Living in Victoria, we are pretty spoilt with the range of destinations to surf and a handful of the top 10 Victorian surf beaches are on the doorstep of The Cape. The area is also home to a bunch of delicious eateries to grab a bite after you’ve caught a wave.
The Oaks is situated only a 3-minute drive from the Cape Paterson township, and this hidden spot is accessed from the Bunurong Coastal Drive, which offers sweeping views of some of Victoria’s best coastline.
Stage 1 at The Cape is nearing a sell out. To celebrate, two of our preferred builders, TS Constructions and The Sociable Weaver, are offering a limited time only discounted offering of sustainable, affordable house and land packages to future residents for these fast disappearing Stage 1 home sites.
The Cape enjoyed a brilliant turn out at our passata making day and the launch of some of The Cape's zero energy bill homes. We had around 600 at The Cape throughout the day, showing great interest in the 5 homes on display - homes that are super energy efficient, comfortable to live in, allow people to eliminate energy bills and experience the effortless gentle comfort of passive solar, carbon neutral living. Special thanks to all the team from TS Constructions, Beaumont Concepts, Adapt Design Group, The Sociable Weaver alongside many of our current and future residents, making the general public welcome and sharing information.
The Cape, just down the coast from Inverloch, will be launching two super sustainable homes that have eliminated their energy bills, as part of our passata making day this Sunday 11th March.
If you have been down to The Cape's community garden recently, you will have seen that our garden beds are bursting with organic tomatoes. With hundreds of kilograms already harvested over the past month and more still to come, we have decided it’s time to do some passata making! Come along to The Cape's display home to help (or watch) the big passata cookup.
WHEN: Sunday 11th March, between 10AM and 4PM
WHERE: The Cape – Periwinkle Place, Cape Paterson
We are excited to announce that works are underway for the construction of Stage 2 at The Cape, which is due to be completed in July with titled lots soon afterwards.
Stage 2 Ocean Views Release features some premium and extremely rare “family heirloom” coastal home sites with views over the beautiful Bunurong Coast and Bass Strait. These home sites can never be built out and overlook large areas of parkland, habitat areas and wetland as well as the community garden, with a short walk or ride to swimming and surf beaches.
Our civil contractor Sure Constructions are currently on site working on building the roads and wetlands, and will be installing services including NBN with high speed optic fibre to each home site. Stage 2 is pre-selling very well with close to 40% of this stage now sold. If you have been thinking of buying a high quality home site at The Cape, now is the time to secure one.
If you know about Victorian’s first 10-star home built within The Cape estate, you’re more than likely familiar with our friends at The Sociable Weaver who created this exceptional home.
The Sociable Weaver is a design and building company founded by Danny Almagor and Dave Martin, who shared the vision of creating a more sustainable construction and housing industry, changing the built environment for the better.
Dave is a leader in the construction industry, having been the recipient of Master Builder of the Year and featuring on Grand Designs Australia. Dave has a passion for high quality, responsible and sustainable design and construction.
Danny, the CEO of Small Giants, a company he started with his wife Berry Liberman strives to use business as a means to social and environmental change in our world. Small Giants brings together a family of businesses who all have a positive impact including; Dumbo Feather, Tom Organic, The School of Life, The Commons, Impact Investment Group, and many more.
The Bass Coast region provides an abundance of things to do and see all year round, much of which is right on the doorstep of The Cape. From stunning natural wonders to renowned local produce, below is a short list of things to do and see in the Bass Coast region when you are next in the area.
The Cape team is very excited to invite you to join us from 10 AM until 4 PM on Sunday 11th March 2018 for our Passata Making Day. We will also officially be launching two of Australia’s most innovative and energy efficient new homes, CORE 9 by TS Constructions and Beaumont Concepts, as well as Dune 1 by Adapt Design Group.
If you have a bike and a yearning for beautiful scenery, then the Bass Coast Rail Trail beckons. A short 10 minutes drive from The Cape, this rail trail was once a vital link for transporting black coal from the Wonthaggi coalfields to Melbourne and beyond, powering Victoria’s steam train network. Starting in the heart of Wonthaggi, the rail trail heads in a westerly direction past the historic coal fields, before crossing rural country with a view towards the coast, wind farms, wetlands and dunes. After a few kilometres the trail crosses the picturesque Powlett River before taking in wetlands and other beautiful watercourses.