Wollert’s growth is underpinned by a great selection of schooling from early childhood to tertiary, supported by already established suburbs of Epping and Craigieburn. St Monica’s College and Mill Park Secondary in Epping are well-rooted in the Northern corridor as providers of quality secondary education, further supported by the presence of tertiary providers such as Melbourne Polytechnic (TAFE).
Other established education providers include:
- Craigieburn Secondary College
- Roxburgh College
- Harvest Home Primary School
- Epping Views Primary School
- Epping Secondary College
- Rose Garden Epping Kids Early Learning Centre
As part of the Wollert PSP (Precinct Structure Plan), The Patch community will encompass the Wollert Northern Local Town Centre with key amenities such as a small supermarket retail anchor, specialty retail, cafés, mixed use, office, secondary school and community centre, kindergarten, public space/plaza, diverse housing.
Co-located with a government P-12 Primary and Secondary School, community facility and local sporting reserves to cater to the everyday shopping and local service needs of residents in the north of the precinct. It is envisaged this town centre will be of a local scale which will complement the uses within the Major Town Centre and has the potential for residential or commercial uses above retail and community facilities.