Edgewater, Maribyrnong, Victoria





If the idea of inner-city living combined with inner peace sounds good to you, it’s time to take a minute to check out all the Fast Facts. It’s the quick and easy way to see all the benefits, features and amenities that make Edgewater Melbourne’s most unique address


  • 95 hectares 
  • 1,450 homes when complete
  • Estimated 3,400 residents when  complete

Open Space and Recreation

  • 1.5 kilometres of Maribyrnong River frontage
  • Seven hectare Edgewater Lake, holding 200 million litres of water
  • Lakefront restaurant and retail under construction
  • Public and private harbour moorings
  • Recreational rowing, canoeing, boating and fishing
  • Regional hike and bike trail


  • Close to primary and secondary schools, private colleges and walking distance to Victoria University
  • Child care, kindergartens and preschools close by
  • Western Public Hospital
  • Western Private Hospital
  • Doctors and specialists practices located nearby


  • Monthly Resident Association meetings
  • Local school projects - Creation of bird-boxes for Jacks Wood
  • Annual Garden Competition
  • Summer Festival activities and Free ‘Come-and-Try’ Days where the community can take part in rowing and canoeing

Shopping and Lifestyles

  • Close to Highpoint Shopping Centre
  • Edgewater Place is a 3.8 hectare mixed use precinct including shops, café, Aldi supermarket, office space, proposed hotel and accommodation
  • Short drive to Melbourne CBD

Living Options

  • Edgewater provides a true variety of living options.
  • From low-maintenance living through to home office options, residents can live the way they have always wanted, with convenient shopping and lifestyle choices right at on their doorstep


  • 2002 Planning Institute of Australia Award for Best Local Government Planning Process in Victoria
  • 2002 Planning Institute of Australia Awards for Planning Excellence -Housing Establishment Guidelines and Approval Process
  • 2010 Urban Development Institute of Australia (Vic) – Urban Renewal Award