A Rich Heritage
Refined, Visionary, Distinctive
Few modern residential enclaves can trace their roots in the local community back to the 1850s.
The name Tullamore has played a significant role in Doncaster and surrounds for 160 years, consistently representing the highest aspirations in lifestyle. From country estate to renowned golf course, this site continues to inspire.
First built for Sir Thomas Naughton Fitzgerald, a pioneering medical professional in 19th century Australia, Tullamore will retain its significance and elegance in this new community. The original homestead’s stately presence and sweeping views of the neighbourhood and district presents a unique asset and opportunity for the entire community.
Once known as the Elephant House, The Stables at Tullamore add further character and individuality to this location. Planned to become a destination in itself, The Stables conjures potential opportunities such as a café, art gallery, or even a wine bar. Built by the original owner to house his prized racehorses, the charming architecture and beautiful grounds will be admired by locals and visitors alike.