There’s no doubt that there’s been a lot of buzz around Googong – but how much do you actually know?
We’ve got 10 things you maybe didn’t know that will make you want to find out more!
It’s closer than you think.
If you’ve never been out to Googong before, you might be thinking that it’s ages away from, well, everything. Fear not – Googong township is located just 16 kilometres south-east of Parliament House. That’s a drive that’s about the same distance between the city and Tuggeranong Hyperdome, around 25 minutes. And with the jobs in Queanbeyan continuing to rise, you’ll be thrilled to be this township’s neighbour.
A vision bought to life
Googong consulted with everyone from urban and transport planners to water engineers and sustainability experts. Queanbeyan City Council and NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure are on board and are fully committed to making Googong the best it can possibly be. The smart people over at Googong Township have spent years consulting the public. Every element from the fun and flashy Club Googong through to the not-so-glamorous sewage system, has been carefully considered and consulted to plan this modern township.
Big township with small town vibes
Googong is set to cover 780 hectares, with the town centre comprising of approximately 40,000m2 of commercial space – about the same size as Manuka. While this is a significant investment in promoting growth in this new township, they haven’t compromised in creating community focused spaces, with 196 hectares dedicated to gardens and open spaces. This means you get all the access to modern facilities without having to forego a relaxing and healthy lifestyle.
It’s never been easier to travel between Googong and Canberra or Queanbeyan with considerable improvements being made to the main access roads. With main sections of the Edwin Land Parkway open from 2012, it’s easy to get to Tuggeranong, Woden and Canberra City from your home in Googong.
It’s priced competitively.
Wondering how all this compares to ACT land releases? A standard lot in Googong will cost you $170,000 less than a standard lot at Throsby. After a premium lot? Montgomery Rise in Googong is still $130,00 less than a premium lot at Denman Prospect
It’s super pretty.
Looking out over the picturesque mountain backdrop of the Molonglo Ranges, you’ll forget that the hustle and bustle of the city is only a short drive away! You’ll be able to walk out your new front door and be greeted by wonderful scenery.
New road linkages, schools, Club Googong (year round swims for all!), Beltana Park and Rockley Oval for playing and watching sports, playgrounds, community centres, a library, modern connectivity fibres, mobile phone coverage… We could go on, but you should have a look for yourself.
Feel great about living in an environment that cares for the environment. Googong is proud of their purpose-built water and sewerage system that delivers recycled water to every home for toilet flushing and garden watering – as well as providing irrigation for parks and open spaces. They’ve built up a network of walking paths to encourage people to get on their feet – good for you, good for the planet! Add an abundance of ecological waterways and pond and habitats for protected native species, you’ll be feeling even better about your new home.
Googong is for everyone.
If you’re interested in living a life that’s relaxing, rewarding and sustainable – congratulations, you meet the criteria for being a homeowner in Googong. Everyone can find the right pace for their life here at Googong – we even have a dog park for your four-legged friends.
It’s going to be THE place to be.
Imagine the bragging rights you’ll score having been among the first to invest in this township that’s projected to house, educate, employ and entertain as many as 18,000 people. If you want to be among the first, check out the house and land packages we have available and contact us today!