Life in Edgebrook is about rediscovering traditional community values while enjoying all the comforts of a new home. It’s about spending time with family and friends in the park or keeping fit with a walk or jog alongside picturesque Clyde Creek and being close to all the everyday services you need. It’s about loving where you live and living a life you love!
Edgebrook brings all the comforts of modern living plus the convenience of being close to many established services. Three shopping centres with supermarkets are located within 8 minutes of Edgebrook.
Schools and childcare centres are close by together with places for fun and games, such as Casey 'RACE' Recreation and Aquatic Centre.
Edgebrook is a place that celebrates community. With our first residents moved in and many new families arriving each month, a real sense of community spirit is already emerging. Edgebrook will be a place where your neighbours soon become friends.
Located only 55km from the Melbourne CBD, Edgebrook at Clyde is close to an existing transport network that connects residents to the wider region. Whether you’re heading to Clyde North for a coffee, exploring the Royal Botanic Gardens at Cranbourne or taking the kids for some fund at Casey Fields, life at Edgebrook means you’re never far from the action.
Liveability is measured by the balance of lifestyle features available to residents, with proximity to services, neighbourhood feel and overall convenience rating high on the scale of sought-after lifestyle attributes. Edgebrook has been carefully designed to strike the right balance of all these qualities.
Find out what makes our Edgebrook community in Clyde the perfect place to live and grow.
Work-life balance comes easily for Edgebrook residents. Coming home to Edgebrook will mean ditching the city hustle and bustle for some fun family time in the spacious central park, taking a walk alongside Clyde Creek or keeping fit with the outdoor exercise equipment we will be installing. And don’t forget your four-legged friends, who will love a daily visit to the upcoming Edgebrook off-leash park.
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Edgebrook families are spoiled for choice when it comes to their children’s education. A total of 10 schools are located within 6.2kms drive of the community, including Clyde Primary School and St Peters College Cranbourne East Campus. Excellent childcare options are available for the youngest Edgebrook residents. For the older students, Federation University Berwick Campus and Chisholm TAFE are also handy to our community.
Everyone needs some retail therapy now and again. Edgebrook residents can choose from two supermarkets located just 5 minutes from home or take the family to Westfield Fountain Gate for more fashion, food and department store options. For a coffee with friends, try Volt Café at Stockland’s award-winning Selandra Rise community at Clyde North.
Edgebrook homes are only 1 minute from an established bus route on Pattersons Road while commuters can use Cranbourne train, which is a 12-minute drive away. Besides easy access to Berwick-Cranbourne Road, an upgrade to Tuckers Road will provide new north-south driving options for Edgebrook residents.
Located only 55kms from Melbourne, Edgebrook at Clyde is part of the Victorian Government’s South East Growth Corridor Plan. The plan includes the establishment of a major new town centre in Clyde which will be just a 1-minute drive from Edgebrook. An additional 86,000 to 110,000 new jobs are also forecast for the south-east, providing the opportunity to work close to home for Edgebrook residents.
With more than 65 years of experience, we know how to create amazing communities that maximise liveability for our residents.
Stockland’s regular Liveability Index Survey invites feedback on all aspects of our communities - measuring what matters to our residents so we can design new places like Edgebrook around what’s important.
Within the Edgebrook community is heritage house Wilandra. Wilandra is a prominent homestead that was built for the Clyde family who contributed much to the area's agricultural history. The house has stood on the same land since 1892.