Freehold or Leasehold Childcare Centre Opportunities 

Connected and convenient within Melbourne’s Western Growth Corridor, welcome to Mambourin - a 110 hectare masterplanned community anticipated to provide Melbourne’s most idyllic environment to live, learn, work and play. More than 3,500 residents are anticipated to be housed within around 1,200 homes at Mambourin, with an additional 4,000 lots to the north at Windermere by Country Gardens and a further 1,000 lots to the south at Cornerstone by Peet.


The heart of the community, Mambourin Town Centre is projected to include around 27,000sqm of retail space delivered over two stages. Currently proposed is a full line supermarket, medical centre, cafés and restaurants and a potential cinema. Across the broader site, a hub of infrastructure and activity is planned, from a private school, community centre and business district, to walking trails, cycling paths, parks and playgrounds. 

Located to the west of Armstrong Road, Mambourin enjoys a high exposure, easily accessed location. The future train station will provide a new and convenient public transport connection and direct roads links to Geelong, the CBD, Melbourne’s ports and air terminals are anticipated to provide easy freight and logistics access.

With a catchment including a high proportion of traditional families and residents aged 0–14 years, opportunity exists for a childcare operator at Mambourin Town Centre. Frasers Property Australia seeks parties to respond to an Expressions of Interest campaign for either a freehold acquisition fronting Black Forest Road (with land area up 5,000sqm), or a leasehold within Mambourin Town Centre.

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The Stats 

  • $4.2B

    projected TTA spending

    by 2031

  • 33.9

    avg. age of residents

    compared with the Australian avg. 38.5

  • 31.1%

    VIC children aged 0-5 years

    attended long day childcare facilities in 2017

  • 9.2%

    MTA residents

    aged 5 years or under in 2018

  • 157k

    anticipated population

    within a 10km radius by 2031

  • 10.1%

    avg. annual growth in MTA spending

    until 2031