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Active Lifestyle Options in Greater Springfield

Greater Springfield is really a city where you can live, learn, work, and play. Greater Springfield has been master-planned so its residents can have the best lifestyle possible.

With its residents’ well-being in mind, Greater Springfield holds health and education as two essential pillars of the city’s development.

Residents have access to advanced medical services through the Mater Private Hospital and world-class education and training from The University of Southern Queensland.

Greater Springfield is also home to the renowned Brookwater Golf Course and with a third of all land dedicated for open space including parks, gardens and recreational centres, residents have ample choice in maintaining an active lifestyle. Visitors too can enjoy the Greater Springfield lifestyle - the Springfield Lakes Hotel offers fine dining and luxury accommodation.

With a fantastic variety of shopping, education, healthcare, residential estates and modern public transport services, our city is constantly growing and the Greater Springfield lifestyle just keeps getting better.

Better Quality Living

With a commitment to maintaining 30% green space across the emerging city’s 2,860ha, Greater Springfield living is better quality living. An obvious but well-needed benefit of green spaces for children is their ability to filter smoke, dust and air pollution, which are broken down by plant root system and soil microbes.

Green spaces also bring the family together and builds community. Robelle Domain, Orion Lagoon, and the wider network of parks and green spaces allow families to bond through enjoying picnics, water fun, and a wide range of sports including the world class Brookwater golf course designed by Greg Norman and walking trails together.

This abundance of greenery in Greater Springfield is incredibly beneficial for the whole community, but especially the younger generations.

Play has proven to be critical in helping children to develop muscle strength, coordination, language, cognitive thinking, and reasoning abilities. It also helps your children to interact and cooperate with others, laying the foundations for success in school and the working world.

Parks have also been shown to improve public health and relieve the stresses of city life as they provide outlets to exercise and improve physical health.

Discover more about our commitment to giving the Greater Springfield community ample access to public places designed for relaxation, exercise and play.