Barramie Estate

This land is a beautiful combination of peace and serenity, which will be a perfect location to call home, with an abundance of schools, shops and sporting facilities within walking distance. Prestigious 611m2 – 1500m2 home sites, ready to build on, with aspect to the mountains.


Barramie Park Estate is a family friendly neighbourhood with community sports fields, playgrounds, cycle and walking paths nearby. With a bordering nature reserve, it is the perfect setting for growing families. Simple home design guidelines are in place to not only enhance the community's presentation but also to help protect your investment.
The undulating nature of the area creates many flat blocks as well as blocks with bush reserve views.


Barramie Estate is conveniently located in the largest of Albury’s suburbs Lavington. The suburb of Lavington also includes the localities of Springdale Heights, Hamilton Valley and Norris Park & has its own postcode (2641, as opposed to 2640 for the balance of Albury).

Access to the Hume HWY is only a short 4.8kms for ease and access to not only to Albury’s CBD but the direct driving access to both capital cities Sydney (5 Hours) & Melbourne (3 Hours).


All within 2-3km of Barramie Estate is Lavington’s central shopping complex, specialty shops, restaurants & both primary and secondary schools.


The Lavington Sports Ground, located in the suburb's west, is the Albury-Wodonga region's prominent sporting venue. In addition to being the home ground of the Lavington Panthers (formerly Blues) Australian rules football club who play in the Ovens & Murray Football League, it has hosted many AFL practice matches.

There are many sporting groups in Lavington including ones for soccer, Australian rules football, cricket, netball, softball, water polo, swimming and tennis. There is a BMX and skate park too.

The perfect family friendly neighbourhood amenities close by featuring:

  • Schools
  • Shops
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Playgrounds
  • Close cycle and walking paths
  • A bordering nature reserve