Armstrong Creek is an evolving masterplanned community located directly between Geelong and Barwon Heads. Its vision to become a vibrant, liveable and sustainable community is underpinned by the delivery of major infrastructure and services that include schools, aged care, a community centre and a swim school, all of which are in various stages of planning and development.
The Village, Warralily serves as a reimagined Main Street that sits at the heart of this growing community. It is the first piece of the puzzle to achieving the wider community vision. Anchored by a Woolworths supermarket, it also features a variety of retail tenancies, cafés, offices, a gym, pharmacy, parents room and medical centre.
The Village is made up of three intersecting buildings with a town square at their centre. This dynamic configuration promotes activity in and around the central public space as people walk between the buildings to access various services and retailers.
The town square is designed to be a vibrant place for people to meet, relax and dine. It incorporates green perennial planting including large street trees, with plenty of street furniture, feature lighting and sculptures created by local artists.