Be surrounded by a vast network of landscaped parks, recreation reserves and sporting facilities for a lifestyle of fun and fitness for everyone – all within a short distance of your new home.
Take delight in exploring your very own Botanic Ridge Walk with its lush wetlands and open green parklands. Let your four-legged friend run free at the local Sparks Court Reserve Playground with its toddler friendly play equipment. Discover the amazing native bird and animal life that have made Stringybark Picnic area their home. This bushland haven, just 11 minutes away, is perfect for picnics, BBQs and family hikes. Feel at one with nature as you walk the meandering trails where native flora flourishes and kangaroos and wallabies have been known to make an appearance.
Community sport is a high priority in your locality and Casey Fields, the premier outdoor sports facility in Melbourne’s South-East, is your one-stop destination. This 88-hectare site is home to many sporting codes and a thriving hub for beginner and advanced sport opportunities. No need to travel long distances for training and matches, as Casey Fields is just 12 minutes from Botanic Ridge. An additional drawcard is the unique Playspace with its climbing net and bridge, adventure playground and interactive art sculptures that inspire the imagination.
For BMX and skateboard enthusiasts, The Shed Indoor Skatepark in Cranbourne East is the place to be. A challenging range of equipment, a skate shop and café makes it is a popular leisure option for young thrill seekers.
Situated right in Botanic Ridge is the Settlers Run Golf & Country Club Championship Golf Course. Become a member and take advantage of all the facilities including the 25m pool, gym, sauna and tennis courts. Spend time with your golfing buddies enjoying a cocktail on the Deck or indulge your love of the best local produce at Vue Bar & Restaurant on site.
Take in the seasonal beauty of the award-winning Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne anytime of the year. A showpiece of Australian flora, the kaleidoscope gardens are a series of ever-evolving landscapes. With over 10km of walking tracks and six km of cycling paths, the gardens are a great family day out and the best way to appreciate the diversity and significance of our Australian native plants.