Banksia Newquay – Docklands Luxurious Apartments For Sale
“Water frontage, parkland and convenient access to the city centre are some of the hallmarks of prestige real estate globally– Banksia has them all.”
Inspired by the Australian wildflower, Banksia is the pinnacle of Australian architectural design and craftsmanship. Surrounded by a lush parkland on the edge of Victoria Harbour, Banksia’s unique position commands panoramic 360° park and water views backdropped by Melbourne’s city skyline.
Nautical technologies bring the organic forms of Banksia to life. Luxurious, natural Australian timbers extend the parkland setting into the spacious, flexible and sumptuous interiors of these prestigious homes.
Consisting of only 108 apartments, a luxury home in Banksia awaits the lucky few.
Excellent location right in the heart of Docklands:
Docklands has it all: a multitude of shops and restaurants, coupled with public transport right on your doorstep. People are clamouring to live there and, as such, it’s a property investor’s dream.
Walking distance to all amenities and facilities:
- Safeway supermarket
- Newquay restaurants and cafes—amazing waterfront dining
- medical centre
- NAB head office
- ANZ head office
- Southern Cross Train Station
- Docklands park
- American Costco (the first store in Australia)
- Harbour Town shopping—over 120 stores and great restaurants
- Etihad Stadium 600m
- Crown Casino 1km
- Melbourne Convention Centre 1km
- Exhibition Centre 1km
- Melbourne CBD 800m
- Queen Victoria Market 800m
- Waterfront City 600m
- Harbour Town shopping 500m
- Victoria Harbour 50m
Trams on your doorstep (including free ride on City Circle trams)
The free City Circle tram provides access to CBD, Bourke Street shopping, Victoria Market, and Crown Casino Entertainment Complex.
Why Choose Docklands?
As of the Millennium, apart from the Etihad Stadium, Docklands was a vacant piece of land. Today, Docklands, in the heart of Melbourne, is being transformed into a modern residential, commercial and visitor destination.
The $17.5bn Docklands project was started in 2000 and is expected to be completed by 2025. It is one of Melbourne’s largest infrastructure developments.
Docklands is a city extending from the CBD. When complete in 2025, its space will consist of 20,000 residents, over 60,000 workers pushing demand, and likewise rents, even higher.