Tullamore by Mirvac is a highly sought-after 47 hectare masterplanned community situated on the former Eastern Golf Course in Melbourne’s Doncaster.

With a diverse mix of dwellings, Tullamore includes just over 900 residences, offering vacant land allotments, Mirvac built homes and the prestigious Apartments of Tullamore precinct, with buildings Phoenix, Folia and Forme.

Tullamore is defined by its quality architecture, established landscape and Mirvac’s commitment to preserving the natural surrounds and the site’s heritage. The former historic ‘Elephant House’ is now home to Stables Provedore Cafe, offering dine-in, grab and go meals and fresh produce, and the Tullamore homestead has been redeveloped as part of state-of-the-art Next Gen Health & Lifestyle Club which feature health, fitness and lifestyle amenity across 11,000 square metres.

Featuring a lush natural conservation reserve and preserved heritage trees, close to 30 percent of Tullamore is devoted to green open spaces, including parks, playgrounds, picnic areas, exercise equipment and walking tracks.

Key sustainability features include but are not limited to:

  • Extensive ecological protection
  • Access to recycled water for all homes
  • Opportunity for the use of solar technology across all Mirvac built dwellings, including the installation of solar panels and solar battery storage
  • Food production allocations for residents
  • Biofilta and onsite stormwater storage and treatment
  • Ecostone retaining walls made using recycled materials
  • An emphasis on minimising cut to fill across the site to preserve the natural landform
  • Retention of an ornamental waterbody as a home for aquatic flora and fauna
  • An innovative construction prefabrication pilot, which included the prefabrication of numerous housing construction elements, allowing for the reduction of waste and construction timeframes.

For more information on this development please visit: https://tullamore.mirvac.com/

Project details

Developer: Mirvac

Development type: Residential Subdivision

State: Victoria

Certification period: 2015 –


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