Posts Tagged ‘ Sibaya Coastal Precinct ’

Family is our priority

With lessons learned in 2020, many of us have had to alter the way we live our lives daily. The new year presents the ideal time to reconnect and prioritise your family by spending more time together and having a bit of fun! With Gold Coast Estate focused on creating an environment for the family, we have put together a few activities you could do to get extra time together.

Cook together often

Get the family together and head into the kitchen! Cook up a massive storm or throw together a quick meal, you can involve all members of the family. Get the kids to lay the dining table or help chop up veggies in the kitchen with your supervision. This could be a great way to teach them culinary skills that can be appreciated later in life. Catch up and share stories about your week – and most importantly sit down and eat dinner together.

Spend time outdoors

Rally your sister, mom or the whole family together and head outdoors. The Sibaya Coastal Precinct is spoiled for choice when it comes to the range of activities, from the beach to safe coastal forest trails. This is not to mention all the activities you can get up to when you live within Gold Coast Estate; chill at the Clubhouse or get active at the sports facility. Spending time outdoors also brings various health benefits like reduced stress levels and a strengthened immune system.

Dedicated family night

Hosting a game or movie night is the ideal way to provide fun entertainment for the whole family. Board games like 30 seconds or Scrabble can be enjoyed by the whole family, often with an educational level where everyone can learn something new! Grab some popcorn and candy as you take some time to relax and indulge in a family-friendly movie together.

At Gold Coast Estate, you can take advantage of the ultimate family-focused lifestyle and amenities on offer.

4 reasons why we love Spekboom

Gold Coast Estate embodies the essence of a family lifestyle that thrives in an open, outdoor setting. With 180-degree sea views, this development promotes the growth and preservation of the natural environment. In efforts to maintain this, one of South Africa’s most popular plants, Portulacaria afra, affectionately known as Spekboom, is one of Gold Coast Estate’s latest additions to the landscape.

Promoting biodiversity and an extensive eco-system, we look at some of the benefits of Spekboom.

Beautiful once in bloom 

If you’re unfamiliar with this versatile shrub, you might not be aware that the Spekboom produces flowers. Over the period of spring and summer, this plant flowers vibrant rosy blooms that cover the plant in a burst of vibrant pink after a good shower of rain. These flowers attract a range of birds and bees that delight in its sweet nectar.

Fight climate change and air pollution

Spekboom is truly a magnificent plant that assists with climate change. Helping the fight against air pollution through absorbing carbon-dioxide from the air resulting in improved air quality and reduced carbon emissions. Through the absorption of this carbon dioxide, the process creates more plant tissue and produces more oxygen.

Low maintenance

As a low maintenance plant, Spekboom requires as little as 250 – 350mm of water to survive. The internal makeup allows this plant to survive in rough conditions and adapt to its surroundings and helps prevent soil erosion.

Long life

An age-old plant, Spekboom can survive up to 200 years old and grow up to 5m tall. As an adaptable shrub, it can be molded to your liking, spread out as a hedge, or kept as a small to medium size plant in a pot.

The team behind Gold Coast Estate are conscious about carbon emissions and know that having this unique plant interwoven into the landscape will create a healthy lifestyle and environment for residents and the holistic Sibaya Coastal Precinct.

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