Heron Park was masterplanned with families in mind, with its wide-open spaces, parks and playgrounds and sporting and community facilities.

In 2015, a $130,000 adventure playground was opened and 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. It also features picnic shelters, barbecues and open space for families to enjoy.

Local sporting facilities include three full-size ovals, multi-purpose hard courts, cricket nets and sports pavilion. A quarter of the estate is comprised of either natural bushland or open space with established hike and bike trails and walkways.

Created around a number of unspoilt and protected conservation areas, the estate is home to dozens of birds, including the White Faced Heron. If you’re seeking a unique nature experience Jandakot

Regional Park is nearby and offers a range of landscapes including banksia woodland, wetlands and rural remnants

At Heron Park you’re part of the community and there’s an ongoing calendar of community events including exercise groups, gardening workshops and nature walks.