Enjoy an abundant yet relaxed lifestyle second to none.
Ashbury is surrounded by plenty of local childcare, primary education and secondary education facilities.
Ashbury’s youngest residents enjoy a lifestyle second to none with Iona College, Geelong Lutheran College, Armstrong Creek School and Oberon High School just minutes away.
In addition to the existing childcare and schools in the local area, there are future childcare and primary education facilities proposed within Ashbury, making life just that much easier for Ashbury's future residents.
Need some retail therapy? When it comes to shopping Ashbury residents have their pick of a range of local shopping centres, such as the Armstrong Creek Town Centre, Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, The Village Shopping Precinct and the Geelong CBD to name a few.
A healthy, happy lifestyle is all about balance. Living close enough to work or school, where you can achieve a sense of community, yet far enough away that you can still enjoy your own space. The Dennis Family Corporation is actively involved with our local communities.
We host regular events such as Australia Day, Easter Egg Hunts, Park Openings, Christmas and other activities. Since establishing its Community Fund initiative in 2002, Dennis Family Corporation has distributed more than $750,000 in grants across its various residential estates in Victoria and South East Queensland. The Community Fund was introduced as a practical way of giving back to Dennis Family’s communities we create.
Explore a unique part of Victoria, with its own cultures, cuisines, and style. Enjoy gourmet local produce and cellar door tastings at any number of award-winning wineries and breweries in the area. Go horseback riding into the sunset on one of the ranches nearby or play some golf at a selection of golf courses on the Bellarine Peninsula. Whatever your desire, you can be sure it’s not far away.
The landscape is home to protected flora and fauna in beautiful conservation areas such as Hoopers Paddock. Ashbury offers a tranquil escape with many of the characteristic stag trees having been retained to provide important shelter for local wildlife and in recognition and preservation of Ashbury’s rich rural heritage.
Parks and reserves feature indigenous plantings that are sympathetic to the bush land heritage of the landscape. And natural materials such as timber, brick and brush fencing are featured to enhance Ashbury’s country character.