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Maxwell Creek Oval: active recreation facilities and so much more

Dahua Group Australia has received development approval from Campbelltown City Council for its $7.7 million Maxwell Creek Oval project in Bardia’s New Breeze master planned community.

Located in Parkside – stage 3 – Maxwell Creek Oval spans approximately 12,000 square metres and has elevated views from the surrounding area into the precinct.

Features include a large playing oval for cricket and two full-sized fields for rugby league and soccer pursuits, nature-based play area, flying fox, swings and slides, picnic area, shaded barbecue precinct, swing, climbing equipment and amenities building servicing the sports facilities.

Development approval was granted earlier this year for Ingleburn Park and the Northern Corridor, valued at approximately $3.3 million and connected to Maxwell Creek Oval.

Ingleburn Park (pictured below), comprising over 4,125 sqm will be an active recreational space featuring a climbing wall, fireman poles, climbing net, slides, play equipment, shelter and seat walling.

The Northern Corridor spans 20,500 sqm and will act as a passive and active recreational precinct with open multi-function green spaces, footpaths, cycleways and shelters. They will be intertwined with landscaping, native plants and shade trees.

“Maxwell Creek Oval completes our green network at New Breeze, linking pedestrians and cyclists with all of the sports and recreational facilities,’’ says Eric Li, the Chief Executive Officer of Dahua Group NSW and Queensland.

“Providing several high quality amenities is an integral part of a functional master planned community.

“We worked with prominent landscape architects Place Design Group to interconnect facilities with the natural landscape and residences.

“Promoting an active, healthy lifestyle is an important part of New Breeze’s design to encourage conversations amongst residents,’’ says Mr Li.

“We expect several community and family events to be organised in the local parks and many local sports associations to use the facilities.

“The outdoors provides the perfect setting to meet neighbours in a relaxed environment surrounded by nature,” he added.

Steven Holmes, principal landscape architect for Place Design Group said: “Maxwell Creek Oval will rapidly become a key focal point for the local community.

“The design combines the latest in designated formal sports facilities with current trends in nature play and the creation of an immersive experience for users.

“We were able to make the most of significant changes in topography across the site, resulting in slides on various grades, rope nets and rock play. There are spaces for informal recreation, picnics, barbecue facilities and market stalls.”

Construction of Maxwell Creek Oval is expected to start in the first half of next year, with completion expected by the end of 2019.

Land lot sizes in New Breeze start at 200 sqm with prices from $340,000. All of the lots are easy build and are positioned within walking distance to Parkside’s recreational facilities.

The community will comprise approximately 1,300 new homes with a range of housing types.

New Breeze is eight kilometres from Liverpool’s CBD and about 45 minutes from Sydney’s CBD.

It is at the gateway to the expanding Sydney South West Growth Centre and provides easy access to the second airport at Badgerys Creek under construction.

Liverpool Westfield, Casula Mall and Crossroad Homemaker Centre are all within a 10 to 15-minute drive.

Twelve public and private schools including Macquarie Fields High School and William Carey Christian School are also within a 15-minute drive.

The sales office is located at 77 Bardia Avenue, Bardia. For further information and to register your interest in New Breeze visit www.newbreeze.com.au or call 1300 832 482.

 

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