Ecco Ripley is a community in the picturesque Ripley Valley, just 9km’s from Ipswich town centre. Landmark peaks and the Bundamba creek merge with an array of green parks, nature strips and wide open spaces.
Sekisui House blend these natural elements with built form to create the iconic Queensland lifestyle of fresh air, community spirit and healthy living.
Ecco Ripley will be unlike any other master-planned development. Becoming a place that residents remember for life.
An environment full of life connected to the community and creating opportunity
You might be wondering where the name Ecco comes from? It comes not only from the echo characteristics of our unique Valley setting, but also as a statement of our 4 key beliefs.
We start with the Environment – a picturesque location that is both relaxed and flowing. Ecco Ripley is a community framed by landmark peaks and hills, where the iconic Bundamba creek merges with an array of green parks, nature strips and wide open spaces.
With the right geography in place, we then turn our attention to creating a Community. That means blending the natural elements with all the things that make a place enjoyable to live in. Public spaces where people say 'Hello' to each other, a proposed town centre that is buzzing with activity, and the sounds of nature greeting you every morning.
Being Connected is a must for Ecco Ripley and we're making sure we include the latest fibre optic technology from the very start. Wi-Fi hotspots will be rolled out right across the development, and high speed internet will be available to every home. Plus you'll also be connected with a proposed Town Centre and Transit Centre and easy access to 2 major highways.
At Ecco Ripley, you've got smart fibre optic technology at your fingertips and opportunities aplenty. A home in Ecco Ripley ticks all the boxes for desirability. Not only in terms of proximity to the proposed town centre, local amenities and employment – but also its beautiful valley location in the heart of one of the fastest-growing corridors in Queensland. It's a place to watch your family and community grow.
- 2,000 dwellings upon completion
- Project value $500M
- 194 hectares
- Timeframe 2013 - 2033