Four years on from construction commencing on the over $300 million masterplanned development, the last piece of Pallara has sold in Stockland’s thriving community in Brisbane’s south-western growth corridor.
Pallara is now home to 2,000 residents, largely first home buyers and families, who have been drawn to the thriving community’s connectivity.
Stockland’s 2020 liveability survey showed more than 85 per cent of Pallara residents felt proud to live in the community, praising its liveability and connectivity.
David Franklin, Senior Development Manager at Stockland, said the last piece of Pallara selling was a chance to take stock of everything achieved since the community opened.
“We’re really proud of the community we have created in Pallara in just four years. With two parks, kilometres of footpaths and a multitude of trees planted, our residents are spoiled with a beautiful, family-friendly community still close to the CBD,” Mr Franklin said.
“Our last buyers are due to settle before the end of the year so that they start building their dream home and enjoy the best of both worlds – a beautiful, relaxed setting with everything they need at their doorstep, including shops, schools, medical facilities and public transport,” Mr Franklin said.
Pallara is home to a number of family-friendly destinations, including Pallara Central Park – Stockland’s first feng shui designed playground – as well as Pallara District Park and the recently upgraded off-leash dog park.
Piyush and Jagruti Patel recently purchased in Pallara and have been wowed by the community’s liveability and proximity to local parks and natural environment.
“As soon as we arrived at Pallara we were both really impressed with the community as a whole,” Mr. Patel said.
“As first home buyers, we loved that we could purchase in an established community that already feels like home. And the fact that our home is so close to everything is great.”
Pallara quick facts:
● Construction commenced in 2016 on the over $300 million Stockland development
● More than 1,500 jobs were created throughout construction
● Upon completion, the 122-hectare community will have 2,000 residents living in 638 homes
● More than five kilometres of footpaths connect homes to key community amenities
● 40 nest boxes installed for local fauna through Pallara’s 57-hectare conservation area
● Planned future Translink bus service and retail precinct
For more information on Stockland Pallara, call 13 LAND (13 5263) or visit https://www.stockland.com.au/residential/qld/pallara .