A new approach to urban living
Around 3 kilometres west of Armadale’s city centre sits 1,580 hectares of semi-rural land in the suburbs of Hilbert and Haynes, known as Wungong Urban.
Wungong is set to become one of Australia's smartest, most innovative and most sustainable urban developments. As our vision for this unique redevelopment comes to life, the area will feature:
- New homes for around 40,000 people
- A new town centre with new primary and secondary schools
- Open space, parklands, Aboriginal heritage sites, sports and recreational facilities
- Environmentally sustainable urban design
Our redevelopment will protect the natural landscapes and waterways while bringing a vibrant new community to what has been a largely dormant corridor of the metropolitan area.
A stunning natural setting
The Wungong Urban project area has been carefully designed around the natural landscape and waterways, and will include 12km of living streams. Our redevelopment will introduce 19,000 new trees, with public spaces next to the streams for locals and visitors to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and views towards the Darling Hills.
Options for urban living
Wungong Urban will offer a range of housing with over 16,000 lots in a stunning natural setting. Families and workers will choose between smaller urban homes or larger properties, all within easy reach of Tonkin Highway and Armadale Road.
As part of the State Affordable Housing Strategy, the Department of Housing and Stockland have launched a joint venture housing development, known as Sienna
Woods. The new development has potential for 2,600 lots and a population of about 6,000 people, with 1 in 12 lots to be allocated for public housing.