Recently, Jinding was joined by the City of Geelong, the local Wadawurrung tribe, and key project partners to celebrate the completion of Harriott’s central park.
The formalities centred around the unveil of the bird sculpture, which is reminiscent of the Curlew Sandpiper a bird that frequents the neighbouring Sparrovale Wetlands.
On the day guests enjoyed coffees and delicious pastries from Swell Cafe, located just down the road in Jan Juc, as well as exploring the pocket parks and lawn areas across the 350m lineal reserve.
Located at the centre of the masterplan the central park has been designed with connectivity and nature in mind. This green space will play an integral role in connecting residents with Harriott’s hilltop park, alongside many neighbouring amenities including the Village Warralily, the wetlands, and the future active open space.
Harriott’s central park is ready, just in time, for our first residents to enjoy from the moment they move into our beautiful, growing community.
Check out this footage captured on the day: