Exploring the Estate

Laurier is designed to cultivate genuine community charm and deliver a high standard of living for its residents. A diverse assortment of homesites aims to suit the requirements of buyers at any age and stage of life. Budding young families who want to lay the foundations of their first house, second-home buyers looking for the space to build their dream home and downsizers seeking a reprieve from the hustle and bustle will all appreciate this dynamic modern neighbourhood.


A haven for established families, mature couples and those looking to plant the seed of their first home, Laurier has been created as a place that brings neighbours together, using parks and common spaces to maximise the opportunity for social interaction and friendly encounters. Safe, open areas invite children to partake in energetic play, while wide pathways are perfect for cycling and the walking of dogs.


Paying homage to the vast natural expanse of reserves and wetlands, Laurier’s masterplan embraces parks and other communal amenities as central features. Landscaped gardens incorporate a meticulous meld of local and native plants, shrubs and trees – a natural continuation of Officer’s picturesque countryside.

Where horses once roamed

Formerly known as Manor Park Stud, this lush country estate was a well-regarded equine facility and home to over 20 high-level horses. Laurier’s namesake honours a decorated warmblood dressage horse; a beautiful black stallion who lived on these grounds throughout his career and his retirement. The revered, prize-winning Laurier was trained to the highest standard and continues siring many promising foals.