Williams Landing is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 19 km south west of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the City of Wyndham local government area, has an estimated population of 10, 238 in 2021.
- Area:3.833 km2
- Elevation:25 m
- Local Government Area:Wyndham City Council
Williams Landing is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 19 km south west of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the City of Wyndham local government area, has an estimated population of 10,238 in 2021.Williams Landing is rapidly growing and will continue to grow rapidly in the next several years.
The first stage of Williams Landing, that of the Wyndham Waters estate along Sayers Road to the north of the suburb, adjacent to Truganina was developed first. The Williams Landing suburb development is forecast to continue development until 2030.
Williams Landing is being developed into a Transit-oriented development, major activity and employment centre. The suburb is next to the Williams Landing railway station, just across from the Princes Freeway and for residents of Point Cook, it is accessed via Palmers Road. Construction of Williams Landing commenced in early 2008 and is due to be completed by 2030.
Since the Williams Landing railway station opened in April 2013, and the shopping centre opened in December 2014, Williams Landing has been one of the most popular areas for home buyers. Median house value in Williams Landing has increased 37% from 2012 to 2014, second highest in Victoria. Williams Landing has continued its property growth, property prices in Williams Landing rose further 25.9% in the year, according to the latest data released in November 2015.
The major area of Williams Landing is what was once the RAAF Base Laverton airfield. The base is no longer used for operational flying but is still used for radio training. For administrative purposes, it is now merged with the former RAAF Base Point Cook as RAAF Base Williams.
The developers of Williams Landing estate, Cedar Woods Properties Limited, worked to secure a new suburb name for the area prior to commencing development. The suburb was removed from the geographic boundaries of Laverton in 2008, with the name Williams Landing being gazetted in May 2008 and formalised by the Geographic Names Board in August.
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