Zapari Group assents a scenic route to life with their latest project Molonglo Falls, 140 dwellings promising a lifetime of adventure. Experience spacious living in 1,2 & 3-bedroom apartments on John Gorton Drive that set a new benchmark in quality design for Molonglo Valley.
Molonglo Valley is uniquely located about 13km from the CBD. A natural landscape comprised of residential suburbs to the south and north of the Molonglo River; and the west of Lake Burley Griffin. The name Molonglo is derived from an Aboriginal expression meaning "the sound of thunder". Molonglo Falls welcomes a life of thunder even when it's not raining as the The Valley begs for uncompromised adventure. The Molonglo appeal is no secret, the Valley is the fastest growing region in Canberra for good reason.
Contextually the area of Coombs is of regimented design, we wanted to break away from that with a Biophilic design. Not only did Cox want to design a building that mimicked nature, we formed the building to act in a way which was sympathetic to something that’s alive. To accomplish this, natural elements such as air, water, landscapes and light were carefully considered.
Molonglo Falls high-quality cross ventilation is the first of its kind in Molonglo Valley ensuring apartment living that stays young. An exceptional design feature to set the project apart from most of the apartment opportunities in the Capital.
A huge focus has been placed on ventilation to ensure apartment living and fresh air can coexist. Molonglo Falls cross ventilation creates air movement which improves comfort and connects occupants freely to the outdoors. The unique design creates a natural ventilation system through the atrium to moderate temperature, reduces moisture accumulation and eliminates stale air.
Apartment living has never been so appealing. Residents have a plethora of unique amenity to enjoy in private with their inner circle. Alongside the shared amenity and rich sense of community, Molonglo Falls offers a more engaged lifestyle.
This project promotes liveability with three luxury private escapes which residents can book to entertain up to 20 guests. In your private escape you’ll find a kitchen, bar and teppanyaki BBQ for entertaining. Lounge around the fire pit on outdoor seating or dip into the 10-person spa.
Moments you cannot put into words
Sounds you cannot replicate.
Visions you must see with
your own eyes to believe.
It’s not often an apartment of this calibre comes on the market with incredible saving opportunities.
Buy now to take advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Generally dimensions are measured from interior face to face. Bedrooms interior face to face of robe. Kitchens face of wall to back face of island. Dining from back face of island to line of carpet or back of lounge. Measurements shown width x depth.
All indoor and outdoor loose furniture is not included in the sale of the unit. This includes but is not limited to:
All indoor and outdoor loose furniture is shown on the plan for illustrative, stylistic and contextual purposes only
All areas are inclusive of voids, ducts and service risers.
Zapari is one of Canberra’s most progressive and exciting property developers. Zapari is making a positive contribution to the urban fabric of the National Capital. Founded and based in Canberra, we are proud to be developing iconic developments of the future. Driven by the vision to revitalise the Canberra landscape and create connected communities. Our reputation is underpinned by our vision for property and commitment to quality.
Blackshaw Projects offers the high-end services of a boutique agency with the resources and capabilities of a Canberra wide real estate network. The success and reputation of the Blackshaw Real Estate has enabled Blackshaw Projects to attract, train and retain premium sales and marketing staff. The Blackshaw Projects team is highly experienced with a proven track record of successfully marketing apartment and townhouse developments across Canberra.
Cox Architecture is a national, full service planning, architectural and interiors practice. Cox’s work has always been driven by place and context. Whether in a natural setting or a city environment the same principles of response to site, relationship to the environment and fitness of purpose underlie all projects.