Brompton is a thriving community by Wolfdene, now home to over 3,000 residents. Located in Cranbourne, Brompton is a real-life green utopia with over 18 hectares of open space, parks and wetlands. Living here means always feeling inspired. 10+ kilometres of interconnected cycling and walking trails run through the site, creating moments to explore and interact with the landscape.
But it’s not all green fields: Brompton is established and thriving. Local community spaces include Little Wolf, Brompton’s own café serving up specialty coffee and seasonal local fare. Nearby, local parks are equipped with picnic and barbecue facilities, an all-ages playground, and outdoor gym equipment. Brompton even has its own shopping centre in the works.
Brompton is an accredited sustainable community planned and designed around the site’s natural features—a model example for walkable neighbourhoods. Surrounded by parks, wetlands and waterways, the future shopping and town centre will be connected via bike paths and walking trails throughout the site.
The neighbourhood is also serviced by dedicated bus lines for a local drop-off around Cranbourne and Frankston, or to the nearby train stations. Brompton enjoys direct connections to local medical centres, community services and sporting amenities, all accessible by bus or bike. Not far afield, locals can get competitive playing golf, football, cricket, rugby, tennis or netball at Casey Fields.
The day-to-day is streamlined at Brompton, with easy access to transport and local conveniences. But forget the concrete jungle. Living here means freedom to hit the pause button—with plenty of opportunities to escape the daily routine.
Go from brunch and grocery shopping to a relaxed afternoon picnic at Cranbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, exploring the beautiful Australian native landscapes. Placed between coast and city, a great experience is never far away. Whether it’s a drive down the highway to a casual beach escape, or lunch at a local winery, with the Mornington Peninsula only 30 minutes away.
Brompton is planned around the site’s natural features, 18 hectares of parks and wetlands. The community also enjoys direct connection to local schools, medical centres, shopping, dining, community services and sporting facilities.
Brompton’s pocket parks are considered for each neighbourhood precinct, with picnic and barbecue areas, and sensory play areas to suit family members of all ages and abilities.
Being within the Cranbourne and Langwarrin catchment area means being surrounded by first-rate primary and secondary schools, as well as libraries and childcare centres.
Brompton has its own town centre in planning, which will include a supermarket and local services. The local and surrounding area offers plenty of brunch spots to catch up with friends and family.
Brompton’s Little Wolf Café is located on Encore Boulevard, at the Brompton display suite. Open Monday to Sunday.