Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy

Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy

You heard right, Australia's first private indoor waterpark has now opened for residents of Melbourne's Jubilee Estate in Wyndham Vale. Over the weekend, residents of the community joined the development team for the official opening of the state-of-the-art facility, named Club Jubilee One.

The multi-million dollar development is the first of its kind, breaking the status quo of traditional residential amenity. Club Jubilee One took 18 months to construct and features a three-lane 25-metre lap pool, a leisure pool, a 'learn-to-swim' area, toddler's splash zones, two impressive water slides and a junior play pool with water cannons, ground sprays and fountains. 

Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Designed by Baldasso Cortese Architects, and realised by McCorkell Constructions, the team will now hand Club Jubilee One over to specialist waterpark operator, Bluefit, to manage the leisure facility. A Learn to Swim programme will be available for both adults and children to ensure the inclusive enjoyment of the facility by all residents. Club Jubilee will also include a fully-equipped gymnasium with a training room dedicated to group fitness classes and Yoga.

Entrance to any of the three planned leisure centres within Jubilee Estate will be available to all residents via the homeowner's association. The extensive leisure amenity offering came about due to the developer's commitment to fostering holistic lifestyles within the Jubilee community. 

"Our commitment is to create a unique community for current and future residents at Jubilee, and the completion of Club Jubilee One is the first step in our journey towards building a community with true heart and soul, whereby our facilities act as a central hub for residents to meet and socialise."

Daniel Smith, Lotus Living General Manager

"At Lotus Living we are about the people, and with this at the forefront of everything we do, the Jubilee community has been designed for family fun and a healthy, happy lifestyle to ensure we can create a truly cohesive and self-sufficient neighbourhood for our residents."

What else does Jubilee Estate offer residents?

Lotus Living's 482-hectare legacy project will include a 5.4-hectare town centre, with 8,000 square metres of retail and commercial space, as well as a 1.2-hectare neighbourhood shopping centre, 33-hectare employment zone and 88-hectares of open parklands. The landscaped parkland within the precinct will include picnic and relaxation areas, walking and fitness trails, children's playgrounds and barbeque facilities. 

Homes on offer include a complete range, from apartments and townhouses, to sections, to house and land packages.

What's in the pipeline for 2020?

Later in the month, Jubilee will open its doors to the new early childhood centre, Nido Early School. Children between the ages of 6-months up to school age will be able to attend the school, which offers a creative curriculum and features architecturally designed learning spaces. 

Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Australia's first residential waterpark: The house your kids will beg you to buy
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Lead image: Club Jubilee One render. Credit: Lotus Living.

Olivia Round

Olivia Round

Olivia Round is the Features Editor of urban.com.au. Olivia specialises in news reporting, in-depth editorial content and video + podcast interviews with industry experts.

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Jubilee Estate Lotus Living McCorkell Construction Baldasso Cortese Architects Bluefit

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