Ecco Ripley is the embodiment of the Sekisui House philosophy, love of humanity. It’s a philosophy that guides every decision and the foundation for which the 4 ECCO pillars – Environment, Community, Connected and Opportunity – are built upon.

The preservation of natural surrounds and local ecosystems to ensure all residents live close by, parks and open spaces.

The Ripley Town Centre forming the ‘hub’ promoting social engagement and community involvement.

Future proofing the neighbourhood through fibre optic technology, natural gas, proposed state-of-the-art transport hub, local amenities and community focal points.

Being located in the heart of one of Australia’s fastest growing corridors, over 130,000 people are expected to call the Ripley region home in coming years.

With the $1.5bn Ripley Town Centre at its heart and surrounded by over 40 hectares of parkland and green open space, Ecco Ripley is bursting with energy and delivering a new way of living for people of every life stage and lifestyle – all just 40 minutes from Brisbane CBD*.

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Ecco Ripley is located in the urban core of the Ripley region Priority Development Area (PDA) declared in October 2010 after being identified by the State Government for specific accelerated development with a focus on economic growth.

Ecco Ripley’s primary position within the PDA is just one of the reasons why it is fast becoming the most sought-after community living environment positioned in the heart of South East Queensland’s booming western growth corridor only 40 minutes to Brisbane CBD or 10 minutes to Ipswich CBD.

Masterplan map
  • Marker icon The Billabong Reserve Helping to preserve local ecosystems and bolster water management, while also forming attractive landscapes.
  • Marker icon Bundamba Creek Preserved to merge with an array of green parks, nature streets and wide-open spaces surrounding the community.
  • Marker icon Natural Amphitheatre Planned to cater for 1500 people, the space will be ideal for viewing events and performances.
  • Marker icon The Open-air Tent An indoor/outdoor community hub that will feature unique architecture that will respond to the natural environment.
  • Marker icon The Billabong Planned to be a recreational waterplay park for the community and wider region.
  • Marker icon Events Circle This large open area will be perfect for hosting a range of event catering for up to 6,000 people.
  • Marker icon Transit Centre The proposed Transit Centre will serve connect all to regional bus lines, cycle networks, and a train services.
  • Marker icon Brooking Rise The first allotment of residential land, featuring over 4ha of parklands, with barbeques spots and children's playgrounds.
  • Marker icon Community Gardens Providing places where residents can grow, gather and tend to sources of food.
  • Marker icon Ripley Main Street Set to feature retail, commercial, residential and civic activities, with slow moving traffic to create a pleasant street environment.
  • Grass line Sekisui House
    Ownership Area
Green Space map
20% Green Space Five Star Greenstar Community Award 400m to parkland from any home
Town Centre map
  • Gold line Ripley Town Centre
  • Marker Stage 1 Town Centre

Stage 1 will include:

  • Coles Supermarket and Liquorland
  • 20 speciality stores
  • Commercial
  • Medical
  • Community Centre
  • 360 car spaces
Transport map
  • Marker icon Transit Centre
  • Transport paths Transport Corridor
  • Gold line Ripley Town Centre
  • Cycling paths Walking and Cycle Paths

Henlia No 13 Pty Ltd, BCove 4 Pty Ltd and Ripley Town Holdings Pty Ltd (SH Entities) own and/or control only the areas and representations as to the use, proposed use or development of the areas within the Urban Core outside of the SH Entities' faciliities and other features to be located within the Urban Core both inside and outside of the SH Entities' ownership areas.