Live above it all
Every day at Gardenhill brings a feeling of being on top of the world, proudly positioned high above Doncaster with magnificent views.
From your vantage point high on Doncaster Hill, you can see just how closely you are connected to the city via the nearby Eastern Freeway. The sparking lights of the CBD, the winding Yarra River, the charming neighbourhood below, the pockets of green parkland all around and the majestic mountains in the distance – these views are all yours from your personal vantage point in the sky.
Everything on your doorstep
Surrounded by the best of neighbourhood living
Doncaster delivers first-class shopping and entertainment at Westfield as well as abundant green parklands, cycling trails, a new state-of-the-art library and tree-lined fairways. This is a thriving precinct in a favourable position high on Doncaster Hill. People walk, shop and socialise throughout the day and into the night, as it is such a safe and welcoming area in which to live. Gardenhill’s premium position also places it within a short drive of the city, with the pristine beaches of the bay and eclectic St Kilda not far away.
Visit the on-site display at 5 Elgar Court, Doncaster – 11am - 6pm, 7 days a week.
The finest shopping, dining and entertainment
Westfield Doncaster provides your own High Street shopping experience with everything you need and the extra things you love. Westfield offers more than 400 shops under one roof, including the leading department stores Myer and David Jones and luxury brands such as Hugo Boss, Max Mara and Ralph Lauren. Keep your kitchen well stocked from the supermarkets, grocers and delicatessens, and unwind in the gourmet food hall, cinema complex and luxury day spas. Everything is here, and all just across the road.
Where orchards once grew
Become part of the rich history of Doncaster
The Doncaster area has long been a place of natural beauty and gathering. First the Wurundjeri people, then German fruit growers recognized the value of this fertile and picturesque location. From the 1860s to the 1960s, orchards covered the gently rolling farmland. It was only in the mid 20th Century that Doncaster slowly gave way to houses, shops and schools as the suburb became known as a peaceful place to enjoy life and raise a family.