As the saying goes, “Location, location, location!”. Our resort in Piara Waters certainly hits the mark with that!
It’s growing at a super fast pace, with additional road infrastructure now complete, a mega-sized high school welcoming its first students this year, and a brand new local shopping centre, which opened its doors in October.
It’s hard to believe that only a few years ago the suburb was more of a rural precinct.
Adding to this growth are the substantial new land estates under construction and starting to take shape, namely Wildflower by Stockland, Aarya by Satterley, Ayana by Aigle Royal Group and Celsius Living by Celsius.
This significant investment into the area has a knock-on effect on the economic stimulation, population growth and land value in Piara Waters.
Homeowners of all ages see Piara Waters as having easy access to major freeways (north, south, east and west), which is important for those who work in the CBD or further afield.
Downsizers, retirees and early retirees are being drawn to our Lifestyle Resort as it not only presents a haven for relaxation and entertainment within itself but also because the boutique suburb of Piara Waters has much to offer beyond the Resort gates.
The new $10 million Piara Waters Village shopping centre, situated at the crossroads of Warton Rd and Nicholson Rd, is a mere two-minute drive – or 400m walk – from the Resort.
It boasts a diverse range of retail outlets, including an IGA supermarket, Bobaboba Bubble Tea, Imperial Luxury Barbers, Saba Hair Salon and Chemist Warehouse.
Health essential services include The Garden Medical Centre, Harrisdale Chiropractic and BANTA Fitness. For those with young grandchildren, there is a Nido Early Schools centre.
A new BP service station is extra convenient when you need to hit the road and the shopping centre adds another layer of convenience to your everyday life as a Resort homeowner.
The newly rebuilt C.Y. O’Connor Village Pub has an impressive décor and offers both indoor and outdoor dining options. A fabulous spot for lunch, dinner or a relaxing wine or two on a Sunday afternoon.
Information in this article is true and correct as of 13 December 2023.