All blocks will be a short walk to the future Molonglo Leisure Centre, and other local facilities which will support an active and diverse lifestyle within this community.
Build your dream home now and enjoy access to existing playgrounds, natural open space areas, cycle and pedestrian networks connecting Wright, Coombs and the Molonglo River Corridor, the p-6 Charles Weston School and public transport routes.
There are a handful of limited opportunities available to purchase in Wright, all will be a convenient 5-12 minute walk to future local parks and playgrounds and two local schools where construction is scheduled to commence from 2020.
This is your unique opportunity to live in close proximity to two of Canberra's newest major recreation facilities. The world-class Stromlo Forest Park contains over 40 kilometres of mountain bike trails, cycling, equestrian and running facilities, while the brand new future Molonglo Leisure Centre will feature a 50-metre pool, a splash park and gym, and is scheduled to open in 2020. Join the growing Molonglo Valley community of over 5,000 residents and enjoy sweeping views of surrounding landscapes and a the nearby Molonglo River Corridor, all just a 15 minute drive to Canberra's CBD, Woden and Belconnen.
The Suburban Land Agency Delivering Great Places Where Communities Thrive Wright in the growing Molonglo Valley region is a community being delivered by the Suburban Land Agency on behalf of the ACT Government. We are proud to call this city home and are passionate about encouraging and promoting inclusive communities through the delivery of people-focused neighbourhoods. The Suburban Land Agency is delivering new communities across Canberra, find out about other land sales and communities by visitingwww.suburbanland.act.gov.au.
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