Community Features

Heron Park estate is a safe, healthy, vibrant and well-connected estate that will be home to around 4,600 residents when it’s complete.

To cater for that growing number of residents, Heron Park is surrounded by a range of education and schooling options in and around Harrisdale. This includes the $15million Harrisdale Primary School opened in 2016 and caters for students from kindergarten through to grade six. The $61million Harrisdale High School is planned to open in 2017 and will grow annually by an additional year until it reaches grade 12 in 2022. There are also a range of nearby primary schools, colleges and Murdoch University.

If you love the great outdoors, you’ll love Heron Park. A quarter of the estate has been set aside for natural bushland or open space. There are also landscaped family parks, picnic areas and conservation zones.

$6.3million has been invested at this multi-award winning estate in landscaping and bringing in the delivery of ‘green’ boulevards. For the kids’, there’s a $130,000 adventure playground that features a 28-metre long flying fox, two 4-metre high tree houses connected by a suspension bridge with access net and ladder, an obstacle course featuring a rope bridge, balance beams, and wooden stilts and a birds’ nest swing.

Local sporting facilities include three full-size ovals, multi-purpose hard courts, cricket nets and sports pavilion. The $51million Harrisdale Shopping Centre has; Aldi, Woolworths and 30 specialty stores. Other nearby shops include; Livingston Marketplace Shopping Centre, Southern River Shopping Centre, Bull Creek Shopping Centre and Cockburn Gateway Shopping City.

And when you make Heron Park estate your new home, you can meet your neighbours at the outdoor movie screenings, music nights, healthy lifestyle workshops, outdoor fitness classes, family fun days, community get-togethers, welcome functions and night nature walks. Heron Park estate in Harrisdale is the smart choice for your next home.

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