Ormiston Grove is an ecofriendly land development designed to blend nature with lifestyle. A habitat corridor has been created, to retain the native trees and allow free movement of the local wildlife, mainly the resident koalas.
Ormiston Grove consists of 23 allotments ranging in size from 400 sqm to approx. 589 sqm. The site has a relatively flat elevation, which avoids higher building costs in relation to retaining walls and extra site costs. Frontages range from 12.7m to 20+m providing better scope for building and allowing space for boats, trailers and caravans. The habitat corridor creates a buffer between Ormiston Grove and Ormiston College, creating a wonderful natural environment. Public transport is within easy walking distance, with three bus stops nearby and Ormiston Train Station just around the corner.
The habitat corridor creates a buffer between Ormiston Grove and Ormiston College, creating a wonderful natural environment. This has provided a unique situation, where you can live amongst the koalas, in a natural environment, whilst still having all amenities at your doorstep.
Adjoining Ormiston College is seen as a huge bonus, especially with our modern busy lifestyles nowadays. Public transport is within easy walking distance, with 3 bus stops nearby, and Ormiston Train Station just around the corner.
Adjacent Ormiston Grove is the lovely leafy parklands of Hilliards Creek Park and Fellmonger Park. These parklands have walking and cycling trails, where you can encounter kookaburras, lizards, wallabies, platypus, koalas etc. Great sporting facilities along with picnic areas, BBQ facilities complete this natural environment, basically at your doorstep.
Ormiston is a leafy suburb situated on the foreshores of beautiful Moreton Bay between Wellington Point and Cleveland. This highly desirable area with its tree-lined streetscapes provides easy living with quality schooling, sporting clubs and public transport.
Plenty of open space and parklands compliment the area providing picnic areas with BBQ facilities, cycling and walking tracks, access to the bay and exercise equipment. Ormiston is well known for its wildlife, and resident koalas which are very active in this area.
For more information contact Todd Schultz 0439 613 098 or (07) 3266 8555.