Refined, urban
living at its best.

Balmoral Quay has been carefully crafted and designed to
offer a peerless lifestyle experience, in one of the most
breathtaking locations in Geelong.

Comprised of a range of different townhouse and
apartment styles, there are options to suit all lifestyles,
each taking full advantage of the panoramic views and
proximity to both the urban and natural environments.

BALMORAL QUAY WATERFRONT
RIPPLESIDE BEACH

Balmoral Park
& Beach.

As part of Balmoral Quay's reinvigoration of
the foreshore, a beautiful new beach and park
will be created.

Balmoral Park will be a private, green space, for
use only by residents. Lush and verdant, it will
be a space to relax, play and entertain, with
views out to the water.

Just to the north of the site, the development
team will create St Helen's Beach, a
picturesque new destination to enjoy the
sand and sea, right on your doorstep.

Explore Location
BALMORAL PARK
BALMORAL PARK & ST HELEN'S BEACH

As part of Balmoral Quay's reinvigoration of
the foreshore, a beautiful new beach and park
will be created.

Balmoral Park will be a private, green space, for
use only by residents. Lush and verdant, it will
be a space to relax, play and entertain, with
views out to the water.

Just to the north of the site, the development
team will create St Helen's Beach, a
picturesque new destination to enjoy the
sand and sea, right on your doorstep.

Explore Location
BALMORAL PARK & ST HELEN'S BEACH
LIFE BY THE WATER
BALMORAL PARK

From shipyard
to city.

CORIO BAY ~ 1857
SS EDINA LEAVING GEELONG ON HER LAST TRIP. 1938
RIPPLESIDE BEACH ~ 1957
TRAMWAY GRAND OPENING ON MOORABOOL STREET. 1912

Geelong is a city with a rich and diverse history. From its humble beginnings as a centre for agriculture, to its industrial revolution, defined by car and wool manufacturing, Geelong has always embraced change.

The site of Balmoral Quay was once the home of the Rippleside Pier, a key part of Geelong’s thriving shipping industry. Created in 1905, the pier was predominantly used as a workshop for vessels and operated until 1970.

Today you can see markers that hark back to Geelong’s vibrant heritage wherever you look, each helping to tell the story of Victoria’s second city.