The Hamlan Story
Hamlan Homes commenced trading in early 1983.
One of Hamlan’s first projects was the re-building of a Real Estate office at Aireys Inlet, which was destroyed in the ‘Ash Wednesday’ bushfires. It wasn’t long before Hamlan was asked to re-build other homes in the area, from Torquay to Apollo Bay.
Hamlan offered a range of affordable yet attractive ‘Holiday Homes’ (mostly cedar clad) which were very popular as replacement for homes destroyed, not to mention as home for holiday-makers and permanent residents alike.
Hamlan soon carved a niche along the Surf Coast and business grew strongly throughout the 1980s.
In 1989, Hamlan Homes began branching into other markets. This included suburban, brick veneer homes and various Government projects. Since then, the company has continued to grow, building Child Care Centres, Offices, Restaurants, Shopping Centres and Aged-Care Facilities.
A loyal, well-trained workforce combined with the enthusiasm to succeed allowed Hamlan Homes to flourish in tough economic times.
Hamlan Homes now constructs upwards of 300 homes annually plus various medium-density and commercial projects, making it one of the top builders of choice in Victoria.
Building from Craigieburn in Melbourne’s north through to Caroline Springs in the west, as well as Werribee, Point Cook, Greater Geelong including the Bellarine Peninsula, Surf Coast, Apollo Bay, Ballarat and Colac, the diversity in market penetration ensures a long-term future in the industry.
2010 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Renovations & Additions Project Over $500,000
Winner - Custom Built Home Over $700,000
Winner - Overall Renovations & Additions Project Of The Year
Winner - Regional Home Of The Year
2007 MASTER BUILDER AWARD WINNERS
Winner - Best Display Home $200 - $300,000
Winner - Best Sustainable Energy Home
2007 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Best Custom Built up to $250,000
Winner - Energy Efficient Home
2006 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Best Project Home, Western Region up to $250,000
Winner - Best Medium Density Project
2004 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Best Project Home up to $200,000
2003 MASTER BUILDERS AWARD WINNERS
Winner - Best Display, South Western Region $150-$280,000
Winner - Best Display, South Eastern Region under $150,000
2002 MASTER BUILDERS AWARD WINNERS
Winner - Best Display under $150,000
2002 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Most Energy Efficient Home
Best Project Home over $175,000
Winner - Best Medium Density
2000 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Best Display Home over $130,000
Runner Up - Best Display over $130,000
Winner - Energy Efficient Housing Award
Winner - Best Custom Built Home over $130,000
Winner - Best Small Commercial Project
1999 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Winner - Display Homes Under $130,000
Winner - Medium Density
Winner - Small Commercial Project
1998 HIA AWARD WINNERS - Western Victoria
Victorian State Award Winner - Best Small Commercial Project
Best Medium Built Home Under $100,000
Best Small Commercial Project Award