Private School Site for Sale in Wollert, Victoria.

A prime 10-hectare parcel of land, strategically planned for the largest designated non-government school site in Melbourne, has been released for sale by Cedar Woods and AVJennings.  

Spanning across the well-established land communities of Lyndarum North by AVJennings and Mason Quarter by Cedar Woods, the school site offers a unique opportunity to pioneer educational excellence in a thriving environment, positioned in the rapidly expanding growth corridor of Wollert. 

By 2041, Wollert is projected to have a population of around 35,000 residents and an anticipated catchment of over 60,000 school-aged children, the potential impact of this development is significant. The projected success of the private school site complements recent data from the Australia Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), showing the increased need for additional schools in Melbourne's booming northern growth corridors - with nearby public school, Edgars Creek Secondary College, being Northern Melbourne’s fastest growing school in the state with enrolments increasing by 1041 per cent in the five years from 2018 to 2022.  

As part of their commitment to growing thriving communities, Cedar Woods’ Victorian state manager James Bovell said that the Wollert community has an acute need for the educational capacity this planned site will provide.

“At Cedar Woods, we are always striving to meet the needs of our growing communities. We have seen huge population growth in the Wollert area and the pressure this has created for parents looking for a local private school. We are confident that this development will be able to fill these demands as the site is one of the largest designated non-government school sites in Melbourne. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right buyer to shape the future of education while contributing to this vibrant and rapidly developing community," said Bovell.  

Located in the heart of Melbourne's burgeoning northern growth corridor, Wollert serves as a natural extension of Epping and has emerged as a vibrant community with a current population exceeding 25,000. Its strategic connectivity to the wider northern region of Melbourne positions the future school perfectly to draw students from a broad area. 

Adjacent to the future Major Town Centre, the school site offers easy access to essential amenities. Envisioned to feature supermarkets, department stores, specialty shops, entertainment venues, and dining options, this bustling precinct will also host a large community facility, potentially housing a library, indoor leisure centre, and kindergarten. 

The site also neighbours the proposed East Wollert Sports Reserve, a sprawling community facility slated to include multiple AFL ovals, netball courts, and cricket nets. Additionally, the site's proximity to the proposed Wollert Train Station, with a direct rail corridor extending from the South Morang Line at Lalor station through Epping to the Wollert Major Town Centre, will ensure convenient accessibility for future students, staff, and visitors alike.