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Community overview

  • Estate name: Trillium
  • Developer: Villawood Properties
  • Block sizes: from 161sqm to 648sqm (SOLD OUT)
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  • Local council area: Hume City Council
  • Total number of lots: 890
  • Distance from Melbourne CBD: 32km

Residents’ Club

  • Club Trillium is the community’s Residents’ Club and a signature feature of many Villawood Properties communities
  • The architecturally design club, designed by Hayball, is inspired by a 1950-60s Palm Springs resort-style
  • The Club is exclusive to residents only and saves residents in additional fees of joining local gyms and other related recreational spaces.
  • The Club includes a tennis court, 2 outdoor swimming pools (children's pool, 25m heated pool), gymnasium, venue room and courtyard

Open spaces and parklands

  • The name of the community, Trillium, has been inspired by the three existing Old River Red Gum Trees that have been protected
  • Each home at Trillium is surrounded by three beautifully designed parklands and within 350m of open space so residents always connected to the great outdoor
  • The streetscapes are designed to offer access through a network of walking and bicycle paths
  • A central parkland, completed late 2014 has been a popular destination for local families and includes:
    • A traffic school with two-lane mini roads, speed and stop signs, a roundabout and several pedestrian crossings
    • A sculptural stone maze
    • Playground area with a train and mini village, five circular trampolines, soccer field, basketball court and human sundial
    • Barbecue and picnic areas are available for the Trillium community to enjoy
  • The northern parkland that adjoins Club Trillium features additional children's play spaces, with a range of playground features to cater to a range of fun climbing, jumping and exploring activities as well as retaining three remnant Old River Red Gums
  • To be delivered soon is the southern parkland is a relaxing space with Old River Red Gum trees retained and walking tracks along with a conservation reserve interspersed with sculptural elements.


Community art

  • The estate features a range of artworks by the sculptor, Folko Kooper – a signature of all Villawood Properties communities
  • Trillium features sculptures of butterflies, giant cockatoos and leaves along with a beautiful sundial sculptural piece, much more to come also

Access to local infrastructure & community facilities

  • Trillium is just a two minute drive away from Mickleham Primary School and Hume Anglican Grammar
  • Five minute drive away from shopping centres, including Craigieburn Town Centre with supermarket, department stores, medical centre and more.
  • Childcare centre is located within the estate
  • Future connectivity of the region will be improved with immediate access to Highlands Shopping Centre via Grand Boulevard and Brookfield Boulevard
  • Craigieburn Park – the proposed $48.5 million regional community facility that features an aquatic and leisure centre, athletics facility, event space and parks, playgrounds and car parking – will be a 11min drive from Trillium

Transport access

  • Located only 40 minutes from Melbourne CBD with easy access to the Hume freeway via Mt Ridley Rd
  • Craigieburn Station is a short 10 minute drive from Trillium 
  • Multiple bus routes also service the area

Community connections

  • Trillium offers many opportunities for residents to interact and engage
  • Club Trillium offers residents a range of activities, including Zumba & Yoga classes and tennis lessons over summer
  • The precinct also includes a community garden, where residents grow vegetables and an onsite Men’s Shed. These are great community meeting places
  • In 2015, Trillium also hosted Villawood Properties’ highly successful Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal Charity Home Auction which raised $646,000
  • In 2016, Trillium once again hosted the 2016 Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal Charity Home Auction with a Henley home raising $663,000
  • In 2015, Trillium was awarded the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s (UDIA) Healthy Design Award. The community was commended by the judging panel for its efforts to building a healthy, active and connected community