Point Cook has often been compared to and referred to the ‘Brighton of the West’. The suburb by the bay. Newly built and master planned it has all the established amenity you expect in an established suburb.
Driving over the Westgate Bridge past Footscray, Yarraville and Laverton to the North and Kingsville and Altona to the South Point Cook Road Exit from the M1 Freeway brings you straight into Seabrook and quickly turns in Point Cook. Before master planned housing community Point Cook was home and still is albeit ona leeor scale to the RAAF Base Williams and the new train station (in Addition to Williams Landing Train Station) servicing Point Cook is Aircraft Train Station.
Point Cook has the luxury of not only having access to the Point Cook Marine Sanctuary and Point Cook Coastal Park for leisure and underpinned by RMIT University, Stockland Point Cook Shopping Centre, Alamanda K-9 College, and Emmanuel College Notre Dame Campus.
Point Cook the suburb has history, it has amenity and infrastructure, all the hard work has been done. You can’t help but kind of feel for the early residents who tolerated such an enormous amount of building and development, dust and traffic – although they have in return experienced high rates of capital growth. It is the kind of master planned suburb that if you had a young family and friends in the West you probably can’t help but think that you could rent or buy in the area and slide straight into life here.
Food and Beverage:
- Tom Roberts Parade
- The Brook
- Sanctuary Lakes Hotel
- Saltwater Reserve
- Point Cook Coastal Park
- Boardwalk Park
- Leapfrog Park
- Emmanuel College
- Seabrook Primary School
- RMIT Point Cook Campus
- The University of Melbourne; Deakin University and Victoria University Werribee Campus’
- Sanctuary Lakes
- Featherbrook Shopping Centre
- Main Street and Murnong Street
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