Introducing the Forest Ridge Address
Wake to the sound of native birds, your new neighbours at Forest Ridge, one of Springfield Rise’s first residential addresses. Bushland views will be a part of daily living with White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Estate right next door.
A bushland corridor also extends along Tree Top’s western edge connecting the conservation park to Springfield Central and bringing nature even closer to home. Hike south under eucalypts to Crewes Creek, a special wildlife haven that’s home to koalas, rock wallabies and other wildlife. Or cycle north to Springfield Central for your morning commute to the CBD from Springfield Central railway station.
Your new life is ready when you are with schools, shops, childcare centres and parks already nearby and the district’s biggest sporting fields planned within walking distance. Local roads link directly to the neighbouring Tea Trees community in Springfield Lakes.
Four schools sit just across Grande Avenue, the main entry road into Forest Ridge, (Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School, Springfield Central State School, Springfield State High School and St Peter’s Lutheran College Springfield), with a new primary school for Springfield Rise planned. The University of Southern Queensland’s campus lies just beyond the schools, not far from the future neighbourhood centre.
Forest Ridge gives you family living at its finest.