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IT'S ALL HERE AT AURORA

Living in Aurora

Places to play, explore and connect

From exploring the wonders of nature in one of the many exciting parks, to bike trails, basketball and tennis courts, footy fields and waterplay, there’s something for every age and season at Aurora. There are so many places to connect within the community, explore them all to find your perfect fit

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Park life

For the young and young at heart, Aurora’s parks are full of fun and imagination. Treetops Park is a favourite for kids of all ages, with a challenging central climbing frame, swings, slides and mini trampolines. A large climbing frame includes rock climbing walls, slide and swings and there’s shelter and seating, BBQ and USB charging so you can make a day of it. There’s also shade from trees and shelters, seating, BBQ and solar trees for USB charging and WIFI. Adventure Park’s design was inspired by the stunning Aurora Australis and it’s conveniently situated across from the Sprout Hub Café. And this is just the start.

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Get active

Aurora is designed to get the family out and about, with lots of space to unwind, recharge or burn off some energy. Weekends are made for outdoor activities, with so many options at your front door. A friendly tennis match, a bike riding expedition along Edgars Creek, or catching up with neighbours on a morning walk. You can join your local community team on the footy oval or soccer pitch, or enjoy a spot of bocce. Get active and get involved!

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Connected with community

There are so many opportunities to be a part of the community at Aurora, from schools to sporting clubs and community groups. The Ganbu Gulinj Community Centre offers a range of facilities to Aurora residents including casual and regular room hire, maternal child and health services and playgroup for new mums and bubs. Host a party, meet new people and make lifelong connections in your local community.

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Connected with nature

Aurora is also conserving one of Victoria’s rarest native vegetations, Temperate Grassland, which has been long preserved by the Wurundjeri and Woiwurung peoples, the traditional custodians of the land. This natural wonder is yours to enjoy from Aurora’s trails and bike paths, with 14 conservation areas encompassing 25 hectares of native grasslands, rich with wildflowers and indigenous flora. Their colours mark the changing seasons, from lush green in spring and summer to red and brown through the cooler months, connecting you with the natural cycle of the earth.