Dahua Group begins work on Illawarra development

Dahua Group begins work on Illawarra development
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

Dahua Group Australia has started civil and subdivision works on its $350 million 1881 Tullimbar development, located in the Illawarra region.

The site spans across 90 hectares.

Dahua purchased the land parcel from Miltonbrook in 2017.

The first residents are expected to move in early 2022, with completion of the estate expected in 2023.

A variety of land lot sizes from 450 to 850 square metres are currently available with prices starting from $220,000 to $518,000. House and land packages are priced from $590,000.

It will comprise 500 new homes.

Civil contractor Western Earthmoving (WEM) was awarded a contract for civil infrastructure and subdivision works for the first 149 land lots.

Kith Clark, Development Director for Dahua Group said it was their third major masterplanned community in New South Wales.

"It has taken us two years to reach this significant milestone.

“Many jobs are being created for local businesses before, during and after construction.

"WEM is one of the most experienced civil contractors in the Illawarra area with a strong track record in delivering exceptional masterplanned communities.”

“1881 Tullimbar is ideally situated to capitalise on the expanding Illawarra region. The project is within close proximity to major employment hubs, important transport links including the Princes Highway and extensive community facilities," he added.

1881 Tullimbar nestles Tullimbar Public School, Albion Park Shopping Centre is 2.7 kilometres and Shellharbour Square is approximately 10 kilometres.

Wollongong’s CBD is only 25 kilometres from the site and Sydney’s CBD is about 100 kilometres.

The development is surrounded by 10 primary, high and tertiary institutions, all within a 26-kilometre radius.



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