The "Welcome to Hunterford" newsletter is a 4 page document providing useful information on the facilities and community services available for residents of the Hunterford Estate. It is mainly intended for new residents and Estate Agents are encouraged to give copies to new owners and tenants. Details of the major facilities are also given below.
These are for the exclusive use of owners and occupiers of Hunterford. Owners and occupiers may invite guests to use the facilities but must accompany them at all times. See specific information on the
Each Lot on the estate plus each apartment is entitled to have a community facilities key which will provide access to the swimming pool, tennis court and the 2 community centre toilets. These keys have been issued to lots requesting them. A lot may obtain a 2nd key or a replacement for a lost key for $50 with a limit of 2 keys per premises. Keys may be obtained from our Managing Agent (property owners) or from estate agents in the case of tenants.
If using one of the toilets, please close the door so that it locks when you leave.
The Community Centre can only be used between the hours of 8.00am and 11.00pm. Residents can check the availability of the Club House by sending an email to Check Availability
The maximum number of persons permitted to use the centre for a private function is 30. All bookings need to have a Booking Form completed and must be accompanied by a non-refundable fee of $20 in cash. Additionally a security deposit, being a cheque for $250, shall be paid when the Centre is booked. Both these payments and the booking form must be lodged with the Secretary at least 7 days prior to the booking date. The deposit shall only be refundable if the Centre is left in a clean and tidy condition. If not satisfactorily cleaned or if damage occurs, the security deposit shall be used to remedy the situation.
Residents may, with notice, book the Community Centre through the Executive Committee Secretary for functions which are open to all residents. No fees apply for these bookings. Residents may also request the Centre to be opened in order to play table tennis. Please contact The Executive Committee Secretary.
When the Community Centre is booked, a set of keys will be issued to the hirer, being a key for the Centre, 2 BBQ keys and a community facility key (common key for the swimming pool, tennis court and toilets).
Two gas barbeques are available for the use of residents. They require the use of a key to start them. As they automatically switch off after 10 minutes, it is necessary to keep operating the key at regular intervals.
There is also a power point located at the rear of each barbeque to enable another appliance or jug to be used on the barbeque.
No bookings are required, although the barbeques may be booked in conjunction with a function in the Community Centre.
After using the barbeques, please make sure they are cleaned, the lid replaced and the area tidied.
The pool can be used between the hours of 6.00am and 10.00 pm. All children 12 years of age and under must be supervised by a responsible adult resident who exercises control over them when at the pool. A resident shall ensure that his invitees or guests do not use the pool unless he or another resident accompanies them.
It is recommended that those using the pool shower before entering the pool. No alcoholic beverages are to be consumed in the pool area and no glass containers are to be taken into that area.
Access to the pool area is through gates which are fitted with key locks requiring use of the community facilities key.
Tennis court bookings can be made for 2 consecutive hours. Any residence may only book for 2 hour per week. Tennis court bookings are on the sheets on the Board on the Community Centre wall. Bookings can be made up to four weeks in advance.
Appropriate sports shoes must be worn when using the court and no food is to be consumed on the tennis court. Children 12 years and age and under need to be supervised on the court. No food or drink should be consumed on the tennis court.
Access to the tennis court is through the gate which is fitted with a key lock requiring use of the community facilities key.
The switch for the tennis court lights is located outside the Plant Room at the rear of the Community Centre. That switch must be physically turned off at the conclusion even if the lights have automatically switched off.
The playground can be used between the hours of 6.00am and 10.00pm. This is for children 12 years of age and under and they need to be supervised in the playground area.