March 21, 2016
Easter came early for the children of Harvest at Chisholm yesterday, when the Easter Bunny hopped along to say hello.
Residents, and those in the process of building their new home at Harvest, enjoyed afternoon tea with the Easter Bunny. The event was hosted by developer, Avid Property Group, to foster a sense of community at Harvest.
“Harvest’s Easter event provided a wonderful opportunity for future neighbours to get to know each other and share their stories of building a new home,” said Nathan Huon, Project Director NSW, Avid Property Group.
“The children were delighted! They could hardly believe that the Easter Bunny made a special visit to their neighbourhood,” Mr Huon said.
Children enjoyed dancing with the Easter Bunny and hunting for Easter eggs around the community garden. The children’s creativity was on display at the Easter craft station where they decorated colourful Easter bags.
“Opportunities for interaction in the early stages of Harvest’s development are integral to fostering a strong sense of community,” said Mr Huon.
Harvest is a new 400 lot master-planned residential community offering prime building lots overlooking Four Mile Creek. The community will feature a network of shared walking and cycle paths, excellent transport links and a proposed community park within an easy walk of every home.
On completion, all lots at Harvest will be fully serviced for gas, electricity, water and connection to the NBN. All lots in Stage One and Stage Two have sold.