The Premier Release
The Premier Release is an exclusive collection of 9 homes within the Tulliallan community that have been designed to have striking curb appeal.
The Homebuyers Centre Octave townhomes have been designed with stylish first homebuyers in mind. This home boasts three spacious bedrooms, two inviting living spaces and two car spaces.
Adjacent dining and living areas welcome natural light through sliding doors, while upstairs provides the master bedroom, complete with walk-in robe and ensuite.
The Octave’s distinctive floor plan, together with full turnkey inclusions and a distinguished architectural facade puts this contemporary-living home above the rest.
Tulliallan Display Village
The Tulliallan Builder Display Village features 15 of Melbourne's top builders and displays 36 of the best new home designs.
From leading innovative trends showcasing all the latest floor plans and features, you will be sure to find the home that has it all at our Tulliallan Display Village.
Come visit us today and see why you would want to call Tulliallan home.
Tulliallan’s heritage listed Avenue of Elms
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Hundreds of people flocked to the opening of Melbourne's newest display village at our popular Cranbourne North estate.
Many fell in love with Tulliallan the moment they saw its majestic century-old elm trees. Others were impressed with the estates surrounding amenities which include ready access to schools, shops, restaurants and transport.
More than 220 people already call Tulliallan home, with more set to join them after such a successful launch. There were a lot of families, including second, third home buyers and younger couples who all wanted to make Tulliallan their home. As they wandered through the grand display homes, crowds were entertained by a children's carousel, petting zoo, face painting and ride on train. They enjoyed food from an array of food vans and, for the little ones, Peppa Pig made a special appearance. A young family with two children pocketed $1000 after winning a competition which involved collecting stamps from each of the participating builders.
Tulliallan's land owner and developer Peter White also made a $1000 donation to the Cranbourne CFA, while the Cranbourne Rotary also benefited from the day.
Many of the people who were first time visitors to Tulliallan left feeling very impressed.