Sanctuary Springs Estate

Nestled in the established township of Leopold, a short 20-minute drive southeast of Geelong, Sanctuary Springs places residents at the gateway to the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula. Designed as a place for families to grow, this intimate community is an open and inclusive one. A central reserve offers a meeting point for residents, while nearby Gateway Plaza and a number of schools ensure that the country life doesn’t mean a lack of convenience.

Mollers Lane, Leopold VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Sanctuary Springs

Jutting out into Port Phillip Bay, the Bellarine Peninsula has been a favourite weekend and day trip destination for generations of Victorians. But as the urban areas of Melbourne and Geelong expand and transport links improve, the peninsula is now becoming a legitimate option for those looking for a more regular feeling of escape; who want to strike the ultimate balance between their personal and professional lives, all while living amongst nature and beauty.

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Sanctuary Springs Suburb Profile

The gateway to the Bellarine Peninsula, Leopold is at once a suburb of Geelong and an escape from it. Wedged between beautiful Lake Connewarre and the coast of Port Phillip Bay, a 15-minute drive east of downtown Geelong, here you’ll enjoy a life of peace and tranquillity. Surrounded by nature yet within striking distance of the office, Leopold has become one of the most popular destinations for Geelong residents looking for a tree change. The wineries, national parks and stunning coastline of the Bellarine Peninsula are on your doorstep, while Victoria’s surf coast is a quick 15-minute jaunt south. Closer to home, estates like Sanctuary Springs have been designed to make the most of Leopold’s natural assets, offering residents a life at one with nature, but that doesn’t skimp on modern convenience. To have it all away from it all, look no further than Leopold.