welcome to lara central estate, lara

welcome to lara central estate, lara

Lara Central Estate offers rural living in the heart of town.

Residents will enjoy the best of everything that Lara has to offer.

It’s a rare opportunity to build a new home on prime residential land close to Lara’s revitalised town centre.

Lara Central Estate offers a rural lifestyle in the heart of town.

Located less than 800 metres from the new shopping hub as well as two schools, the town’s main sporting precinct and Lara Railway Station, the 131-lot estate will boost the vibrancy and economic sustainability of central Lara.

At the same time, residents will experience the rural outlook and country feel that makes Lara so special.

The estate is situated within easy walking distance of Serendip Wildlife Sanctuary and includes a large expanse of new parkland along nearby Serendip Creek.

There are approximately 15 lots over 900m2 and another 21 over 700m2. The average lot size is approximately 670m2.



Lara Central Estate – Stage 9 – now selling

Published: 23/11/2018

Land in Stage 9 of Lara Central Estate is now available for sale .

There are 18 lots available in Stage 9 of Lara Central Estate, with land ranging in size from 430m2 to 862m2. Larger lots facing north with 17m frontages are available.

Construction of Stage 9 of the Lara Central

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Lara Fun Run/Walk entrants put their best feet forward for local charities

Published: 22/11/2018

 Hundreds of people laced up their sneakers at Lara’s iconic Pirra Homestead late last month for the Lara Fun Run/Walk.

Approximately 600 people took part in the charity event on October 28, running and walking their way through Serendip Sanctuary while raising thousands of dollars for local charities.

The annual event started

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Giving Hope to Geelong families

Published: 04/05/2018

A charity sports breakfast at GMHBA Stadium has raised approximately $21,500 for grieving Geelong families.

The 2018 Hope Charity Sports Breakfast was held on April 24 with special guests including former Geelong Cats player Nakia Cockatoo and club doctor Geoff Allen.

Bisinella Developments supported the Hope Bereavement fundraiser which will help bring

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