Get to know your new neighbourhood: discover Beveridge

When: Thu 24 Sep 2015
Get to know your new neighbourhood: discover Beveridge

 

Convenient access to major amenities
Located within a convenient 10 minute drive to the metropolis of Craigieburn where there is a bustling hub of schools, sporting activities and major shopping centres for your convenience and leisure. Those heading to the CBD or outer suburbs of Melbourne, your drive is approximately 25 minutes down the Hume Freeway to the Ring Road, from here Melbourne City is your oyster! Those lucky enough to be jet-setting or welcoming family home, Beveridge’s proximity to the airport is a definite plus, - did we mention you only have to travel for about 5 minutes on the Tulla Freeway? - That’s got to be a bonus!!!! So, why not invite the whole family to stay?

A family-friendly community
With the newly opened Club Mandalay and its resident’s only facilities - Mandalay is fast becoming an exciting family community. Club Mandalay currently offers its residents a great selection of activities from gym sessions through to tennis and golfing lessons, plus there’s Cafe Mandalay, the ideal place to get together with your friends and enjoy and enjo the fine foods and beverages available. Aside from this - the wider community of Beveridge has its own primary school, local tavern, horse studs and the Ned Kelly trail. PLUS as a resident of the Shire of Mitchell, you now extend your community base through to Wallan and the surrounds. So whichever way you look at - there’s a choice of communities for you! With so much to experience and discover, it’s an ideal spot to raise a family.

Destination golf course
Mandalay’s enviable 18-hole golf course, is a destination for residents and golf-lovers alike. Designed by five-time British Open winner, Peter Thomson, it’s the heart of our community.
 
A slice of the great outdoors right on your doorstep
Regional Victoria is yours to discover: Hanging Rock, the Great Dividing Range, Mt Disappointment, the Goulburn River and Kinglake National Park are all within driving distance of your new home. Plan weekend escapes or week-long adventures into the heart of Victoria.
 
A stone’s throw to wine regions
One thing to love about living in Victoria? Some of the best wine regions are always a stone’s throw away! From Beveridge, you can easily explore the Heathcote & Yarra Valley regions or venture out further to Rutherglen, Beechworth and beyond.
 
Beautiful Victorian towns to discover
The towns of Kilmore, King Lake, Nagambie and Whittlesea are also perfect spots for weekend visits, both picturesque and historic, and all within a 45 minute drive of Beveridge. They also offer a vibrant slice of country life with events like the Kilmore Agricultural show, Wandong Country music festival, and the regular St Andrew’s farmer’s market to name just a few.
 
A hidden history…
The surrounding areas of Beveridge aren’t the only ones with stories to tell: there’s so much to discover in Beveridge itself! It’s a historic town with a colourful past: the town’s oldest building dates back to 1845, and Beveridge is also the birthplace of Ned Kelly! You can also venture out to the towns of Glenrowan, Beechworth and beyond to discover more of the Ned Kelly legend...

Discover Beveridge for yourself! Pay us a visit or find out more.

...prepared by Ntegrity for Mandalay Beveridge.

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