EXPLORE - LIVE - CREATE SPRING 2018
SPRING HAS SPRUNG GARDENING TIPS NEW EXPERIENCES LOCAL EVENTS DO IT YOURSELF ACTIVITIES WITH THE KIDS
RS NATURAL WONDE S OF THE WATAGAN
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.
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say hello to spring Inside this colourful issue you’ll find an upcoming events calendar for the Spring season, a deliciously fresh brekky recipe to try, and all the information you need to ensure your home is bushfire ready this season. If you’re an adventurer at heart, flick to page 3 where you’ll find a guide for an awe-inspiring day out exploring all the natural wonders the Watagans have to offer. If you have a go at any of our DIY activities, recipes or adventures be sure to post and tag us at #WPWanderer so we can feature your pics in our next issue!
DON’T FENCE ME IN
We’re enjoying seeing the Watagan Park estate grow in this beautiful season—we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming some wonderful new residents to the community, and have just registered another 75 blocks of land within the estate. With all of these new housing opportunities commencing, we look forward to seeing
We’ve scoured the Hunter for a friendly dog park, and found one of the best on our very doorstep—Speers Point. When it comes to our best friends (I’m talking about the ones of the four-legged variety), we want to make sure life outside of the four walls (or fences) for them is just as exciting as it is for us. We all love those moments when we’ve stepped out of the house to explore our natural surrounds. And while we may
residents build their dream home and
have more of a sense not to flee (for the most part), our furry friends don’t
establish good friendships within the
often have that tendency.
Watagan Park community.
Thankfully Lake Macquarie City Council has created the perfect outdoor sanctuary for them to roam and play safely—a 10,000m2 secure dog park! The
Keith Johnson, Managing Director Johnson Property Group
huge park has three agility stations for dogs (just in case you planned on using it yourself), a shaded picnic table (now this one is for humans), bench seats and a water fountain for dogs AND their owners. Take your best friend along to enjoy some off-lead exercise right by the water.
YOU MUST GO ON ADVENTURES TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU TRULY BELONG.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS This one is for the adventurers! Follow our trail to experience all the natural wonders the Watagans have to offer, right on your doorstep at Watagan Park.
Boarding House Dam
Abbotts Falls Walk
Begin your journey with a scenic stroll past
You’ll love the journey we have ahead!
Boarding House Dam—a must-see starting
The Abbotts Falls Walking Track takes us
point for any trip into Watagans National
through dry eucalypt forest and winds its
Park. Bring a picnic basket and blanket
way downhill through moist gullies of blue
along to enjoy at the site’s picnic area, and
gum and rainforest to the Abbotts Falls
fuel up for the trek ahead. You’ll need it
Lookout. Take in the beautiful views before
for where we’re going!
heading onwards to our next stop.
Gap Creek Falls
Monkey Face Lookout
Next stop—Gap Creek Falls. There are so
Our adventure comes to a close at the
many options to explore while you’re here.
scenic Monkey Face Lookout. With rolling
Take a serene kayaking voyage, or if you’re
views of the valley, it’s an ideal spot to
more prone to staying on dry land, hike
enjoy some afternoon tea and take in
along the walking track through dense forest
the naturally stunning surroundings.
and emerge in front of the breathtaking
And if you’re an avid birdwatcher, be
falls. There’s even a camping ground close
sure to bring your binoculars—there
by to pause your journey here and pick
are many interesting species that call
up again tomorrow.
Monkey Face Lookout home.
The Pines Now that you’re all refreshed and ready for another day of trekking, load your camping gear into the car and drive over to The Pines to start the next phase of our adventure. This picnic area is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite to eat or barbeque beneath the beautiful tall hoop pine forest before we embark once again.
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ARE YOU BUSHFIRE READY?
With up to 99 per cent of the state declared drought affected, and with insufficient rain to combat this, we could be in for a bumpy season ahead according to Captain Leigh Chambers of the Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade. “We have been lucky so far that the temperature, wind strength and relative humidity have been in our favour.”
As the weather heats up early this year, bushfire season is upon us sooner than expected. But not to fret—Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade are here to make sure we’re prepped and ready!
The concern this season is that there hasn’t been a significant event in years to clear out any hazardous ‘fuel loadings’ (flammable material, such as dry foliage), meaning that when the dry season hits, our bushland is more likely to experience naturally-occurring fires. When it comes to the Watagan Park area, the main hazards that residents should watch out for are smoke columns and suspicious behaviour, according to Mr Chambers. “We are often called to investigate smoke columns which turn out to be legitimate pile burns covered by a valid permit. However, any smoke column on a fire danger of very high or greater needs to be addressed as a permit is not valid on those days. You can also tell the difference between a pile burn and a bushfire. Piles tend to be small, go straight up and are lighter in colour, whereas a bushfire will be larger, lean over with the wind, and is darker. If you notice a change in a smoke sighting, or aren’t sure, ring 000.” Most houses built within Watagan Park have a BAL rating of 12.5 or better, meaning they are designed with appropriate measures to prevent from an ember attack. With that said, residents should still be aware and prepared for a bushfire occurrence. “It’s really just a question of housekeeping, and minimising exposed fuels in and around your property,” shares Mr Chambers.
THE NSW RURAL FIRE SERVICE OUTLINES FIVE EASY STEPS TO PREPARE YOUR HOME IN THE INSTANCE OF A BUSHFIRE IN THEIR BUSHFIRE SURVIVAL PLAN: Trim overhanging trees and shrubs. This can stop the fire spreading to your home.
Mow grass and remove the cuttings. Have a cleared area around your home.
Remove material that can burn around your home (e.g. Doormats, woodpiles, mulch, leaves, paint and outdoor furniture). Clear and remove all the debris and leaves from the
gutters surrounding your home. Burning embers can set your home on fire. Prepare a sturdy hose or hoses that will reach all around your home. Make sure you’ve got a reliable source of water.
The Fires Near Me NSW app is also a useful tool to utilise, and you can visit myfireplan.com.au to assess your risk of bushfire.
Image by Simone De Peak - Newcastle Herald
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR Now that the search has begun for Lake Macquarie’s 2019 Citizen of the Year, we sat down with this year’s winner, Andreena Kardamis, to chat about the award and everything that it means to her.
What inspired you about the other candidates from this year?
Each year, Lake Macquarie City Council takes the opportunity to
things and they deserve to be recognised. I think the awards are a
honour and celebrate key people and groups in the community that have contributed to improving the region. The ceremony, which takes place on Australia Day, names a Citizen, Young Citizen, Volunteer and Community Group as winners of these prestigious awards. Andreena Kardamis was announced as 2018’s Lake Macquarie Citizen of the Year after her countless contributions to humanitarian projects and organisations.
What qualified you to be nominated for the award? For the past year, I have been living in Bangkok, Thailand as Youth Advocate for the United Nations, but I started off as being the Chairperson for the Lake Macquarie Youth Advisory Council and then within the Youth Parliament as the Shadow Youth Attorney General. I was also the Youth Ambassador for Hunter Life Education. I jumped into the legal world and I’m now in the final semester of my law degree. Whilst at university, I became president of the University of Newcastle Law Students’ Association and then joined the Australian Law Students’ Association. I just do lots of volunteering because I genuinely love it. I’m also the Secretary for The Place youth and community centre. I really love that role because that’s a direct engagement with various community groups who come together and use The Place’s resources. I’ve tried to just do different things. The more you get involved, the more you understand, can contribute and
The common theme throughout all the categories is that people are putting themselves out there and they are investing time and energy into making Lake Macquarie a really great place to live. There are so many amazing community organisations who are doing incredible fantastic way to acknowledge the different groups who do a whole range of things for society. And most of the time, the community doesn’t know what these people are doing because people who do this, they don’t generally do it to get the acknowledgement. So receiving that recognition is really great.
How did you feel when you received the award? At first, it was very much shock. I couldn’t believe it because this year was the first year that they had reduced the age. Prior to this, the Young Citizen of the Year Award was for between 18 and 30 and the Citizen of the Year was above 30. So this year was the first time they had reduced it to be above 21. I honestly didn’t think they would choose someone who was in their mid-20s. And I didn’t think that I’d potentially done enough things or contributed enough to society to be the Citizen of the Year. But it just goes to show that age is no boundary to whatever anyone is trying to achieve. And I was very, very grateful.
In your own words, what do you think the award represents? I think it represents a recognition of people or groups coming together to add value to our society. At its foundation, that is what the award is about. It’s about understanding who someone is and why they’ve done what they have for their community.
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Get outdoors and amongst your community by joining in on the latest events with the help of this lift out calendar!
Wyee Round Up
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Biddabah Public School Fete
Men’s Shed Market Day
BUBOL (Blow Up Boat on Lake) Race
Hunter Arts Network’s Art Bazaar
Raid My Wardrobe— Preloved Women’s Fashion Event
Community Christmas Carols at Avondale School
Lake Mac Carols by Candlelight Carols on Dobell
NOVEMBER BUBOL (BLOW UP BOAT ON LAKE) RACE
DECEMBER COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS CAROLS AT AVONDALE SCHOOL
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 Cockle Bay 9am-4pm
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 Cooranbong 5-9pm
Think costumes, inflatable rafts and a daring race to the finish line, and you’ve discovered BUBOL. Set across a 400m course, participants start on the foreshore and paddle around two marked buoys before heading back and claiming their win.
Join this family-friendly Christmas celebration with a night of Carols, food, stalls, activites, fireworks and even a visit from Santa. Former Home & Away actress, former Play School host and children’s entertainer, Justine Clarke, will be one of the performers this year.
WYEE ROUND UP FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 Wyee 2:30-9pm
Wyee Public School will be holding a fundraising fete complete with carnival rides, free entertainment, market stalls and plenty more!
BIDDABAH PUBLIC SCHOOL FETE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10
WANGI WANGI CAROLS ON DOBELL
Warners Bay 1-7pm
Step into a world of rides, games and entertainment when you head over to Biddabah Public School this weekend.
CHRISTMAS MARKETS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 Toronto 9am-1pm
Enjoy Christmas shopping early this year with Toronto Uniting Church’s Christmas Markets. There will be stalls of craft, jams, local honey, plants, toys, retro jewellery and preloved items, all topped off with a delicious morning tea.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 Dobell Park 5-9pm
MEN’S SHED MARKET DAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 Waratah 9am-5pm
The Hunter Multicultural Communities organisation and Waratah-Mayfield Men’s Shed will be opening their doors to the community for a delightful market day for the whole family.
Wangi Lions Club will be presenting a night of traditional Carol singing by the lake. There will be items by the local public schools and preschool, as well as carols led by the Australian Army Band Newcastle, Stilling Street Singers, Westlake Concert Band and soloists.
LAKE MAC CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT SUNDAY DECEMBER 9
Speers Point Park 6.30-9.30pm
HUNTER ARTS NETWORK’S ART BAZAAR
Experience the joy of Christmas with Lake Macquarie’s annual Carols by Candlelight. Enjoy an array of stalls, food and rides before soaking up all the special guest performances and entertainment. You may even be lucky enough to see a special appearance from Santa himself!
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 Lambton Park 9am-3pm
Soak up local art with Hunter Art Network’s annual Christmas Art Bazaar. Hosted at Lambton Park, the event will showcase stalls by some of the best talents the Hunter region has to offer.
RAID MY WARDROBE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 Newcastle 10am-1pm
Raid My Wardrobe is preloved fashion shopping at its best. Fifty hand-selected stalls housed at the Newcastle Basketball Stadium for one morning only.
HOP TO IT Remember when the simple things in life kept kids entertained for hours? We think they still can! Embrace nostalgia and relive your childhood memories by setting up an authentic hopscotch court for your little ones. Step 1: Measure and mark the court
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Step 5: Lay out the court Lay out the pavers to make your hopscotch court.
Step 6: Mix the concrete Mix the concrete according to the instructions on the bag. You can mix the cement in either a wheelbarrow or concrete mixer. Remember to always wear a dust mask when mixing cement.
Measure and mark the desired area for the hopscotch court.
Step 7: Cement the pavers in place
We made ours about 3.5 x 1.2m. Use a line marker to map out
Place cement on the sand base where the paver will go.
the area to be cleared.
Step 2: Clear the area Use a rake to remove the top soil, leaves, twigs and any loose material until you get to the compacted soil.
Step 3: Lay the sand base Spread the bags of brickies sand until you have a base that’s 30–50mm thick. Level the sand off with a screed, then use a screed and a level to make sure the sand is flat.
Step 4: Compact the sand Use a compactor to make the sand a stable base for the hopscotch court to be built on.
Use enough to make sure the paver sticks to the ground. Place the paver on top of the cement and tap it into place with a rubber mallet. Use the spirit to make sure it’s level. Repeat the process for all the pavers. Make sure that all of the pavers are level with each other. Allow the cement to cure and settle.
Step 8: Finish off the court Once the concrete has cured, fill in the area around the pavers with pine bark mulch and stones. Then put some plants around the pavers to add a splash of colour.
Step 9: Time to play Get the kids to use coloured chalk to number each of the pavers. Let them get creative with different patterns, shapes and colours. Then it’s time for them to play on their new hopscotch court! Head to Bunnings Morisset to shop all the essentials for this project, or to get some extra tips visit bunnings.com.au
LOCAL RECIPES Start the day fresh with this wholesome breakfast porridge recipe—coconut milk oats with cardamom, orange and pomegranate, thanks to Sanitarium. Did you know their original factory was located right here in Cooranbong, back in 1899? Sanitarium started with a mission to improve lives with a whole person view of health. Eating a nutritious breakfast is important for everyone – but especially for children. It can provide up to a third of their daily nutrient needs and improves concentration! Since 2001, Sanitarium’s Good Start Breakfast Club program has helped deliver 15 million serves of breakfast foods to some of the most disadvantaged communities around Australia.
Ingredients 1 cup of So Good Coconut Milk Unsweetened 1/2 cup of rolled oats 1 small orange, cut into segments 3-4 tablespoons of pomegranate seeds 2 teaspoons of a mild honey 1/4 teaspoon of ground cardamom
Method 1. Place the So Good Coconut Milk Unsweetened into a medium saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring frequently. 2. Add the oats and cardamom powder. Cook for 4-5 minutes on a medium heat. Stir regularly to stop the oats sticking to the saucepan. 3. Remove from the heat and allow the oats to stand for 1 minute. 4. Divide the oats evenly between two bowls and top each with the orange segments, pomegranate seeds and honey. For more recipes like this, visit sanitarium.com.au/recipes
Anytime Fitness’ National Fitness Manager, Kate Allott, shares her top tips for maintaining the best health we can—and it’s more than what we eat! Many factors outside of what we consume can affect our body’s ability to perform at its best. Getting these right is equally as important as getting your food balance right. Hydration Dehydration so often gets mistaken as hunger, causing us to snack unnecessarily. As well as drinking throughout the day, try having a large glass of water before each meal to reduce overeating. As a goal, we should aim to have 3L of water each day.
Sleep Not just sleep, good quality sleep. Reducing technology (blue light), caffeine, alcohol and sugar will all help to get a better seven hours per night.
Reduce stress The hormone cortisol has many benefits for the human body, but excess cortisol, as a result of stress, can cause us to gain and retain weight, making any attempt to slim down and get healthy extremely difficult. Daily stress relief activities are a non-negotiable in my books!
Exercise While we all know you can’t out-train an imbalanced diet, any activity is a great option to burn calories, build lean muscle and keep your mind clear! Make it a habit to schedule in 30 minutes a day of any exercise you enjoy. For some extra help and guidance, speak to the experts at Anytime Fitness Morisset or visit anytimefitness.com.au CREATE
TO NURTURE A GARDEN IS TO FEED NOT JUST THE BODY, BUT THE SOUL.
SPRING INTO SUMMER There’s nothing better than getting outdoors in the fresh air and ticking some tasks off your to-do list, starting with your garden.
Quench your garden’s thirst! The drier seasons welcome a host of problems for a flourishing garden. Because of this, your garden will need a bit more water than usual, and it will need to be watered deeply to encourage root growth. Also, it’s best to water your garden in the morning to allow enough time for the foliage to dry out—otherwise you could face such nasties as mildew and fungi attacking your leaves. For an extra boost to your landscape, add some nutrients to your water with ingredients like soluble fertiliser.
Stick to the shade If you’re mapping out the landscape for your brand new home, or thinking about replanting, now is the best time to do it! But when you are putting together a plan, make sure you keep shade in mind. Strategically place deciduous (shedding) trees to create some cover for your house and garden during the warmer months. That way, your landscape has the best opportunity to flourish.
Find your level When the weather heats up and water restrictions come into play, it can be difficult to maintain the health of your lawn. To combat this, it’s time to change the height of your mower! By keeping your grass taller, the lawn leaves are able to insulate the soil, preventing it from losing water due to evaporation. But if there isn’t a moisture problem with your particular landscape, it’s just a matter of mowing your lawns regularly to keep them healthy.
For more information, head to wataganparklandscaping.com.au
meet your neighbours
LETTING OUR KIDS BE KIDS Tanya, Johnny and their four kids are joining the Watagan Park community after building their forever home. Tanya and Johnny are the type of parents who are dedicated to seeing their children thrive by creating a healthy lifestyle for them. Tanya is a registered midwife at Gosford Hospital, and Johnny is a primary school teacher at Wahroonga Adventist School, and while
“One of the main reasons that made us look at the area was the thought of being really close to a school, so within walking distance. And we had a great building experience the first time, and have always thought we’d want to do it again. So when the opportunity came up, we decided to do it,” shares Tanya.
THE LAID-BACK, COMMUNAL NATURE WAS ALSO A BIG PLUS FOR TANYA AND JOHNNY, AS THEY WANTED TO CREATE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR THEIR CHILDREN TO GROW UP. “For me, the Watagan Park lifestyle would let the kids be kids and allow for more time at home. They’ll have friends around the corner, play dates will be easy, and we’ll have our own friends around. So it will be a nice environment to socialise,” explains Johnny.
the two may have committed careers, you can tell that family is
“It just seems like a really nice, genuine, good community by the
their biggest priority.
looks of it. They’ve got a Facebook page that shows people just
Their children currently attend school at Wahroonga, which is
being really supportive of each other and neighbourly,” adds Tanya.
roughly a two-hour commute each day from where the family now
There is still a way to go with the build of their new home, but Tanya
resides. This was what motivated the pair to choose Watagan Park
and Johnny are looking forward to making the big move with their
as the place to set up their new home.
family by Easter 2019.
IN THE KNOW With Spring offering a chance for new growth, Watagan Park is taking advantage of this season with a bunch of exciting developments and offers. Artist’s Impression
Precinct 2 Watagan Park is putting the finishing touches on the next release in Precinct 2. Keep your eye out for more details in future Issues. You can also now find the sales centre in this Precinct, at the corner of Whistler Drive and Armitage Way, Cooranbong.
Façade Offer Watagan Park is passionate about creating a well-designed community and want to make sure residents can build a dream home that is uniquely their own. Because of this, anyone purchasing a block in the latest release—Stage 2.7, or any new release onwards and are building with one of the Watagan Park display village builders, are eligible for $8,000* worth of complimentary façade upgrades. T & C’s apply, visit wataganpark.com.au/facadeoffer-terms-and-conditions
ON DISPLAY Watagan Park is proud to be collaborating with leading builders to introduce a brand-new display village set to open by Autumn 2019. The picturesque Watagan Park is set to become even more enticing for those looking to build their very own home. The site will be receiving a brand-new display village to show exactly what’s on offer to the community. It will allow families to walk through each home
INTRODUCING WATAGAN PARK LANDSCAPING
design before they decide which one is the right fit for them.
Owning or building a new home is a very rewarding
The display village is now registered, and with it, Watagan Park will
experience and a chance to create something truly special.
be welcoming a sixth builder—New Living Homes, who specialise in
We love bringing people’s dreams to life by transforming their
contemporary designs with urban living in mind.
vision from start to finish to create a livable space that the
They will join the likes of other reputable builders such as McDonald
whole family can enjoy. Our highly qualified team have many years of experience in residential landscaping and can help show you how to use your space to its full potential. We have a number of services now available including landscape design, construction and regular maintenance for homeowners within the Watagan Park estate and surrounding
Jones Homes, Beechwood Homes, Mojo Homes, Simonds Homes and Oracle Platinum Homes showcasing a total of fourteen beautifully-designed homes tailored to suit the area. All of these builders have a long-standing history of providing highquality homes for every family dynamic.
Lake Macquarie areas.
While we wait, Watagan Park offers personal site tours to those
TO HELP THOSE ON THE PATH TO THEIR NEW DREAM HOME, WE’RE OFFERING COMPLIMENTARY FRONT YARD LANDSCAPING UP TO THE VALUE OF $12,000* ON ANY NEW BLOCK PURCHASED AT WATAGAN PARK. T & C’S APPLY.
available on-site to guide you through their range of house designs,
For more information, visit our website at
Chat to the experts from Mojo Homes and Simonds Homes situated
in the office next door to the sales centre, or just around the bend
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
looking to get a glimpse before Autumn 2019. There are builders floor plans, façade options and premium upgrades. Each option offers integrated indoor/outdoor living spaces to maximise the natural bushland surrounds the estate offers and support family lifestyle. There are also many styles and finishes to suit a range of budgets.
on Wattlebird Avenue, you can find Oracle Platinum Homes in the existing display village. ESTATE 13
room with a view With natural reserves, trails, picnic spots, lookouts,waterfalls, beaches to explore and mountains to climb, y ou can really live outside the box at Watagan Park. Build your dream home in our master-planned community at the foot of the Watagan Mountains, only 28 minutes from the Gosford exit and moments from the beautiful shores of Lake Macquarie. Our new land release features near-flat 450m2 to 714m2 blocks from $258,888 to $358,888. These fully-serviced, ready to build on blocks are positioned with many offering never to-be-built-out views and elevated outlooks across the water catchment. House and land packages are also available from $531,236 to $712,578. Don’t delay – enquire now.
FREE FRONT YARD landscaping UP TO $12K PLUS FREE facade UPGRADES UP TO $8K T & Cs apply
Sales Centre: Cnr Whistler Dr & Armitage Way, Cooranbong Open Mon-Fri 10am-3pm, Sunday 9am-5pm or by appointment
wataganpark.com.au Call 1300 888 888
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Inside this colourful issue you’ll find an upcoming events calendar for the Spring season, a deliciously fresh brekky recipe to try, and all...
Published on Nov 5, 2018
Inside this colourful issue you’ll find an upcoming events calendar for the Spring season, a deliciously fresh brekky recipe to try, and all...