Surf Coast locals’ last chance

November 12, 2020 BY

Quay2 is a mecca for young families, with the townhomes also providing an enviable lifestyle for first home buyers, singletons and downsizers.

Hundreds of residents have already decided to make Quay2 home. The development is a mecca for young families, with the townhomes also providing an enviable lifestyle for first home buyers, singletons and downsizers.

“The development has reached a really exciting stage”, says Intrapac’s Max Shifman.

“The beautifully landscaped parklands are nearing completion so the development is starting to feel really established.”

The substantial open space network that runs through the estate is comprised of a treed walkway that connects a series of parklands.The newly completed central, elevated park integrates significant retained Moonah trees and provides a large multi-aged playground experience with views out over the surrounding estate, glimpses of the ocean, and a family-focused picnic and barbecue area.

A smaller nearby park features a community orchard. There is also a large wetland that connects into the Deep Creek trail system providing direct pedestrian access to the beach at Zeally Bay.

Plus with the adjacent The Quay development and early residents of Quay2, there is already a real sense of community that has been developed and (prior to COVID-19) a rolling calendar of social events for residents to attend with their families while establishing neighbourhood connections, creating a feeling of belonging.

The Quay2 sales team has, in recent months, experienced a rush of purchases that seems only to have been further spurred on by the COVID-19 lockdowns.

“Melbourne buyers are beginning to realise that they can access a coastal lifestyle while working remotely,”
Max said.

And Melbourne and Torquay buyers alike don’t need to worry about a lack of local amenity with the weekly Torquay Farmer’s market just across the road from Quay2 and a choice of supermarket, café’s and dining just minutes away. There is also a choice of quality education and childcare options with a number within easy walking distance.

“The townhomes continue to be popular with local first home buyers, singletons and downsizers both locally and from Melbourne.
“For first home buyers, the turnkey nature of the townhomes makes for easy decision-making, and for downsizers, the lock and leave aspect is really attractive,” Max said.

The architecturally-designed double-storey townhomes are environmentally-innovative dwellings that are perfect for those wanting a luxurious, low maintenance, lock and leave coastal lifestyle.

Only 16 housing lots and less than six of the final release of townhomes remain. The housing lots range from 445sqm to 645sqm, with some offering sea views.

To find out more, visit the Quay2 Sales Office at 1 Taylor Street, Torquay – open 11am–5pm, Saturday to Wednesday – phone 1300 221 484 or head to