Home Inspector Wonga Park

We provide a professional inspection service for new home buyers, home owners and property investors buying an investment property. It is our mission to provide the best building inspector service and experience possible to all of our clients. 

Buying a house is one of the biggest purchases you’ll ever make, wether you are buying a new home or buying an investment property,  before committing, it’s crucial to first determine whether it’s a smart purchase. After all, you wouldn’t buy a pair of shoes without trying them on first, or a used car without taking it for a test drive. To ensure the  new home you wish to purchase is structurally sound and hasn’t succumbed to pest infestation, or hidden termite damage  organise a pre-purchase inspection with Casey Building Inspections. We provide independent, comprehensive building and pest inspections in Wonga Park and other nearby areas.

Upon completion of the home inspection, we provide you with a comprehensive building  report which details our findings, both good and bad. With this information, you can then choose to opt out of the transaction completely, negotiate a fairer sale price if appropriate, or move forward with the home sale as planned.

Location Data

Wonga Park
Wonga Park is a locality within Greater Melbourne, beyond the Melbourne Metropolitan Urban Growth Boundary area, 29 km north-east from Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Manningham. 
Area: 9.1 km²
Postal code: 3115
Location: 29 km (18 mi) from Melbourne
Population: 3,833 (2011 census)
LGA(s): City of Manningham
State electorate(s): Croydon; Evelyn; Warrandyte
Federal divisions: Division of Casey, Division of Menzies


Wonga Park is bounded in the west by Jumping Creek, in the north by the Yarra River, in the east by Brushy Park and Old Homestead Roads and in the south by Holloway Road.

The name comes from the Wonga Park grazing property, which itself derives from Simon Wonga, elder of the Wurundjeri indigenous people of Melbourne. The area was part of Mooroolbark until the 1890s.

In 1889 the Wonga Park property came into the hands of an insurance company and, along with other holdings, the land was sold by the Wonga Park Land Co. Four years later, when small settlements were a way of relieving unemployment after the failure of the land boom, about twenty members of an Eight Hours Pioneer Memorial Association took up small holdings on a former timber reserve.

In 1895 a primary school first opened, called Warrandyte East, but later changed to Wonga Park in 1898. The area was a mixture of orchards and grazing properties and timbered land. Most smaller properties had been started with income from firewood that came from clearing the land.

Eight Hour Pioneer Settlement Post Office opened in 1902, was renamed Wonga Park around 1907 and closed in 1989. It reopened in its current location in 1994.



Get the Assurance You Need With Our Range of Services

In addition to carrying out independent pre-purchase inspections in Wonga Park, Casey Building Inspections can also provide you with:

  • Termite inspections
  • Pre-purchase inspections
  • Handover reports
  • Special-purpose reports
  • Vendor inspections

Give us a call or, email us at [email protected], or complete an online enquiry form to receive a prompt response from our friendly team.

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