26 Newmarket Road, Werribee VIC 3030
- 3 bed
- 2 bath
- 1 parking spaces
Your little taste of heaven awaits for you to call home at Newmarket.
Located just 32 kilometers south west of the Melbourne CBD within the Riverwalk Estate in Werribee. Werribee is the largest city between Melbourne and Geelong and is the base for the Wyndham Shire.
Just a short 10 minute drive in the centre of town is Watton Street, a charming shopping precinct with your major supermarkets and retailers, along with two local shopping centres, Werribee Village Shopping Centre and Pacific Werribee.
With some of Victoria’s beloved tourist attractions at your doorstep, Werribee is a very popular place to live. Including the Werribee Park Mansion and its gardens, the Werribee Open Range Zoo and Shadowfax Winery to name a few. Much of the local lifestyle is focused on the natural environment with the Werribee River running through the centre of the town. Locals love to head to
the Riverbend Historical Park for a BBQ, a picnic or some canoeing and there are numerous walks in the area for locals to keep fit. About 10 kilometres from the CBD, the mouth of the river meets Port Phillip Bay creating a small beach for locals with good fishing, swimming and boating options.
There are excellent health care facilities with the Werribee Mercy, the Royal Children’s Hospital and St Vincent’s Private servicing many towns in the Wyndham Shire. The Wyndham Private Medical Centre is home to a number of general, allied and mental health services as well as specialists and a pathology unit.
Werribee offers a great range of educational options for growing families with more than a dozen primary schools, including St Andrew’s Catholic School, Manorvale Primary School and Thomas Chirnside Primary School. Childcare and early learning facilities such as Little Blossoms Child Care and Good Start Early Learning offer support to working families for pre-school aged children. There are about 5 secondary schools in Werribee, including Wyndham Central College and MacKillop Catholic College and a number of tertiary institutions have campuses in the satellite city, including Victoria University and the University of Melbourne.