One of the side streets you pass is Goldentree Drive. On its corner with Billanook Way is the Goldentree Reserve. This is well worth a diversion as it contains a lake, which is normally active with water birds.
At almost every intersection a roundabout slowed all traffic, which would make it a quiet and safe area to live in, or to take a suburban stroll. The roundabouts were quite large and most were planted with low growing shrubs, adding to the verdant environment.
If you are a keen gardener, I recommend frequent walks along the streets in relatively new housing estates in the outer suburbs. Almost all the gardens have been landscaped rather than evolved over time and you can get some good ideas for your own plot.
Want a big back yard? Then have a small front yard.