Community fun is serious business at Pebble Creek in south Brisbane, with custom leisure facilities scattered throughout the development.
At its heart is the 9.4-hectare Pebble Creek Parklands, adjacent to Flagstone Creek, which features an array of options to relax and play outdoors.
Ted Cronin, development director at Orchard Property Group, says the master-planned estate “offers an active lifestyle for all members of the family”.
“The first stage of the parklands, which is already built, includes a large play tower, flying fox, a learn-to-cycle area, and multiple barbecues, shelters and amenities,” he says.
“Stage 2 will include a full-size multipurpose sports field, mixed-use court, table tennis and off-leash dog area. Aside from the park there are also kilometres of bike and pedestrian linkages to surrounding areas.”
The community is in South Maclean, which is part of the Queensland Government’s Greater Flagstone Priority Development Area (PDA), between two future employment precincts at North Maclean and Bromelton.
Upon completion, the region will accommodate 120,000 people in over 50,000 dwellings, Cronin says.
“It will also include major retail and employment hubs. The area is currently seeing a tremendous level of investment with both Coles and Woolworths under construction and soon to open.
“New schools are planned within the PDA so there really is no reason to leave the local area,” he says.
Stage 1 at Pebble Creek included 46 lots, ranging from $145,000 to $190,000 and more than 60% have sold. Cronin says first homes in this stage will be under construction before Christmas.
Stage 2, which consists of 47 lots, will be released to the market in January 2020. Prices will range from $149,000 to $190,000.