Frasers Property Australia is officially transitioning up the iconic Keperra hillside with the second release of elevated homesites at The Quarry to meet buyer demand, as purchasers embrace the opportunity to live in one of the largest urban transformations in Brisbane’s history.
Spanning 48.7 hectares just 9.5 kilometres from the CBD, the $500 million masterplanned precinct is transforming the Keperra Quarry into Brisbane’s most elevated community, featuring a mix of about 500 home and land sites, Rothelowman designed terrace homes, extensive placemaking and shared resort style amenity.
Scott Ullman, General Manager Queensland Development at Frasers Property Australia, said interest on release two remained strong and featured a selection of 20 level lots, ready for home construction in by mid-2024.
“Release Two is the first collection of homesites that transition up the hillside of The Quarry and with that comes sweeping views of the D’Aguilar Range and beyond,” Ullman said.
“It’s also positioned close to the recently completed cliffside staircase lookout, which has become a popular exercise destination akin to the iconic Kangaroo Point Cliffs, and only a two-minute walk to ClubQ.
“ClubQ is the heart of The Quarry community, offering elevated, luxury resort style amenities for residents to relax, indulge and entertain, including an entertainer’s kitchen, dining room, event spaces, library and work zones”.
Other ClubQ amenities include a 25m lap pool with an adjoining sun deck, sunset lounges and a generous green oval ideal for family occasions. Two additional resort-style walk-in pools with an integrated waterfall and kids splash and play area, and a private wellness centre featuring a fully equipped gymnasium and meditation room will form part of the precinct’s future amenity.
Ullman said future homeowners would be immersed in the landscape and history of The Quarry, while at the same time contributing to the rewilding of the hillside.
“More than 40 per cent of the community is dedicated to existing bushland and newly curated green spaces, resident amenities and nature play spaces, alongside more than 100,000 new plants and trees in a true mission towards regeneration,” he said.
“Homes will front tree-lined streets and beautifully curated landscapes. It will be unrecognisable as a quarry in the fullness of time.”
Located in Brisbane’s north-west, Keperra is an established suburb with strong demand for new housing supply due to its proximity to leading schools, healthcare and major transport infrastructure.
The existing Keperra Quarry, which mines granite, has operated for more than 60 years and will progressively curb operations as the development of the residential stages advance.
The lots in release two are priced from $585,000.