Balmoral Quay: Giving Back to the Community

29th November, 2021

Not only is Balmoral Quay crafting a premium, bayside lifestyle for its residents, but it’s also creating new amenity that both residents and the general public can enjoy.

The project is contributing two new landmarks to the Rippleside community: St Helens Beach, and Balmoral Quay Marina.

St Helens Beach

As part of Balmoral Quay’s reinvigoration of the foreshore, a beautiful new beach will be created, along with a new private park for residents.

Balmoral Quay is nestled between Rippleside Park to the south, and St Helens Park to the north, two beautiful green spaces that define the area. Rippleside Park also boasts a spectacular sandy beach, which will be replicated at St Helens by the Balmoral Quay development team.

The new St Helens Beach will be a picturesque destination where residents and the broader community can enjoy the sand and sea.


Balmoral Quay Marina

The development team has built Geelong’s first state-of-the-art, floating marina as part of the Balmoral Quay project, right outside the development in Corio Bay.

A unique addition to the precinct, the Balmoral Quay Marina was designed to promote healthy, active living through the joy of boating.

The marina is well-equipped with individually metered power and water at every berth. It features a first-class security system with permanent 24/7 camera monitoring and is fully gated with secure swipe-key entry.

There is a range of different sized berths on offer, available to purchase by both Balmoral Quay residents and the general public.

You can find out more about our award-winning work on Balmoral Quay in this case study.