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Alfredton Suburb Info

What suburb is Alfredton Grove located in?

Not surprisingly, Alfredton Grove is located in the extremely popular and hotly demanded Ballarat suburb of Alfredton.

An Alfredton address not only means you are minutes to the centre of town, have brand new sporting and recreation facilities at your doorstep and easy access to a multitude of shopping/retail options, but you are also within easy reach of the town’s best public and private schools the region has to offer.

Have a look at what is available within Alfredton Grove

What school zones does Alfredton Grove fall into?

Being an Alfredton resident means you are within the highly sought-after Ballarat High School zone. For more info on the catchment area visit

If it’s a private school you’re after, there is easy access to some of the best private schools – Loreto College (all girls), St. Patrick’s College (all boys) and Ballarat & Clarendon College (co-ed). Ballarat Grammar School is also in reasonable proximity.

There are a multitude of primary school and childcare options to choose from as well!

Have a look at what is around Alfredton Grove

What’s happening to Carngham Road?

Cargnham Road will ultimately be widened to a 4 lane divided road to improve long term traffic flows.

Why Alfredton Grove

When will construction start?

Stages 1-6 are complete. Civil construction of stage 7 is progressing well and on track to be completed in February 2021, whilst construction of stage 8 has commenced and is anticipated to be completed by mid-2021.

How many lots are there?

Alfredton Grove is anticipated to house approximately 277 residences.

When are titles anticipated?

Stages 1-6 are Titled. Stage 7 Titles are anticipated in March 2021, whilst stage 8 Titles are anticipated in mid-2021.

What is the purpose of the design covenants at Alfredton?

They are designed to enhance the certainty of the built-form within the estate and protect the look and feel of the estate, whilst encouraging creativity and individuality in home design. The covenants thereby protect each home owner’s investment.


Is there a park in the estate and when will it be open?

There is a massive 1 hectare (2.5 acres) central reserve, Karingga Park, which is positioned in the centre of the estate. Karingga Park is now open to the public. We invite you to visit Alfredton Grove and experience all that Karingga Park has to offer.

Will Alfredton Grove have NBN?

Absolutely. All required infrastructure will be built in the estate to allow all homes to be connected to NBN. Each home owner will arrange with NBN direct for the final connections to their homes.

First Home Buyers

Are there any benefits for First Home Buyers?

Absolutely! If you are buying/building a new home (valued up to $750,000) for the first time you are entitled to the $20,000 First Home Owners Grant (visit SRO to check you meet all eligibility criteria).

Building at Alfredton Grove

How small is the smallest block and how large will the blocks be?

In Stage 9, blocks start at 314m2 and range in size up to 581m2. Lot sizes in future stages will be confirmed upon release.

What is my responsibility once I have settled my block?

Keeping Alfredton Grove safe and looking its absolute best is important to us and our residents. With this in mind all residents are required to keep their block and the front nature strip clean (both before and during construction), weeds removed and grass kept short. We expect residents to manage their builders and anyone visiting their home to the same standard to uphold these same values to ensure Alfredton Grove remains a great place to live.

Why do I need to know about bushfire attack levels?

You might have heard the term BAL rating thrown around. The large majority of land estates in Victoria will have a BAL rating.

This stands for the Bushfire Attack Level and essentially has been adopted to improve the ability of your new home to withstand a bushfire event. The BAL rating on your particular block of land will influence the method and materials used to construct your home. Your builder or building surveyor will be able to talk you through BAL ratings in more detail.

Can I subdivide a block?

All blocks in Alfredton Grove have been designed at a range of sizes to suit a variety of buyers needs with single homes in mind. To protect the look, feel and value of Alfredton Grove, lots cannot generally be further subdivided (subject to planning regulations).

What is the process of getting house plans approved?

Design Covenants are attached to your Contract of Sale to protect the look, feel and investment of homes within Alfredton Grove. House plans must work within these covenants. In addition, your house plans will be reviewed by a building surveyor to ensure they meet all statutory and planning requirements. In addition, as a part of the process to obtain a building permit, your house plans will be reviewed by a building surveyor to ensure they meet all statutory and planning requirements.

View the Alfredton Grove Design Covenant

Will my lot have fill on it and what are the soils like at Alfredton Grove for home building?

Detailed fill plans showing the natural surface levels and finished surface levels are available upon request.

What type of fence will I have and how do I contact my neighbour to have it erected? / Can I build a front fence?

To maintain a consistent look and feel within Alfredton Grove, all boundary fences are to be Colourbond (basalt in colour). All non-street fronting fences are to be a maximum 1.8m. Front fences are optional but should be a max 1.2m in height and suit the home design. More detail on fencing can be found in the design covenants.