DAHUA Group Australia has finished its first major project in New South Wales with the completion of the New Breeze masterplanned community.
All 1250 new homes across New Breeze’s 80-hectares are now sold with the community, located at the gateway to Bardia in South Western Sydney, also including parks, playgrounds, cycle paths and 40 hectares of open space.
“Dahua has delivered its New Breeze vision to create a dream home and lifestyle that’s accessible and affordable for all residents,” said Eric Li, CEO of Dahua Group, NSW & QLD.
“Our collaborative partnership with Campbelltown City Council over the past five played an important role in helping the business achieve our vision.”
Prices within the community were intentionally planned to be varied, with land parcels ranging from $238,000 to $1.5 million for lots from 135sqm to 10,000sqm, guaranteeing housing diversity and sufficient depth of market penetration.
“Dahua has created a superior lifestyle destination centred around transport, shopping, education and social facilities to leave a lasting legacy for current and future generations living in the region,” said Li.
New Breeze was designed to allow for easy access and walkability to the nearby Edmondson Park train station, the local Bardia Public School and Ed Square Town Centre.
The Place Design Group-designed 40-hectare green corridor was integrated into the community to manage stormwater, re-introduce native flora, as well as providing open green space for residents, with a walking path, gym equipment and seating.
“The green corridor continues to establish and is becoming the focal point in the development and a means of connecting residents with all the amenity, open spaces and community facilities that New Breeze has to offer,” said Nick Ison, director at Place Design Group.
Sitting eight kilometres from the Liverpool CBD and 45 minutes from the Sydney CBD, New Breeze sits in the centre of the South West Growth Corridor and will benefit from growing private and government investment into the region’s infrastructure. Particularly as it relates to the new Western Sydney International Airport.