Planned around the site’s natural features, Brompton is set among parks and wetlands. Waterways, bike paths and walking trails connect the town centre to its surrounds.


Stage Plans


  • Public Transport
  • Parks and Open Spaces
  • Education
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Shopping Centre
  • Medical Centre
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Wineries, Cafés and Restaurants
  • Public Transport
  • Parks and Open Spaces
  • Education
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Shopping Centre
  • Medical Centre
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Wineries, Cafés and Restaurants
Brompton Local Map


  • 45 minutes north to melbourne CBD
  • 11 Hectares of wetlands and waterways
  • 10 minutes to Casey Fields
  • 5 Local pocket parks within the site
  • 15 Minutes to 15 port philip bay
  • 30 minutes south to the mornington Peninsula
  • 10 + Kilometers of interconnected walking and cycling trails
  • 3500+ Residents will call Bromton home
  • On site retail center with shopping, lcocal services and a supermarket
  • more than 15% of the Brompton site is set aside as open space and wetlands
  • 1400+ Dwellings
  • On-site cafe located at the sales suite
  • On-site cafe located at the sales suite

Eat and shop Tick off the daily demands with minimal
fuss, even when you’re short on time.
The supermarket at Brompton’s shopping
centre will take the pressure off the usual
weekly shopping missions, whether it’s a
full pantry restock or a late-night ice
cream craving. The local and surrounding
area also offers plenty of brunch spots,
for when you're looking to steal a quiet
moment, or catch up with family and
friends while the kids are at school.

Going places Our community enjoys direct connections
to local medical centres, community services
and sporting amenities. Not far afield you
can get competitive playing golf, football,
cricket, rugby, tennis or netball at Casey
Fields. And if being a spectator is more
your thing, cheer on the rising footy stars
—the complex is also home to the VFL’s
Casey Demons. Brompton is serviced
by dedicated bus lines for a local drop-off
around Cranbourne and Frankston.

Education Little ones get tended to at one of many
nearby childcare centres. Nurture an early
love of reading at libraries in local and
surrounding areas. When it’s time to start
prep, you’re surrounded by Cranbourne and
Langwarrin’s first-rate primary and secondary
schools. Wolfdene gets involved too, from 
supporting the learn-to-swim program at local
schools to sponsoring the “Human-Powered
Vehicle” racing team, and introducing students
to yoga.

Living well Forget the concrete jungle: more than
15 per cent of Brompton is devoted to open
spaces for you to enjoy. Try out the new training
wheels or take the kids birdwatching down at
the wetlands, or wander around Cranbourne’s
Royal Botanic Gardens. Hit the pause button:
lunch at a local winery is always within reach
when you’re living 30 minutes from the
Mornington Peninsula. You don’t have to
travel far for a great experience.


The Urban Development Institute of Australia has awarded Brompton with Envirodevelopment accreditation. This reflects Brompton’s commitment to sustainability across all six categories including ecosystems, waste, energy, materials, water and community. For more information, please view the Envirodevelopment website to find out about their initiatives, which we are proud to uphold.



At Wolfdene, we strive to positively engage with our
communities through our Wolfdene Community program.
Wolfdene works with local council, schools and not–for–profit
organisations to address a range of key social issues within the
community. We run a calendar of family-friendly events to
enable our residents and visitors to meet their neighbours,
experience something new and enjoy their surroundings.