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Community Precinct In Melbourne’s North Continues To Grow

The team behind Northpoint Enterprise Park has long been committed to building a Premium Business Park that includes a complimentary range of commercial and industrial businesses. In addition, this team has developed a vibrant, facility focused community precinct that will serve both local business and residents.

Due to its central location within the region, the Northern Hospital had been located just a couple of kilometres along Cooper Street. This prime location has equally made Northpoint an ideal position for a number of other community relates services. Unquestionably a great draw-card is the ease of access, due to the Park running alongside the major arterial roads of Hume Freeway and Cooper Street. This allows people both locally and further afield to easily reach the businesses within the Park.

The first development to occupy this now thriving community precinct was the Epping Medical Centre. As a custom built, state of art medical building, the Centre covers 3 floors and brings together a complete range of medical, health and wellness services for local residents and businesses operating in Melbourne’s north. It was recently announced that this building will soon also house 4 operating theatres and a 30 bed Day Procedure Centre. There is then a $250 million Private Hospital development, of up to 360 beds, to be built on the land further along Willandra Drive, adjoining the Epping Medical Centre.

Across Willandra Drive on Cooper Street, the Mantra Group will be building a new hotel. This $70 million hotel development will house a 214-room hotel, featuring both hotel rooms and apartments, a café/restaurant, brewhouse, conference and meeting facilities, gymnasium, and an open car park containing 143 marked bays and secure bicycle storage.

Further along Willandra Drive Eclipse Child Care has built a brand new childcare centre and near that Heritage Care is set to open their $32 million aged care home in March 2018. To be known as Epping Gardens, this aged care home will offer state-of-the-art residential aged care services for seniors.

Creating 400 Jobs In Melbourne’s North

Construction on Mantra Epping, a new $70 million hotel development in one of Melbourne”s fastest growing areas, is now underway following the sod-turning ceremony on the 3 November 2017.

Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll and Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism and Major Events Danielle Green today helped turn the first sod on the new Mantra Epping Hotel which will create more than 400 new jobs.

“Mantra Epping Hotel will be a state-of-the-art development, supporting jobs and tourism in a growing part of our city.

This is a welcome jobs boost for a community impacted by the recent closure of car manufacturing” 
said Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll.

Developed by Too Build and to be operated by Mantra Group when it opens in mid-2019, the 214-room, four-star hotel has been designed to capitalise on both the history of the northern suburbs and the unique attributes of Epping today.

Too Build Managing Director Ian Wilson said there would be 300 jobs during construction and 120 ongoing jobs at the hotel.

Occupying a prime corner position at 250 Cooper Street within the prestigious Northpoint Enterprise Park at Epping, Melbourne”s fastest growing expansion corridor just 18km north of the CBD, the two-wing hotel has been designed by leading architect Peddle Thorp and Bruce Henderson Interiors.

One of Australia”s largest construction companies, Hacer Group, has been engaged to complete the project build.

Mantra Group Chief Executive Officer Bob East said the Group is thrilled to partner with Too Build, a developer who is in total alignment with Mantra”s commitment to quality.

The 214-room hotel will feature a café and restaurant, bespoke brewhouse, conference and meeting facilities, gymnasium, as well as an open car park with 143 marked bays and secure bicycle storage.

“This new development will be a prime tourism destination in Melbourne’s north and contribute significantly to the region’s growing visitor economy. said Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism and Major Events Danielle Green.

Article excerpts from the Premier of Victoria’s Press Release and article by hospitalitynet

Bayford Ford in Epping – Watch Their Video

Bayford Ford is located within Northpoint Enterprise Park at 356 Cooper St, Epping.

It is great to see this video of the beautiful, modern, and functional building they have created in this prime Epping location, across the road from the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Market.

Mantra Aquire New-Build Hotel In Melbourne’s Booming North

The Northpoint Enterprise Park team has long been committed to utilising the highly visible land on the corner of Cooper Street and Willandra Drive, directly opposite the Epping Medical Centre, as the site for a high-quality hotel. We are now pleased to welcome the Mantra Group who will operate a new-build hotel in this prime location. Once it is operational this hotel will further enhance the high-quality business facilities available to business that are located within Northpoint Enterprise Park.

Follow is the article written about this new hotel, the original article can be viewed here.


One of Greater Melbourne’s fastest growing areas will benefit from a $70 million hotel development that will service the rapid increase of activity in Melbourne’s booming northern suburbs.

Epping will be the site of the 214-room hotel that is being designed to capitalise on both the history of the northern suburbs and the unique attributes of Epping today.

Located right near Melbourne’s new wholesale fruit, vegetable and cut flower market and The Northern Hospital, construction is due to start in the latter part of 2017 with opening scheduled for mid-2019.

The hotel is being developed by Too Build and will be operated by Mantra Group.

Operating as Mantra Epping Hotel, it will feature both hotel rooms and apartments, a café/restaurant, brewhouse, conference and meeting facilities, gymnasium, and an open car park containing 143 marked bays and secure bicycle storage.

Occupying a prime corner position at 250 Cooper Street within the prestigious Northpoint Enterprise Park at Epping, Melbourne’s fastest growing expansion corridor just 18km north of the CBD, the four-star, two-wing hotel has been designed by leading architect Peddle Thorp and Bruce Henderson Interiors.

One of Australia’s largest construction companies, Hacer Group, has been engaged to complete the project build, creating an expected 300 construction jobs.

Mantra Group Chief Executive Officer Bob East said the Group is thrilled to operate this new-build hotel under a hotel management agreement.

“This acquisition comes at an opportune time in the Australian hotel market, with hotels in Melbourne and surrounds experiencing a substantial uplift in demand in recent years,” said Mr East.

“This strong performance is set to continue with further domestic and international visitation uplift forecasted for the greater Melbourne market.

“Mantra Epping Hotel will complement our extensive Melbourne portfolio and reaffirms our strategy of securing desirable new properties in Australian capital city metropolitan markets.

“With its strong and varied accommodation demand drivers, we’re confident this hotel will provide a market-leading hotel offering, well positioned to become the region’s premier corporate, meetings and leisure hotel.”

Too Build Chief Executive Officer Ian Wilson said the project is perfectly timed to accommodate the next stage of growth for Epping.

“What’s exciting to me is to create something I know the local community – traders and residents alike – will really want to spend time in whether they have guests staying at the hotel or not.  Mantra Epping Hotel will become a proud part of the local community and a favourite meeting spot,” said Mr Wilson.

“Mantra Epping Hotel is surrounded by an array of retail shops, showrooms, business and industrial premises, plus The Northern Hospital and the newly relocated Melbourne Market are both situated nearby, which will all provide important business opportunities for the property.”

Epping is located within the City of Whittlesea, one of the largest municipalities in metropolitan Melbourne covering an area of approximately 489 square kilometres.

Heritage Care Aged Care Development Well Underway

Heritage Care‘s beautifully designed Aged Care development, Epping Gardens, is located on Willandra Drive, Epping. The development has been designed by Point Health Architects and built by APM Group (Aust) Pty Ltd. McMullin Property is the developer and is working closely with Heritage Care from inception to completion. Despite the winter months, work on the building site has continued to progress well and is expected to be completed around February 2018.

Epping Gardens by Heritage Care will create an important component of the community focused precinct within the business park Northpoint Enterprise Park. Epping Gardens joins the existing community focused facilities that include the Epping Medical Centre and Eclipse Child Care Centre. Further developing the facilities in this part of Melbourne’s thriving North will on be an International Hotel that is due to commence development shortly, and will become part of the Mantra Group.

Epping Gardens Overhead Image of the Property Under Development

Heritage Cares Epping Gardens Development

Heritage Cares Epping Gardens Aged Care

Heritage Cares Epping Gardens Aged Care

Northpoint In Perpective

The team behind Northpoint Enterprise Park, McMullin Property, have recently launched, and in record time, sold, the land adjoining Northpoint Enterprise Park, known as ConnectNorth.

ConnectNorth will become a complimentary Business Park to Northpoint, essentially extending the high-quality commercial and industrial precinct that has been steadily developing over the last 10 years in Melbourne’s Northern suburb Epping.

The great news for the businesses that already call Northpoint Enterprise Park home, is that the road network through to O’Hearns Road will continue to be developed, in a timely manner, under the same professional and efficient team that has developed the current Business Park. This extended road network with open up and improve access to O’Herns and further improve the flow of traffic throughout the Business Estate. This development will also increase the volume of high-quality companies that operate within this region which will, in turn, improve the services available within the area. The flow on effect for businesses should also be to improve access to quality employees who are attracted to working within a thriving business precinct.

Edgars Road Extension – Open To Traffic

The last piece of the jigsaw within Northpoint Enterprise Park’s road network is in place and opened to the public on 23 June 2017.

This network of roads includes a further part of the Edgars Road extension which initially includes only the Western carriageway.  In the future, the Eastern carriageway will also be built, at a time to be determined by VicRoads, at which point the road will be divided with 2 lanes, and then ultimately 3 lanes in each direction.

The signals at the corner of Edgars Rd and Taryn Dve, next to Bunnings, have been turned on as the intersection is now fully functional. There is a further set of lights installed on the corner of Edgars Road and Willandra Dve intersection but these will not become operational until Edgars Rd extends into the next estate to the North to meet up with O’Herns Rd.

Within this area, there is also extensive landscape works currently being undertaken, largely in and around the wetlands, extending alongside Edgars Road.

Budget Wins For City Of Whittlesea

The City of Whittlesea has one of Australia’s fastest growing populations. Fortunately they also have a pro-active Council who are big-picture focused, with a view to backing the ongoing growth and development of local facilities to suitably support their growing population.

Many of the large projects that have been identified as being needed within the City of Whittlesea, such as main roads and public transport improvements, aren’t Council’s responsibility. But just because they can’t directly build them, doesn’t mean they can’t have a say. They  focus significant efforts into lobbying the Victorian and Federal governments, on behalf of the City of Whittlesea’s residents and businesses, for the important projects the City needs.

Each year before both governments release their annual budgets, the City of Whittlesea submits their wishlist of projects that they believe need to be funded.

This year the City of Whittlesea has had some wins for their community.

Victorian Budget

• Yan Yean Road duplication: $125 million for the duplication of Yan Yean Road in Plenty and $96.6 million for the stage 2 upgrade to the Yan Yean Road in Yarrambat

• $162.7 million to upgrade and expand inpatient infrastructure at the Northern Hospital

• Edgars Creek Primary School (land) funded as part of $70 million investment to purchase 11 sites across the state

• $13.8 million for the construction of Yarrambat Park Primary Proposed P-6

• $2 million for the installation of traffic lights at Plenty Road/Macmeikan Street/Laurel Street/Wallan Road

There was also funding for some ongoing projects:

• $600 million for the Mernda rail extension project

• $11 million for Mernda stabling and Broadmeadows government land purchase

• $15 million for the Mernda Police Station

• $2 billion in Community safety funding for Victoria Police – including 45 new Police Officers for the Whittlesea area

• $77.7 million for the O’Herns Road upgrade

• Funding for stage 1 and stage 2 upgrades to Plenty Road in Mill Park and South Morang

• $700 million over four years towards upgrades for the M80 Ring Road

• $100 million for the North East Link for planning and pre-construction activities

They continue to advocate for an Outer Suburban Arterial Roads Program to include Epping Road duplication, Bridge Inn Road duplication, Edgars Road extension, Findon Road, Childs Road duplication, Plenty Road duplication, Craigieburn Road East duplication.

Federal Budget

• O’Herns Road Interchange: The Federal and Victorian governments agreed to the $3 billion Victorian Infrastructure Package– which includes the construction of O’Herns Road Interchange.
This is of great benefit to the businesses within Northpoint Enterprise Park as it improves access to and from the Hume Freeway and to the Park and area in general

• Roads to Recovery: The Federal Government renewed its commitment of $4.4 billion from 2013-14 to 2020-21 for the construction, repair and upgrade of local roads – many are in the City of Whittlesea.

How Melbourne’s North is Growing – Take A Look At This Great Birds Eye View

The City of Whittlesea’s rapid growth comes from the 8,000 new residents that move into the area each year plus there are approximately 63 babies born within the Municipality each week. The current population is approximately 202,730 residents and this is expected to reach 333,700 by 2036 representing an increase of 64.5% over the next
20 years.

Northpoint Enterprise Park is located in the heart of this expansion, with prime access to the Hume Freeway, Cooper Street and many of the key businesses establishing themselves in this vibrant and growing region of Melbourne.

These recent aerial images of Northpoint Enterprise Park and it’s surrounds highlights not just the great growth within Northpoint Enterprise Park, but also the region in general.

There are only 3 blocks remaining for sale within Northpoint Enterprise Park. If you are interested in finding out more contact John Purdey, Development Director on 0418 320 394 oe email



O’Herns Road Will Benefits From $3 Billion Infrastructure Boost Announced by Government

Our Northpoint Enterprise Park and McMullin Property team regularly advocate for continued improvement of infrastructure surrounding the Business Park to support and assist the rapidly expanding business community that chooses to call Northpoint Enterprise Park home. Recently Cooper Street has seen a significant upgrade and the infrastructure package announced by the Prime Minister today includes an exciting upgrade to O’Herns Road that includes a Diamond Interchange with the Hume Freeway.


The full announcement by the Prime Minister today:

The Australian and Victorian Governments today struck agreement on a $3 billion Victorian Infrastructure Package that will unlock critical funding for more than 40 key road and rail projects across the state.

Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull said this multi-billion dollar package will improve access to our road networks, jobs and economic hubs.

“I am pleased the Victorian Government has matched our funding of $1.5 billion to deliver vital upgrades to 40 road projects across the State,” Mr Turnbull said.

“These projects will drive investment and innovation, improve freight efficiency, and business productivity.

“We are investing and building for our future by reducing congestion as our population increases – this includes $1 billion upgrade to the Monash Freeway to ease traffic congestion.

Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Darren Chester said commuters will experience the benefits in the long term with efficiencies – allowing people to do business or get to work quicker.

“We will be delivering Monash Freeway upgrades, M80 Ring Road upgrades, Murray Basin Freight Rail Project, an Urban Congestion Package, and a Rural and Regional Roads package,” Mr Chester said.

“Following our commitment to invest in an Urban Congestion package the O’Herns Road Interchange project has been included.

“The Australian and Victorian governments have also agreed to develop a comprehensive business case for the Monash Freeway upgrade to investigate and consider options to reduce congestion.  This will be oversighted by a joint Australian and Victorian government steering committee.

“We are proud to be delivering the roads that Victorians have been waiting for and we are confident they will reap the benefits.”

The Australian Government has committed $1.5 billion, the Victorian Government has committed $1.5 billion.

See complete press release here 

Aged Care Has Arrived At Northpoint

breakingground-ceremony-300-400On the 9 November 2016, the McMullin Property team, in partnership with Heritage Care hosted a Ground Breaking Ceremony for an exciting new development that is starting within Northpoint Enterprise Park: Epping Gardens Aged Care.

Located in Willandra Drive Epping, Epping Gardens is a 148 bed aged care development to be owned and operated by Heritage Care.

This development further enhances Northpoint Enterprise Park’s Health and Community Precinct, which already incorporates the Epping Medical Centre and Eclipse Child Care Centre, who are both close neighbours to the aged care project. The bustling Northern Hospital is also just a stone’s throw away from this exciting new Development.

The Ground Breaking Ceremony was well attended by local industry stakeholders and the wider health care community, all eager to see what Heritage Care has in store for the Development and the needs of the local elderly community. Heritage Care Executive Chairman George Gabriel was on hand to take part in the Ceremony, and had this to say of the momentous occasion;

“The location of Epping Gardens is not an accident. Firstly, we have deliberately selected Epping due to its high population growth outlook. Secondly, we have deliberately selected Willandra Drive Epping because of its strategic location within a medical care precinct – close to both Northern Hospital and Tristar Medical Group, plus the added benefit of a nearby child care centre.
The synergies and potential benefits are substantial as Epping Gardens works with local community service providers.”

George went on to talk about the need for aged care services for our increasingly ageing population;

“The challenge is that longer life expectancy is bringing increased demand for health care services in old age. Over the next 40 years, it is estimated that there will be approx 2 million Australians over 85 years old, compared to less than 500 thousand today.

This ageing population is driving demand for residential aged care and is leading to an expected shortfall of 70,000 residential aged care places by 2022.”

After further comments by McMullin Property Executive Director Trevor Gorman, Councillor Mary Lalios had the honour of ‘turning the first sod’, and in doing so marking the Developments official commencement.

How the project impacts on the local community

The project is expected to be complete by mid-2018. In addition to providing care to 148 elderly citizens from the Shire of Whittlesea and surrounds, the project will provide a huge boost to local employment with in excess of 350 workers to be employed on & off site during Construction. Once construction is complete and Epping Gardens opens it doors, there will be a further 200 full time jobs created to run the home.

From L to R: Trevor Gorman, Executive Director, McMullin Property; Cr Mary Lalios, City of Whittlesea; George Gabriel, Executive Chairman, Heritage Care

From L to R: Trevor Gorman, Executive Director McMullin Property; Cr Mary Lalios, The City of Whittlesea; George Gabriel, Executive Chairman, Heritage Care

From L to R: Ian McMullin, Managing Director, McMullin Property; Peter McMullin, Chairman, McMullin Group; John Purdey, Development Director, McMullin Property; Murray Ness, City of Whiitlesea, Steve O’Brien, City of Whittlesea; Matt Benson, General Manager, McMullin Property

Construction has commenced on Epping Gardens Aged Care


Helping Businesses Lower Their Carbon Footprint

Northpoint Enterprise Park has long been considered at the forefront of offering professional, progressive investment for businesses that invest within their Estate. This includes:

  • High quality Industry and Business environment that is the result of a comprehensively master-planned vision, including extensive wetlands and open-spaces, with wide tree lined streets and boulevards
  • Easy accessibility for customers, suppliers and their own distribution networks via Cooper Street, now a 6 Lane major arterial road, as well as immediate proximity to the Hume Freeway and Edgars Road
  • Location and proximity to key businesses and amenities within the area including the Melbourne Wholesale Fruit Vegetable and Flower Market, The Northern Hospital and Epping Plaza Shopping Centre

Also key to the strength and reflective of their progressive thinking and forethought of planning for Northpoint Enterprise Park is their offering of Natural Gas as a clean and efficient energy source to it’s businesses.

The attraction of offering natural gas is that it is widely considered the best energy choice for business because it is instant, clean and infinitely controllable. It is also safe, efficient, reliable and convenient to use. For a multi-purpose Business Park such as Northpoint Enterprise Park the flexibility of natural gas is appealing, as regardless whether it is for an office or factory heating, gas cooling, power generation, boiler, hot water and commercial kitchens to a variety of manufacturing applications, there is a natural gas appliance that suits all of these business energy needs.

Some other positive potential business benefits include:

  • Natural gas delivers consistent low running costs
  • As a lower carbon emission fuel, choosing natural gas instead of other fossil fuels may help a business lower its carbon footprint
  • Natural gas is reliable, as unplanned supply interruptions are rare. The natural gas distribution networks allow flexibility in managing short term load fluctuations
  • Natural gas is convenient.  Unlike gas stored on-site, it’s always there when you need it and there is no concern about running out of fuel, or arranging deliveries
  • Costs are predictable as unlike other energy sources, the unit price of natural gas is not impacted by sharp price fluctuations, allowing you greater control over the cost to your business

Committed to working with network professionals for each stage of our development, offering natural gas to all land holders is no exception. For connection or technical guidance and advice, we deal with APA Group – Operator of Australian Gas Networks. The Victorian Industrial & Commercial Representative, Networks Commercial is Scott Hardy who can be contracted on 03 9463 8397 or 0438 076 246.

Melbourne industrial market driving construction-ready demand

More than 145,000 square metres of speculative industrial development greater than 5000 sqm is underway across Melbourne’s industrial markets, according to Savills.

Savills’ Victorian research manager, Monica Mondkar, said another 400,000 plus square metres is in the planning stages and likely to be driven by pre-commitment activity.

“An additional of 93,715 square metres of warehousing space was currently in early planning stages in the north, and another 318,973 square metres – all at Melbourne Airport Business Park precinct – in the north, however the majority was expected to commence construction based on pre-commitment activity,” she said.

“The figures include 27,000 square metres of speculative construction scheduled for completion within next 12 months in Melbourne’s western region, 58,485 square metres in the northern region and more than 60,000 square metres in the south-east.

“The figures did not include the conceivably greater number of projects under 5000 square metres and are a modest estimate based on planning applications for industrial development including warehouses, distribution centres and cold storage facilities.

“Some 871,836 square metres of industrial space was reported leased in the 12 months to March in Victoria – up a healthy 36 percent on the five year average figure of 641,328 square metres – with pre-commitments accounting for a significant 309,691 square metres.”

Savills’ Industrial Director, Michael Green said the demand and the relative scarcity of development sites was putting upwards pressure on values for smaller allotments with prices on some estates in the north and south-east at $300 plus a square metre.

“Demand for lots in the northern region had left only eight lots available at McMullin Group’s Northpoint Enterprise Park,” he said.

“Genesis Developments had sold out a speculative 11 unit development and was now in the process of building another high-end speculative 20 unit development next door on the back of those sales, while at MAB’s Alliance Business Park nearby, six lots were sold or under offer in the last stage of that development.

“In the south-east a private Melbourne based developer has purchased the last three vacant parcels of industrial land totaling 7000 square metres at Hallam Central Business Park for just over $2 million with plans for speculative development, while in the west 13 development sites totaling 12.8 hectares at Goodman’s Westside Industrial Estate, also earmarked for speculative development, sold for more than $20 million over just four weeks in January and February.”

Article from Property Observer, 8 June 2016

Childcare Now Available Within Northpoint

Eclipse Early Education Epping is a new, custom built child care centre located with the vibrant Northpoint Enterprise Park. This immaculate new centre offers 94 places, with convenient  opening hours for working parents of 6.30am until 6.30pm Monday to Friday, only closing on public holidays.

With a strong focus on enquiry and learning, the Eclipse Early Education Epping provides age appropriate educational programs for children aged from 6 weeks to 6 years. The nurturing environment is light, modern and spacious with a focus on the use of natural materials. The environment is purposely designed to foster a feeling of calm and a sense of belonging by all members of the Eclipse community.

Included daily for the children are delicious, wholesome meals, catering to varying dietary requirements, cooked with love onsite by their passionate and dedicated chef.

Centre tours and visits by potential families are encouraged, so parents can feel assured about the high quality of the facilities and the caring and nurturing nature of the educators.


About Eclipse Early Education Epping

  • 94 place child care centre
  • Open Monday – Friday, 6.30am – 6.30pm
  • Caters to children from 6 weeks to 6 years
  • Open year around, excluding public holidays
  • Delicious healthy meals prepared daily by a qualified chef

Contact Eclipse Early Education Epping


Construction Starts on Stage 4B at Northpoint Enterprise Park

The McMullin Property team has kept the ball rolling on development at Northpoint Enterprise Park, with the Civil Works for Stage 4B NOW UNDERWAY.

Stage 4B is the final Stage within Northpoint Enterprise Park. The area consists of 16 Lots covering some 58,931 sqm. The Lots are a mixture of Commercial and Industrial Land and all Lots are SOLD.

The Infrastructure works for this stage consist of;

  • 700 lineal meters of local roads,
  • A further 400m section of Edgars Road
  • Traffic signals at intersection of Edgars Road and Willandra Drive
  • A Culvert crossing of Edgars Creek (under Edgars Rd)
  • An extensive Wetland reserve and creek rehabilitation to Edgars Creek

It is anticipated that the works will take approximately 7 months.

There remains a Limited number of Lots available for Purchase within Stage 4A and 5. To find out more visit Northpoint For Sale page or contact John Purdey on 0418 139 926, email



AMX Superstore opens its newest mega store within Northpoint Enterprise Park

Located on the busy Cooper Street, AMX Superstores has just launched its newest Mega Store. This site at 336 Cooper Street is the largest motorcycle accessory store within Victoria.

AMX chose the Epping location after identifying the area as a well-established but also rapidly growing part of Melbourne. The site had all the hallmarks of a key retail position worth investing in the development of such a mega retail development including:

  • High levels of business exposure to passing traffic
  • Ease of access
  • A large current local customer base
  • A growing local customer base
  • Access to a large, available, suitably skilled local work force

AMX Superstores like the opportunity this new store has to support their local community through the generation of local employment in the business. They have also created a hub for motorcycle riders to can come and browse through their impressive motorcycle accessory store and at the same time stop in for genuine parts at their neighbouring Evolution Yamaha.

“The greatest benefit for customers is the ease of access to all the best brands or motorcycling products at great prices . We are constantly updated and reducing prices across a range of products to help customers save, with discounts from 10 to 60% off quality brands. Are customers come because they know they will find what they need.” Says AMX Superstore’s Managing Director, Rod Hunter 

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Time lapse of Epping and Surrounds


As a major growth corridor through Melbourne’s Northern suburbs, Epping and its surrounding suburbs, in particular those adjoining the Hume Freeway and Cooper Street, have gone through ongoing growth and development.

Expansion has been equally buoyant in both commercial and residential developments within the area.

This time lapse aerial image of the area demonstrates the year by year changes between 2010 and 2016.

Comdain Infrastructure Develops a New Head Office

Another industry leader has joined the list of companies to call Northpoint Enterprise Park home. This leader in construction and maintenance services, Comdain Infrastructure has taken up the opportunity to extend their premises and develop a brand new head office within Stage 5 of Northpoint Enterprise Park, 40 Willandra Drive, Epping VIC 3076, adjacent to their existing location in Epping.

Comdain’s expertise is the delivery and management of construction and maintenance services, successfully delivering projects in urban and rural regions.

Comdain Infrastructure’s core capabilities include program and project management, construction delivery, risk management and mitigation, planning and scheduling operational activities, procurement management, various contracting models and cultural heritage and indigenous liaison.

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Eclipse Early Education Epping to open its doors at Northpoint

Eclipse Early Education has a brand new, purpose built childcare centre within the quickly progressing Stage 5 of Northpoint Enterprise Park at 6 Viewbank Court, Epping. Open from 6:30am to 6:30pm every day of the year except public holidays, the Centre has five educational rooms catering for children from six weeks to six years of age.

As leaders in childhood education, Eclipse Early Education stands by the philosophy of providing state of the art centres with nutritionally designed meals and leading educational programs. The Epping Centre boasts a fully funded kindergarten program, a natural sustainable environment and a chef who prepares nutritious meals onsite every day to be enjoyed by the children in a dining room with their friends and siblings.

Director Simone Timos has worked in childcare for 16 years, and said the aim is to make the children’s experience at the centre both educational and fun.

“Our professional, friendly staff endeavour to develop strong relationships and bonds with the children and families in their care to develop and maintain a positive partnership with the community.” Ms Timos said.

The Centre is owned and developed by the Folkestone Education Trust (ASX: FET), the largest Australian property trust investing in early learning properties within Australia and New Zealand.

With construction recently completed, after commencing in January, the centre will be open for business in December 2015.

For more information visit

Contact Eclipse Early Education Epping

Email –

Call – 1300 762 911

Bunnings Store on Cooper St Epping Opens for Trade

Northpoint Enterprise Park is excited to welcome Bunnings to their new Cooper Street home. Bunnings will be lighting up the sky around Epping at 8.30pm on Friday 23 October with some spectacular fireworks to mark the occasion. In store over the weekend there will also be loads of activities and fun for all the family.

310 Cooper St
Epping VIC 3076
Ph: 03 8401 7800

Trading Hours
Monday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Tuesday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Wednesday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Thursday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Friday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Saturday 7:00AM – 7:00PM
Sunday 7:00AM – 6:00PM