Heron Park offers picture perfect lifestyles.
Homesites are selling fast in the new release at Heron Park Estate, in Harrisdale. Secure your relaxed lifestyle that's in tune with the natural environment before it is too late.
Heron Park is quite unlike any of the established or new estates nearby, with a peaceful, healthy and sustainable standard of living for residents along with the unique and beautiful physical environment of the area.
The homestead – Bakers House
Bakers House opened in March 2008. The 500m² granite stone homestead was originally built by Jim Baker in the 1970s. The Baker family set out to create a colonial dwelling with recycled materials from the Kellerberrin Hotel and the Mogumber Bridge.
The building has now been magnificently restored and currently serves as a Community Centre catering to a wide range of community needs. It will be an important focus of the various social, child care and community development activities carried out for and by Heron Park residents of all ages.
Inside the homestead
Conserving the rich natural heritage
At Heron Park the human community will live in harmony with the diverse and valuable community of flora and fauna that identifies Heron Park as a natural wonderland. Heron Park is designed to allow the many migratory birds, water birds, and all native fauna, great and small, to thrive together without threat.
The Estate has been created around a number of unspoilt and protected conservation areas, which are home to dozens of birds including its namesake, the magnificent White Faced Heron, and a host of other native flora and fauna.
A Waterwise approach to our most precious resource
All Heron Park gardens will have waterwise native plants, shrubs and drought-tolerant turf which requires less precious water to thrive and remain attractive. This substantial initiative ensures a minimum water saving of 40% per annum.
Each garden will be reticulated using a combination of the very latest sub-surface irrigation in the garden beds, and the leading ‘large drop’ sprinklers for all above-the-ground reticulation.
Heron Park Estate features an industry best practice drainage system utilising bioretention swales in public open space areas to control storm water run-off.
Our aim is to create cleaner rivers and streams, maximise reuse of storm water through aquifer storage and recovery, protect and enhance the wetlands and create an attractive aesthetic public amenity.
Water Awards Winner
Satterley Property Group was proud to be presented with an award for Management of Water Resources at the 2008 Department of Water and Water Corporation Water Awards for the waterwise initiatives in place at Heron Park.
One of the ways UDIA promotes best practice in urban development is through the prestigious UDIA Awards for Excellence. These awards recognise the ‘best of the best’ in urban development and are decided each year by an independent panel of judges based on extensive criteria. Satterley Property Group was pleased to accept the award for 2010 Winner for Environmental Excellence at Heron Park.
Excellent educational facilities
There are many highly respected schools in the area, including Carey Baptist College, North Canning Vale Primary, Ranford Primary, Forrestdale Primary, Campbell Primary and Thornlie Christian College, Canning Vale College and Murdoch University are also just a short drive away.
The Estate is served by Nicholson, Warton and Armadale Roads, and Wright and Mason Roads. This network gives you the choice of easy access to either the many attractions of the Perth Central Business District or the coastal city shopping, dining and entertainment options offered by Fremantle and its nearby beaches.
There will soon also be the opportunity to drive to the Park and Ride facilities on the new southern rail line at Cockburn Central.
Southern River Shopping Centre, Bullcreek Shopping Centre, Livingston Marketplace Shopping Centre and the substantial Gateways Regional Shopping Centre and Cockburn Central are also just a comfortable drive away.
Whatever experience you’re looking for, from restful peace and quiet to stimulating recreation, there’s a facility or resource nearby.
Enhanced lifestyle options
Those who choose to live in Heron Park will be drawn to its focus on enjoying a sustainably close living relationship with the natural environment and the many other creatures who share this unique and special home.
But within this group who share a common approach to life, there will be a vast range of individuals, couples and growing families, all of whom are catered for within Heron Park.
The homesite sizes range from 350m2 to 870m2 and there’s carefully planned provision for an interesting and practical mix of different homestyles and the different lifestyle each affords.
Although diversity is encouraged throughout Heron Park, there will be a uniformly strong emphasis placed on ensuring the quality of all residences is consistently high and complementary to the Estate’s ideals and aspirations for generations to come.