Presidents Park

Presidents Park is an awesome and massive off-lead park for dogs located in the heart of Wyndham. Here’s the first known aerial panorama of Presidents Park. Shot from an altitude of 120m on a summer evening – which explains the dance of shadows. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike…

Tarneit Rise Primary School

  Tarneit Rise Primary School opens for enrolment Feb 2018. Here is an aerial photograph of the newest educational facility in Melbourne’s new west. Pretty amazing the construction took just 12 months after breaking ground. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://livingintarneit.wordpress.com….

St John The Apostle Primary School

St John The Apostle Primary School is one of many schools serving the booming Tarneit population. Located west of Tarneit train station, this Catholic school sits near the intersection of Leakes and Davis Roads. The school’s power supply is augmented by a pretty massive #solar system! Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under…

Portarlington

The nice thing about staying in Melbourne’s west is the ease of access to the grand touring areas of the Bellarine Peninsula and the proximity to the Great Ocean Road, Brisbane Ranges National Park and the like. Here’s an aerial perspective of Portarlington near Queenscliff, just a 60minute drive away from Tarneit, given good traffic….

Werribee’s K Road Cliffs

A poignant local landmark, Werribee’s K-Road Cliffs tells a story of a river that has travelled 110kms from Melton and Lerderderg. Sometimes little known to outsiders as it is on the quiet end of K Road. past the Victoria state rose garden, Werribee Mansion and the Open Zoo. Here it is on its final legs of…

Lake Daylesford

An easy hour’s drive away from Tarneit are the central highlands of Victoria. Daylesford is a popular escape for Melburnians and here’s a perspective of it from the air. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://livingintarneit.wordpress.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this…

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

The Melbourne Star Observation Wheel – facing the Melbourne city skyline; a great spot to enjoy vistas of Port Philip Bay. This is a great destination for Tarneit dwellers for one other major reason – Costco Docklands. Living on the periphery also meant less access to goods and services so the wholesale retailer definitely helps…

Albert Park Lake

A 35-min drive from Tarneit, Melbourne’s Albert Park Lake is one of our city’s great parks. Featuring a massive lake that hosts the Formula 1 race once a year, it really is a great green lung – a release valve that also frames the city for a great panoramic shot. A great space for community, canines…

Werribee River spillway

An aerial panorama of the mighty Werribee River being tamed with a spillway. The river divides suburbia with the remnants of Melbourne’s #greenwedge. Altitude: 100m Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://livingintarneit.wordpress.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available…

Tarneit Central in November

Tarneit Central hasn’t been open for long but it’s been a huge hit with the locals – both as a place of employment and consumption. Here’s a perspective of it from under 100m. The You Yangs can be seen just left of the centre on the horizon of the aerial photograph. Shot with: Tarneit from…

Tarneit West Primary (under construction)

The Tarneit West Primary School is slated for a Jan 2018 start. Here’s another view of it under construction six months on (the last shot I took was in April 2017). It sits next to Hummingbird Boulevard sporting reserve. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based…

Seaholme Beach

Seaholme beach’s P.A Burn’s reserve is a dog friendly haven. A short 20min drive from Tarneit, this is a must visit if you see your pooch frolicking in Port Philip Bay with its canine friends. Here’s a view of it from above at 110m above sea level. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed…