Heritage Buildings Restoration

The Kinley of the future would not exist without the Lilydale Quarry of the past. Our estate won’t forget where it all started. We will restore and repurpose the site’s heritage buildings adding to Kinley’s character. The former Quarry’s owner, David Mitchell, was Dame Nellie Melba’s father, and famous in his own right having built many of Melbourne’s landmark buildings, including the World- Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building.

As Kinley develops, two beautiful brick buildings, part of the area’s history since the late 1800s, will be restored. A former dairy and bacon-curing factory, both heritage-listed buildings will eventually be transformed into Kinley’s new community hub – the Heritage Quarter. Future residents and visitors will browse seasonal market stalls, stop in for brunch or lunch, take a class or enjoy a community event.

Along with the brick buildings, silos, kilns connected with Kinley’s former life will also be preserved. These heritage-listed structures were used in the quarry’s operations.

Another sell out at Kinley

The pent-up demand in the Melbourne housing market was reflected when Kinley’s third tranche of housing lots was released in late March 2021. The Hilltop Release accessed via a first-in-first-served online booking system, 35 appointments were made in minutes and all 33 available lots sold out on the weekend of the release. Kinley is planned […]

Avant Townhomes – sold out! New release coming soon…

With the carefully considered architectural design and superior location benefits, it’s no surprise the first release of Avant Townhomes within Kinley has sold out. With such overwhelming demand, we are pleased to announce a new limited release of the Avant Townhomes will be available soon. Register here to be one of the first notified.

Retaining walls under construction at Kinley!

We are excited to watch Kinley’s impressive Hull Road entry statement get underway. The Kinley feature rock walls are being constructed using rocks sourced from the original David Mitchell Quarry. Rocks are sourced and sorted from within the overburden which was originally removed and is now being utilised to backfill the quarry. Utilising and maximising […]