Residents of Dacland’s King’s Leigh community in the west will soon benefit from a Werribee CBD makeover which includes increased car parking, opportunities for development and attractive open space.
Hosted by the Werribee Cricket Club and supported by Dacland, the cricket super clinic is open to girls and boys aged to 7-12 years old of all abilities. Top cricketers will help young cricketers hone their skills and give beginners some tips before the summer season begins.
In this issue of Living Today there’s something for everyone! Discerning homebuyers are moving to Melbourne’s west seeking key amenities, education and employment, and as a result the region is becoming one of Australia’s most progressive places to live.
An enthusiastic group of 45 kids from junior footy teams in Melbourne’s west took to the field at Whitten Oval to sharpen their skills with the help of Western Bulldogs players at Dacland’s pop-up clinic on 21 July 2016.
Melton secondary student Milly Wall recently put her passion for design to good use when she became part of Dacland’s design team for a day. The ‘Designer for a Day’ initiative is part of Dacland’s partnership with the ‘Western Bulldogs Whitten Project,' a leadership program for young people in Melbourne’s west.
Spirits were high as 400 kids attended the Western Bulldog’s Dahlhaus kids’ clinic at Whitten Oval in July, proudly sponsored by Dacland.
Construction on the first stages of King's Leigh is nearing completion. The pictures show one of two concrete teams on the job recently, taking advantage of good ground conditions to finish footpaths.
King’s Leigh is a great option for first home buyers keen to break into the property market and secure a home close to where they grew up and would now like to settle.
Living Today takes a look at how Dacland uses intelligent design to help build strong communities and provides an update on our sponsorship of the Western Bulldogs.
King’s Leigh residents are in the box seat to enjoy a huge new outdoor recreational area adjacent to the community. This 20-hectare site will be developed over the next few years, and Dacland is already working provide King’s Leigh residents with the best possible access.