Living Here

Calderwood Valley at a Glance

 

 

Located in the heart of the Illawarra, homes at Calderwood Valley features sweeping views of the iconic Illawarra escarpment. Upon completion, the community will have everything you may need - schools, childcare centres, parks, playgrounds, sportsgrounds, a village centre and town centre, as well as an extensive network of bike and walking trails.

 

Community

At Calderwood Valley, you will find real community spirit and plenty of ways to connect with your neighbours. A dedicated community engagement coordinator is onsite to help facilitate community groups and welcome events. To date, these include mothers’ groups, park and play sessions for the kids and art classes. There is also an assigned space, the Sprout Hub, for community events and seminars.


Connectivity

Calderwood Valley will deliver an ultra-high speed Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) network by OptiComm. Residents will have some of the fastest internet speeds available in Australia. Enjoy immediate access to a reliable, cost effective service, as well as access to Free to Air and Pay TV without the need for antennas or satellites.


Lifestyle

Wide open spaces; parks and playgrounds; cycling and walking paths – everything about Calderwood Valley inspires appreciation of an active lifestyle.

Four parks are already built at Calderwood Valley, including our feature district park which has a basketball court, kids playgrounds, BBQ and picnic areas as well as an outdoor gym.

Upon completion, Calderwood Valley will have over 200 hectares of open space, more than 35 kilometres of bike and walk trails as well as three district parks.


Education

In addition to a range of nearby childcare centres and schools, including the Albion Park Primary School, Calderwood Christian School and Tullimbar Public School, Calderwood Valley plans to have its own primary schools for children between kindergarten and year 6, a high school for year 7 to year 12 students and a childcare centre. 

Tertiary education is easily accessible, with the University of Wollongong only a 20 minute drive from Calderwood Valley. 


Shopping

Convenience is at the heart of Calderwood Valley. Woolworths and ALDI are just around the corner and Shellharbour Square and Wollongong Central are all within a short drive away.

Sprout Café is already open for the community and hosted by local operator Bean Roasted. We will soon to be home to a tavern, with the Laundy Group recently purchasing a 4,000 square metre site opposite the District Park for the new dining and entertainment venue. 

Up to 25,000m2 of Calderwood Valley has also been dedicated to developing a landmark village centre and a town centre that can provide a range of essential and professional services, convenience and retail shopping, eateries, cafés and restaurants, as well as places to relax and enjoy.


Living Options

From traditional family homes close to modern amenities to low maintenance lots with views of Johnsons Spur, Calderwood Valley offers an enviable selection of lot types, house and land packages and residential addresses to suit a range of budgets, housing preferences and lifestyles.