Registrations have opened for the first release of the Ginninderry project in the new ACT suburb of Strathnairn with over 100 blocks of land, architect-designed flexi-living homes, and house-and-land packages going on sale.

The Ginninderry project is a joint venture between Riverview Developments and the ACT Government; the first release of Stage 1 of the project will feature 57 blocks of land, 17 flexi-living homes and a range of house-and-land packages.

As ACT’s first 6-star Green Star development, Ginninderry is strongly focussed on sustainability with the first stage to include mandatory requirements for home energy systems such as solar panels, electrical household appliances and demand management systems to significantly reduce ongoing energy bills while ensuring comfortable houses.

A highlight of the Ginninderry project is The Link, a multipurpose community centre designed by Canberra architect Collard Clarke Jackson Architects. Made from a significant proportion of recycled content, including recycled brickwork, reclaimed timber, and recycled content steel and concrete, it represents the first example of the development’s commitment to sustainability and the environment.

The new suburb of Strathnairn will be the first in the master planned community of Ginninderry that will evolve over the next 30 years. Ginninderry will consist of four suburbs – three in the ACT and one in New South Wales (subject to rezoning approval), with the first of these being Strathnairn and Macnamara.

The Ginninderry development has the potential to deliver up to 11,500 new homes accommodating about 30,000 people, and will set a new benchmark in liveability by building a community that provides diverse, affordable and inclusive places to live, work and play.