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September 8, 2016

Construction commences at Ginninderry

Joint Venture partners, The Land Development Agency and Riverview Developments has today welcomed the announcement that the new community to be developed across the western boundary of the ACT will be named Ginninderry.

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July 8, 2016

Ginninderra Falls

The Ginninderry develpment brings with it a great opportunity to protect, enhance and re-open Ginninderra Falls, via significant capital investment funded by the development project, and the establishment of a Conservation Management Trust for its management in perpetuity.

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Fact Sheets

July 8, 2016

History of Ginninderry’s suburb names

Strathnairn and Macnamara have been announced as the first two suburb names for the Ginninderry development, a joint venture between the ACT Government and Riverview Developments.

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Fact Sheets

July 8, 2016

Housing in Ginninderry

The housing options on offer at Ginninderry will vary in line with the desire to provide a diverse range of housing types within the new community. Find out more about housing types in our fact sheet.

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Fact Sheets

July 8, 2016

Joint Venture

The Joint Venture (JV) governing the Ginninderry development is an undertaking between the two development entities; ACT Government and Riverview Developments Pty Limited (Riverview) on behalf of Corkhill Brothers Pty Ltd (Corkhill).

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Fact Sheets

July 8, 2016

Origins of the name Ginninderry

After significant consultation, the name Ginninderry has been chosen for a new community across the western boundary of the ACT and NSW being developed by a joint venture between the ACT Government and Riverview Developments.

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Fact Sheets

July 8, 2016

Background to Ginninderry

Ginninderry will set a new benchmark in liveability which is at the heart of project planning and design. We are committed to developing a community that provides diverse, affordable, and inclusive places to live, work and play.

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