The vision
Kinley: the final piece to complete the east

Welcome to Kinley: one of the most spectacular development opportunities ever seen in Melbourne. In the years to come, our team will guide the development of this magnificent location into a lively, attractive and well-serviced neighbourhood. A healthy, sustainable place; where the kids have room to run around, you have easy access to all the services you need, and where the streets feel friendly and safe. Kinley also benefits from a rich history – a heritage we plan to respect, preserve and celebrate. And the extraordinary levels of existing services, amenity and infrastructure in the area mean everything will be within easy reach from day one, even before all the elements of our own plan are implemented. Kinley truly completes Melbourne’s east. As the last major parcel of land this side of the CBD, we have an enormous responsibility to deliver a high-quality, authentic place – one that combines the essence of the area’s long-established character and amenity, and looks toward the future in its housing and urban design. Intrapac Property has a proven reputation for creating wonderful places – we’ve been developing communities for 30 years. All our effort and experience will go into making Kinley our best yet. Please join us as we create a new legacy for Lilydale, Melbourne and beyond.

Nestled amid long-established suburbs, services and amenities, the Kinley community is the last significant piece of undeveloped land in Melbourne’s east.

Kinley at a glance
  • Welcoming neighbourhoods
  • Diverse homes
  • Proposed train station* *Subject to government approval
  • Village centre
  • Reimagined heritage
  • 8 parks and 2 wetlands
Enjoy The View
View of the
Dandenong Ranges

Selected lots at Kinley will provide views of the beautiful Dandenong Ranges, home to the fern-filled Sherbrooke Forest, beautiful waterfalls and more.

Growing Community
The vision for Kinley’s thriving future

As Kinley grows – and its neighbourhoods develop – new amenities are planned including parks and a proposed village centre with shops, cafes and open space. These and other features are expected to open progressively as Kinley develops. Live among leafy streets, green parkland and a network of walking and cycling trails. Plans to restore and repurpose the site’s heritage buildings will add to Kinley’s character – and a train station is also proposed for this new community, subject to government approval.

Subject to Council and Government approval