HISTORY
Saltriver Place is a location steeped in history.

The site is the former location of the Bridge Hotel (1855), the Michaelis Hallenstein Tannery (1860’s), the Port Phillip Mills Building (1921) and the first punt crossing of the Saltwater (Maribyrnong) River (1839).

The buildings, places and archaeological sites are a testimony to the role that the site has played in the early settlement of the area.
For a more indepth view ...
HISTORICAL IMAGES GALLERY
Click on the following links to view more historical images of the Saltriver Place site.
Heritage Precinct (Click to view)
The River (Click to view)
Excavations (Click to view)
3D FLYTHROUGH
File Size = 40.0 MB Click here to view the 3D fly-through animation of the Saltriver Place precinct including the Stage 5 tower where you will see the breathtaking night time City views enjoyed by these exciting apartments.
DID YOU KNOW?
Saltriver Place is located only six minutes from the heart of Melbourne’s CBD and only minutes from the Docklands.
If you’d like to be one of the lucky few to enjoy the unique lifestyle of Saltriver Place, there is much to be said for buying off the plan. Buying off the plan will save you thousands of dollars in Government stamp duty. Money, which we’re sure you’ll agree, you’d much rather spend on enjoying life at Saltriver Place.
  Privacy  |  Disclaimer |  Due Diligence Checklist © Saltriver Place Pty Ltd