East Werribee is a project of state significance and will be the biggest development to take place in greater Melbourne.

The East Werribee Employment Precinct has operated as an important state research and technology precinct for over 100 years and features world-class research, medical and educational organisations.

775 hectares of predominantly greenfield Victorian State Government land is being released for mixed-use city development, to build upon its strength as a specialised technology cluster and grow Werribee as the Capital of Melbourne’s New West.

This development will be a magnet for large-scale public and private investments delivering over 58,000 jobs over a wide range of sectors.

A central lake surrounded by waterways and parklands will provide a scenic focal point for a vibrant new town centre precinct in East Werribee. The town centre will be surrounded by major health, learning and commercial precincts to create a radically enhanced service sector for Melbourne’s New West.  

With Wyndham City and the Victorian State Government committed to its development, East Werribee will provide quality professional employment opportunities to address the significant and growing demand in the region.

For further information on the East Werribee Precinct visit the Metropolitan Planning Authority website.

East Werribee Major Projects

Sneydes Road Freeway Interchange at East Werribee

A new full diamond interchange with the Princes Freeway is to be constructed at Sneydes Road to provide a new gateway to East Werribee. The interchange is part of a $72 million package of works that will also include the upgrade of Sneydes Road and key intersection upgrades along the Princes Highway.

Victoria University’s Inter-Professional Health Clinic

Victoria University’s new $14.8 million Inter-Professional Health Clinic is the first of its kind in Australia with completion scheduled for 2015.

Werribee Mercy Hospital Expansion

Construction of the $28 million Catherine McAuley Centre, a rehabilitation and geriatric facility, was completed in 2014 while the $34 million mental health facility is underway. These facilities are the first stages of a masterplan that will see the Werribee Mercy Hospital grow into the premier public hospital in the region.

St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee

St Vincent’s Health Australia recently acquired 4 hectares of land opposite the Werribee Mercy Public Hospital in Hoppers Lane for the development of St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee. Extensive consultation with the local community and medical practitioners will now be undertaken.

Melbourne University Expansion

Large scale expansion of Melbourne University’s Werribee Veterinary School is planned including new facilities and a doubling of student numbers.

Notre Dame University Clinical School

Notre Dame University’s $12 million Melbourne Clinical School opened in 2010 to educate and train third and fourth year medical students. The School is affiliated with Werribee Mercy Hospital and Wyndham Private Medical Clinic.

Wyndham Private Medical Centre

The $30 million Wyndham Private Medical Centre was recently constructed adjacent to Werribee Mercy Hospital. This major facility was purpose built to centralise some of Melbourne’s premium health service providers across a broad range of specialties.

Dairy Innovation Australia Expansion

Dairy Innovation Australia is the leading research and development organisation for the Australian Dairy Industry. In 2012 a $4.3 million facility expansion and upgrade was completed to increase research capacity and consolidate Werribee as the centre for its activities.

Wyndham Clinic Private Hospital

The $16 million Wyndham Clinic Private Hospital completed in 2013 is Werribee’s first private hospital and the first full private mental health facility in Melbourne’s west.

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