During recent months Covid-19 has impacted the way we work and live. If you’ve been thinking of a lifestyle change, now is the time to look at Kingston Coast Ocean Grove. With proximity to beaches, wineries, shopping and facilities as

 
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Here’s what’s been happening in Kingston Ocean Grove & Kingston Coast Coast Stage 1 – Weather permitting, forecasted completion of construction early June 2020 – Upon Statement of Compliance, soil testing and land valuations can be conducted – Titles forecasted

 
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Kingston Ocean Grove – Stage Update March 2020 Here’s what’s been happening in Kingston Ocean Grove & Kingston Coast Coast Stage 1 All sewer and stormwater drainage is complete Kerbing is complete Water services & gas services installation is complete

 
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Careful consideration is given to the design and plant selection for Kingston Reserves. Indigenous plants and trees are carefully selected and used where possible. For example in the Stage 23 Reserve design trees selected include the Bellarine Yellow Gum, Drooping

 
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Footpaths for walking and children cycling are abundant, pathways around the lake and future connections give residents many leisure options. Future planned connections will feature paths to Kingston Park, the Ocean Grove Nature Reserve and eventually through there to the

 
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All new homes in Victoria must comply with the 6 Star Standard. This means it is compulsory for new houses, alterations and relocations of existing homes to have a 6 Star energy rating for the building fabric, plus a rainwater tank

 
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As Kingston is a relatively new development the best sustainable living design ideas are incorporated by planners. Underground powerlines reduce visual pollution, regular greenspace areas are set aside and street tree planting is a key feature. Most homes are 5/6

 
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Ocean Grove Nature Reserve

The Ocean Grove Nature Reserve is located just besides Kingston and contains the only significant remnant of native woodland on the Bellarine Peninsula as it was prior to European settlement. The reserve has great value for birds, plants, mammals and invertebrates. Extensive paths meander through the reserve.

The Friends of Ocean Grove Nature Reserve work to educate the public about the Ocean Grove Nature Reserve’s fauna, flora and habitat and assist in weed control, planting, protection of vulnerable plants and maintenance of the visitor centre.

 
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