Dramatic Changes for Five Australian Cities in the last Five Years

Point Cook, Victoria: Point Cook is one of Melbourne’s newest suburbs, developed around wetlands along the coast of Port Phillip. Inspired by Manhattan, it’s quickly becoming a hotspot for investors and mega mansions. Only 30 minutes away from the CBD, and with all the latest facilities, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. However, the development is still a long way off. Over the next ten years, new retail developments, infrastructure and schools will be completed, transforming this once rural land, to prime real estate.

2010 - 2015: Point Cook's transformation
2010 – 2015: Point Cook’s transformation

Greater Springfield, Queensland: Greater Springfield is Australia’s fastest emerging new city. The $32 billion development is positioned as the gateway to the western corridor of south-east Queensland. At 2,860 hectares it is the largest master planned city in Australia and the first city of its kind since Canberra. Over the past few decades the area has transformed from rural farming to a vibrant community. Construction is still ongoing, however by 2030 it hopes to be home to approximately 105,000 residents.

2010 - 2015: Greater Springfield’s transformation
2010 – 2015: Greater Springfield’s transformation

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