Surrounded by water on three sides, Melbourne’s CBD meets Docklands at picturesque Victoria Harbour. Innovative and functional design, combined with a convenient and central location, cements the living and lifestyle appeal of this vibrant city community.
Who lives in Victoria Harbour?
Living in Victoria Harbour appeals to a wide range of residents. Stunning waterfront views and easy access to Melbourne’s CBD, plus the combination of residential and business spaces alongside restaurants, retail and leisure amenities, makes Victoria Harbour an ideal place to work, live and play.
A position nestled amongst many major national headquarters, plus direct tram access to the city, make Victoria Harbour a popular choice for working professionals of all ages. In fact, local investors have enjoyed strong rental yields and significant tenant appeal due to the ever-increasing number of city workers.
Victoria Harbour is also an attractive address for many empty-nesters seeking to downsize whilst still working, who wish to take advantage of low-maintenance living whilst enjoying a city lifestyle.
Why live in Victoria Harbour?
Trams directly connect Melbourne’s CBD to Docklands via Collins Street, whilst Collins Landing now offers a daily ferry service to Port Arlington, on the Bellarine Peninsula. Trains to metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria are just moments away at nearby Southern Cross Station.
Panoramic waterfront views are on offer throughout Victoria Harbour – enjoy spectacular water views from sunrise to sunset over the Yarra River to Melbourne’s CBD skyline.
A huge 2.5km of waterfront living is only the beginning – Victoria Harbour offers the ultimate convenient city lifestyle. From trendy cafes to harbourside restaurants, shops to supermarkets, plus medical services and community facilities, all your needs are taken care of. Victoria Harbour is also home to the civic heart of the Docklands - the Library at the Dock, a state-of-the-art facility and community hub.
Victoria Harbour offers a vibrant urban community for owner-occupiers, investors and tenants alike. A great selection of modern one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom apartments, terrace homes and luxury penthouses are on offer to buy or rent.
Boasting a great choice of green outdoor spaces, Victoria Harbour is also home to the highest concentration of green buildings in Australia, including the residential complex Forte - the tallest residential timber building in the world. Local residents also enjoy reaping the fruits of their labour in the Docklands Community Garden.
To find out more about living in Victoria Harbour, or for help buying, selling, renting or leasing in Victoria Harbour, contact your local area experts at Lucas on 9091 1400.