Building And Pest Inspection Warrandyte

So, you’ve found what could be your dream home. Congratulations! Now you just have to find out if it’s liveable. The perfect location means little if the home has become structurally weak over time, or has succumbed to pest infestation. Fortunately, Casey Building Inspections provides detailed property inspections in Warrandyte, Warrandyte South and surrounding suburbs. We can conduct pre-purchase inspections that will assess the quality of a property before you sign on the dotted line.

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In addition to conducting thorough building inspections in Warrandyte, we can also help with:

  • Pest inspections
  • Dilapidation reports
  • Hand over final reports
  • Special purpose reports

By requesting a property inspection, you’ll get a full report into the condition of the property as a whole. This will help you to decide whether to pull out of buying, negotiate a better purchase price, or move forward with the transaction if everything is okay.


Warrandyte is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 24 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Manningham. At the 2011 census, Warrandyte had a population of 5,520. Wikipedia
Elevation: 113 m
Area: 12.1 km²
Postal code: 3113
Location: 24 km (15 mi) from Melbourne
Population: 5,520 (2011 census)
Federal division: Division of Menzies

Warrandyte History

In 1851, gold was first discovered in Victoria, in Warrandyte, at Anderson’s Creek, by Louis Michel, the approximate location of the site is marked by a cairn on Fourth Hill, in the Warrandyte State Park. While some mining did occur in the area throughout the peak of the gold rush, it was not until the late 19th century, after gold discoveries reduced in the more popular regions, that the area around Warrandyte was intensively mined, particularly around Fourth Hill and Whipstick Gully. Some areas continued to be mined up until the 1960s. Warrandyte Post Office opened on 1 August 1857.

Clara Southern, The Road to Warrandyte, ca. 1905–1910
In the early 20th century, Warrandyte became a popular destination for artists of the Heidelberg School, who sought subject matter further into the bush. This led to the development of an artists camp and small colony. Though not as substantial as the older colonies at Heidelberg and Box Hill, several artists, such as Clara Southern and Walter Withers, who were associated with the Heidelberg School, took up residence in Warrandyte. Others followed, including Penleigh Boyd, Harold Herbert, Jo Sweatman and Gus McLaren.


Major bushfires have swept through Warrandyte throughout history, and the town was at the centre of the Black Friday bushfires in 1939, in which 71 people lost their lives. As well, the Black Saturday fires in Kinglake were 15 minutes away from North Warrandyte, in 2009. Major bushfires to have swept through Warrandyte include:

1851 – 6 February “Black Thursday”
1939 – 13 January “Black Friday”
1962 – 14–16 January


Warrandyte High School   Andersons Creek Primary School
Warrandyte Primary School

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Take advantage of our team’s wealth of experience by booking Casey Building Inspections when you need property inspections in Warrandyte, Warrandyte South and surrounding suburbs. Call our team today  to learn more or book our services.

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