About Tarneit

In a nutshell, Tarneit covers 38.17 square kilometres in Melbourne’s new west.

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According to Realestate.com.au:

Wyndham village Shopping Centre. Intersection of Sayers and Morris Roads.
Wyndham village Shopping Centre. Intersection of Sayers and Morris Roads.

– Tarneit is a rapidly expanding new suburb in the city’s outer-west, full of family-friendly housing estates and exciting future developments on the drawing board.

– Tarneit, 30kms from the city, was a rural tract until relatively recently. Now it’s a blooming new suburb with contemporary homes on designer estates. It’s still evolving though, so watch this space! It’s close to all the convenience of Werribee and Hoppers Crossing, and an easy drive to the bay.

– Tarneit’s affordability makes it a popular choice for families of all ages and stages, including young families and those more established with kids who are closer to grown up, but you’ll also find couples in their thirties, forties and fifties living here, too.Tarneit is an easy going, low maintenance place to call home. Wyndham Village Shopping Centre on Sayers Road is excellent for all your day-to-day needs, as is Hogan’s Corner, or you can head to nearby Werribee Plaza for more extensive retail, cafe and cinema options.

– For a day out, head down to Altona Beach or Point Cook Coastal Park, even Werribee Park or the Open Range Zoo if you haven’t been before. Tarneit has a number of schools in the area and although public transport comprises mainly of a large bus network right now, a brand new Tarneit train station is on the way.

– You’ll find a number of housing estates in Tarneit, and most of the homes are spacious and contemporary reinterpretations of the classic family version.With low-maintenance front yards fringing winding estate roads, homes come in a range of modern styles, from slightly more traditional double-storey houses to geometric, compact, single-storey homes that are perfectly suited to empty nesters or those looking to downsize.

– If you want an affordable new home in a well-laid out estate, living amongst other families, Tarneit can tick that box. It’s got a number of schools, shopping hubs and a broad bus network, while all the drawcards of the nearby bay – bike trails, beaches – can be reached within a few minutes.

Source – Realestate.com.au

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For more info, check out
3029 Suburb Guide: Homely.com.au
3029 Suburb Guide: Investment Property Mag
3029 Suburb Guide: Nine MSN
3029 Suburb Guide: Realestate.com.au

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Electorate (2011 census): Tarneit is one of the state’s youngest electorates, having the third highest proportion of children aged 0-4 (9.1%), the ninth highest aged 5-14 (14.6%), the second lowest proportion of residents aged over 65 (5.4%) and the state’s second lowest median age at 30. It is a classic mortgage belt electorate, having the seventh lowest proportion of fully owned dwellings (20.0%) and the fifth highest proportion of dwellings being purchased (50.1%). The electorate has the sixth highest proportion of residents moving since the previous census (47.1%), presumably most moving into new housing in the electorate. It is also an electorate with a high migrant population and has the third highest proportion of residents born in India (6.5%), the highest proportion born in New Zealand (3.7%), and has the highest proportion of Hindus ( 5.4%).


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sohil says:

    Hi, its a nice effort. all the best.

    Can you please put Manhattan Place under estates.


    1. ferylbob says:

      Hi Sohil,

      Thanks for the support. This site is still in beta and am running this as a hobby for the community. 🙂


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