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March 14, 2020
If you’re looking for houses for sale near Brisbane our latest release at North Harbour, Stage 37, is well worth considering. Stage 37 is nicely situated in North Harbour, with a north easterly aspect and located adjacent to our eco-corridor and open space.
This area provides plenty of walking tracks and parkland to explore and is just a short distance from Habitat Park which includes two off-leash dog areas, playground, fitness equipment and wetlands. Stage 37 also offers easy access to our new riverside Heritage Park and mountain bike trail. Lot sizes range from 400m2 – 618m2 with prices starting at $239,000.
Stage 37 includes a limited opportunity to buy one of our popular 3-bed, 2-bath terrace homes which offer the ultimate in lock and go lifestyle. For further information on our houses for sale near Brisbane please contact our sales team at the North Harbour Sales & Information Centre and Display Village which is open 7 days a week 10am-5pm on the corner of Buckley Road and Fraser Drive, Burpengary East or click here to contact us.
And, if you’re interested in visiting Display Homes near Brisbane, our huge Display Village has 31 designs available to view. North Harbour’s Display Village is the biggest and best on the north side and includes designs from 16 of Australia’s most experienced and professional builders:
For more information about the builders and designs at North Harbour Display Village and the houses on display including an interactive map, please click here. If you’re looking for homes for sale near Brisbane then a visit to our Display Village is a must! North Harbour’s Sales and Information Centre & Display Village with café and two playgrounds is open seven days a week, from 10am to 5pm. To find out more about our available land for sale sign up for our email updates and find us on Facebook and Instagram (@northharbourliving).
North Harbour is a thriving community offering plenty of recreation and lifestyle options for everyone in all walks of life from first home buyers to retirees.
Food & Dining
North Harbour Café is in the Sales Centre building and is open 7 days a week, offering light meals, snacks and beverages, and hearty breakfasts on weekends.
Opening hours are:
Bite Markets at North Harbour is an outdoor dining and entertainment precinct which is open 4pm-10pm every Friday and Saturday night offering delicious cuisine from over 40 flavour makers.
Fun & Fitness
North Harbour Mountain Bike Trail is set along 6km of North Harbour’s beautiful scenic river frontage in the Heritage Park area. The track is open 6am-sunset every day, year-round.
Held at 7am, every Saturday, North Harbour parkrun is a free 5km cross country run / walk around the Caboolture River in our Heritage Park. North Harbour parkrun is a great way to explore the open space and parklands at North Harbour.
Sunrise Yoga in the Park: 7am every Sunday (8am in winter), Sunrise Yoga in the Park is a free, hour long class to suit all levels in Reflections Park.
Five Parks to Enjoy
Village Park and offers plenty of space to play, play equipment suitable for older and younger children, BBQ and picnic shelters, and free Wi-Fi.
Reflections Park is adjacent to Raff Creek Eco-Corridor on Mornington Parade. With play equipment for younger children, Reflections has plenty of space to explore and is also the home of our free weekly yoga class, Sunday Sunrise Yoga in the Park.
Further along Mornington Parade, Riparian Park is aimed at older children and has a flying fox, heaps of play equipment, fitness equipment and half basketball court.
Habitat Park offers two off-leash dog areas with doggy play equipment, play equipment for kids, fitness equipment, BBQs and shelters and wetlands and is located on Normanby Crescent.
Heritage Park is located along the banks of Caboolture River and is a community attraction listed in the Queensland Heritage Register which has been created in partnership with The Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology. The historical aspects of this area have been combined with a vast expanse of parkland including pathways and tracks for use by residents and visitors, allowing everyone to enjoy our slice of Queensland history and the beautiful Caboolture River. The heritage remains have been carefully preserved and will be available to view and enjoy by the general public in perpetuity.