Life at Waverley Parks Community
Set on the edge of the beautiful Hotham Creek, Waverley Parks in Willow Vale offers the most diverse and vibrant lifestyle. It has everything you could possibly want out of life, wrapped in a stylish, low-maintenance home package, set amongst the natural surrounds of the Gold Coast hinterland.
Waverley Parks is a community where you can let children play or explore, comfortable in the knowledge that they are not too far away. Waverley Parks is a place where families spend a lot of time outdoors. Treat your loved ones to a picnic by the creek. Or get together with the neighbours for a game of cricket in the park. Whatever you feel like doing, you won’t need to look outside your own neighbourhood.
However, if you feel like a change of scene, you can head for nearby Coomera, where you could visit a different park each day for a week and still discover new ones. In addition to children’s playgrounds, dog-friendly zones, picnic areas and BBQ sites, a number of the local parks take their sport very seriously. In addition to Coomera Sports Park, David Arbon Park and Ormeau Sports Fields, there is also Viney Park, which is very proud to be home to the Coomera Soccer Club.
Willow Vale is within easy distance of the Gold Coast family fun theme parks, national parks, beaches and waterways. Also don’t forget Mount Tamborine with its famous wineries, lookouts and rainforest walks.
Health, Education and Transport
Waverley Parks is well serviced by a comprehensive network of childcare facilities, public and private schools, TAFE and Griffith University’s Gold Coast Campus. A number of health services including six medical centres, pathology, pharmacies, podiatry and acupuncture are nearby. Gold Coast Hospital and Pindara Private are also just a short drive down the M1. Thanks to a government investment of $420 million, residents will see a new Gold Coast Rapid Transport System. In addition to catching the train, those walking, driving or peddling will appreciate the investment in new pedestrian pathways, as well the area’s roads, parks and reserves.