country living with
township charm.



Limited to a land release of only 500 lots of above-average size, this exclusive masterplanned community is where brand new homes find harmony with nature and where design celebrates family values at its core. Highly considered landscaping ensures this new neighbourhood keeps its connection to the abundant native flora, established trees, winding waterways and open green spaces. Future plans for this idyllic pocket of South East Kilmore also include a community hub, primary school, sports ovals and a bus line.



A sense of place is fostered through the architectural character captured in Broadstead’s design guidelines ensuring that brand new homes reflect the area’s rich heritage, embrace its scenic surroundings, harness the charm of country living and make space for a flexible future. In a neighbourhood of picturesque streetscapes, larger-than-average lots and generous gardens, Broadstead is a place to put down roots with plenty of room to grow.

A rural Central Victorian town renowned for its cultural heritage and local pride.


Character & rare

Kilmore Tennis Club

Established in 1885 in Hudson Park, Kilmore Tennis Club was originally home to only 24 members. From its humble beginnings on a single grass court, the club has expanded to eight courts across J.J. Clancy Reserve and a membership base of 150 players.

Kilmore Town Hall

Dating back to 1894, Kilmore Town Hall features a decorative façade with immense Corinthian pillars. Built to pay homage to the early settlers who played a considerable role in establishing the Colony of Victoria, it represents a significant part of the town’s history.

Sydney Street

Home to one of Kilmore’s greatest collections of heritage buildings, together forming important streetscapes of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century architecture, Sydney Street epitomises the town’s vivid past.

Kilmore District Health

One of a select group of early regional hospitals built between the 1850s and mid-1860s, the Kilmore District Health is a building of regional architectural, historic and social importance. It represents the extraordinary period of development generated by the discovery of gold in the municipal area.

Like most of Central Victoria, Kilmore was home to the Taungurung people of the Kulin nation prior to European discovery and settlement. The various clan groups lived a semi-nomadic existence of fishing, hunting and gathering and farming eels for at least 40,000 years.

Today, the town is a place like no other. The descendants of the Taungurung people form a strong and vibrant community. Elders assist with the instruction of younger generations in culture, history and language. Local residents embrace Kilmore’s rich history and scenic countryside, taking great pride in its centuries-old bluestone buildings and spectacular rural landscape. Home to a wealth of outdoor pursuits and a well-established community which celebrates quintessential country living resurrected for contemporary lifestyles, Kilmore is a place to embrace the past and welcome the future.

A natural identity
outlined by idyllic
green spaces.


A new chapter
for kilmore’s
thriving population.

Kilmore is a vibrant Central Victorian township steeped in history that boasts a strong sense of community and charm. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Mitchell Shire region, Kilmore offers a family oriented lifestyle rich in unique experiences, activities and encounters. With mountain views to the west, a range of fine wine and dining options at your door, and endless hiking and walking trails to explore, its story is one of opportunity and growth.

Kilmore Racing Club
Kilmore Creek
Kilmore CBD
Kilmore Primary School
Monument Hill Reserve
Hume Freeway
Wallan Shops
Melbourne Airport
Kilmore Lancefield Road
JJ Clancy Reserve
Kilmore Tennis Club
Kilmore District Health
Melbourne CBD
Northern Highway
St Patricks Primary School
Assumption College
Wallan Wallan Bush Reserve


Monument Hill Reserve

Once a lookout in the early years of European settlement, Monument Hill is a 76-hectare bushland reserve that contains tracks for horse-riding and bushwalking, habitat for native wildlife and wildflower species, and one of the watchtowers from the former Kilmore Gaol.

Assumption College

A coeducational Catholic school serving years 7-12, Assumption College is a well-respected local institution with over 125 years of experience in day and boarding education.

A Colourful Landscape

Grown from a small settlement into a vibrant township, traditional country life is present on every step in Kilmore.

Native Flora & Fuana

Careful landscape planning preserves the native flora and fauna which brightens and beautifies the surrounding bush.

Broadstead offers the very best of country living, with winding creek walks, picturesque forest trails and a thriving South East Kilmore town centre all close by — as are prestigious education choices including Assumption College. Located within close proximity, the Kilmore East and Wandong Train Stations make for an easy and convenient travel experience to Melbourne — alternatively, the CBD is also accessible via the Hume Freeway which is located just seven minutes away from home and taking just over a one-hour drive.

An established past
fostering a new sense
of community.



Kilmore Golf Club

A gently undulating course set in an environment where native flora and fauna abound, Kilmore Golf Club is a place where golf has been enjoyed for close to 100 years. 

Ah Raffaele

Run by a local Kilmore duo, Ah Raffaele is passionate when it comes to connecting with its customers, serving great food and quality coffee being at the heart of every conversation.

Buds & Branches

From seasonal bouquets to potted plants, Buds & Branches Florist is a vintage-styled country florist with a creative twist.

The Meat Room

Small-batch salami specialists, the artisan butchers at The Meat Room are passionate about where meat comes from and how it is used. They offer fun sausage making and butchering classes.

At Broadstead, daily lifestyle needs are easily met with full-line supermarkets, local boutiques, and modern convenience surrounded by a centuries-old streetscape. In the evenings, there are an appetising selection of modern eateries and historic pubs for delicious meals, cold drinks and warm hospitality that abounds with country living.