Your questions answered.
With so many home buyers enquiring about Wollert Rise every day, there is a very good chance your question has already been asked and answered below.
Why would I choose Wollert Rise for my new home?
We understand that future residents will undertake their own thorough research before committing to buying a new home but it’s a great question. Wollert Rise is genuinely unique in a few ways. First, only Wollert Rise will border the Green Wedge Zone which will help preserve its natural outlook. Secondly, Wollert Rise will retain the feel of open space but still have everything you need close by. Finally, Dahua Group’s dedication to building better communities will make Wollert Rise the perfect home for generations to come.
Is every new release near parks?
In a word, yes. We have designed into the master plan many picturesque pockets of retained river red gums and prioritised the landscaping of parklands in the initial stages. Dahua has made a long term commitment to preserve and continually enhance this beautiful setting.
What other projects have been created by Dahua Group?
Dahua Group has been operating in Victoria since 2013. To date, they have fully delivered master planned communities at King’s Leigh in Werribee and Lochaven in Cranbourne, with another four projects currently under development in Melbourne alone. We would welcome you taking a tour of any of Dahua Group’s completed or under construction communities to get a sense of what they are all about.
If we buy now, when can we build?
Those of you who buy in the current release at Wollert Rise will have titles delivered in the fourth quarter of 2022. This means you have the luxury of time so you can save more towards your home before settlement. You can also really think about what you want when choosing your home design. You can even visit a range of display homes to find the best builder for you. These are all big decisions and it’s important you don’t rush them.
Is the government offering any bonus/stimulus for new land sales?
The State Government has First Home Owner Grants in place that consist of stamp duty relief and cash incentives for new builds. Currently there is no stimulus being proposed by the government. However if this changes we will be sure to let you know in our newsletters. Sign up here to receive regular updates from us at Wollert Rise.
Will there be options other than land?
In addition to buying land and building, there are also exciting House and Land packages and our new Townhomes offering. At Wollert Rise we work with some of Melbourne’s biggest builders to bring you a range of new home options for your family size, lifestyle and budget. Check out what’s Now Selling.
Who are your participating builders at Wollert Rise?
Choosing the right builder for your dream home is entirely up to you. But House and Land packages will also be released as they become available with Mimosa Homes, Homebuyers Centre, Metricon and Burbank, with other participating builders being added all the time. If you have a house in mind, feel free to make contact with Estate Manager, Rishav Bhardwaj, who is here to work with you to help you find the right lot for your design.
When are you expecting retail in the area?
We know that being near shops, cafes, restaurants and the like are a huge factor in determining where to buy a home. Wollert Rise is fortunate that it is already so close to existing retail hubs at the Aurora Town Centre and Epping Plaza. New retail will only be a short walk away when it’s delivered in the future.
Are there schools currently in and proposed for the area?
Given that Wollert Rise is so close to existing suburbs, we are lucky to have a range of schools that are open and accepting enrolments in the area. Some that you might consider are the Harvest Home Primary School in Epping, or Wollert’s own Glowrey Primary School and Edgars Creek Secondary College, which are both a short walk or ride away.
Are there many public transport options?
Wollert Rise sits between Craigieburn and Mernda train lines, with Mernda station only a short distance away. In addition, bus routes have been planned for the community which will connect to existing arterial roads and key amenities. Typically the government will fund and extend these routes as the community grows. There are also plans for a new train line through to Wollert. Whittlesea Council is advocating for this with the State Government, so fingers crossed.
Who is laying infrastructure for internet access?
All lots will have connection to the broadband network. We are currently negotiating the installation of optic fibre and will release details when a provider is decided.
If your question wasn’t here then please feel free to call Rishav Bhardwaj on 1300 065 537 or book an appointment to meet in person.