Suburb Profiles

Eynesbury

Eynesbury is a new township between Werribee and Melton, located only 40 mins from Melbourne's CBD. Eynesbury falls mainly under Melton Shire Council with a portion of the area under Wyndham Council.

Eynesbury was once part of the Staughton Family’s ‘Exford Run’ pastoral empire that was first established in 1842.
The complex today comprises of 18,000 acres of mixed-use farmland that has carried up to 30,000 head of sheep during its wool-growing past.
    
The magnificently restored Eynesbury homestead, handcrafted from local bluestone almost a century and a half ago, stands testament to the property’s pioneering spirit and is now home to the Eynesbury Spike bar\restraunt.

The township is set on 1500 acres of beautiful open space.

There is an 18 hole championship golf course and clubhouse available for residents and visitors.
All the space, peace and tranquillity that a country town has to offer combined with all the style,
facilities and sophistication you’d expect in the city.

This superbly planned residential community offers over 1,500 acres of beautiful, wide-open spaces.
Lush green parks, walkways and playgrounds are adjoining a spectacular historic forest.
And at the centre of it all, a modern, user-friendly town centre will be established. Everything will be at your fingertips: schools, shops, restaurants and a buzzing commercial district.

But most importantly, you’ll discover a strong sense of community.

Visit www.eynesbury.com.au

    

(Information courtesy of the Eynesbury web site - see above link for details)