Our residential communities

Jinding Australia is set to become one of Australia’s leading property developers focusing on land and housing residential communities.

We currently have a pipeline exceeding 3000 house and land lots that will be developed at our residential communities over the coming years.

Our pipeline will continue to grow over the coming months and Jinding Australia looks forward to communicating news on these latest acquisitions.

Our first Melbourne community


With a proposed launch date of late 2018, our brand-new community in Wollert will be 25 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD and 8 kilometres north of Epping.

It will be a 56-hectare land and housing project with 14.4% of the area dedicated to public open space. Key features will include 6.6 hectares of active space with sporting reserves and 5.4 hectares of parkland, waterways and conservation areas.  A central council operated community centre will become the hub community in years to come.

Distinct to the area, River Red Gum trees will feature throughout the project and the local area will be designed so residents can walk and cycle to community amenities.

A short distance away, Pacific Epping Plaza and the proposed Wollert major town centre will cater for larger shopping needs. Epping train station and the future rail extension to Wollert just south of the community, will help residents commute to and from Melbourne’s CBD. The Hume Freeway will give residents an easy way to drive to and from home.

There is an abundance of established and planned child care and schooling options for growing families and the Northern Hospital can cater for medical emergencies.

The project will feature a wide selection of land sizes to cater for first home buyers through to growing families.  It will be Jinding Australia’s first Melbourne community and will showcase Jinding’s international reputation of creating quality communities.

A unique community for Cranbourne

Junction Village

The Junction Village development, adjoining the suburb of Cranbourne, will be Jinding Australia’s first residential community in Melbourne’s popular south east corridor.  It is a 29-hectare site with a permit for 311 land and housing allotments.  Providing a unique offering to purchasers, lots will range in size up to 1,500 square metres with over 25% of the allotments 600 square metres or larger.

The community will include 1.46-hectares of waterways, 2.78-hectares of pedestrian links and 1.11-hectares of recreational open space. It will border Cranbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens featuring 363-hectares of heathlands, wetlands, walking trails and picnic areas.

The development is set to launch in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Lifestyle for families

Armstrong Creek

Our brand-new community in Armstrong Creek is proposed to launch in late 2018.  It will be located 10 kilometres from the centre of Geelong and 16 kilometres from the coastal town of Torquay.

The house and land community will be 94-hectares and include 4.9 hectares of parkland, 4.6 hectares of waterways and 9.8 hectares of conservation areas. With a feature elevated precinct, there will be scenic views of the local area for families to enjoy.

The project will be adjacent to the Warralilly Neighbourhood Activity Centre.  The $100 million Warralily Village set to open in late 2017, will comprise of Woolworths and Aldi for day to day groceries, specialty stores, cafes, restaurants and a gymnasium.  It will also be a short drive to a choice of schooling options and The Greater Geelong Community Wellness Centre will be a hub for the local neighbourhood.

The community will feature a wide selection of land sizes to build a first home or a larger family home.  It will be Jinding Australia’s first regional project and will showcase Jinding’s international reputation of creating quality communities for Australians.

A landmark project


The proposed 123-hectare Sunbury project will become a landmark house and land community for Jinding Australia.

The site is located 4.6km north of Sunbury and will be close to a future town centre, schooling and train station.

Adjoining Emu Creek, the project will be abundant in active and passive open space and conservation areas for the community to enjoy.

The proposed urban plan of northern Sunbury will be finished within the next five years.  Two new shopping centres, a train station and schooling options will cater to the daily needs of families.

The community will serve first home buyers through to down sizers with a variety of land lots and housing designs from Australia’s largest and smallest volume builders.