“Award winning design, beautiful
countryside surroundings and great community atmosphere. Longyard
Estate is a great place to settle.”
Longyard Estate a master planned residential estate won the prestigious
UDIA Award of Excellence in 2005. Set before a panel of judges,
and up against some large beachside and waterfront developments,
Longyard Estate was officially recognized as one of the best
residential estates in Australia.
Longyard Estate surrounds and is integrated with the Greg Norman designed Longyard Golf Course.
The entire estate has been developed using sound urban and environmental
design. Consultants that have helped the Longyard dream come
to life, are leaders in their fields. Highly regarded architects,
urban planners and landscape architects have all helped to create
our award winning estate.
The estate has been developed in a number of precinct stages.
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Surrounding area & attractions
The Longyard Estate located in the heart of Tamworth’s southern gateway has established itself as another of this cities endearing landmarks.
Tamworth continues to live up to its reputation as the energised commercial, light industrial and administrative capital of the Northwest Slopes and Plains.
It has long been recognised as the Country Music Capital of Australasia. It is home to many notable landmarks. The most recent being the amazing National Equine Centre (pictured above). Others include the Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre, the Regional Sporting Complex, the Sports Dome, the Golden Guitar and the Longyard Hotel. All have been built immediately adjacent to the Longyard Estate.
The Longyard precinct draws visitors from all over Australia and beyond. The estate has excellent access to a variety of schools, churches, diverse shopping opportunities and bulky goods warehouses, community facilities and outstanding sporting venues.
Threading its way right through the estate is the Greg Norman designed 18-hole Longyard Golf Course with landmark views.
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New Urbanism is the name given to a set of principles used for
building accessible, efficient, liveable communities. The idea
is to create areas and spaces that everyone in the neighbourhood
can utilize. New Urbanism also promotes a variety of lot sizes
and a wide demographic mix of people in the neighbourhoods.
The end result is a neighbourhood that gives you access to many
of life’s conveniences and leisure activities while also protecting
regional open space.