Living In The Hunter

Located in the heart of Scone, Kurrajong Fields is a prime lifestyle offering for first home buyers, upsizing families and those looking for a spacious rural lifestyle. The picturesque country town of Scone is known as the horse capital of Australia, a town rich in equine events, quality and natural product production, thriving markets, lush bushlands. Create your dream home in a place that offers it all … location, lifestyle and living!

Kurrajong Fields location off Cockatoo Close, offers a peaceful city fringe location, set back from the New England Highway along with convenient access to the surrounding Upper and Lower Hunter Valley hubs including Maitland and Newcastle. Or take a trip to Sydney via the Hunter Expressway.
Scone offers both Catholic and Public Primary Schools near Kurrajong Fields with Scone Public School 5-minutes away and St Mary’s Primary School 8-minutes away. The closest high school is Scone Grammar School 5-minutes away on Guernsey Street, along with Scone High School located on Gundy Road. For those looking to extend their studies, Scone TAFE is within 5-minutes.
Access to health facilities can be a major consideration when looking for your new home. Rest assured Kurrajong Fields has the necessary facilities close by, with Scone Memorial Hospital just 7-minutes away on Liverpool Street. As well as Scone Medical Practice only 5-minutes from Kurrajong Fields for your family’s medical needs.
Scone has a bustling town centre catering to your everyday essentials such as the post office, supermarket, pharmacy and cafés, just 3-minutes away.
There are sporting options aplenty nearby Kurrajong Fields! Future residents can get involved with a variety of sports including rugby league, soccer, cricket, swimming, netball and equine sports all within the nearby community.
Kurrajong Fields is in the Upper Hunter Shire Council Local Government Area. You can find out more about the local Council here:

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