Welcome to Macarthur Heights

Situated adjacent to the grounds of the University of Western Sydney, this exclusively located community is everything you’ve been waiting for. It’s a place with energy, a fresh feel and an upbeat perspective, where you can connect with convenience, playtime and open spaces.

At Macarthur Heights, nothing is ever too far away.

  • Surrounded by 42 hectares of beautiful green parklands
  • Walking distance to Macarthur Train Station and Macarthur Square Shopping Centre
  • Easy access to M5 motorway
  • Close to The Australian Botanic Garden
  • Spectacular views of Campbelltown 

New Land Now Selling

At Macarthur Heights, nothing is ever too far away. Live within walking distance of Macarthur Train Station, Macarthur Square Shopping Centre and enjoy access to the M5 motorway and Narellan Road. This exclusive new community located next to Western Sydney University, where you can connect with convenience, playtime and open spaces.

  • Land priced from $460,000 - $590,000*
  • Lots sized from 434.2m² to 655.2m²
  • Exchange of Contracts is to occur within 28 days from the date of reservation.

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For more information:

Visit our Macarthur Heights Sales Centre
Corner of University Drive and Milky Way, Campbelltown.
Open 7 days, 10am-5pm
Phone: (02) 9391 2983

*Prices correct at 04/12/17. See Contract for Sale of Land. Landcom reserves the right to vary prices or withdraw any lot from sale.

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Project information

Read the information below to find out more about the planning and development aspects of the project.

About the Macarthur Heights project

 Macarthur About3Landcom has entered into a project delivery agreement with Western Sydney University (WSU) to deliver over 900 new home sites, infrastructure and parklands at Macarthur Heights in the Campbelltown City Council area.

The project will create a new, vibrant urban community for the Macarthur region, offering residents a chance to learn, work and play close to where they live. Macarthur Heights completes another part of the Macarthur regional centre and demonstrates best practice transport orientated development.

The project will foster strong connections between the university, Campbelltown TAFE, Macarthur Square, and Macarthur Station, and will deliver a key linkage for the Macarthur Regional Recreation Trail to The Australian Botanic Gardens and beyond to Camden. This is a premium estate in the Southwest market, and has created a desirable proposition for the local area.

Key project outcomes

At Macarthur Heights we will:

  • offer a range of housing lots in a premium estate, with very high levels of public amenity and industry leading sustainable water initiatives
  • provide high quality housing that will set a benchmark for development in the wider Campbelltown area
  • regenerate riparian corridors that integrate the functions of drainage and the preservation of flora and fauna
  • leverage the topography of the site in capturing regional views from house sites and public open spaces
  • celebrate and improve links to Macarthur railway station, Macarthur Square, the WSU campus, the Campbelltown TAFE and The Australian Botanic Gardens.

Current status

Since the first sales release in September 2014, the Stage 1 subdivision works have been completed and all lots sold.

These works included the completion of main lead-in services as well as the reconstruction of Goldsmith Avenue. This road has been transformed into a contemporary tree lined boulevard and has also provided a new second entry for WSU on Gilchrist Drive.

Lots in Stages 2 and 3 have been released and sold, with construction works on these lots scheduled for completion during 2016. New lots from Stage 4 are now being released with construction works scheduled to begin in mid-2016.

Timeline

2016

2016

  • Ongoing construction of Stage 2 (111 lots) and Stage 3 (57 lots), programmed for completion during 2016
  • Commencement of Stage 4 construction from mid-2016

2015

2015

  • Completion of open space areas, public art installations and iconic observatories
  • Construction of Main Ridge Park, including public art installations, playground, picnic facilities, turf area and viewing platforms
  • Relocation of the astronomical observatories and upgrade of University Park for use by the local community
  • Completion of main lead-in infrastructure on reconstructed Goldsmith Avenue and Stage 1 (240 lots)

2014

2014

  • Project launched in August