14 August 2018

Media release

A new park featuring twin state-of-the-art adventure playgrounds in Stockland’s Newport community is proving to be a drawcard for families.

Located on Brindabella Street, Central Park features the latest in children’s play equipment including elevated rope walks and ladders, slides, swings, and facilities for social gatherings and ball games.

With two custom-designed shelters, barbecues and toilets, Central Park provides the space and facilities for families to enjoy parties and gatherings, while keeping the children entertained.

David Laner, Acting Queensland General Manager for Residential Communities at Stockland, said the new park was becoming a popular destination for families from around the region since its opening in June.

“Our new park at Newport has something for everyone and provides an exceptional community space to support the health and wellbeing of our residents,” Mr Laner said.

Central Park has two separate play areas, providing independent spaces and equipment for toddler and older child play.

A central paved area provides multiple shaded areas and space for kids to ride their bikes and scooters and there is an open grass area for ball games. Mature trees will provide shade to key areas of the park.

Newport occupies a prime position in Brisbane’s thriving northern growth corridor on the Redcliffe Peninsula and is located 36 kilometres from Brisbane CBD.

The community will be home to more than 5,000 residents upon completion with almost 2,000 dwellings and a future town centre.

Upon completion, Newport will also feature proposed waterside dining, leafy foreshore parks, kilometres of cycling and walking paths, a 22-hectare lake with deep water, high mast boat access to Moreton Bay and easy access to schools, shops, health facilities, public transport and beaches.

Non-waterfront lots at Newport presently start from $251,900 for a 263 square metre homesite, with waterfront lots ranging from $591,900 for a 336 square metre lot to $969,900 for a 637 square metre lot.

Development of the Newport Retirement Village is also under way, with the 125 architecturally designed apartments set to see the first resident move in by August 2019.

To find out more about Newport, visit the Sales and Information Centre on the corner of Griffith Road and Boardman Road, Newport, or go to www.stockland.com.au/newport. You can also become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/newportwaterside.