Posted by Development Ready on Mar 25, 2019


  • Considerable landholding of 1.254ha*
  • Dual street frontages totalling 222m*
  • General Residential Zoning (GRZ1)

Colliers International is pleased to present for your consideration 56 Kingloch Parade, Wantirna

The opportunity offers a considerable landholding in excess of 1.25ha* situated within Melbourne’s esteemed Eastern suburbs. Favourable zoning and planning overlays invite a multitude of development outcomes including residential, education and aged care (STCA).

Key highlights of this development opportunity are below:

  • Considerable landholding of 1.254ha* and dual street frontages totalling 222m*
  • General Residential Zoning (GRZ1 ) within the City of Knox planning scheme
  • Development Plan Overlay (DPO15) encouraging the opportunity for increased density housing
  • Multitude of development outcomes including residential, education and aged care (STCA)
  • Situated in proximity close to Westfield Knox, Eastland Shopping Centre, Wantirna Mall, Wantirna Health, Knox Private Hospital and Swinburne University of Technology, Wantirna Campus
  • 23km* east of the Melbourne CBD with access via Eastlink, the Monash Freeway and public transportation


For more information on this development site please contact the Colliers International Development Site Sales team.

Hamish Burgess                               
0421 641 497

Joe Kairouz                                       
0421 430 638

Jun Lai 赖锦伟                                   
0456 535 000

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