At Cedar Woods we strive to create quality homes, workplaces and communities that people are proud of. With award-winning projects in Western Australian, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia, we continue to place great importance on understanding our customers and their lifestyle, creating solutions to enrich their lives.
Established in 1987 and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1994, we have grown to become one of Australia’s leading property companies with a portfolio diversified by geography, price point and product type.
Cedar Woods understands and appreciates that purchasing a new property is a big decision, and we work with our customers every step of the way to create a solid foundation for their future. Because at Cedar Woods, we know we are developing tomorrow, today.
For more than 30 years Cedar Woods has worked hard to think ahead, evolving our designs to always respond to the changing world in which we live, creating meaningful places that inspire connection and help us grow. It’s an approach grounded in understanding our customers and designing solutions that enrich their lives. From green, crafted parklands that connect us with our environment, to carefully considered designs that simplify day to day living.
In fact, everything we do from creating new homes to launching and nurturing new communities where people live, work and play, is really about improving the lives of our customers, giving them a solid and inspiring foundation, now and into the future. Because at Cedar Woods, we know we are developing tomorrow, today.
One of Cedar Woods’ primary objectives is to create value for shareholders through the delivery of consistent growth in company earnings.
In progress and coming soon
TriCare has commenced construction on its first Victorian residential aged care facility in Williams Landing, ensuring elderly residents living in Melbourne’s western suburbs will have access to premium care.
Construction has commenced on the fourth apartment development by ASX-listed property developer Cedar Woods at its Williams Landing masterplanned community in Melbourne’s west.
This month the federal budget announced the age to make an extra superannuation contribution up to the value of $300,000 after selling their family house would be lowered from 65 to 60.