Natural waterfront living, minutes away from Victoria, B.C.

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In Colwood, we celebrate the waterfront. Known for its remarkable natural setting and quality of life, Colwood is a fabled location nestled between the Esquimalt Lagoon and the Salish Sea. Pathways and driving routes easily interconnect with the surrounding communities and downtown Victoria, with restaurants, shops and amenities in close proximity.
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Two Waters is fortuitously situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, at the edge of the Salish Sea.

As a hub of the community, Two Waters is within easy walking or driving distance from everything you need to make your life easier. Pick up the kids on the way home from work, or grab a bite to eat at one of the local cafes. Designed in harmony with the environment, Two Waters is also steps from nature, so you can easily get outside to do the things you love.
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Community living that’s easy and enjoyable – right in the heart of nature.

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With miles of breathtaking beaches, Esquimalt Lagoon is a prime spot for birdwatchers and kayakers.

A gem on Vancouver Island, the Esquimalt Lagoon has a rich geological history that has left behind a unique saltwater lagoon, abundant with wildlife and fauna. One can explore miles of beachfront, marked by views of the snow-capped Olympic Mountains and the city of Victoria beyond. You can spot gulls hunting for shellfish, bald eagles resting on treetops, or snowgeese stopping on their way to points beyond. Perched above the lagoon are ancient Douglas firs, some of which are hundreds of years old.

Esquilmant Lagoon Nature Guide

Esquimalt Nature Guide

Exploring the lands around Esquimalt Lagoon, one finds an abundance of flora and fauna.

Esquimalt Lagoon and the Royal Rhodes Forest are home to a natural riparian corridor that links these two ancient ecosystems. Upland, one finds coniferous coastal forests that are lush with firs and cedars, with an understory of vibrant plant life. Closer to the waterfront, horsetails and cattails find a home in the marshes, as well as native plants and edible offerings.