Hillgrove is one of the new communities about to spring up around Rockbank, the focal point of ambitious plans for a major town centre that will become a retail, service and entertainment hub.

Hillgrove is designed as a neighbourhood of about 620 blocks.

Project director Andrew Herbert says a guiding philosophy is to create a vibrant and healthy community.

“A great place to grow up, a place where school friends live and play in the same streets and parklands,” he says.

“We visualise Hillgrove kids playing on the same sports teams or a family out together exploring the wetlands.

“Hillgrove is smaller than the immediate estates and therein is one of its many strengths.”

Hillgrove offers a lifestyle where shopping and errands are a stroll away.

Gathering with friends for a coffee after Hillgrove childcare or school drop-off or catching a train for a 35-minute trip to Southern Cross are equally effortless.

“Melbourne Airport is 30 minutes along Western Ring Road,” Andrew says. “And planned employment zones in
Sunshine and Werribee will provide jobs close to home, lighting up the western corridor as a vibrant hub of opportunity. Hillgrove really does have amazing connectivity.”

Another major drawcard is Hillgrove’s comparative price points.

“Compared with a popular suburb such as Truganina, which Hillgrove neighbours, Hillgrove’s blocks are on average $25,000 less,” Andrew says.

Just by “crossing the road”, purchasers can save a bundle.

“Blocks start from $305,000, with a wide choice of sizes to suit budgets and lifestyle needs,” he says. “And Hillgrove partners with some of the best builders in the country.”


Hillgrove, 104 Troups Road North, Rockbank. Inquiries: 1300 904 555. Find out more: hillgroverockbank.com

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