My panoramic perspectives:
Maps at top of each series indicate panoramic viewpoints...
The area west of Hyland street, Fyansford, was for over a century a scene of industrial activity, with the Australian Portland Cement Co. Pty. Ltd. operating from the 1890s.
From 2001 the land lay dormant; awaiting the arrival of a Developer ~ the RPM Real Estate Group.
Since Gen Fyansford's arrival in 2015, the area has been a hive of activity of earth-moving proportions.
with the developer working at producing one of Geelong's most prestigeous residential estates.
22 March, 2016
A1. Looking SW on Casey Boulevard
A2. Looking SE on McAuliffe Drive
A3. Jennings Court
1 April, 2016
B1. Looking SE on McAuliffe Drive
B2. Looking along Littlewood Drive
February 11, 2016, saw titles for properties in the first Gen Fyansford release being transferred.
Since then the locality has changed dramatically with ready-mix concrete trucks, delivery vans and builders' utes being constant visitors to the estate.
The once-quiet roads and building lots are now bustling with frantic tradies; all working to create an exciting new Fyansford.
C3 D1 F2
April - June, 2016
A1. Looking NW up McAuliffe Drive
A2. Looking NE up McAuliffe Drive
A3. Looking SSE down McAuliffe Drive
A4. Looking SW down McAuliffe Drive
B1. Looking up McAuliffe Drive from Casey Boulevard
B2. Looking down McAuliffe Drive toward Casey Boulevard
C1. Looking N across Dolder Street
C2. Looking NE up Littlewood Drive
C3. Looking up Maskell Court from Littlewood Drive
D1. Looking NE across Littlewood Drive
D2. Looking up Littlewood Drive
E1. Looking NW up Casey Boulevard
E2. Looking SE down Casey Boulevard
E3. Looking NE up Littlewood Drive
E4. Looking up Maskell Court
F1. Looking down Littlewood Drive
F2. Looking up Maskell Court
F3. Looking NW down Maskell Court
December 16. Mixed bag of streetscapes
Yet to eventuate...
As viewed from atop Fyansford Hill
(Lookout-out behind cementies)
As viewed from:
- above Hyland Street
- behind the cementies
- the end of Beckley Street
Estate Development Phase:~
A1. February, 2015
A2. July, 2015
A3. December, 2015
Major Construction Phase:~
B1. March, 2016
B2. May, 2016
B3. July, 2016 (Slideshow)
B4. July, 2016 (Slideshow)
B5. August, 2016 (Slideshow)
B6. August, 2016 (Slideshow)
Post Major Construction Phase:~
6 March (Back on track!)
October, 2016, saw the first excited residents moving into the estate; all with plans and expectations for an optimistic future. The proximity to the ring road, ready-access to Geelong CBD, nearby ocean beaches and the quaint township of Fyansford, all signpost a bright and comfortable future for the residents of this lovely locality. On New Years Day there were eleven occupied 'New Fyansford' residences. By the end of 2017 there could well be 50 residences.
Hey! It won't be long before the population of Fyansford doubles....
Out walking with Magic & iPhone
The iPhone is a great little camera...
Back on track...
Day #1 6 March, 2017
Day #2 7 March, 2017
Day #3 8 March, 2017
Now, that's a different perspective...
Go, Go, Sebastion Flaccavento!
Sebastion Flaccavento, on one of his modified kid’s bikes, about to work his way up the ever-challenging Fyansford Hill (showing ongoing development in the Gen Fyansford estate and the Geelong ring-road in the background).
Source: Jo Mitchell’s Barwon Blog (4 Feb., 2017)