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Live it up.

What does life, elevated mean? Let’s start on the second floor. Here, above the hotel-style lobby, is an infinity pool that overlooks the river. You could spend an infinity relaxing in its heated waters, and, once done, stroll to the fire-pit lounge to watch the view as flames snap and crackle.

Venture beyond the grounds, whether cycling for an hour or traveling for a month, and you’ll come to appreciate the secure bike and water-craft storage areas, as well as dedicated washing and set-down areas. Numberplate recognition and keyless entry, among other measures, keep everyone safe and sound.

“The intent is not just for us as the developer to be proud of it, but for the people who live there to be proud of it.”

Jamie Clarke

Megara

So much to do.

There are many places and spaces that are perfect for mixing with your fellow residents. Maybe a chat over a wine at the licensed café or a simple nod as you lay out your blanket for the outdoor cinema.

Over in the games room, pool cues are racked and ready to kiss seven balls into corner pockets. A fresh deck of cards gleams on the green felt of the poker table.

And for the truly competitive, Park Lane is crying out for a hotel development.

If you’re chasing fitness, the gym is well-equipped and features a sauna and yoga studio. If you’re chasing solitude, there are nooks and retreats to make your own for a meditative moment or two. There may even be a book on meditation in the book exchange.

Back to nature.

You’ll find even the greenery is elevated at Serai with cascading shrubs on private terraces, manicured gardens in and around outdoor thoroughfares and trailing plants on the healthy, living roof.

All of the green spaces including the nature reserve have been curated to reflect the cultural character of North Fremantle. There’s also the edible community garden for you to exercise your green thumb as you grow bush tucker favourites for the kitchen.

“Serai strives to create meaningful places for people that give back to the community.”

Michael Rowland

Landscape Architect