FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where is Serenity 4212 located?

Serenity 4212 is located in Helensvale which is one of the fastest-growing regions in Queensland. Helensvale is home to some of the Gold Coast’s best waterfront homes, award-winning golf courses, retail and restaurant precincts. There is easy access to shopping, schools, universities, medical facilities, the M1 motorway and is 45 mins from Brisbane Domestic and International Airport and 40 mins from Gold Coast International Airport.

With a variety of local and regional shopping opportunities, food and dining amenities as well as the local area’s highly regarded boating and golf facilities, residents can enjoy the benefits of living on the Gold Coast’s North Shore. Gold Coast beaches and M1 motorway access are readily accessible.

What is the design philosophy behind Serenity 4212?

Serenity represents an opportunity to take the best elements of the Gold Coast lifestyle and contemporary architecture and combine them into a single luxury residential refuge, with exemplary design that supports the Gold Coast lifestyle. Every property is designed to encourage the landscape and architecture to sit side-by-side as natural neighbours.

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. Being nestled between the 19ha Lake Serenity and the beautiful Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area has made this an easy task.

Who is the developer behind Serenity 4212?

Serenity 4212 is the first joint venture project on the Gold Coast for Brisbane-based developers, Keylin and Kinstone Group. The developers are backed by a combined project portfolio of $250 million in SEQ, with Keylin alone boasting $100 million through residential projects in Hope Island in the past three years.

Keylin is renowned for its collaborative, honest and innovative approach to developing residential communities in Australia. They design, develop and deliver the very highest quality residential property opportunities to owner-occupiers and investors. Keylin is a strong business advocate for investment opportunities within South-East Queensland. Previous townhouse projects developed by Keylin include Park Cove Hope Island, Palladium Hope Island and Arnica in Carina. As well as a multitude of other residential land subdivisions, commercial and residential projects.

With over 60 years of combined experience, Kinstone Group approach every development as an opportunity to create better places to work, live, and interact – to build communities that add lasting value to the local landscape. By managing the entire development process, they deliver better value, higher quality, and a more personalised service to their clients. Kinstone Group has completed multiple townhouse developments including Aluna Rochedale, Solaris Rochedale, Gum Tree Parks and Silkyoak Park in Runcorn. Other projects include land subdivisions, apartments with retail and speciality stores, and hotels, one of which is the 4.5-star Novotel South Brisbane, which won Australia’s Best Tourism & Leisure Development at the 2020 Innovation and Excellence Awards. 

What facilities are available to Serenity 4212 residents?

Each precinct has its own facilities for residents exclusive use.

Will residents have access to the NBN network?

Yes, Serenity 4212 is an NBN ready community.

Are there schools nearby?

Serenity is close to leading private and public schools – A.B. Patterson College, Coomera Anglican College, St Stephens, and Helensvale State School. The Southport School and St Hilda’s School are also nearby and operate a private school bus service to the area.

What is public transport like in the area?

There are multiple bus stops on Helensvale Road, with one located outside Serenity 4212’s main entrance. Both public and school routes operate through the area. 

There are also plans underway for new rail stations to be added to the Gold Coast Network, the closest being Hope Island Station, to be located on Hope Island Road and is just a 12-minute drive from Serenity 4212. Work on Hope Island Station is scheduled to start in 2022 which will expand options for easy travel within the Gold Coast, as well as to Brisbane. 

What shopping centres are nearby?

Serenity is within a few minutes drive to the Hope Island Marketplace and Hope Island Shopping Centre. It is within a 10 minute drive to some of the Gold Coast’s largest shopping centres, Harbour Town and Westfield’s Helensvale and Coomera.

Are there golf courses nearby?

Serenity 4212 is within a few minutes drive to internationally renowned and award-winning golf courses – The Hope Island Golf Course, The Pines and Links Sanctuary Cove.

Does Lake Serenity have boating access?

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 4212 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 Serenity lock.

What is the purpose of Serenity's water navigation lock?

While the navigation lock provides residents direct ocean access from Lake Serenity, it is also 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.

Data collated by researcher Colleen Coyne revealed that Serenity 4212 will be the only community in the northern Gold Coast to offer residents access to a lock-controlled waterway.