Top amenities within walking distance from Cedar Woods' new development, St. A

Top amenities within walking distance from Cedar Woods' new development, St. A
Top amenities within walking distance from Cedar Woods' new development, St. A

St. A is located in north-western Victoria, in the thriving suburb of St Albans. From St. A, residents can access Melbourne CBD in 30 minutes by car and 50 minutes by public transport, making this affordable development the perfect city fringe option for first home buyers and upsizers alike.

Here's what you can find within walking distance from St.A

EDUCATION

One of the great features of St. A is the walkability of the neighbourhood – with plenty of education options just a short stroll away. Victoria University's St Albans campus is a mere 12-minute walk, while St Albans Secondary College is 19-minutes away. Other schools in the area include: University Park Primary School, Jackson School, St Albans Meadows Primary School, St Albans Heights Primary School, Sunshine Park Estate Kindergarten and many more education centres in the surrounding neighbourhoods. 

SUPERMARKETS

St. A is perfectly positioned for all your grocery needs – being situated right on Gratz Street, means you can walk to the SUPA IGA supermarket and Woolworths in less than 10 minutes.

RETAIL

For retail shopping, enjoy a weekend amble to the local shopping mall – Brimbank Shopping Centre is a 38-minute walk while Cairnlea Town Centre is a 31-minute walk. Alternatively, you could drive and be there in less than 10 minutes, but the option is there if the weather is nice and you feel like a decent walk.

PARKS

There are also plenty of parks to choose from, 14 minutes walk south of St. A you'll find Stradbroke Drive Reserve which is equipped with plenty of outdoor exercise equipment. Walk north for 7 minutes and you'll reach McKechnie Reserve, and another 5 minutes will get you to Errington Reserve.

NATURE TRAILS

Brimbank Park Nature Trail is just a stone's throw from St. A, offering a well-designed loop track, which starts and finishes at the Parks Victoria office/cafe. This particular track includes both sealed and well-maintained gravel paths, making it a suitable walk for intermediate hikers. Dogs are allowed on this walking track but must be kept on a lead. If you're lucky, you might spot a long-necked tortoise in Taylor's Creek!

Brimbank Welcome Walk is another great track suitable for walkers of all experience levels. It's a steady contour that is mostly paved and shared by both pedestrians and cyclists. This walk has picnic spots, playgrounds, public toilets and seating available. Keep an eye out for Wallabies and Blue Fairy Wrens.

To learn more about the two, three and four-bedroom homes available for sale at St. A, enquire today via Urban and make the most of the great selection of grants and subsidies on offer before they expire.

Olivia Round

Olivia Round

Olivia Round is the Features Editor of urban.com.au. Olivia specialises in news reporting, in-depth editorial content and video + podcast interviews with industry experts.

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