Our communities had much to celebrate over 2021
The community came together for their Blokes’ BBQ in June, proudly presented by the City of Rockingham and Baldivis Parks, and for the Plant a Seed, Grow a Community event in May.
Baldivis Parks also launched their PARX Townhomes in September.
Baldivis Grove’s Plant a Seed, Grow a Community event got residents involved with the Baldivis Community Garden. And for the neighbourhood’s littlest members, was the Baldivis Grove Eggs-cellent Easter.
East Green achieved an impressive sell-out within 7 months of launch.
Helping contribute to Frasers Landing’s strong community spirit was a number of resident events, including a Craft Beer and Pizza Night, the Emergency Preparedness 101 Workshop and the 2021 Frasers Landing Neighbour Day.
Residents of Port Coogee lent a hand on World Ocean Beach Clean Up Day to help keep their coastline looking pristine.
The community re-launched earlier this year, with construction recommencing as well.
The Berwick Waters parkrun has been going strong, with over 70 runners and walkers from around the community participating every week to smash their personal bests.
Burwood Brickworks’ very first residents moved in this year. Welcoming them into the community was the Meet Your Neighbour event, held onsite at Acre Farmhouse Restaurant in May.
The community re-launched in June.
Five Farms launched publicly with its first precinct Hillsmeade in October. The community’s Sales & Display Centre also opened in the second half of the year, with more works currently underway on site.
International Women’s Day celebrations were held at The Grove in March. Throughout the year, the Bush Bus has provided a place for parents and young children to meet neighbours and connect with nature.
Life, Point Cook
Easter came early to Life, Point Cook on World Neighbour Day.
The much-anticipated Club Mambourin opened its doors to the community’s first residents in August.
This new acquisition will include a retail centre, as well as a collection of townhomes and apartments.
The Parkside Gardens Resident Association’s Picnic in the Park brought the community together in September.
The Wallara Waters community came together for an early Easter celebration and to support the Good Friday Appeal. Also keeping residents and their little ones busy is The Bush Bus, a nature-based playgroup held weekly in the community.
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You may have spotted Central Park on Play School’s ‘Green Team’ series this year.
Eastern Creek Quarter
Within this project’s first year, it has achieved both the highest Green Star rating and has been certified by the GBCA with a 6 Star Green Star Design & As-Built rating - marking the centre as a world leader in sustainability.
Construction has started on stage 2 of the project, ECQ XL, with the first sod turning occurring earlier this year.
The Ed.Square Town Centre came to life in April and has since been a hit with locals and residents alike.
Fairwater’s tremendous community spirit saw events like Clean Up Fairwater Day, the Fairwater Central Park Tour and the International Women’s Day Celebration take place, as well as the renovation of the Fairwater Community Herb Garden.
Construction of Sydney’s next great urban neighbourhood is now well underway, with Stage 2 design of the village green and community centre progressing. Midtown also celebrated its 400th sale since launching in October 2020.
A project spanning a decade has come to a close. The community’s final home has been settled, marking Putney Hill as officially completed. Approximately 2,000 residents now call the neighbourhood home.
The Waterfront, Shell Cove
2021 has been a huge year for The Waterfront, Shell Cove. The Shell Cove Boat Harbour officially opened to the ocean, while Shellharbour Marina, The Waterfront Dining Precinct and Tavern will come to life later this year. Shell Cove experienced incredible sales success achieving well over 200 sales and recently welcomed the first apartment residents to the community.
Jack Stone from Bee One Third Honey ran a workshop for current and future residents of Brookhaven. Residents also came together for Meet the Developer Day, Clean up Brookhaven Day and the Easter Driveway Chalk Competition.
Brunswick & Co.
Brunswick & Co. is Frasers Property’s first Build-to-Rent project and will be taking shape in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.
Now sold out, Minnippi Quarter welcomed its first residents to their new homes.
From level 10 of Hamilton Reach’s brand new Riverlight North building, Queensland’s Deputy Premier Steven Miles and Beach Volleyball Olympian, Nat Cook, announced Northshore Hamilton as the home of the 2032 Olympic Games’ Athletes’ Village.
This new community will span over 3,016 sqm when complete, comprising of a mix of high-quality apartments and terrace homes
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The Waterfront, Shell Cove
Brunswick & Co
Keperra (coming soon)
Newstead (coming soon)