20 February 2018 3 min read

Stockland Pallara offers new house and land packages well below the Brisbane average house price

The innovative play space will take good energy to the next level, offering families a chance to play in a unique space that features a reflexology path, a cricket practice net, a ping pong table and a kid’s playground.


David Laner, Regional Manager at Stockland, said the exciting new park is a first for Stockland’s residential communities throughout Australia.


“Stockland is always looking forward to provide exciting and innovative features to enhance our residential communities and Pallara’s new Feng Shui park will offer a truly unique experience to locals,” Mr Laner said.


“We’ve teamed up with accredited Feng Shui consultant Derelle Ball, from Centaine Consultants, to offer this one-of-a-kind inclusive park that beautifully harmonises nature with play elements to engage the senses and provide a peaceful place for everyone.”


Mrs Ball has worked as Feng Shui consultant since 2000 and said it was a privilege to contribute to such an exciting new park, which provided functionality and connectivity in beautiful surrounds.


“Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese system that seeks to harmonise individuals with their surrounding environment through the orientation of magnetic energies, elements and the influence of surrounding landform,” Mrs Ball said.


“Pallara’s new Feng Shui park now embodies that system through internal pathways that connect to beneficial and nurturing Qi (living transformative energy) while encouraging families to relax and reconnect with the earth and to each other.”


The park will feature soothing earth tones, a naturally flowing layout and a combination of quiet and active spaces to provide a haven to play or relax.


There will be a designated sanctuary area, meandering walkways, fountains and picnic tables, as well as seating areas, a shelter and a barbecue.


“The park will also feature a reflexology walk, which encourages people to take their shoes off and walk over rounded pebbles on a gently meandering path to gently massage meridian points within the feet,” Mrs Ball said.


“There will be other wonderful relaxing spaces such as the the sanctuary/Tai Chi area in the north east sector, which will draw on supportive health and relationship energy while providing a great location for people to lay on the ground, take off their shoes and absorb nurturing earth energy.”


Mr Laner said the entire park would be divided into sectors to adhere with Feng Shui energy flows and elemental guidelines while being a beautiful place for the entire family to enjoy.


The park will officially open to the public later this year.