Wolfdene strives to positively engage with the community through our Wolfdene Community program.

We run a calendar of events to enable residents and visitors to meet some of their neighbours, experience something new and enjoy their surroundings. It’s also an opportunity for us to come along, get to know people and chat about how we can make their neighbourhoods better.

In 2017, we’re working with local council and not-for-profit organisations to expand our investment in the community even wider to help address a range of key social issues.


Brompton Winter Solstice 2018

Brompton's Winter Solstice on Saturday 23rd was an evening filled with great food, entertainment and of course; an extraordinary bonfire.

The backdrop of rolling green hills complimented the buzzing atmosphere amongst purchasers, with many meeting and mingling with their soon to be neighbours.

As the night progressed, lanterns were decorated, with children taking part in the parade. This was a fantastic sight, with Brompton being lit up for all to see. The enjoyment only contunued; interractions with the local CFA and a fire twirling performance from 'the fire critters', kept the children smiling all night long.

Throughout the night, a clear sense of community was undoubtable. For this reason especially, we look forward to 2019's Winter Solstice at Brompton.



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A Weekend of Winners


A successful weekend for both VFL and VFLW teams in week 12; each bringing home the win. A successful weekend for both VFL and VFLW teams in week 12; each bringing home the win. 

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Water Safety Program


Wolfdene funded a much needed ‘learn to swim’ program for more than 70 local kids from Cranbourne West Primary. 

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Wolfdene joins the Wolfpack at Casey Fields


Wolfdene was proud to participate in the formal opening of the Regional BMX Track and Sports Cycling Pavilion at Casey Fields on Sunday 25th February.

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The Cranbourne West Wolves put the peddle down


The ‘Cranbourne West Wolves’ Human Powered Vehicle’ team will again peddle for glory at the annual RACV Energy Breakthrough event in late November. 

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Olympian Morgan Mitchell inspires City of Casey students


Fresh from a break after the World Titles in London, Morgan Mitchell (Wolfdene Community Ambassador) attended a number of local primary schools in the City of Casey to provide an insight into what it takes to be an elite athlete. 

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Wolfdene joins council and students to take out the trash


On a typically warm and windy spring day in Point Cook, Wolfdene joined forces with the Wyndham Council and students from nearby Featherbook College to collect 450 litres of rubbish from the ‘Saratoga’ wetlands.

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