Bentleigh, Carnegie and Malvern East real estate home owners with children have a wealth of great amenities nearby – from expansive parks to great schools.
From Bentleigh's Hodgson Reserve and Victory Park to Malvern East's Hedgeley Dene Gardens, there are plenty of places where families can be involved in the community.
A new council initiative called the Living Together Schools Arts Project is another plus for school students in the area and it's just another reason why real estate in Bentleigh, Carnegie and Malvern East is such a popular option.
Glen Eira City Council announced the initiative on February 10.
The initiative is designed to foster community engagement by "showcasing what cultural diversity means to students", noted the council in a statement. It's pitched at all primary- and secondary-level students in the Glen Eira region. The council has invited these students to "create an artistic banner that reflects what cultural diversity means to their school."
Glen Eira Mayor Neil Piling announced that the end goal is to "create a fantastic, colourful mural of banners that demonstrates the multicultural vitality of the City."
The project is sure to excite its participants as the final works will be part of the council's A Cultural Bazaar event that runs during March's Cultural Diversity Week.
Families interested in securing a home in these desirable suburbs should get in touch with helpful selling principal Matt Hurlston at Ray White Carnegie.