SIG Group acquires second site, in booming Tarneit

SIG Group is pleased to announce that we have acquired a new 162-hectare site in Tarneit. Located within the Oakbank PSP, the acquisition signals our second site within the booming Wyndham growth corridor.

The estate will offer land and townhomes, with premium lots fronting parks and the riverfront, as well as unrivaled amenity and green open spaces, with the Werribee River running along the site’s western edge.

Located a stone’s throw from the new $150 million Wyndham City Stadium, set to be a major activity centre for Melbourne’s west, the estate will also benefit from the proposed Sayers Road train station to service the future stadium and growing suburb. This means that high accessibility to Melbourne CBD and key destination points will be enjoyed by future residents.

Importantly, the site will boast natural abundance, with deep consideration to the development’s integration with the natural landscape. This is one of the many ways we plan to build a community that can play, explore and grow in the outdoors.

Oakbank is the second Tarneit site for SIG, following ‘Harlow’, our new master-planned community offering premium medium density townhomes, including premium homes with direct frontage to waterways and parklands. Harlow will provide children with a world of outstanding education options with Al-Taqwa College and a future Government Primary school and future community facility earmarked for the site.

Big dreams mean big promises.

With these two exciting projects in sight for SIG, the team looks forward to building a thriving community. We’re building for life to come alive, for dreams to be planted and take root, and for families to grow and prosper in their own unique ways. We’re committed to creating better places to live, with the old-world notion of doing what we say we’ll do – delivering on our word to build the future.

If you want to learn more about the newly acquired Oakbank site, you can read The Urban Developer article here. To find out more about Harlow click here.