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Future clubhouse tours a hit with Open Home guests

Future clubhouse tours a hit with Open Home guests


Curious crowds flocked to the Natura Port Stephens Open Home event on Saturday 3 February to be amongst first to take a behind the scenes tour of the future clubhouse and lake precinct with Natura’s Development Manager, Max Camden.

After enjoying a delicous brunch and exploring the display homes, guests boarded Natura’s community bus and were chauffered past the construction fence while Max discussed the vision for Natura and how the community is carefully designed to integrate with the natural surrounds.

“The community has seen a number of changes in the last year to increase the protection of the local wildlife. We’ve working closely with local council, the Koala Koalition and the Port Stephens Koala Hospital, to support and increase the neighbouring koala habitat protection corridor,” he said.

“Our commitment to protect the native fauna means that Natura Port Stephens is an entirely pet-free community. While we certainly understand that many residents want to bring along their pets, our Natura location means we have a responsibility to the local wildlife and a duty to protect them where possible,” said Max.

Passing the future sensory garden, the tour stopped to look out across Natura’s stunning natural lake which is surrounded by native trees and home to a number of local birds.  This wildlife oasis will soon feature a boardwalk and community walking path – exclusively for Natura residents.

Overlooking the private lake and next on Max’s behind the scenes tour was the future “Evergreen” clubhouse construction zone on Lakeside Drive.

Once completed, the clubhouse will feature a magnesium infinity pool overlooking the lake, cinema, spa, gym, craft studio, library, bowling green, veggie garden, fire pit and will serve as the health and wellbeing hub of the community.

“Seeing the lake precinct and hearing about this amazing new clubhouse really completes the whole picture for people considering a move to Natura Port Stephens,” said Max.

“The residents who have seen the site can envisage the beauty of this new clubhouse and lake precinct and how seamlessly it will integrate with the natural surrounds. We hope that the guests who attended the Open Home will also see the vision and want to become part of this welcoming community,” said Max.

“We expect construction to be completed by the end of this year and while our residents are enjoying the social life in the temporary clubhouse, they can’t wait to start making the most of this new community facility,” said Max.

During the event, Natura’s friendly residents mingled with guests in the display homes and at the various brunch stations to answer any questions about living at Natura.

Guests were invited to wander through the beauitfully styled Banksia, Bottlebrush, Lillypilly and Tea Tree display homes and then walk along Autumn Avenue to see other home sites which featured their favourite design.

“The Open Home was a chance for those interested in Natura, to really explore the homes and find the design that would suit their lifestyle,” said Community Sales Manager, Sheree Richardson.

“We have move-in-ready homes for each of those four home designs, so it was a great opportunity for guests to really imagine themselves living in the space that spoke to them,” said Sheree.

If you would like to tour the display homes at Natura and go on a private tour of the future clubhouse and lake precinct, contact Community Sales Manager, Sheree Richardson.

Book an appointment on 0408 295 737, visit Natura’s onsite sales office at 16 Trotter Road, Bobs Farm, Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm (except public holidays) or click the button below.