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FAQ

How old is The Hunt Club?

In 1997, the Dennis family purchased the land which later became home to The Hunt Club. Initial development of the estate commenced in 2000.  However, The Hunt Club's legacy began in 1853 and it moved to Cranbourne in the 1920s.

How many families live at The Hunt Club?

The Hunt Club is presently home to approximately 4,000 people.

What are the Community Fund grants all about and how can my organisation be involved?

The Dennis Family Corporation awards annual grants of $500 or $1,000 to local groups through The Hunt Club Community Fund. Application forms can be obtained each year from the Land Sales Office at The Hunt Club or via the estate website at www.huntclub.com.au. To be eligible, applicants must be not for profit organisations which have been operating in the Cranbourne 3977 postcode area for a minimum of 12 months.

When will our Shopping Centre be started?

Council permit approval has been granted for Stage 1 of a retail complex measuring approximately 6,000 square metres in area. Tenancy negotiations are progressing with a major supermarket and 10-15 specialty shops.

Do we have Body Corporate fees?

No, there are no Body Corporate fees imposed at The Hunt Club.

Are both local schools fully operational and are they Government or private schools?

Cranbourne East Primary School and Cranbourne East Secondary College are state-of-the-art new Government schools which opened in February 2011 and share a number of common facilities including a gymnasium and theatre. After being limited to Year 7 in its inaugural year, the Secondary College added Year 8 to its curriculum in 2012 and Year 9 in 2013.

When will the train station be operational?

The State Government’s ‘Victorian Transport Plan’ proposes a train station to be built at Cranbourne East. No further details, such as when this would be constructed and open, are as yet available other than to say it is a medium term project. For further details about the Victorian Transport Plan, go to http://www.transport.vic.gov.au

Is The Hunt Club a multicultural estate?

The Hunt Club is home to a diverse multicultural community and provides a welcoming, family-friendly environment for its residents.

When will the entire estate be completed?

It is currently anticipated that the remaining balance of the estate would be progressively released and developed through to its expected completion in 2015.

Do we have another estate starting nearby?

The project manager of The Hunt Club, the Dennis Family Corporation, has another estate in planning which is located nearby in the Clyde North area. Development of this future estate is expected to commence around the timing of the completion of The Hunt Club.