The locals will tell you they love it here, a great place to raise a family.
Named after one it's earliest settlers, William Taylor who built the Overnewton homestead in 1849 and the area was called Taylors Creek in his honour, which, in turn, was changed to Taylors Lakes.
Thanks to the development of the train station which was named after the Watergardens Town Centre and as well as the proximity to the Melbourne CBD, Taylors Lakes has been growing fast since the turn of this century.
Schools in the suburb include Taylors Lakes Primary School, Taylors Lakes Secondary College, Overnewton Anglican Community College to name a few.
Besides the exceptional shopping and dining opportunities, Taylors Lakes has an abundance of parks, sports grounds, and kindergartens.
- Shopping Options
- Public Transport
- Gym & Fitness
Who lives here?
- Families with kids
- Trendy & Stylish
- Calder Park
- Keilor Downs
- Keilor North
- Taylors Lakes
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