Frequently Asked Questions
Q - What house design can I have?
As a suggestion we have worked with our preferred builder to provide three designs which can be individually tailored to suit your needs
Q - "What does the Community Centre provide?"
There are dedicated consulting rooms for doctors’ visits, podiatrists, hairdressers, masseurs. Spacious areas for exercise or hobby classes, or events. Kitchen and bathroom facilities are also available
Q - "What about my privacy?"
Our plan takes this important aspect into account by allowing as much space as possible between the houses. Non intrusive environmental fencing will be allowed and the planting of suitable shrubs and vegetation.
Q - "Can I have my pet?"
Yes, as long as it is not a nuisance to other lot owners. You can have 1 small to medium dog up to 34kg in weight, 1 cat (spayed), a single cage with no more than 2 birds (no fowl/chickens).
There are no restrictions on guide or assistance dogs.
Q - "Can I keep chickens and have a veggie patch?"
You can't keep chickens, but you can have a veggie garden on your block
Q - "What fire safety precautions will there be?"
There is a 6 metre perimeter road to act as a low maintenance fire break. Hydrants have also been installed and the water main serving them remains under pressure at all times.
Q - "What costs will there be?"
There is a levy to cover the annual costs for the upkeep of all Common Areas of the Estate including the Community Centre. These will include Community Centre shire & water rates, insurance, water usage and the running costs of the amenities. Some of these costs will vary depending upon usage, but generally the cost per year is under $1000.
Normal home ownership costs: Shire & water rates, building & contents insurance, electricity and gas usage.