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Over the past several months we have touched on a number of the reasons why you would choose Armstrong Creek & Warralily as the ideal location to construct your new home; whether you are an owner occupier seeking a safe community to raise your children, or you are a savvy investor seeking outstanding capital growth. One of the first questions most buyers ask is where are the nearest schools?  In this blog we will give you a little bit of insight into our nearest Public Primary School - Mt Duneed Primary.
As if living at Warralily with its meandering walking tracks and parklands peppered along the National award winning Armstrong creek, conservation reserves and playgounds isn’t enough, we are blessed with the benefit of having an international treasure, Lake Connewarre our benevolent neighbour. 
Did you know we have a historically significant reserve adjacent to Warralily Coast? Stewarts Reserve on Armstrong Creek is a rare grassy woodland gem, located on Stewarts Road between the Surf Coast Highway and Horseshoe Bend Road.
With over 30% of Warralily buyers arriving from the Melbourne region and choosing Warralily as their preferred place to live, one has to consider, what is driving this trend and why Warralily.
Armstrong Creek is a sleeping giant. For many Geelong people, it has only very recently become apparent just how significant Geelong’s newest suburb will be. The economic benefits to the entire Geelong region are immense, not only to the construction industry but within the health, retail and commercial sectors… and more spending means economic growth in local businesses and importantly, more jobs for Geelong.
Open space is really important to us at Warralily. Along with the beautiful areas around Armstrong Creek and our 30km of hike and bike paths, one of the reasons you might be thinking of moving here is to spend some quality time at the beach with the kids. If yours aren’t keen on getting in the water, there are still so many other ways you can enjoy time on the sand: