Keperra

Community Update

Welcome

Welcome to the Frasers Property Australia future Keperra community website.  A place for members of the community and other interested parties to keep up to date with how this Frasers Property project is progressing. Here you will find all the important details, including a frequently asked questions section and a number of useful resource links. If you can't find what you're looking for, and have any questions or concerns, our dedicated Community Development Manager is more than happy to assist.

As a developer, Frasers Property has created over 135,000 homes across Australia since we started out in 1924, putting our customers at the heart of our business. Over those years we've built a strong reputation as one of Australia's most successful diversified property groups, not to mention one of the most awarded. This has been achieve through listening to and learning from the people who live within Frasers Property communities, a collaboration that provides a strong foundation for creating thoughtful residential places.

Below are a few Queensland projects we have completed along with a number of brochure links to find out more about who we are and what we do.

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Transforming the Keperra quarry.

After almost 60 years, the Keperra quarry site will transform from an operating quarry to become a residential community with a range of homes, regenerated green landscape and private community amenity. We feel privileged to be developing a new piece of the Keperra community, bringing with us our wealth of experience in shaping new residential communities and places.

The quarry site was previously owned by Brookfield Residential, and you may remember their plans to develop this site into a masterplanned development with 700 homes. The team at Frasers Property have been working hard to create a new plan that will not only provide a proud community for future residents, but one that will also complement the surrounding Keperra area. The redevelopment of this space includes a number of key points to enhance the liveability for residents and the broader neighbourhood as outlined below.

 

A plan to enhance liveability

  • 1

    Green Space

    Over 45% of the overall site area will be green space, with a dedicated 14ha conservation area.

  • 2

    Regeneration

    Over 100,000 new trees and plants will be introduced to renature the degraded quarry.

  • 3

    Sustainability

    Targeting a 6 Star Green Star communities rating from the Green Building Council of Australia.

  • 4

    Product diversity

    A combination of residential types including land and terrace homes, providing a range of choice and affordability options.

  • 5

    Infrastructure

    Enhancement and activation of the Samford Road frontage to the site.

  • 6

    Re-zoning

    The industrial quarry use will be progressively reduced and completed over the life of the development.

Proposed Masterplan.

The unique nature of the Keperra site demands an equally unique masterplan. We've been working hard behind the scenes with a select group of architects on a plan to transform the existing harsh environment through landscape rehabilitation, with over 45% of the community transforming to green space.

At the heart of the masterplan will be the new recreational facilities. An exclusive place for residents to meet, relax and enjoy each other's company. This community space will provide a range of amenities - from generous grassed spaces, to a residents lap pool, gymnasium and a number of indoor and outdoor dining spaces. Ultimately the community will include approximately 550 new homes, being a mix of detached houses and terrace homes with a maximum height of three levels.

It's difficult to imagine this transformation from simply passing the site, however once complete, the homes will sit over a series of level building pads that step up the quarry, reaching an elevation of more than 150m above sea level, affording spectacular views across the surrounding mountain ranges.