From wide open spaces, parks and playgrounds to cycling and walking paths, everything about Calderwood Valley inspires a healthy and active lifestyle. There are already four parks built in the community and upon completion, Calderwood Valley will feature over 200 hectares of open space, more than 35 kilometres of cycling and walking trails and three district parks.
A World-Class 6 Green Star Community
Calderwood Valley has achieved a 6 star Green Star rating under the Green Building Council Australia Communities Rating tool.
Green Star is an internationally recognised sustainability rating system. The achievement of a 6-star rating showcases that Calderwood Valley has satisfied and exceeded the requirements for accreditation in the categories of Governance, Design, Liveability, Economic Prosperity, Environment and Innovation.
What does living in a 6 Star Green Star Community mean for you?
No matter where you live in Calderwood Valley, you’ll find schools, parks, shops, cafes and facilities nearby.
Smart water metering and smart irrigation will be adopted to help identify water saving opportunities and reduce water consumption within Calderwood Valley.
LED lighting as supported by Council will be used in public areas and street lighting to assist in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
A number of initiatives such as increased tree planting densities and cool parking solutions will be adopted to reduce the heat island effect within the Town Centre where design allows and supported by Council.
Access to Education, Technology and Innovation
Calderwood Valley will deliver an ultra-high-speed Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) network by OptiComm. Residents will enjoy immediate access to a reliable, cost effective service, as well as access to Free to Air and Pay TV without the need for antennas or satellites.
Conveniently located to nearby childcare centres and schools such as Calderwood Christian School and Albion Park Primary School, there are also plans for Calderwood Valley's own childcare centre, primary schools and high school.
Belong to a community
Be part of a community that comes together for events such as “Meet Your Neighbour” days, Christmas parties, movie nights and more. Residents can also stay up to date with project milestones and community news through our Quarterly Resident Newsletter.
Feel safe and secure at Calderwood Valley. We’re committed to implementing smart initiatives in public sparks, space and infrastructure to protect the community.