Your Guide To Buying At Googong

Design Guidelines


The aim for Googong is to create a lifestyle and sense of community that echo what’s best about traditional country towns.
 
Many of the features of the community have been defined by the masterplan and the landscaping and open space strategy.
 
However, because the forms of the buildings will define the streets and public spaces within the town, we also need to take a careful approach to the design of homes at Googong. The Design Guidelines have been prepared to consider how houses will relate to one another within a street, a neighbourhood and indeed the township and will help create streets that people will want to walk and cycle in, not just drive through.
 
While the community will evolve and change over time, the guidelines set up at the planning stage will help ensure that Googong provides a strong sense of community and a sustainable way of life. They will ensure a level of quality is maintained and help protect your investment in your home.
 
A summary of the design guidelines is available for download here (3.6MB). Note: Googong Township Pty Ltd reserves the right to vary and amend these guidelines from time to time. This guideline summary is dated March 2017.
 
The full Design Guidelines is available for download here (6.5MB). Note: This document has been prepared to provide your builder or architect with the detailed requirements of the Googong design guidelines. Please be advised that this is a 88 page document designed to be printed in full colour on both sides of an A4 page. Googong Township Pty Ltd reserves the right to vary and amend these guidelines from time to time. This Design Guideline is dated March 2017.
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Googojoy – a unit used to measure happiness. Measurements amongst Googong residence are off the chart. E.g. After a day spent fishing at Googong Dam, Gavin's mood climbed by approximately 470 googojoys.