A place for
families to grow

Pinnacle is situated in Delacombe – a charming part of Ballarat that combines a sense of history with all that’s best in modern living.

Within walking distance of Pinnacle

DTC is quickly becoming one of Ballarat’s most popular shopping destinations. With over 800 parking spaces and a huge range of quality retailers available to choose from, Pinnacle residents will find shopping and socialising a breeze.


Akita Sushi
Bake & Grind
Chill Espresso
Country Roasts
Delacombe Mini Mart
Delish Kebabs & Fish & Chips
Dr Fill
Griffin Burger
Jiang Nan Noodle House
Meadow Gardens Country Club
Nature’s Fresh Juice Bar
The Groove Train
Wendy’s Milk Bar
Wild Bean Cafe


Cutie Nails beautician
Delacombe Mini Mary
Kaiserkraft Arts & Crafts supplier
Leon’s Chinese Massage
The Butcher Club
Direct Chemist Outlet
Delacombe Family Dental
Just Cuts Hairdresser
National Hearing Care
Quick Fit Health Club
Wash ‘N’ Wear Laundry

Future Community Centre

Residents can look forward to a planned community centre being built on site soon. This will be a state-of-the-art facility brought together in line with community consultation and council input.

Why Ballarat?

Ballarat has been described as a “mini Melbourne”, without the traffic, the exhaust fumes and the hefty property prices. This gracious gold-rush boom town combines a sense of history with all that’s best in modern living. As Victoria’s largest and fastest growing inland city, it boasts outstanding healthcare and educational facilities, including its own university. It’s a lively city, with great cafés, parks, sporting facilities and entertainment for all ages. Perhaps that’s why it has been named among Australia’s top 10 most liveable cities and No. 2 in Victoria – ahead of Bendigo and Geelong.*

In Australia, there’s a move to the country. People are looking for more affordable homes and a more relaxed lifestyle. With many embracing flexible working arrangements, it’s easier than ever to seek out a better life beyond the big city. This has seen more and more people from Melbourne either move to or invest in Ballarat homes.

In response to this, the State Government is investing additional funds in the city, committing $461.6 million to redevelop Ballarat Base Hospital, $100 million to upgrade train lines and $47.8 million to build a GovHub office for 600 public service positions being relocated from Melbourne. The development of an industrial estate to Ballarat’s west has attracted potential commercial investment, including a proposed $300-million waste-to-energy facility.

While investments like this will promote jobs growth in Ballarat, many choose to commute to Melbourne either daily or several days a week. There’s a choice of frequent train services or easy freeway driving. Even getting to the airport is easy with a shuttle bus to Tullamarine airport providing 138 weekly services from Ballarat train station.

Here you can enjoy an active lifestyle, impressive annual event calendar, quality education, and easy transport options to Melbourne or the surf coast.

Community Facilities

Ballarat Cook Club
Bonshaw Early Learning Centre
Delacombe Primary School
Goodstart Early Learning 


Her Majesty’s Theatre
The Arty Gallery of Ballarat
Victory Arch
Sovereign Hil

Sports & Recreation

Ballarat Aquatic & Lifestyle Centre
Ballarat Golf Club
Ballarat-Redan Cricket Club
Victoria Park Football Club
Delacombe Sports Centre


• Alfredton Primary School
• Ballarat Clarendon College
• Ballarat Grammar
• Ballarat High School
• Delacombe Community Kindergarten
• Delacombe Primary School
• Loreto College
• Federation University
• Lumen Christi Primary School
• Phoenix College
• St Patrick’s College
• Urquhart Park Primary School


• 22 hectares of parkland including cycling and walking trails
Alfredton Recreation Reserve
Ballarat Botanical Gardens
Doug Dean Stadium
Haddon Common Bushland Reserve
Kensington Creek Park
Lake Wendouree
Lions Gate Reserve
Morshead Park
MR Power Reserve
Victoria Park

Ballarat is growing strongly and you can grow with it