Suburb Guide: Moorebank

23rd January 2018

Discover the Moorebank suburb guide. From where to eat in Moorebank to what to do with the family in Moorebank.

What does it take to build a community to stand the test of time? How do you know where people will love in future generations?

It takes bold thinking, vision, passion and commitment to quality and care in every little detail. It also takes years of experience. For 45 years Mirvac has listened to, and learnt from, our customers. We know exactly what it takes to build a brilliant community.

Currently we are designing hundreds of homes across the country, in suburbs we know people will love to live. Find out what makes our suburbs some of the best in their state.

Brighton Lakes at Moorebank was designed by Mirvac’s in-house architecture practice, Mirvac Design. The community is nestled in a tranquil location adjacent to one of Sydney’s most beautiful golf courses and the Georges River. It is a premier lifestyle estate in South-Western Sydney. Here are our top 5 must dos.


Each home in the Brighton Lakes community is just a short stroll to the 18-hole Brighton Lakes golf course. The brand new club house has a restaurant and cafe, which makes eating out for breakfast,


Brighton Lakes runs adjacent to the banks of the Georges River – a popular waterskiing, jetskiing and boating destination. It’s also the perfect place for a spot of kayaking or canoeing, with many scenic picnic spots along the way.


People travel from all over Sydney to eat in Cabramatta and Liverpool, both melting pots of international flavours and cuisine. For residents of Brighton Lakes these buzzing centres are a quick drive away.


It’s easy to indulge in a little retail therapy at either Moorebank Shopping Centre and Westfield Liverpool. Moorebank is less than three minutes away while the recently refurbished Westfield is just a 4 kilometre drive.


The new Brighton Lakes walking and cycle tracks loop around native Australian flora and calming natural waterways. A perfect way to start or end the day.


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

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