Melburnians – Is It Time for a Sea Change?

There’s no denying that COVID-19 has changed Melburnians’ views on city living.

2020 has seen most Victorians work from home, with a significant change to their social interactions. More and more people are reflecting on their current lifestyle and, with modern day technology allowing us to work remotely, more people are choosing to move out of metropolitan Melbourne.

Right now, enquiry for non-Melbourne city living in Victoria has never been higher, with growth rates in both Geelong and Ballarat in particular at an all-time high. And Melburnians are set on that sea change, looking to cities like Geelong for stunning water views as well as a slower pace of life.

Located in one of Geelong’s premier suburbs, Rippleside, Balmoral Quay is sure to tick all the boxes for serene waterfront living, active lifestyle and close proximity to a range of amenities. Elegantly arranged along the picturesque foreshore, Balmoral Quay’s collection of premium waterfront apartments and townhouses provide peerless quality, open plan living and breathtaking views either to Geelong or out across Corio Bay.

A short bike ride along the foreshore will take you directly to Geelong. Victoria’s second largest city, Geelong offers an abundance of amenities, including dining, recreation, shopping, arts and education – all the amenity you could possibly need right at your fingertips.

Balmoral Quay is bookended by St Helen’s Beach on the north-side and Rippleside Park and Rippleside Beach to the South. Within the development is the secluded Balmoral Park – an expansive, outdoor space located within the development and right on the water. It’s a tree-change and sea-change all in one.

Meticulously designed townhouses and apartments are now selling from $760K.

For more information, contact Barbara Wookey or Jim Cross on 1300 550 554.