Hamlyn Heights 


Hamlyn Heights, Geelong (also known as the Hamlyn Precinct) is a well-known suburb in the heart of Geelong, Victoria area. With 2,000 residents, it’s among the city’s most populated suburbs. Home to popular landmarks like Brown’s Hill Lookout, Hamlyn Heights has plenty to see and do

Hamlyn Heights is a neighbourhood in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. It lies adjacent to Corio Bay on Portarlington Road’s eastern boundary. Hamlyn Heights is mostly residential, although there is a small amount of commercial activity in the area. Hamlyn Heights has a mix of housing types, including public housing estates.

Hamlyn Heights, Geelong has a range of 3 bedroom and 2 bedroom houses available, offering comfortable, affordable and low maintenance living options close to public transport and schools. These well presented garden homes offer modern kitchens with timber floors and stainless steel appliances, private yards with attractive landscaped gardens and north facing living areas.

Hamlyn Heights is a suburb located in the Geelong area of Victoria, Australia. For more than a century, Hamlyn Heights has been home to the Riversdale and Hamlyn Heights Primary Schools. The suburb is also the location of the 2011 Geelong bushfires, which destroyed a number of buildings in the area.

HAMLYN Heights is a suburb 15 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. It was developed in 1925 as a residential suburb, and most of the homes were built in the 1940s and 1950s. The suburb was named after a Victorian aristocrat, James Hamlyn, who spent time as a judge and diplomat in New Zealand.

Hamlyn Heights is a popular suburb in the Geelong region of Victoria. It’s located just 28 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, and less than 10 kilometres from the Geelong CBD. Hamlyn Heights is primarily a residential area, with around 2,700 people living in the suburb’s 1,700 dwellings. Hamlyn Heights is well-connected to the rest of Geelong, with a number of local amenities within easy reach. Hamlyn Heights is serviced by a number of local primary schools, as well as a number of well-regarded private schools, including St Margaret’s Anglican Girls’ School, Geelong Grammar, and Geelong College.

Hamlyn Heights is an historic estate in the suburb of Geelong, Australia. It was designed and built by architect William Ricketts in 1858, and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. Ricketts carried out much of the design work himself, and the estate remains as one of his few truly complete works. Hamlyn Heights is one of seven Ricketts-designed properties in Geelong, and is believed to be his finest.