Eynesbury Comedy Festival
We’re excited to reveal the incredible lineup for our Comedy Festival! Prepare for a night of non-stop laughs as the exceptional Peter Helliar takes…
With a rich indigenous culture, a significant pastoralist period, and a flourishing present-day residential community, Eynesbury holds a diverse and storied history. Since welcoming…
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2023 proved to be a tumultuous year for Melbourne’s housing market, with consecutive interest rate rises, record-low consumer confidence levels, and a cost-of-living crisis…
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Eynesbury residents, Christine and Henry Osborne, and Nathan and Rebecca Silvey are both relatives and neighbours, after purchasing and building their dream homes next…
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Eynesbury is currently home to over 3,000 residents, comprising of approximately 1,000 households. There are currently 4,500 lots approved for development.
Eynesbury is considered part of metropolitan Melbourne, and is located 40 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD in the booming Western growth corridor. It also lies between two fast-growing ‘cities’ – Melton to the north and Werribee to the south, both of which lie within two of the fastest growing local government areas.
Resimax Group is the owner and developer behind Eynesbury. Their mission is to empower people to “live the way they want to live”. From their first homebuyer brands to masterplanned communities, through to helping people secure their future with property investment, they’re all about the power of property.
Eynesbury is the Group’s collective pride and joy. Everyone at Resimax Group feel honoured to be working with their partners and residents to create a bright new future for Eynesbury.
First settled by Thomas Staughton in the 1840s, Eynesbury was named after his birthplace in England. Initially comprising 101,000 acres, it extended from Melton in the North to Staughton Vale in the South. 36,000 acres was annexed for the Melton Township with the rest divided between Thomas’ four sons. They Eynesbury station was then purchased by John Baillieu in 1947.
Originally the site was 18,000 acres before 3,000 acres were set aside for the Eynesbury township in 1947. Today, many of Eynesbury’s assets are listed in the Victorian Heritage Register and remain protected for generations to enjoy
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