There will ultimately be 11,500 new dwellings at Ginninderry.
There will be a wide variety of offerings, including apartments, townhouses, and sections of semi-detached and attached houses commonly referred to as semis or terraces. There will also be single dwellings: detached homes (cottages) on compact lots and detached one and two storey homes on larger blocks.
You can purchase land or Flexi-living Homes from the Ginninderry team.
Land sales do not have eligibility criteria; however, there are eligibility criteria for our Flexi-living Series.
More information on our Flexi-living Series can be found here: https://ginninderry.com/buying/flexi-living-homes/
There is a mix of standard residential, townhouses, terraces, and apartments. Standard residential blocks typically range from 300m2 to 550m2 in the early stages of development, while larger blocks (>600m2) are intended in areas of the development adjoining the Conservation Corridor.
Blocks for our Flexi-living Series are very compact (typically <250m2) to provide for an affordable entry into the property market.
Land prices are based on market values. Block specific prices are determined based on the block’s particulars, primarily the block size. Pricing of blocks currently available for sale can be found here: https://ginninderry.com/buying/land/
Blocks of land are typically released to the public through a Ballot system. Buyers must register for the Ballot to obtain a block of land. Each buyer is restricted to purchasing one block per ballot as an individual or company. If blocks of land remain after completion of the Ballot, then purchases can be made over the counter, and multiple purchases may be allowed.
The amount you are required to pay is dependent on the sales process by which your block is being bought.
Blocks bought as part of a ballot land release:
The deposit required will be outlined in the Ballot Conditions relevant to each land release.
Blocks bought ‘over the counter’
A $5,000 part deposit is payable to secure your block or package. This $5,000 can form part of your deposit required to formally exchange contracts. The deposit payable on exchange is 10% of the purchase price. If paying by deposit bond or Bank Guarantee, additional charges for legal checks may apply.
For further details on payment or other contract terms please call 1800 316 900 to make an appointment with one of our sales consultants.
The first land was released to the market in April 2017. Land will continue to be released progressively in line with Estate Development planning approvals.
Land rent is not currently available for Ginninderry. This has also been the case for other developments in the ACT where the Territory has entered a Joint Venture arrangement with another private developer (such as the case for Ginninderry).
The ACT Government will introduce social housing by dispersing a diversity of housing typologies in the Ginninderry development. Social housing adds to the rich tapestry of community within the suburb.
A Community Needs Assessment has been prepared for the Ginninderry development. The Assessment has identified the need for residential aged care and/or independent living units. The type and size of the aged care development will be determined by the market and the service provider.
- 2km to Kippax Centre which features a library, supermarkets, a post office, pharmacy, newsagency, food outlets, fashion and variety stores as well as church and community facilities.
- 10 minutes to Belconnen Town Centre, including Westfield Shopping Centre, government departments, community centre, sports centre and arts centre.
- Close to schools in Holt, Charnwood and Latham (in particular Kingsford Smith School in Holt), the University of Canberra and Canberra Institute of Technology in Bruce.
- Close to emergency services, including the West Belconnen Ambulance and Fire & Rescue Station at Charnwood, Belconnen Police Station and the Calvary Hospital at Bruce.
- 15kms from the city centre—less than 20 minutes by car
- Approximately 5km from the Kippax Group Centre providing access for everyday needs including a library, supermarkets, a post office, pharmacy, newsagency, food outlets, fashion and variety stores as well as church and community
- Approximately 12 minutes by car from the Belconnen Town Centre, which houses government departments, a community centre, the Westfield Shopping Centre and an arts
- Close to schools in Holt, Charnwood and Latham (in particular Kingsford Smith School in Holt), the University of Canberra and Canberra Institute of Technology in
- Close to emergency services, including the West Belconnen Ambulance and Fire & Rescue Station at Charnwood, Belconnen Police Station and the Calvary Hospital at
- Approximately 18kms or 20 minutes by car from the city centre.