We’ve compiled some of the most asked questions at our sales suite, to help you gain a better understanding of Octave at Junction Village.
If your question isn’t here, feel free to book an appointment with our estate manager George who will be happy to chat about any questions you may have. Book here.
Why can’t I own a cat in the estate?
This is a council regulation and applies to all of Botanic Ridge, as well as Settlers Run Estate. This includes cats who are always kept indoors. These areas including Octave are close to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne. The gardens are home to many native and endangered animals, including the endangered Southern Brown Bandicoot. Cats are natural predators and are a danger to these native animals. Dogs and other animals are not considered a threat to these native animals.
Contact Casey Council for more information or view their webpage here.
What events can we expect from the gardens?
You can explore what’s on at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne by visiting the official website. They host a number of activities including tours, workshops and kids fun.