From all of us at Westbrook we would like to thank you for your support throughout the year and wish you all a very happy and safe festive season!
Our Sales Centre will be closed from 5pm 23 December and will reopen 10am 4 January 2021. And to celebrate the end of the year, we put together some of the highlights and fun blooper moments at Westbrook in 2020.
Whether you're a golfer, a foodie, a lover of the great outdoors or just looking for something fun to amuse the kids on the weekend, there’s no shortage of fantastic attractions and activities guaranteed to keep the whole family entertained, all within 30 minutes of Westbrook.
Here are our top five suggestions guaranteed to entertain the whole family this summer!
Hi everyone, we'd love to introduce you to Levan Lu - our wonderful Sales Consultant here at Westbrook, Truganina.
Today Levan answers all your frequently asked questions about Westbrook - the thriving master planned community that has everything you need right where you need it.
You'll enjoy all the benefits including great shopping, your very own train station, local schools, parklands and waterways, sporting facilities, land lot sizes and information on the latest land release.
Well, luckily for Westbrook residents in need of a little caffeine fix, Degani Bakery Café just down the road in Tarneit Central serves some of the best coffee in the Western suburbs!
A favourite with locals – and especially the team at the Westbrook Land Sales Office, Degani is our go to café of choice for its perfectly blended house-roasted coffee, not to mention mouth-watering sweet treats and light meals – just the place for a pick me up, no matter what time of day.
Making the decision to buy land and build your dream home is an exciting journey but it can also be a daunting process if you’ve never done it before. If you’re wondering when is the best time to buy land, the answer is now. Here’s some words from Liliana and Levan who will step you through what’s involved in buying, and the benefits of living at Westbrook.
All over the world, teddy bears have begun appearing in front gardens and windows and chalk rainbows have been materialising on suburban pathways, creating fun and adventure for little people in their neighbourhoods.
It is just one of the imaginative ways that communities are maintaining a sense of social connection despite social distancing during COVID-19 restrictions.
As the weather warms up, it’s important that we all prepare our homes for the unfortunate event of a bushfire. Simple things you can do around your home include, tidy up the garden, keep your lawns low, remove any excess rubbish, clear out gutters and have a hose that can reach all around the home. Click here to make sure home is “fire ready”.
Summer for many means, swimming, bbqs, beach cricket and fun outside. But there are days when going outside isn’t much fun and staying cool inside is the best option. Here’s our top tips on staying cool and beating the heat.
1. Close your blinds, especially for north and west facing windows.
2. Adjust ceiling fans, make sure your fans are rotating counter clockwise and pushing the air straight down.
3. Close doors that aren’t being used to keep cool air where it’s most needed.