Craigieburn can offer anything from shopping at Craigieburn Central, Craigieburn Plaza or Highlands (which hosts a monthly farmers market) to having a round of golf at Craigieburn Public Golf Course or a picnic at DS Aitken Reserve. Alternatively, you can check out what’s on at the gallery at Hume Global Learning Centre, or zip down the Hume Highway to the cafes of Brunswick’s Sydney Road.
There are a large number of primary schools and several secondary schools, both state and Catholic, in the area, as well as a range of skate parks and BMX tracks. Craigieburn is serviced by trains and a number of buses.
While you will find some homes more established than others, Craigieburn can offer affordable contemporary family homes built on well-designed estates. Along Waterview Blvd you’ll even get just that – water views – from your spacious new home.
Styles can vary, from the modern and geometric to a more ornate reference, and many are double-storey, allowing enough room for every member of the family.
If you want to relax in a brand new family home, with good shopping nearby, plenty of schools, great facilities and impressive grasslands, Craigieburn’s one to think about. Just 25kms north of the city but a quick half hour drive to the cafes of Sydney Road, there’s something for the whole family here. *source REA