Events at Fairwater | 21 October 2018

Fairwater Block Party

Family fun for young and old at Fairwater Block Party

It’s party time at Fairwater this month.

With over 1,000 residents now calling the community home and construction of the project more than halfway completed, Frasers Property Australia believes a celebration is in order, so a fun-filled family party was set for Saturday October 20 from 12pm to 3pm.

Fairwater residents and visitors were invited to join in on the fun at the Fairwater Block Party with plenty of activities for young and old, including live performances from The Kami’s and special appearances by everyone’s favourite tradie Bob the Builder every 20 minutes. 

For the kids, there were jumping castles, giant outdoor games, face painting, a roving magician and balloon sculpting. 

There was delicious food available from Falafel Bros and the onsite café Two by Four to name a few, before finishing off with a gelato or a coffee.

Buggy tours of Fairwater departed the sales centre every 15 minutes so visitors can get a feel for the beautiful new community set on 38 hectares, with more than 9ha of open space, just 1km from Blacktown CBD and railway station. 

Fairwater staff also held information sessions in the sales office at 1pm and 2pm so visitors could learn more about the award-winning sustainable community. 

Visitors were also welcome to tour the fully-furnished display village showcasing the variety of housing styles on offer at Fairwater and voted for their favourite display home to be in the running to win a SMEG prize pack.

Dino Carulli, Sales and Marketing Director - Residential NSW, Frasers Property Australia said the Fairwater Block Party was a chance for residents to celebrate living in the picturesque, connected community and for visitors to see why 1,000 people already call Fairwater home. 

“Fairwater at Blacktown is one of Australia’s first 6-star Green Star Communities and has been recognised throughout the industry for its green credentials, architecture, parks, lake and bushland environment, which all contribute to a healthy lifestyle,” says Mr Carulli.

“The community has now grown to more than 1,000 residents who are enjoying their homes, the environment and the many free events and activities that bring the community together, including free exercise classes each weekday morning.”