MASTER PLANNED FOR YOU
Planned to include all the things that people need to function well together as a community - Lucas will make it easy for you to live, work and play locally.
Lucas Neighbourhood Parks
Neighbourhood Parks are within five minutes walk of every home at Lucas. Each Park will be have different play equipment and landscaping features creating a unique experience.
Lucas Town Centre & Community Hub
Built around a Main Street and Town Plaza - just the way shopping used to be. Lucas offers alfresco cafés and dining, supermarkets and speciality stores just minutes from your front door.
EMPLOYMENT & BUSINESS PARK
A centre for business and employment - working locally will allow you to leave the car at home and still be at work within minutes, strolling through parklands along the way.
A multi-million dollar Community Centre will provide all the services and facilities a community needs, including kindergarten rooms, maternal and child health consulting rooms, community meeting spaces and informal spaces for playgroups and parenting groups.
Lucas Education & Learning Precinct
The Education Precinct and Learning Hub currently houses Siena Catholic Primary (P-6) and will house a planned future state government school (P-9).
Lucas Central Park
Lucas is designed around a central green spine of parklands and recreational spaces, designed to take you anywhere in the Lucas community off road. Over 22 hectares of Lucas will be dedicated to parkland.
Seniors Living & Retirement Village
With easy access to shopping, services and public transport as well as parklands - Lucas Lifestyle Estate is the place for you to enjoy your retirement close to friends and family.
Lucas takes the best that Ballarat has to offer. A regional setting, friendly character filled neighbourhoods, history and heritage, that combine to offer you a great contemporary lifestyle.
Did you know?
As a tribute to the contribution Australian war veterans have made to Victoria, Integra have named all the streets in Lucas after the soldiers memorialised in the Avenue of Honour.
This concept has since been developed into the state-wide ANZAC Commemorative Naming Project.