Our vision

Western Melbourne Group

Western Melbourne Group's vision is to develop a unique sports, living and events driven precinct, that hosts a thriving commercial CBD, residential lifestyle suburb and elite sports facilities in Melbourne’s premier growth area
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Elite Sports Arenas
Western Melbourne Group

INTRODUCING YOU TO
THE NEW WEST

IN THE WEST

PROPERTY

THE DEVELOPMENT OF

RESIDENTIAL
PRECINCT

The residential precinct is not just housing, but somewhere to truly live and thrive thanks to a mixture of medium and high-density accommodation with commercial and retail areas, tree-lined boulevards and nearby parks.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF

COMMERICAL
PRECINCT

The commercial precinct is a place for locals, tourists and residents to enjoy a huge range of spaces, with a unique mix of retail buildings, educational research campuses, car parking, hotels, medical & allied health, hospitality and entertainment.

IN THE WEST

SPORTING DISTRICT

THE DEVELOPMENT OF

WYNDHAM CITY
STADIUM.

The Wyndham City Stadium is the centrepiece of the development that links the sports, commercial and residential precincts. As a boutique 15,000 capacity rectangular stadium, it’s the only stadium of its kind in Melbourne, providing a premium fan experience; a stadium that feels like home. The Wyndham City Stadium will be the home of Western United in the A-League.

IN THE WEST

NEWS

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Wyndham City Stadium receives planning amendment approval

Western Melbourne Group is one step closer to delivering Wyndham City Stadium after State Planning Minister Richard Wynne today approved a key planning amendment. The planning approval allows detailed design of the stadium and development to be finalised and construction timelines to be determined. Wyndham City Stadium is set to be the home of Western United Football Club, the A-League…

WUFC Announce New Elite Training Facility

Western Melbourne Group isn’t just stopping at a stadium with their new project, as the new development will also include an elite training facility with three pitches (two grass and one synthetic) and seating for an audience of 5,000. The jointly funded development, including help from Wyndham council, will be the main training ground for Western United Football Club, as…

WMG Wins Bid for New A-League Licence – Western United FC is Born

Months of speculation and plans have finally come to fruition this week, with Western Melbourne Group being announced by Football Federation Australia as the winner of the A-League Competition licence, beating Sydney’s Southern Expansion and Melbourne’s Team 11 for the place. The news will see history, with WMG promising to build a 15,000 seat stadium and connecting training, commercial and…