AN ADDRESS OF Natural Beauty
Tulliallan is defined by its heritage listed Elm trees which will frame a spectacular parkland, complete with walking and bike trails. Rolling green hills and an abundance of open space create an unmatchable feeling of calm; a place where you can spend your days admiring the community’s natural beauty while your children can explore and play freely.
Tulliallan’s heritage listed Avenue of Elms
The community is named after the heritage listed ‘Tulliallan’, a stone brick homestead that was constructed circa 1860 and was originally an old shearer’s cottage. The property’s grand Elm Trees have been generously donated by Tulliallan’s former owner and will border the future Elm Tree Gardens community parkland.
An Address oF History
Tulliallan is the perfect union of old-world charm and a contemporary masterplanned community, allowing you and your family to create your own history.
Be spoilt for choice with the convenience of three retail hubs all within a short drive, including Eden Rise Village Shopping Centre and Berwick Village. Choose from a a range of entertainment and leisure facilities nearby including Cranbourne Botanic Gardens or the Cranbourne Golf Course, Sweeney Reserve and Casey Fields for bike rides or a kick of the football.
Be Spoilt for Choice
Located in a part of Melbourne renowned for progression and opportunity, Berwick and greater Cranbourne are home to some of the city’s best educational facilities.
Families will be well catered for at Tulliallan, with a number of state and private schools within minutes driving distance, including Hillsmeade Primary School, St Catherine’s Catholic Primary School, Nossal High School, St Francis Xavier College and Heritage College. In addition, Monash University’s Berwick Campus is only a five-minute drive away, further testament to Tulliallan’s excellent location.