PHOTO: The infinity pool. Source: Supplied

A FAMILY moved to Australia on humanitarian visas and claimed hundreds of thousands of dollars from Centrelink. Then they bought this.

INSIDE the lavish, sprawling estate at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Narre Warren, southeast of Melbourne, Ngouth Oth Mai and his family lived the good life.

The $1.5 million mansion, fully paid up, featured an infinity pool, a sauna, a cinema, a five-car garage, a pool table, massive bedrooms and sparkling bathrooms.

But how did a 22-year-old from housing commission flats on a humanitarian visa and Centrelink handouts pay for it all?