Urban growth in Melbourne’s fringe: spotlight on Tarneit

Scott Hong

Scott’s background is in urban planning, economic development and GIS. He worked for an economic planning consultancy in New York City and is passionate about making our cities more liveable, equitable and beautiful. His role at .id is on the SAFi team where he researches and applies the future assumptions to our population forecast models. Scott enjoys exploring the nooks and crannies of his new hometown and planning his next trip to an exotic locale.

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2 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    Very interesting to look at the development on both sides of the railway line on my commute through Tarneit (and Wyndham Vale) on the way to Geelong in the last couple of years. The canola fields will be less and less.

  2. I have been past Tarneit on the train between Geelong and Melbourne. It is a very new estate. It is growing very fast. Most who got on were migrants. There are barely any shops yet. It did not exist till the railway was rerouted.

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