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Bringing together multiple owners, the masterplan was designed to create an exclusive precinct of alongside walking trails and spaces that incorporate the natural beauty of the Kororoit Creek wetlands.
"This is an ideal position to build a new future, with everything at hand: train lines, major shopping centres, the Western Freeway and a wide range of proposed new infrastructure projects."
At Deanside Village, Moremac is building on the well-established suburb of Caroline Springs with various new housing sites, parks, schools, a Coles town centre and more.
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