The site is located at the corner of Surf Coast Highway and Beacon Boulevard, Torquay approximately 20 kilometres south of the Geelong CBD. Access to Beacon Boulevard will be available via an existing multi-directional controlled intersection.
The Surfcoast Highway is a major north to south arterial road that links the greater Surf Coast region to Geelong. In addition, the road connects to the Princes Highway (15 kilometres north) which forms part of the greater Victorian highway network.
Torquay forms part of the greater Surf Coast region, which is among the fastest growing municipalities in Victoria that has averaged three per cent per annum growth for the last 15 years. Its primary industries include tourism and agriculture.
The Victorian Government has designated potential medium-term residential growth areas for both south Geelong (15 kilometres north) and north and west Torquay (two kilometres east and three kilometres south west, respectively).