Five Squared Property Group is proud to introduce Tulloh St., a brand new Strathtulloh neighbourhood.

At Tulloh St., 250 land lots of every size will accommodate a range of homes that reflect the lifestyles of the families who live here. Wide tree-lined streets, close to all the modern facilities and amenities at the thriving Cobblebank Village, encourage the community outdoors to develop a healthy, active lifestyle.

Proudly brought to you by Five Squared, a leading Melbourne property developer, specialising in creating places where families grow and lifestyles prosper. For over 60 years, our family has been progressing Melbourne’s residential landscape with a singular vision that everyone deserves the opportunity to own their part of the great Australian dream.

To find out more about Five Squared’s projects, including Bloom and the new Bloom at Clyde North, Katrandra Rise Doreen, and Sienna Mount Waverley, head to

Local benefits

Across safe and friendly streetscapes, children can walk or ride to school while your groceries, morning coffee, local doctor and community services are all within your immediate neighbourhood.


Choice is at a premium with a growing list of new places for learning, health and recreation building onto an established wealth of amenities that make the area an enviable lifestyle choice. Schools, colleges and places of higher education dot the local area making it a prized learning hub.


The thriving and established precinct of Melton offers all the privileges of city life close to home. Living in a highly connected location means you’ll spend less time in traffic and more time doing the things you love.

Future Investment

The area is recognised by both government and private industry as the second fastest growing municipality in Victoria. Millions in investment dedicated to a vast array of infrastructure projects will propel a rapidly evolving, urban destination just 40 minutes from Melbourne’s city centre.

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