A Closer Look at Our Vibrant Neighbourhood

The Fabric has been designed to nurture a strong sense of community, creating a vibrant and connected place to call home. Designed with walkability in mind, the green masterplan takes you on a journey through streets lined with leafy green trees, contemporary architecture, beautiful private front gardens while connecting you to your future everyday needs.  

Mirvac’s award-winning approach to environmentally sustainable design and “future ready” housing goes significantly further at The Fabric, with its ambitious target to implement fully electric, net zero energy townhomes while achieving a minimum seven-star NatHERS energy rating for every townhome on the 11.5-hectare site at 188-198 Blackshaws Road. 


Places to explore and play

Parks and green space at The Fabric are central to the philosophy of creating a new neighbourhood with a strong sense of community. Patchwork Park will be a focal point for the community, centrally located at the heart of The Fabric. Featuring open green space, a sculptural playground for all ages, shared barbeques and shelters, communal herb gardens and large shady tree areas, Patchwork Park will nurture health and wellbeing as well as create a strong community connection.

Father and child on swing


This masterplan is indicative of current and proposed amenity and infrastructure and is subject to change.



This masterplan is indicative of current and proposed amenity and infrastructure and is subject to change.



198b Blackshaws Road, Altona North, VIC, 3025

Monday 1pm - 5pm
Tuesday to Sunday 11am - 5pm 

Please contact Maxine Thomson on 0468 562 215 or via email at maxine.thomson@mirvac.com to book a private appointment.

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Mirvac acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which we stand, the Yalukit-willam people of the Kulin nation and we recognise their enduring connection to the land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.