Gorgeous Swinburne Gardens

Burwood Road is a contemporary, high-end development near Auburn’s bustling village, boasting the captivating Central Gardens in tranquil surroundings, and nestled within Victoria Road Reserve’s natural environment. These impressive townhouses benefit from generous space across sun-lit levels and modern, open planned kitchens and dining areas that open up full-width courtyards – perfect for family and friend get-togethers. The style these townhouses is further enhanced with street frontage and exclusive driveways.

Hawthorn East at its best

This superior development is perfect for investors and homeowners, especially for young families due to its close proximity to the Kew Private Schools and the popular Auburn South Primary School, as well as a range of secondary schools. Outdoor lovers can take a walk or bike ride into one of the local parks (Cato, Anderson and Fritsch Holzer), while shopping fans can gain easy access to Camberwell Junction, Tooronga Complex and Hawthorn itself.


The development of Hawthorn in the 1880s spread a wave of growth to Hawthorn East where many homes and mansions of historic and architectural significance were built on top of the hill surrounding Harcourt Street. The Miravor team collaborated with Leigh & Orange (architects) and Jennings (builders) to build these townhouses in the 1990s, lending a sympathetic ear to tradition and keeping in sync with surrounding architectural influences. Today, the historic Hawthorn East is a thriving, contemporary and prestigious community.

Other Completed Projects

Mc Kean Street

This development delivers the complete city-edge family experience or work-from-home lifestyle. Each grand property has been designed with an abundance of light and space, with garage accessed from a rear laneway.

Sandridge Bay Towers

One of the first projects taken on by Miravor in the mid-1980s and one of the first apartment complexes constructed in Port Melbourne.

Briar Hill – Storage King

One of the largest commercial, self storage companies in Australia.