News & Updates

Atherstone Construction Update - May 2017

It's an exciting time at Atherstone, with the community achieving outstanding sales results. We are proud to say that Atherstone is the most popular community in Victoria. Each release is a sell-out and our next release on Saturday 3rd June is the last opportunity to purchase within Settlers Creek with almost 90 blocks released to the public.

Our construction team have been incredibly active as they are taking advantage of the dry sunny weather after an unexpectedly wet April.

If you would like further information, simply email us at [email protected] or call us on 1800 981 644.

Estimated Settlement Dates

Stone Ridge

  • Stage 8: August to October 2017
  • Stage 9: February to April 2018

Settlers Creek
  • Stage 1 to 3: October to December 2017
  • Stage 4 & 5: November 17 to January 2018
  • Stage 6 & 7: February to April 2018
  • Stage 8 & 9: April to June 2018
  • Stage 10 & 11: June to August 2018

Settlers Creek Stages 1 - 3 and Stone Ridge Stage 8
Much of the underground services are complete and the civil contractor has commenced forming the roads

Settlers Creek Stages 4 & 5
The civil team have completed bulk earthworks, and are continuing with sewer and drainage works.

Settlers Creek Stages 6 & 7
Construction has commenced.

Stone Ridge Stage 9 and Settlers Creek Stages 8 - 9
Due to commence construction in June.

Stone Ridge Stage 7 Park

The landscape team are progressing well on the construction of the Stone Ridge Stage 7 park.

Play equipment, shelter and basketball slabs are installed. Concrete has been poured for the footpaths and irrigation has commenced. Estimated to be completed August 2017 with a Spring opening.

Stone Ridge Heritage Wall

The Stone Ridge Stage 7 park location was designed to retain a section of the historic dry stone wall, which is over 100 years old. We are rebuilding it using the original method of carefully stacking the field stones by hand. The walls were built by farmers as property boundaries and to contain sheep. Timber was scarce so the rocks were collected from the paddocks. This wall is part of the same boundary line as the magnificent stone wall at the Western BACE.