Established in 1984, we have built a wealth of knowledge and experience over 35+ year period

“Waite Property Group” is a Property Development, Construction and Investment company; a father and son team collectively with over 35 years experience involving Land Development, Building & Construction, Project Management and Sales & Marketing.

Development Types

Property development is a broad industry with many different types of development. High quality, long lasting and sustainable developers operate within a niche, amounting experience and specialisation over a long period. During this time we have developed expertise in a number of development types within the Residential and Industrial space. When evaluating the highest and best use of a space we consider a number of elements including; local market factors, geographical, demographical, regulatory, liveability and end product aesthetics to name a few.

Project Management

Residential and Industrial Subdivisions

Greenfield and Englobo Subdivisions

In-Fill Developments

Multi-Dwelling Design and Construction

Current Projects

Below are projects that are currently under construction. If you are interested or would like to know more about purchasing or investing

Silver Leaves

Silver Leaves, Drouin is a multi-dwelling development placed within the stunning hills of Drouin in the heart Drouin Township. Only a walk from the main street, train station and the accompanying cafés, restaurants, shops and lakes and reserves, Silver Leaves, Drouin is the ideal location for a young family, local downsizes or anyone who is set for a tree change



Open-plan warehouses in a securely gated complex with excellent internal height, multiple access points, drive-through access, excess parking and mezzanine provisions makes your space suitable for any use including; storage, working spaces, warehouse & distribution or a simple escape to your very own man cave.


Allure on Hope, Bunyip

Allure on Hope is a boutique, high quality 10 dwelling site set in the sought-after Gippsland pocket of Bunyip. Within walking distance of Bunyip town centre, train station, cafes and retail shops. The historic architecture has changed little over the years, retaining its country atmosphere. Although still the centre for a farming district, Bunyip has become predominantly a residential town for hobby farms or a quiet country town lifestyle. However, with yearly events including its country music festival and the agricultural show, first held in 1900, Bunyip is an attractive destination for those in surrounding Gippsland and Greater Melbourne.


Our Partners

Throughout our journey we have developed strong standing relationships with providers that share our common values. High quality, creativity, reliability and consistency enable us, together with our partners to provide excellent product which stands the test of time.


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