Caroline Springs is an award-winning 800ha address, home to almost 19,000 residents.
Caroline Springs is the winner of Australia’s Best Masterplanned Community Award (2006) awarded by the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA).
With its impressive list of facilities, open space and employment opportunities, Caroline Springs has become the flagship community for Lend Lease in Victoria.
Caroline Springs is an 800 hectare master-planned community, currently home to almost 19,000 people and to 23,000 at completion.
Education facilities available include:
- 10 schools including
- independent, Catholic and state primary and secondary
- Childcare and pre-school
- Adult education short courses such as computers, arts and exercise with Melton Shire Council
- 120 hectares of open space including 20 hectares of lakes and waterways
- 2 lakes including centrepiece 7.8ha Lake Caroline
- 60km of hike and bike trails
- 23 village parks
- 6 sports field
- Learn to Swim centre and award winning Re-Creation Health Club
Protected native grasslands areas, including the Oakwood Grasslands and the Cypress Views Themeda Grasslands. The grasslands and wetlands are habitat to 33 endangered Growling Grass Frogs.
Lend Lease has created nearly 4,500 jobs to date. At completion of the project over 6,500 jobs will have been created within the community.
More than 60 active community groups.
$19m recreation precinct including indoor sports stadium, skate park and library/civic centre
Caroline Springs Online is a community portal available for anyone who lives, works or plays in Caroline Springs and grants access to forums, events and development information www.CarolineSpringsOnline.com.au
18 individual villages each with its own unique character and village park.
Land sized from 268m² to 673m² in two final villages, The Grange and The Esplanade.
$883million Town Centre, with Coles, ALDI, Target, IGA, 1st Choice Liquor, Priceline, Subway, restaurants and more than 70 specialty stores.
The Town Centre also features Police station, medical centres and animal hospital.
2006 UDIA National Awards for Excellence - Master Planned Development
Joint venture with MELT Nominees
Partnerships with Melton Shire Council
Pacific Safe Community Accreditation – a World Health Organisation Safe Communities model