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Why should you move to Narre Warren South?

By Natalie Cooper

Located in the south east of Melbourne is Narre Warren South. It is one of the fastest growing areas in the state of Victoria.

So why are so many people attracted to this outer suburb and why has it continued to grow? 

Well that’s simple. Narre Warren South is an amazing place to live! It has so much to offer you, regardless of your age or lifestyle!

In this blog, we find out more about this wonderful suburb!

A wonderful community spirit
Since the mid-1990’s, Narre Warren South has gone from strength to strength, and it now has a population of 30,319. The leafy suburb has grown over time to offer so much to attract professionals, families with kids and retirees, all of whom want to settle down in this picturesque paradise. It’s so family orientated, in fact, that 62% of all dwelling owners are families!

Rentals simply do not last here, because the suburb, as well as the areas that surround it, are so reasonably priced and liveable.

Narre Warren South is safe and trendy, with a variety of homes to suit all buyer requirements, from family homes through to lifestyle properties. In addition to this, it’s only 39kms from Melbourne’s central business district with 8971 dwellings! What’s not to love?

Family-orientated amenities
Narre Warren South is a suburb which boasts a range of amenities to sweeten the deal for its residents.

It has the Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre, which is a one-stop hub for shopping, relaxation and fun. It is also the second largest shopping centre in Australia, which had the first Krispy Kreme in Australia and was made famous as a regular filming location for Kath and Kim! 

As an added bonus to this we have a huge variety of shops in the local area due to the substantial residential growth, including the Casey Central shopping complex which features a Coles supermarket, K-Mart as well as a bakery, restaurants and a gym.

Located close to the Narre Warren South P-12 College is the Amberly Park Shopping Centre on Ormond Road. This shopping centre is smaller in nature but contains conveniences such as an IGA supermarket and a few specialty stores.  

There are many great parkland areas in Narre Warren South for jogging, riding and family days. In addition to this there are lots of other amazing gems in the surrounding suburbs for outdoor activities, such as the Berwick Springs Lake and Wilsons Botanic Gardens which is also located in Berwick. What more could you want, on your own doorstep?

Narre Warren South also has several sporting clubs close by which may help to foster a sense of community, and it is conveniently close to major freeways for easy access.

An amazing selection of local schools
Within 10 kilometres of Narre Warren South are some of Australia’s finest schools, including St Margaret’s School in Berwick and Brentwood Park Primary School.

Narre Warren South is also home to the P-12 College, which has one of Victoria’s largest student enrolments, with nearly 2000 students and more than 150 staff members!

In addition to these schools there are also the following:

  • Hillsmeade Primary School
  • Heritage College 
  • Alkira Secondary College 
  • Strathaird Primary school 

Okay, so I’m interested in Narre Warren South. Who should I contact?

Ray White at Narre Warren South are a team of highly experienced individuals who have the skills, knowledge and experience to give you the best advice on how you might be able to start your new life in Narre Warren South.

If you are a “rent-vestor” looking to buy your first investment property, now is your time to shine! Contact us today, and one of our highly experienced team members will be in consultation with you soon to let you know more about the areas that are currently in demand.

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