Skip to content

Key details

18—24 Robertsons Road &
16a Robertsons Road, Taylors Lakes
Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country 

Policy objective
Affordable housing



Taylors Quarter is a residential subdivision of 171 lots, and is the final major land release in Taylors Lakes.

It has great access to schools, the freeway, and is a 10 minute walk to Watergardens Shopping Centre and train station.

The 9.1ha site was purchased by the Department of Education and Training (DET) in the early 1990s for a school. However it was never used for this purpose, and remained vacant land.

In 2013 it was declared surplus by DET, and rezoned, enabling Development Victoria to acquire the site, and subdivide the land for new housing.

The development will also deliver a new park along McCubbin Drive that's being designed in consultation with council and the local community.

Taylors Quarter is an EnviroDevelopment certified project — a nationally-recognised achievement from the Urban Development Institute of Australia. The certification recognises outcomes across six areas of sustainability: water, ecosystems, community, waste, materials and energy.

9.1ha project area

1 new park

1 EnviroDevelopment certified project


The site is located at 18—24 Robertsons Road & 16a Robertsons Road, Taylors Lakes, and is ideally situated in close proximity to transport, schools, Watergardens Shopping Centre, Watergardens Railway Station and Taylors Creek Reserve.

Development Victoria acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the Traditional Custodians of the land.

Who to contact about this project

For more information about the project or to provide feedback, please email us

Visit the Taylors Quarter website to register your interest to receive sales information and updates.

You can also visit the onsite display suite on McCubbin Drive, Taylors Lakes, or contact our sales team on 03 8317 3434 or email

Was this page helpful?


Development Victoria engaged with the Taylors Lakes community in late 2017 to provide information and seek the community’s views on the site’s proposed subdivision and park design.

During engagement, a number of local residents suggested it would be desirable to have larger blocks on McCubbin Drive to create an improved interface with existing housing.

In response, larger sized lots have been incorporated into the master plan, while approximately 20% of the lots are proposed to be less than 300m2 in size.

Updated on 26 May 2023