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Environmental Commitment


At Serenity 4212, every property is designed to encourage the landscape and architecture to sit side-by-side as natural neighbours. Both developers, Keylin and Kinstone Group, are dedicated to delivering projects that compliment the natural landscape and make the most of Queensland’s sub-tropical climate.

Serenity 4212 is no exception, having brought on the best local consultants to create a sustainable community residents are proud to call home. A critical aspect of this is the seamless integration of the surrounding environment and social history to showcase Serenity 4212’s distinct features in their best light.

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Fringed by mature trees and the thriving greenery of the neighbouring parklands and nature reserve, home layouts blur the division between indoor and outdoor spaces, while lush community parklands blend beautifully with the natural setting.

A stroll down the landscaped streets immerses you in birdsong, fresh air, and striking landscape views while the modern mix of facades encourages the landscape and the townhomes to integrate and appear as quite natural neighbours.

Serenity 4212 Land Dedicated to Coombabah Nature Reserve
South Stradbroke Island
Southport Broadwater
Lake Serenity
Navigational Lock offering direct ocean access from Lake Serenity
Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area
Saltwater Creek
Coombabah Creek
Careel Reserve
Coombabah Lake
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Serenity 4212 is home to a very strong boating community and is perfectly located to take advantage of some of the best waterways in South-East Queensland, being only 1.6km upstream from Coombabah Creek which feeds directly into the Southern arm of the Coomera River and into the Southport Broadwater.

Serenity offers a navigation lock that provides direct ocean access from Lake Serenity. The navigation lock can accommodate boats up to 15 metres long and 4 metres wide, with a draft of up to 1.5 metres, it takes approximately 5 mins to get through.

The navigation lock is an essential part of the Serenity-Oyster Cove Lakes’ hydraulic system. This system consists of another lock in Oyster Cove and a series of interconnected pipes and valves, which allow tidal waters in the adjoining Saltwater Creek to circulate through both lakes. This ensures excellent water quality and maintains the health of the lake’s ecosystem. The lock also serves the purpose of maintaining a stable water level in the lake, by attenuating the tidal effects from Saltwater Creek.

The Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area is an important coastal wetlands and migratory waterbird and fish habitat. It is part of the internationally significant Southern Moreton Marine Park and is registered in the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance.

Serenity 4212 represents a unique integration of a natural setting and modern community living — a return to nature without leaving the city’s conveniences behind.