Discover the latest community news, land development updates, events and resident activities in 2019’s first edition of the Parklea QTRLY, available online now.
Kaduna Park’s Family Picnic Day saw over 200 residents welcomed to the homestead for the first time with gourmet food and live music. The picnic was a great way to build the Kaduna Park community, with residents meeting their future neighbours while touring their new estate.
Kaduna Park will soon be home to a new display village, due to open mid-2019, which will showcase sophisticated and modern designs from 17 of Melbourne’s best builders. Meanwhile, the prestigious suite of townhouses Corbin Walk by Sienna Homes will set new benchmarks for functional yet beautiful townhouses in the South East.
In community news, Timbermill Café welcomed new owners and Timbertop residents, Jo Whitney and Travis Murphy, who took over the café in January. It’s been a busy few months, but they are loving their new venture into hospitality.
Fellow Timbertop residents Dr. Mark Yee and his wife Melissa celebrated their one year anniversary in the Timbertop Estate. Eden Facey-Smith, Sales Consultant at Parklea and among the fifth-generation of prominent Facey developers in the South East, reflected on his journey into land development and sales.
In other news, the Pakenham Show delighted families with the unexpected Australian Reptile Show, presented by Reptile Encounters, while the Timbertop Estate Residents’ Group hosted the family favourite Moonlight Cinema night at Hicks Reserve and the Timbertop Wine and Cheese tasting event at D’Angelo’s Estate. Upcoming events are sure to be as successful, including the Emerald ANZAC Day Dawn Service, the Yakerboo Festival, the Pakenham Art Show and shows at the Cardinia Cultural Centre.
Read the QTRLY online now and keep an eye out for the printed edition in the Parklea Office and the Star Newspaper.
Pakenham East, a new suburb comprising 7,200 new homes, will feature a local town centre and convenience centre, two government primary schools, one non-government primary school, one government secondary school, three community centres and 44 hectares (or 22 MCG’s worth) of local parks and sports reserves.
Living in a contemporary family home in the suburbs with no energy bills is now closer to reality – built by SJD Homes, you can see it at Parklea Developments’ Timbertop Estate in Officer.
In its third year of operation, the Parklea Winter Food Drive is proud to report that the generosity of the local community has helped break last year's record of 330 kilograms of donations, with 2018 collecting over 500kg of non-perishable food.
Parklea has come along way since Andrew Facey founded the business in the early 1970s. With a tight pool of staff, Parklea thrives and grows...
Parklea Developments are running a Winter Food Drive in conjunction with The 4C’s to bring much-needed food to families who are doing it tough this winter.
As part of Richmond’s new community development partnership with Parklea and the Cardinia Shire Council, Richmond forward Aaron Edwards helped out...
On Wednesday, 6 May we had the pleasure of having the executive team of the Richmond Football Club and AFL South East visit the Parklea offices...
Parklea is proud to be supporting the 2015 Parklea Pakenham Agricultural & Horticultural Show.
Parklea is proud to support this year’s Parklea Pakenham Agricultural & Horticultural Show, taking place on Saturday 19th of March.
On Friday the 23rd of January we will be presenting Richmond Football Club’s Australia Day training event at the Toomuc Recreational Reserve in Pakenham.
On Tuesday night Richmond took some time to share their own insights to over 200 Cardinia community members.