cinnabar Drive and Leeward Avenue, Eglinton WA, 6034
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Buying or Building, it’s your choice

The masterplanned Amberton community has been designed to suit many different budgets and lifestyles, so it's the perfect place to raise a family, retire or have a sea change. With a beach atmosphere, tree-lined streets and vast open spaces, Amberton is a place you will be proud to call home.

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House & Land at Amberton

Choose a house and land package to suit your lifestyle and budget and watch your dream home come to life. Showcasing the latest in modern home design from Australia’s leading builders, you are sure to find one that suits your family’s needs.

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Land at Amberton

Purchasing land at Amberton allows you the freedom to build your dream home the way you want it. All Stockland communities have all been planned to make life easy and enjoyable for residents, with everything you need for a healthy and active lifestyle. Choose a house and land package to suit your lifestyle and budget and watch your dream home come to life. 

Amberton Design Guidelines

Download our Design guidelines for the community, in pdf format and access to our Builder Portal system where you can submit your home design for approval.

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Conservation at Amberton

Native wildlife is considered in all of our construction planning and development. Find out more about conservation at Amberton.