Ginninderry launches ‘Strathnairn Rise’ land with 53 blocks to be sold by ballot

Registrations for 53 residential blocks at Strathnairn will open this week, representing the final release of land in the second stage of the high-profile Ginninderry development corridor.

Blocks in this release, known as ‘Strathnairn Rise’, are elevated and border the Ginninderry Conservation Corridor, affording incredible views to the Brindabella Ranges.


Project Director Steve Harding said this release was a great opportunity for buyers to become part of the fast-growing community.

“After many years of planning, the initial stages of Ginninderry are taking shape,” he said.

“Many residents are now settled in their new homes and a genuine community spirit is developing,”

“Now is a great time for those considering land to take a look at how we’re doing things differently.”

Harding says that while the views from Strathnairn Rise take centre stage, the Community Recreation Park – to be completed later this year – is also a key feature of this stage of the project.

“The 2.7 hectare park will deliver incredible amenity for residents including recreation areas, walking trails, modern playgrounds, BBQ spaces and an impressive amphitheatre. We’ll also have mixed-use courts for basketball, netball and soccer along with cricket nets and of all of that sits alongside the vast natural amenity offered by existing conservation areas that are such a feature of the area”.

Blocks offered in this ballot range between 455 and 1275 square metres and are priced from $337,700.

Key dates

  • Ballot registrations close on 16 October 2020
  • The block selection day will be held on 31 October 2020

More information

Full details of the land release are available here.

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