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DECK THE HALLS Christmas home decorating ideas CELEBRATE THE SEASON Check out our event guide UNDER THE SUN Aquatic spots to enjoy this summer

WIN A $200 COLES MYER VOUCHER Crank out the Christmas lights to enter!

Welcome to Watagan Park Wanderer Magazine. Published quarterly with the seasons, inside you will find inspiring stories on living, creating and exploring your neighbourhood, along with local news and upcoming events. Enjoyed best outside with a cuppa!

At Watagan Park, we believe in the

We live for a safe and worry-free lifestyle,

outdoors and the lifestyle it has to offer.

and community is an important part

With the Watagan Mountains in the west

of that. To build a community, people

and Lake Macquarie in the east, natural

need to be outside, meeting neighbours

reserves, big backyards, trails, picnic

and joining the conversation, which

spots, lookouts, waterfalls, beaches to

is why we have designed Watagan

explore and mountains to climb, families

Park with integrating thoroughfares

have more opportunities to get outside

that connect each area of the

and live a healthy and peaceful lifestyle.

community, and nice, quiet streets for neighbourly cricket games.

Visit us... Sales Centre on corner of Whistler Drive and Armitage Way, Cooranbong

Open Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm and Sunday 9am to 5pm or by appointment 1300 888 888

Our new sales display office is also opening early 2020!

Tell us... We’d love to hear from you!

Whether you’d like to contribute to the next issue or have your say about what you would like to see in the estate, please email our Head of Marketing Kristy Lee at Proudly published by Johnson Property Group (JPG). JPG is one of the largest private developers of residential land in New South Wales. Combining a passion for creating vibrant and sustainable communities with a vision for the future.

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Merry Christmas Christmas is in the air around Watagan Park, and I can’t wait to see all the family celebrations that will be taking place in our community. To help you out with the season, we’ve put together an Issue that covers every aspect of the holiday, from Christmas lighting tips and a holiday event guide, to styling your home and baking some festive treats! We were also proud to have sponsored this year’s Community Christmas Carols at Avondale School, bringing local families together to celebrate the joy of Christmas. It is the season of giving, and we really want

Watagan Park

Competition Win a $200 Coles / Myer voucher! Get into the festive season by taking part in Watagan Park’s annual Christmas Lights Competition. Don’t forget to register and decorate your house using our top tips below to win a $200 Coles/Myer voucher! To register, email Kristy at with your name, contact number and street address. Winners will be announced on Thursday December 19.

to encourage you to also get involved with the community over the holidays to honour this. Or even just committing some quality time to your family is a great way to celebrate the heart of Christmas!

Light the way

Just a few updates before we break up for the holidays. Watagan Park Housing World is taking shape, with three of the 16 display homes now open! Final touches are being added to Watagan Park’s brand new sales centre which will be completed in the New Year. The current sales centre will be closed over the break from Monday December 23 and reopen January 2. The team will still be available by phone or by appointment only. We’ve also just had a new local restaurant, 8 At Trinity, open up recently and we’re super excited to now enjoy waterfront dining that’s only 15 minutes away! If you have already been, let us know your thoughts using the hashtags #wataganparkwanderer #8attrinity. We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and can’t wait to show you what’s in store for 2020! Merry Christmas!

Keith Johnson, Managing Director Johnson Property Group

Read these top tips for adding festive cheer to your home using Christmas lighting! Add some sparkle with fairy lights Solar fairy lights come in a range of shapes, colours and flashing functions. Run them across your roof, pergola or fence, or try wrapping them around a tree or flowerbed. Make sure you use plastic clips or hooks when attaching your lights, rather than pins, nails or staples.

Brighten up your Christmas tree You can give your Christmas tree a whole new look this year with festive LED lights or rope lights. They’re waterproof, so you can also use them outside to add some colour.

Light the way for Santa Solar-powered festive lights are a great way to create a welcoming pathway for family and friends, or you can use them to highlight your garden beds.

Make your decorations larger than life If you really want to make a big impression, Bunnings has a fantastic new range of blow-up decorations in all sorts of fun, festive designs. They also come with LED lights inside so you can make them a feature at night. Head to for more Christmas decorating ideas! LIVE


A prosperous year for Watagan Park

Looking forward to 2020 is just as exciting, with many wonderful milestones planned to make our community even bigger and better than ever before. Housing World Watagan Park - Opening early 2020

With 2019 coming to a close, it has been great to reflect on how the Watagan Park community has grown and come together over the past 12 months.

McDonald Jones display homes now open

Housing World Watagan Park

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New families joined our thriving community

New blocks released in Stage 2.8 & 2.9

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New facilities including a park, walking tracks and landscaped water catchments

New display homes began construction in Housing World Watagan Park

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Watagan Park Editions of your Landscaping magazine the celebrated its first Watagan Park year of trading Wanderer

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Record-breaking interest rate drops



First home buyer and investor property seminar

Our brand new display village, Housing World Watagan Park, will be opening in the New Year! Home to 16 brand new display homes (3 are already open!) built by Australia’s leading home builders, the homes offer a range of quality single and double storey never released home designs unique to the Watagan Park lifestyle. Come and see what all the hype is about and get first glimpse at the latest design trends in décor, colours and layouts.

Watagan Park Town Centre We had a great response to our Watagan Park “have your say” Town Centre announcement earlier this year. Keep an eye out for updates on our Watagan Park Facebook page as they happen! Avondale School & Watagan Park Community Christmas Carols

Avondale School & Watagan Park Community Christmas Carols 2019

Community events With the recent success of the Avondale School & Watagan Park Community Christmas Carols, we look forward to being involved in more community events. From competitions for the best back yard, meet your neighbour nights and even a Children’s Easter Egg Hunt; to Best Halloween house, and our annual Christmas Light Competition. There will be plenty of local events taking place for everyone to look forward to in 2020.

New land release With 2.8 & 2.9 almost sold out, we are set to welcome up to 50 new families into our community in 2020! To keep the momentum going, we have a new stage being prepped and set for release in the New Year. Our new release will comprise of 47 near-level, fully serviced and retained lots, ranging from 451sqm to 818sqm; overlooking the natural Watagan Park surrounds. If you know of anyone who is eager to join the Watagan Park community, or perhaps you have been thinking of upgrading your home or investing while interest rates are at an all-time low, come and speak with one of our consultants and be first in line to secure your preferred block.

Affordability without compromise Invest in your family’s future and choose affordability without sacrificing lifestyle. Watagan Park’s Stage 2.8 & 2.9 release, adjacent to walking tracks, the nature reserve and the water catchment, offers you and your family ample space to flourish and the freedom to roam the outdoors. 35 families have already purchased in these two stages and are well on their way to enjoying a lifestyle surrounded by bush trails, picnics in the park and days on the lake. Come and see for yourself why everyone is loving these blocks with uninterrupted views overlooking the nature reserve. With the current low interest rates, up to $12,000 of free front yard landscaping and up to $8,000 of free façade upgrades, it’s never been more achievable to build your dream home at Watagan Park.

“It is value for money and a great community that we would want to raise our family in.” Lianna & Edmond, Watagan Park residents

“We wanted to start our family in this great community. The position of the block is so tranquil, we just love the area.”

“We love Watagan Park because it’s close to the lake yet still close to bushland. This fits Bec’s love of water and my love of nature.”

Hayley and Jacob, Watagan Park residents

Adriana and Bec, Watagan Park residents

511m2 to 795.8m2 blocks now selling in Stage 2.8 & 2.9 - 7 minutes to the M1 and 8 minutes from Morisset - Stay connected with shops, schools and parks - Adjacent to the walking tracks, the nature reserve and the water catchment - Within a thriving, tight-knit community where neighbours chat and children play together - Many with never-to-be-built-out views and north facing rear aspects - Fully serviced blocks with NBN, electricity, gas, water and sewerage - Near-flat blocks with sandstone retaining walls - 4 bedroom house and land packages from $511,457 Visit to find out more or visit our sales centre on Corner Whistler Dr and Armitage Way, Cooranbong. Open Monday-Friday 10am-3pm, Sunday 9am-5pm or by appointment. Stage 2.8 & 2.9 Release Stageplan



Deck the halls Christmas is a time of joy, but also of stress and burn-out. There are presents to buy, meals to plan, and kids to entertain while you’re prepping for the big day.

Image: Mountain Cravings

With so much going on it can be hard to find the time, money or mental energy to decide how to decorate your outdoor living area. Here are some festive and affordable ideas for your outdoor living space. Christmas lights with a twist! Nothing says Christmas time like twinkling lights! You can go with simple charm by hanging lights from the patio or pergola posts for those night before Christmas traditions. Or if you want a dayto-night look, you can entwine some leafy and floral garlands with twinkling fairy lights to deck the proverbial halls. They can even double as centrepieces! Check out the weatherproof hanging lights from Bunnings ($12) and Target’s range of garlands for inspiration.

Unique decorations made with green waste Embrace an Aussie Christmas with decorations made from our native flora. Go collect some gum leaves and twigs from your backyard or local park, lay them out on some newspaper and spray the leaves down with gold or silver spray paint. If you prefer your decorations to be a little more colourful, you can get a wide variety of colours in metallic or glitter ranges. We recommend using these as unique centrepieces or hanging them among the lights for a more elegant effect.

Try an old tradition One traditional Christmas garland is made of popcorn and Image: Tara Dennis

cranberries. Why not give the kids another job this Christmas to make traditional popcorn garlands. All you need is some string, a kids sewing needle, plain air-puffed popcorn and cranberries if you’d like to add them. These garlands are super easy to make and extremely cost-effective, plus, popcorn is safe for birds to eat, so when its time to get rid of the garlands you can simply leave them for the wildlife to enjoy! Reinventing your outdoor room for the Christmas season doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. With these creative DIY ideas, you can decorate the patio or outdoor room for Christmas in no time. If you need a little maintenance done before you begin the Christmas make-over, speak to HV Aluminium about cleaning and maintenance services for your patio, pergola or outdoor room.



Green thumb Get your garden in shape the eco-way this season with our earth-friendly tips and tricks.

Water consciously

Recycle and reuse

we’re also subject to Level Two water restrictions, which means that

We have a real overflow of plastic bottles here in Australia that aren’t able to be recycled, but there’s good news! You can give them a second life in your garden. Grow your seedlings in plastic bottles, milk or egg cartons before transferring them to your garden so they are protected from the winds and any pests that could cause damage before they are strong enough to thrive on their own. If you want to grow them straight from your garden or pot, you can cut the bottom

We’re facing a lot of droughts at the moment, so it’s more important than ever that we conserve water where we can. In New South Wales, you can only water your garden before 10am and after 4pm, and it must be with a watering can or bucket as hoses aren’t permitted (See your local Water Body for more information on the restrictions that apply to you). Some other ways you can help these efforts include reusing grey water from your bath, sink or shower (your local Water Body can advise how to do this responsibly) or using plants that are drought tolerant.

off of a plastic bottle and place it over the seedling, removing well before it outgrows the container. Rinse and store these bottles for future seedling plantings throughout the year.

Plant natives Utilising native plants in your garden is the best way to cultivate a landscape that doesn’t require much maintenance. Native plants are suited to your environment, and as such won’t require a lot of water or fertiliser. They also help to reduce weeds and will save you time and money. Local nurseries or landscapers can advise on the plants that are native to your area.

Consider composting Composting is perfect for making the most out of your excess leaves, grass clippings or kitchen waste. Not only is it great for reducing landfill, but it can also be used in the soil of your garden to add nutrients to your plants. There are plenty of online guides you can use to help start a compost heap, and Bunnings is one such resource, which has video tutorials, tools and materials you’ll need and a stepby-step guide to set one up. If you have any questions about creating and maintaining an ecofriendly garden, Watagan Park Landscaping is one of the best local experts to assist you. Visit LIVE


Calendar of events lift out

What’s on

Pull out this calendar, fill in your upcoming activities and events then pop it on your fridge.

Get outdoors and amongst your community by joining in on the latest events with the help of this lift out calendar!


Hunter Valley Christmas Lights Spectacular until 26 January






Cooranbong RFS Santa Run


Cooranbong RFS Santa Run Lambton Park Carols






















School holidays commence

Christmas Eve

New Year’s Eve

Christmas Day

New Year’s Day

Watagan Park Christmas Lights winner announced

Boxing Day

Tuggerah Local Markets

Carols by the Beach

Paddle N Pizza on Newcastle Harbour





















The Sun-soaked Summer Lego® Challenge

Curious Creatures Wildlife Show School Holiday Program

Newcastle Permanent’s Cinema Under the Stars – Lake Mac


Australia Day Lake Mac Festival






















School holidays conclude

Terrarium Workshop with Rock Leaf Moss

The 5K Foam Fest – Newcastle

Surfest – Lake Mac City Pro Junior

Maximum Adventure Race Series – Lake Macquarie

Surfest – Lake Mac City Pro Junior

Lakefest until 1 March
















Boat Bits Bonanza




The Sun-soaked Summer Lego® Challenge Monday January 13 Wallsend Library 3pm-4pm

Children aged between 5 and 12 can take up the challenge and create something weird and unique out of Lego® at this free event!

Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade Annual Santa Run Saturday December 14 to Sunday December 15

The 5K Foam Fest Saturday February 1

Hope Estate, Pokolbin 8am-5pm

Alton Rd & College Dr, Cooranbong See Facebook page for times Santa is coming to Cooranbong, visiting all the young boys and girls before the big Christmas day! Track his journey on Facebook so your family is in the right spot when he stops by.

Lambton Park Carols Sunday December 15

Lambton Park 6:30pm-9:30pm Come along to this family-friendly community celebration in Lambton Park hosted by Hunter Bible Church, and you’ll get to experience food stalls, carols and a grand fireworks finale!

Tuggerah Local Markets Saturday December 21

Tuggerah Super Centre 8am-2pm Check out Tuggerah Local Markets located in the car park and discover beautiful crafts and delicacies from local traders and small businesses.

Carols By The Beach Sunday December 22

Newcastle Permanent’s Cinema Under the Stars – Lake Macquarie Friday January 17

Speers Point Park 5:30pm-10pm Australia’s largest free outdoor cinema program is returning to Lake Macquarie with a fantastic line-up of family-friendly entertainment and activities, and a screening of the 2019 blockbuster, Aladdin.

Curious Creatures Wildlife Show School Holiday Program Tuesday January 21

Australian Wildlife Displays is giving children aged between six and 12 the opportunity to see a range of Australian animals up close with this exciting presentation.

Start the New Year off on an adventurous foot by joining Paddle N Pizza, where you’ll get to kayak around the beautiful harbour and experience unobstructed views of the NYE 9pm fireworks.

Wrightson Park 9am-3pm

Compete in pairs across three core disciplines: mountain biking, trail running and kayaking, as you race through either a classic or novice course.

Lakefest Saturday February 15 to Sunday March 1 See event schedule for locations and times

Bring a rug, grab some food and glowsticks at the park and set yourself up to enjoy hours of lively Christmas fun with your community at Carols By The Beach.

Newcastle Harbour 6pm-10pm

Maximum Adventure Race Series – Lake Macquarie Saturday February 15

Lake Haven Library 10:30am-11:30am

Speers Point Park Empire Park, Bar Beach 7pm-9pm

Paddle N Pizza Tuesday December 31

Take part in this one-of-a-kind, obstacle course-based Fun Run, featuring over 22 obstacles including the world’s largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 million cubic feet of foam.

Lake Mac Festival Sunday January 26

Speers Point Park See event schedule for times Bring the whole family along to this annual Australia Day celebration and enjoy live music, kids’ activities, a movie on the big screen and a spectacular fireworks finale!

Experience an aquatic festival around all things boating, and either watch or participate in a mix of water-based activities around Lake Macquarie.

Boat Bits Bonanza Sunday February 23

Rathmines Park 10am-3pm Come along to this event held in conjunction with Lakefest and either buy or sell a variety of marine-themed items. There will also be food vendors and plenty of kids’ amusements.



Local business directory Growup Business Advisers Small business accounting specialists, personal and business tax returns, self-managed super funds, bookkeeping and payroll management.

Adrian Timmermans 0468 723 363

Tahitian Beauty Therapy

Tahisha Dias

Microblading/brow feathering, facial and microdermabrasion, eyelash extensions and more.

0466 217 178

Kylie’s Family Day Care

Kylie Montgomery

Children three months to five years day care.

0423 933 607

Mini Milestones Family Day Care

Kim Murray 0415 464 305


JAGA Design & Construction

Greg Smith

Stairs, balustrades, decks, house renovations & handyman work.

0450 225 884


Children 0-6 years before and afterschool care Monday to Friday with flexible hours.

On Top Solar & Electrical

Sam Lewis

Solar and electrical installations and maintenance.

0488 644 710



Beauty Beauty


If you live in the Watagan Park estate and would like your business listed in this directory, email your business name, number, email, website, and list of services to:

Watagan Park Landscaping

Kelsy Johnson

Landscape design & construction, horticulture, fun yards, lawn and garden maintenance

0439 012 888

The businesses listed within this directory are owned by residents or homeowners within the Watagan Park estate. Although all care is taken to promote ethical and reliable businesses, we recommend completing your own due diligence when enlisting the services of a contractor. The social groups listed within this directory have been sourced online based on their proximity to Watagan Park. Although all care is taken to promote ethical and reliable social groups, we recommend completing your own due-diligence before signing up.



Local social directory If you attend a social group and think it’s worth sharing in this directory, email the group name, email address, website, and a short description to:


Watagan Wanderers Bushwalking Club This group is for the adventurers looking to explore more of the Watagan area. The walks vary to suit different capabilities, and the club also enjoys some bush sports, such as abseiling, canoeing, canyoning and snowshoeing, as well s camping. Membership: $35 per annum plus a one-off $1 joining fee. Email

Hiking Group Newcastle/Lake Mac


For Mums


Hiking Group Newcastle/Lake Macquarie is a social group for people in the area who enjoy hiking, bushwalking and casual walks. The aim of this group is to explore the outdoors, have fun and meet like-minded people, with most of the events and gatherings happening on weekends. Email

Lake Macquarie Fishing Lake Macquarie Fishing is for the avid fisherman who want to share their love of the sport. The group posts local competitions and prizes, and contains over 8,500 members. Chat to fellow anglers and find out the best spots to catch fish as well. Join Facebook group to message

Cooranbong Mums Created to connect mothers from Cooranbong and surrounding areas, the group posts social events and activities so you can get together with other mums and bubs to enjoy quality conversations and support. Join to become a part of this encouraging network of over 300 members. Join Facebook group to message

Lake Mac Grows Lake Mac Grows is a community of gardeners who are passionate about growing, sharing and eating fresh local produce. The group’s network of over 1,500 members share their stories, skills and harvest, as well as tips for eating better for less. Join to find out all the best gardening advice for your area. Join Facebook group to message



Port Hunter 4x4 Club This club is family-friendly and great for those who enjoy social and driving activities. Based in the Lake Macquarie/Newcastle region, their calendar includes social outings, camping trips, driver training and trips with various track classifications to cater for everyone. Become a member and chat about all things 4x4. Join Facebook group to message

Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade The Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade is 100 per cent operated by volunteers who ensure there is adequate protection for lives, property and the environment in the Cooranbong surrounds. Come see what we do at our weekly training session on Mondays at 7pm. Contact Claire Porgand on 0422 273 727 or email with any questions.



Swim season Whether you love swimming or enjoy watching from the shore, you’ll enjoy our selection of top aquatic spots—and they’re all within driving distance of Watagan Park!

Trinity Point Distance: 16mins Caressed by the lapping waters of Lake Macquarie, Trinity Point’s worldclass marina is the perfect launching point for a day out on the boat or paddle around the lake, with kayaks available for hire. Or if the water isn’t your thing, stay close to the shore and soak up the view with a picnic by the water’s edge, meander along the boardwalk or bite to eat at the new restaurant – 8 at Trinity.

Redhead Beach Distance: 50mins Redhead Beach is the perfect spot for surfing, swimming and fishing. It’s located on the northern end of a nine-mile stretch of coastline, and is also dog friendly, so you can bring your furry friends along to romp around in the water. You can also enjoy a coffee at the Cargo Expresso Bar under Redhead’s Surf Club.

Belmont Baths Distance: 43mins Take a dip in Belmont Baths—a shark-netted swimming enclosure that’s 70m long and 45m wide. The baths has multiple entry points, including stairs and an accessible ramp, as well as a 70m jetty for those adventurous souls to jump off of and splash into the water. There’s also an amenities block with plenty of sheltered picnic areas.


Charlestown Warners Bay



Redhead Beach


Belmont Baths

Watagans National Park

Swansea Pulbah Island

Olney State Forest


Trinity Point

M1 Pacific Highway

Blacksmiths Beach Swansea Heads Caves Beach

Wallarah National Park Catherine Hill Bay


Pacific Highway

SYDNEY 88mins

Warners Bay Distance: 35mins There’s plenty to do around the water at Warners Bay. Take a scenic walk around the lake, drop a line in, let your kids run wild on the play equipment, enjoy a coffee at Warners Bay Village or even take your boat out for a spin— the options are endless!

Caves Beach Distance: 40mins Caves Beach is a tranquil spot for people to visit. It has a flat beach and magical sea caves at the southern end that you can explore at low tide. It’s also perfect for a family day out, with its barbecue facilities, picnic areas, public amenities and kiosk.

Pulbah Island Distance: 46mins Enjoy a day out at Lake Macquarie’s largest island! You’ll need to hire a boat or kayak to reach it, but it’s well worth the trip to enjoy the beautiful lake surrounds. Don’t forget to pack a picnic lunch to take with you on your adventures!


Christmas cheer There’s nothing like the smell of fresh biscuits to kick off a good holiday feast. Packed with nutritious Weet-Bix and rolled oats, these Reindeer Bikkies are the perfect festive addition to any Christmas party. And why not celebrate this season of family by making them with your loved ones?

Holiday helpers Soothe your senses over the hectic Christmas period with these useful plants! Smell Peace Lilies are subtly fragrant and happily bloom throughout the year. They are low maintenance and widely known for their air purifying quality—perfect for opening up the home and adding a breath of fresh air to any space. Peace Lilies do need both sun and shade to survive, so if you introduce them to your home, make sure to place them in just the right spot to achieve both.

See These pointy succulents are aptly named Mother-In-Law’s Tongue. Representing the sharpness of a certain in-law’s speech, these gorgeous plants take very little effort to care for and will provide a fresh look to your home. They also help remove pollutants from the air. These plants are toxic for cats and dogs, so they won’t be ideal for those with pets.

Taste Keeping a small herb garden perched on your kitchen windowsill is a great way to add instant flavour to your Christmas dishes. The best herbs to grow in the summer period are ones such as basil, sage and thyme. To care for your herb garden, make sure that you take it outside from time to time to ensure it is getting enough sunlight and fresh air. You can also use a liquid fertiliser to make sure it has enough nutrients.

Feel Aloe Vera is known for its medicinal and therapeutic qualities. It’s perfect for soothing sunburns during summer and also makes for a super soft moisturiser. Aloe Vera thrives in bright, indirect sunlight, and indoor temperatures just so happen to be the most ideal for this plant.


Ingredients Biscuits


4 Sanitarium Weet-Bix, crushed

1 cup icing sugar

½ cup rolled oats

1 tablespoon cocoa

¾ cup flour

1 tablespoon margarine

½ cup brown sugar

Boiling water

2 tablespoons cocoa 100g margarine 2 tablespoons golden syrup ¼ cup boiling water 1 teaspoon baking soda

Method 1. Preheat the oven to 160°C. Line trays with baking paper. 2. Place the Weet-Bix, rolled oats, flour, brown sugar and cocoa in a large bowl and mix to combine. 3. Place the margarine and golden syrup in a saucepan and heat gently until melted. 4. Mix the boiling water and baking soda together then pour into the margarine mixture. Add to the dry ingredients and stir to combine. 5. Place tablespoons of the mixture onto the trays. Bake in the preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Place on a rack to cool. For more festive treats, check out

Meet your neighbours

A Christmas blessing Bertrand, his wife Htwe and two children, Annabelle and Oliver, can’t wait to celebrate their first Christmas in their new home at Watagan Park. Watagan Park is known for its close community atmosphere and beautiful surrounds, which is why many families are flocking to the estate to set up their forever home. Bertrand, 33, and wife Htwe, 30, couldn’t resist the charm of the area, and with their two young children, Annabelle, 4, and Oliver, 1, they made the move just in time for Christmas. “Watagan Park looked very beautiful! The entrance to the estate has those beautiful trees, and the surrounding bushland made the place very peaceful and inviting,” shares Bertrand. Bertrand was originally from Mauritius and Htwe from Burma (Myanmar). He is a nursing student at Avondale College and works in the college bookshop, while she is a nurse at Sydney Adventist Hospital. Together, they decided that Watagan Park was the most affordable option for their young family.

“It was cheaper to build a brand new home than to buy an established home at the time for us,” says Bertrand. They were also sold on the friendliness of the neighbours and the closeness of the estate to Avondale School, which is where they plan on sending their kids in the near future. The building process for Bertrand and Htwe went very smoothly, only taking around five months to complete. They are excited to start enjoying everything the Watagan Park lifestyle has to offer.

“My family likes adventures, and there are plenty of bushlands (perfect for our kids who love camping, enjoying the outdoors and exploring nature), bushwalks and the Watagan Mountains are very close by. The gym and local swimming pool is also about six minutes from us,” explains Bertrand. Join us in extending a warm welcome to this friendly family, and help us wish them a wonderful Christmas in their new home!


Move in with nothing more to spend! spend! Enjoy the freedom to live completely in your new home as soon as it’s built with one of our turn-key house and land packages. Only two packages left in our boutique-style release, customisable to suit your lifestyle. Enquire today!







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SITE ADDRESS Lot 8456, Courin Drive, Cooranbong

SITE ADDRESS Lot 8462, Courin Drive, Cooranbong

LOT SIZE 437.5 m2

LOT SIZE 522.5 m2

HOUSE SIZE 157.38 m2

FACADE Belmore

HOUSE SIZE 129.91 m2

Sales Centre: Cnr Whistler Dr & Armitage Way, Cooranbong Open Mon-Fri 10am-3pm, Sunday 9am-5pm or by appointment

FACADE Casa SG Call 1300 888 888

New sales centre and display village opening early 2020 on Patrick Dr, Cooranbong (off Freemans Dr) Disclaimer: The information here has been provided for the sole purpose of assisting potential buyers of land in respect to the estates described. It includes information prepared by various consultants on behalf of Johnson Property Group including architects, engineers and property consultants. Johnson Property Group have not independently verified this information nor have we formed any opinion as to its accuracy. We recommend potential buyers make their own investigations and enquiries and they not rely upon representations or conducts of (whether expressed or implied, oral or written) Johnson Property Group or any of their representatives.

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