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EXPLORE - LIVE - CREATE SUMMER 2018

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES ‘TIS THE SEASON CHRISTMAS CRAFTS AND ENTERTAINING AQUATIC ADVENTURES SPLASH OUT ON THE COAST

celebrate summer ON ENJOY THIS SEAS N OF OUTDOOR FU


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

wataganpark.com.au

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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 Marketing Director Kristy Lee at kristy@johnsonpropertygroup.com.au 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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under the summer sun We’re welcoming the summer season with an Issue dedicated to everything under the sun! We’ve got fun-filled school holiday activities for the kids, some aquatic adventures along the coast, Christmas treats, crafts, entertaining ideas, relaxing meals at local restaurants and bushwalking in the Watagans. Once you’ve enjoyed some of our summer suggestions, be sure to share your journeys and experiences on social and tag us at #WPWanderer so we can feature your pics in our next Issue!

DINE OUT Take some time out and enjoy a meal at one of the local spots! We’re about to be hit with the Christmas season, with days spent ducking and weaving the aisles amongst other chaotic shoppers, wrapping present upon present in reams of festive paper, and either trapping ourselves in the kitchen tackling a piled mess of meringue, cream and fruit (it’s meant to be a pavlova, but who can tell anymore?) or getting sunburnt while flipping a mountain of snags on the barbecue. Even thinking about all of these things has us exhausted. But once you’ve recovered from all the festivities, why not check out some of the local restaurants? Here’s some to get you started:

Crusoe’s on the Lake

We would like to wish all our Watagan

Located within Lake Macquarie Yacht Club, Crusoe’s on the Lake restaurant is the

Park families a Merry Christmas and a safe

perfect waterfront venue for relaxed catch-ups with friends and family. Their menu

and happy holiday. It’s been a big year

is swimming with seafood options, such as premium grade Sydney rock oysters

for Watagan Park! We launched Watagan

and chilli salt and pepper squid, as well as classics like the Fisherman’s Basket.

Park Landscaping to help home owners

The restaurant is open for lunch from 11am to 3pm and dinner from 5pm till late

create a dream yard that is uniquely their

seven days a week.

own, and who can forget the relaunch of our community newsletter into this very

The Olde Bakehouse Morisset

magazine, Watagan Park Wanderer.

With a menu that changes from week to week, this award-winning restaurant

We’re looking forward to 2019, which will see us opening our new display village as well as welcoming new builders into the village. We’ll also be releasing further land at the estate and we’re excited to be

selects the best and freshest seasonal produce available to provide you with lovingly-created dishes. Owner and Maître D’, Jess, and chef, Dan, create exciting variations on classic Italian dishes such as vegan cannelloni and housemade gnocchi, just to name a few. They’re open for dinner 6pm to late from Wednesday to Sunday, and lunch from 12pm to 2pm on Fridays and Sundays.

growing our Watagan Park community as each new home is built. See you all again in the New Year!

Coming soon … Trinity Point, a lakeside resort at Morisset Park will be opening their much-anticipated marina in March 2019, and with it, a stunning

Keith Johnson, Managing Director Johnson Property Group

120-seat restaurant. It will be a combined café and restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, with seamless indoor/outdoor dining options. The menu will be priced to cater to a wide range of visitors and locals alike.

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LIFE HAS ITS OWN HIDDEN FORCES THAT YOU CAN ONLY DISCOVER BY LIVING.

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BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Venture beyond Watagan Park’s forest scenery and enjoy some aquatic adventures along the coast.

CoastXP

Speers Point Swim Centre

Take the family for an offshore adventure

Speers Point Swim Centre has had a much-

with CoastXP. This boating experience

needed refurbishment, and just in time for

guides you along the beautiful Hunter

the summer holidays! The centre now has a

coastline to enjoy gorgeous scenery and

solar heating system for their 50m and 25m

greet a mix of aquatic friends, including

pools so the temperature can be kept at a

dolphins, seabirds, turtles and other marine

soothing 27 degrees celsius. Start training

life. The Adventure Tour also takes you past

your kids for the Olympics now with the

some of Newcastle’s iconic spots, including

‘Swim with the Stars’ clinic, featuring such

the Bogey Hole, Glenrock Lagoon and

Olympic medallists as James Magnussen,

Redhead Shark Watchtower.

Bradley Woodward and Matt Wilson.

Belmont Baths

JetBuzz Watersports

Lake Macquarie City Council is at work

This one is for the thrill seekers! JetBuzz

revamping the baths at Belmont, and they’ll

Watersports at Raffertys Resort offers

be ready for you to enjoy in late December.

jet boating, stand-up paddleboarding,

Belmont Baths will have a 70m jetty and

kayaking, fishing boat hire, charters and

45m-wide swimming enclosure, along with

loads of adventurous water activities. Step

an accessible ramp. There will also be an

outside your comfort zone and get your

amenities block installed early next year.

adrenaline pumping on the open sea.

Caves Beach

Vera’s Water Garden

Patrolled during the summer, Caves Beach

Head to the foreshore next to Memorial

is best known for its flat beach, tranquil

Park at The Entrance and you will find a

waves and magical sea caves at the

delightful water park for your little ones. Kids

southern end of the beach, which can be

can run through water sprays, climb over

explored at low tide. With barbecue facilities,

brightly-coloured fountains or dip their feet

picnic areas, public amenities and a kiosk,

into the wading pool, while parents can take

Caves Beach, located at Caves Beach

advantage of the free Wifi and ample seating

Road, is a great family day out for all.

around the play area.

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SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER

Pasterfield Sports Complex This new complex at Cameron Park features one of Lake Macquarie’s biggest sporting fields, along with a skate park and loads of other sport and recreation facilities. Kids can enjoy the cricket practice nets, netball courts, a 1km shared pathway loop, outdoor fitness equipment, a dedicated parkour area and a giant playground (with

Spark a sense of adventure in your kids this school break with our list of fun-filled outdoor activities, from treetop adventures and park playtime to adorable animal encounters!

separate climbing areas for younger and older children).

TreeTop Adventure Park Get the kids outside into the Australian outdoors with TreeTops’ natural playground at Ourimbah State Forest. They can follow selfguided rope courses with over 100 elevated obstacles including rope ladders, wobbly bridges, tunnels and cargo-nets, all varying in difficulty. For more fun, they can glide down a rollercoaster zip-line or take up a vertical challenge and climb a massive eucalyptus tree.

Australian Reptile Park Head to the Central Coast for a hands-on zoo experience with some of the most exotic reptiles from around the world as well as Australian native animals. There are live entertaining shows, themed exhibits and behind-the-scenes tours for the whole family to enjoy. You can also book your little aspiring zookeeper in for some of their animal handling programs, or camp overnight with the park’s Aussie Bush Wildlife Sleep Out, which includes campground activities like damper making and toasting marshmallows.

Speers Point Park If you haven’t been to Speers Point Park yet, you must make a day trip these school holidays. Regularly voted as one of the best in New South Wales, it has something to offer for kids of all ages, with a giant nine-metre spiral slide, a 12-metre high climbing structure (including climbing spider web nets), a double flying fox, a maze, a range of swings, a bike circuit, a wheelchair accessible play boat as well as a cafe within the fenced-in complex. Located right on the shores of Lake Macquarie, it makes for a great day out for the family.

Fur & Feathers Rescue Farm This petting zoo at Mandalong is full of heart. The farm only includes rescued, surrendered or orphaned animals, and allows children to interact with a mix of furry and feathered friends, including rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, goats and loads more.

Amazement Farm From farmstay accommodation to friendly farm animals and mazes to explore, Amazement Farm offers activities for the whole family. Located at Wyong Creek, they really have it all with magical mazes, a petting zoo, a kids’ playground, bike track, enchanted forest walk and bird sanctuary with various shows throughout the day.

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‘TIS THE SEASON With Christmas beckoning, now’s the time to start gathering your festive styling ideas to wow your guests!

Let the kids help!

There’s nothing more welcoming in this holiday season than a

your children paint some pine cones with Christmas colours and

thoughtfully-prepared Christmas table. Guests gather round the inviting scene, sharing family stories from the year before where Uncle John burnt the bbq lunch to a crisp and Nanna Beryl doused the Christmas pudding with way too much sherry. This year, we want to share with you some helpful tips on styling an outdoor Christmas setting, so you can make the most of the festive season.

Get back to nature Look to Mother Nature for inspiration this Christmas. Rather than using synthetic materials, add a runner of greenery and blooms to the table. Why not make use of our beautiful Australian natives with some eucalyptus leaves and branches? And fill some jars with sprigs of

I know, I know—this sounds like a recipe for disaster (think of the mess!), but getting your kids involved in decorating can be a really fun bonding experience. And it is the season for family after all! Have glitter and use them as table decorations. Or, if you’re having a kids’ table, give them free rein to style it! Cover the table in kraft paper and have them draw their favourite Christmas characters using textas, crayons and pencils.

Light up the scene Make the most of the outdoors and use some string lights to brighten the scene. You could even wrap Christmas lights around beams or railings, or intertwine them through plants that circle the table. But if you want something a bit more simple, you can fill mason jars with fairy lights or candles, or dot the table with tea lights.

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CHRISTMAS CAROLS IN LAMBTON PARK SUNDAY DECEMBER 16 Lambton Park 5pm

Pack a picnic and head to Lambton Park to celebrate Christmas early, with stalls and activities including jumping castles and balloon animals.

LAKE MACQUARIE CITY FARMERS MARKET CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SPECTACULAR RUNNING UNTIL SATURDAY JANUARY 26 2019

Hunter Valley Gardens 5:30pm-10pm See the gardens all lit up for the festive season this weekend, and experience some live entertainment, Santa’s workshop display, exciting rides and plenty of food and beverage stalls.

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Speers Point Park 7.30am-1.00pm These markets bring together some of the community’s best produce and products, such as organic cheeses, handcrafted patisseries, gourmet coffee and handmade quilts and toys, just to name a few.

EAT STREET COORANBONG SUNDAY JANUARY 6

Cooranbong Park 12pm-6pm On the first Sunday of every month, you can enjoy some street food, entertainment for the kids and live music.

LAKE MAC FESTIVAL SATURDAY JANUARY 26

OLIVE TREE MARKET

Speers Point Park

SATURDAY DECEMBER 15

Bring the whole family along to this Australia Day celebration, with live music, kids’ activities, a movie on the big screen and a spectacular fireworks finale to top it all off!

Civic Park 9am-3pm

Venture over to Civic Park for an eclectic mix of photography, illustrations, fashion, ceramics and loads more from a selection of local artisans.

FEBRUARY LAST SUPPER MONDAY DECEMBER 31 48 Watt Street 6:30pm

An informal cocktail soiree meets live music in this evening full of seasonal eats, culminating in a special performance by singer/ songwriter Kim Churchill.

ART CART SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 AND SUNDAY DECEMBER 16

LAKEFEST

Newcastle Art Gallery 10:30am-12:30pm

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 UNTIL SUNDAY MARCH 3 Lake Macquarie

Immerse children in the art world with Art Cart—a tactile, hands-on experience for kids of all ages running every Saturday and Sunday.

RESPECT ALL MARKETS COORANBONG SUNDAY DECEMBER 16

Cooranbong Park 9am-2pm Enjoy fresh produce and products from local vendors on the third Sunday of every month, with plenty of children’s activities on offer to keep the little ones occupied while you take a gander at the stalls.

TORONTO DOES NEW YEAR’S EVE MONDAY DECEMBER 31 Toronto Foreshore

Toronto Foreshore is welcoming the New Year with a celebration full of fireworks, music and photo booth fun!

This festival celebrates all things boating, with regattas, charity dinners, kids’ pirate fun days, and loads more for boat enthusiasts and their families.

LAKE MAC CINEMA UNDER THE STARS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16

Speers Point Park 5:30pm Take your kids outdoors for an evening of family-friendly entertainment, including live music, soccer skills and circus workshops, topped with a screening of Paddington 2.


IN EVERY WALK WITH NATURE, ONE RECEIVES FAR MORE THAN HE SEEKS.

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THE CLIMB Grab your friends and family, load up your backpack and strap on your hiking boots—we’re taking to the outdoors to get fit this season!

You may have already trekked the picturesque Watagan trails before, leaves crunching beneath your secured boots, sun peering through cracks in the canopy of trees above you as you venture ahead, equipped with only your backpack and a sense of adventure. But

DID YOU TAKE UP THE CHALLENGE AND TREK ONE OF THESE HIKES? SHARE YOUR PHOTO WITH US BY TAGGING #WPWANDERER

did you know that this beautiful sensory experience can also be a great source of fitness? As you are walking on uneven terrain, your core muscles switch to adjust your balance and strength. This means that you are activating them in a new way, toning those muscles that you might not have worked before. Not to mention, bushwalking is also beneficial for your mental health. Getting outdoors opens up your mind, preventing you from ruminating or focusing on negative thoughts. The Watagans has trails to suit all fitness levels. Here are just a few of our recommendations:

Boarding House Dam Duration: 30 minutes

Distance: 718m

Difficulty: Moderate

Starting at the picnic grounds, this light walk takes you through the cool gully rainforest. On this walk, you’ll come across a massive 120m moss-covered rock wall and some sculptured rock formations along the creek. There’s also a creek and dam nearby to top off your walk with a paddle.

Gap Creek Falls Walk Duration: 1 hour

Distance: 1.5km

Difficulty: Moderate

If you’re looking for a trail that takes a bit more effort and finishes on a high note, then we recommend the Gap Creek Falls Walk. It takes you through a dense forest of red cedars with a large Illawarra flame tree. There is a fork in the track about 300m in; the left-hand side takes you through to the Gap Creek Rainforest rest area, while the right-hand side guides you to the breathtaking Gap Creek Falls.

Abbotts Falls Walking Track Duration: 3 hours

Distance: 7.3km

Difficulty: Hard

This walk takes you on a circuit through both dry and moist forest, with side trails to dammed pools and Aboriginal carvings. Travel through an open forest full of wild flowers and descend into the moist rainforest surrounding the stunning Abbotts Falls. LIVE

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GOLDEN GARDEN TIPS Step up your plant game this summer using these helpful tips for maintaining your garden.

On vacation

Cool it!

some methods you can use so that your plants continue to thrive.

Potted plants are the most susceptible to overheating and drying out under the summer sun. Keep them cool by moving them into shaded areas where possible, and lightly mulch to lock in moisture. Avoid putting potted plants in saucers of water as this can attract mosquitoes and encourage rootrot. Stand them in a saucer of wet sand instead. And if your potted plants become really dried out, you can soak them in a bucket of water for about half an hour and then drain them.

Embrace the season It’s time for a different kind of spring-cleaning! We know it will be hard to part with them, but say goodbye to last season’s blooms and make way for some stunning summer annuals. The best flowers to plant this season are colourful varieties such as marigolds, pansies, violas and wallflowers that thrive in Watagan Park’s more temperate conditions.

If you’re planning on taking a trip this summer, and want to make sure your garden is still intact by the time you get back, there are Allocate about a day or two before you leave to tidy up your garden. Remove the weeds, trim the hedges and lightly mulch to ensure plants retain their moisture. You can also add a wetting agent to your garden so that it soaks up any rain that falls while you’re away. If you are still a bit worried, maybe call on a neighbour to water your garden in your absence.

Planting time Reap the benefits of summer planting by either setting up or adding to your veggie garden. With Watagan Park temperatures in mind, the best vegetables to plant are beetroot, parsley, pumpkin and radish. If you decide to keep some potted vegetables about, make sure they don’t get too hot as they will begin to wilt. Allow them to soak up the morning sun, but move them to a more shaded spot in the afternoons. For some extra help with your garden or landscape this summer, visit wataganparklandscaping.com.au

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CHRISTMAS CHEER High in fibre and bursting with taste, this Christmas almond and blackberry self-saucing pudding combines sweet blackberries with the nutty flavour and buttery texture of almond meal, making it a mouth-watering holiday treat. Ingredients ½ cup sugar

1 cup boiling water

¼ cup almond meal

¼ cup brown sugar

2 tbs margarine, melted

1 tbs margarine (extra)

1 cup orange juice 1 cup wholemeal self-raising flour

THE GIFT OF GIVING

½ cup white self-raising flour ¾ cup So Good lite soy milk or dairy milk 1 ½ cups frozen blackberries

Method 1. In a large mixing bowl, combine sifted flours, sugar and almond meal. Add melted margarine to milk. Slowly add milk mixture to dry ingredients. Stir until smooth batter is formed. 2. Fold through blackberries. Place mixture into a lightly greased two-litre baking dish. 3. In a separate bowl, combine orange juice, water, brown sugar and margarine. 4. Carefully pour orange juice mixture over the batter. Bake in a moderate oven (180°C) for 35 minutes, or until golden. Serve warm with low-fat ice-cream or So Good frozen dessert.

Thinking fresh? With delicious blackberries ripening this season, Lake Macquarie City Farmers Market is the place to go to pick the best selection for your Christmas dessert. The next market will be taking place on December 22. Turn to our calendar of events page to find out more!

Add a personalised touch to your Christmas gifts and make your family and friends feel extra special with these DIY Balsa Wood Chalkboard Gift Tags. What you’ll need Balsa wood Chalk Painters Tape

Spray paint Twine Chalkboard paint

Step 1 Mark shapes: Using a ruler and pen, mark the balsa wood in the shapes and sizes you want your gift tags.

Step 2 Cut: Using scissors or a Stanley knife, cut the balsa wood to your markings.

Step 3 Tape: Tape the bottom third of the gift tag with Painters Tape. Step 4 Paint: Spray the blackboard paint onto the balsa wood.

Remember to hold the spray can approx. 15cm from the surface for an even coverage. Leave to dry.

Step 5 Tape: Once the blackboard paint is completely dry, remove the original tape and tape over the blackboard paint.

Step 6 Spray paint: Using a bright colour of your choice, spray paint the remaining balsa wood. Once dry, remove all the Painters Tape.

Step 7 Make twine hole: Using a Stanley knife, cut a small square

in the balsa wood where you will thread the twine to hang your gift tag. Thread the twine and knot.

Step 8 Decorate: Decorate your gift tags using chalk. Bunnings Morisset has all materials you’ll need instore to create these sweet tags, and you can head to bunnings.com.au to watch the howto video for this project.

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meet your neighbours

A PEACEFUL PLACE TO LIVE

“We first saw Cooranbong when my brother lived here a few years ago on acreage. He showed us Watagan Park and we saw how beautiful it was going to be. We decided to live here because there is so much to do here; you can walk through the bush, walk your dog, and do all those sorts of things, so that’s what really attracted us to the area.”

Ally and Blake are heading out of the city and into the bush with their move to Watagan Park. This outdoorsy young couple, Blake, 25, and Ally, 23, have dreamt of building a home together; of setting up a place that is uniquely them in an area that embraces their love of nature. Blake works as the licensee of a hotel and Ally is employed in an admin role for a construction company, and while they enjoy working in the inner city on the Central Coast, the pair wanted a place of quiet retreat away from the clutter. “We’re still close enough, but we feel like we

THIS YOUNG PAIR WERE ALSO DRAWN TO WATAGAN PARK BECAUSE OF ITS COMMUNITY FEEL, AND THEY CAN’T WAIT TO GET OUTDOORS AND EXPLORE THE WATAGAN TRAILS WITH THEIR DOG. Ally says, “It has a great community vibe, and it feels like you’re really in the middle of nature out here.There’s just as much nature around as there are houses and that’s something I think is quite rare, especially on the Central Coast.”

can breathe out here,” shares Ally.

Both Blake and Ally have really enjoyed the process of building

The couple first learnt of Watagan Park through Blake’s brother, and

neighbourhood. “We couldn’t recommend starting a journey and

had their hearts set on it ever since they saw the area.

their first home, and they can’t wait to join the Watagan Park becoming a part of the community here more because we think it’s going to be a really great place to live,” shares Ally.

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IN THE KNOW Before 2018 comes to a close, here’s a run-down on Watagan Park, the latest offers available and the exciting developments to come in the New Year! Home Sweet Home We have seen so much growth already in the Watagan Park estate this year, and we’re pleased to see so many builds already underway before 2018 even finishes. We can’t wait to see new residents moving into their forever homes in the New Year.

Looking to Buy? There are still some lots available for those who are looking to join the Watagan Park community in 2019. Our latest release, Stage 2.7, features some of the most picturesque and private blocks in the estate ranging from 510-894sqm with never to-be-built out views. Over 50% of our 450-904sqm blocks in Stage 2.10 have already sold out.

What’s on Offer Don’t forget about our exciting Façade and Landscaping offers! Anyone purchasing a block in Stage 2.7, or any new release onwards, and building with one of the Watagan Park Display Village

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builders is eligible for $8,000* worth of complimentary façade upgrades (T&Cs apply: wataganpark.com.au/facade-offerterms-and-conditions).

Also, to help those on the path to their new dream home, Watagan Park Landscaping is offering complimentary front yard landscaping up to the value of $12,000* on any new block purchased at the estate (T&Cs apply: wataganpark.com.au/front-landscapingterms-and-conditions).

Live a bigger, effortless life thanks to Watagan Park’s new boutique-style living, launching in 2019! Have you ever dreamed of simplifying your life? Of doing away with all the clutter and taking up a more carefree lifestyle? Simple living may seem like a fad, but it’s become a way of life that many people have adopted in 2018. At Watagan Park, we want to provide more opportunities for this type of lifestyle for those who want less mortgage, less stuff and more freedom for living. We have just released a series of boutique-style housing, with lots dedicated to smart, simple living. They’ll be located on Courin Drive, which is within walking distance of Avondale School for families that are looking to live close to schooling. The blocks will range between 350-570sqm, leaving space for intimate housing with a single garage. They are suitable for first-home buyers, investors or downsizers and have been affordably designed to free you from financial worry so that you can spend more on experiences (Maybe investing in that holiday you’ve been dying to take!). There are 12 available in our first release, and construction has

RECEIVE UP TO $20,000 e WORTH OF added valu DS IN STAGE 2.7 OR ONWAR

already started, so you will need to get in quick. Packages are full turn-key, meaning that your home will be ready to live in (complete with appliances) as soon as it’s built. Invest in quality over quantity and live a happier and less stressed life. To register your interest, call 1300 888 888 and speak with one of our sales consultants.

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our mountains will move you With natural reserves, trails, picnic spots, lookouts,waterfalls, beaches to explore and mountains to climb, you can really live outside the box at Watagan Park. Our current releases and all new boutique-style housing provide endless opportunites for adventure-loving families. BOUTIQUE-STYLE HOUSING Live a bigger, simpler life in our just released boutique-style housing, with lots dedicated to smart, simple living. Stage One includes 12 blocks between 350-570sqm priced from $185,888. Turn-key house and land packages are available from $469,588, meaning that your home will be ready to live in as soon as it’s built. STAGE 2.7 RELEASE With its elevated outlook across the water catchment and parklands, this release features some of the most picturesque and private blocks in the estate. Ranging from 510-894sqm and priced from $270,888, these near-flat, fully-serviced blocks are ready to build on now. STAGE 2.10 RELEASE These near-flat blocks range from 450-904sqm in size with expansive 15m to over 20m frontages priced from $258,888. The perfect opportunity to build your dream home with plenty of space to live a peaceful and safe lifestyle within a like-minded community. 27.7

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720

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32.7

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719

639.

FREE FRONT YARD landscaping UP TO $12K PLUS FREE facade UPGRADES UP TO $8K T & Cs apply

Stage 2.7 Release Stage Plan

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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