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Families across the west enjoyed a fun-filled day out in the weekend sunshine at the 2015 Summersault community festival at Caroline Springs.
Held on Saturday 21 February at the Town Centre Recreation Reserve, Caroline Springs, this annual community festival brought together friends and families in a day filled with activities and live performances.
Proud major sponsor, Woodlea hosted its own festivities including delicious ‘Bike and Blends’ smoothies and flower garland making with kids and families alike kept happy with free popcorn and icy poles.
Crowds were treated to a live performance from headline acts such as Justice Crew, Ngaiire and the Pierce Brothers who entertained visitors until the late hours. The day of festivities was capped off with a spectacular fireworks show.
As an annual event, Summersault not only brings spectacular stage shows and fun for the family but focuses on bringing together and growing the communities from across the west.
Woodlea Project Director, Matthew Dean said the event hosted by the City of Melton was an exciting introduction into this growing community.
“We were extremely proud to be the major sponsor of Summersault 2015. The festival was Woodlea’s first official sponsorship and we were honored to be part of an event that brought people together in such a festive atmosphere. We’re pleased to have received such a warm welcome by the community and we look forward to supporting such events in the future.
“Community is at the cornerstone of delivering the newest development in Melbourne’s west, with over a third of its land allocated to open spaces, the community gives our residents access to dedicated cycling tracks, parks, local wetlands and education.
“It’s our vision that these facilities will encourage and foster a healthy and happy environment,” said Dean.
Direct access to Caroline Springs is one step closer for our residents with Phase 2 of Taylors Road opening earlier this week. The third and final stage of this exciting project which includes a bridge crossing over the Kororoit Creek is due for completion in 2020 making Caroline Springs a short 5km drive away!
Come down & support the teams this Sunday morning for their first game of the winter season. Proudly supported by Woodlea, this competition will be held each Sunday at Frontier Reserve. Aintree Cricket Club are still seeking players - to enquire contact them through their page for more info.
Have you heard....Woodlea's Public Primary School is scheduled to open in 2021! This is just another, of a vast array of education options within our community. Read more below.
A Pooches Paradise is coming to Woodlea! Due to popular demand our first ever dog park is under construction & expected to open by the end of the year. With plenty of green open space & custom play equipment this park is sure to be a huge hit with your furry friends. Read on for more information.
**ROCKBANK TRAIN STATION CLOSURE** Due to scheduled demolition works by Public Transport Victoria at Rockbank Train station - we have made changes to our usual daily Shuttle Bus Services from 24 June - late August. The buses will now run to & from Caroline Springs at alternate times listed in the below link. Please ensure that you plan ahead & allow extra time to arrive at your destination on time.
Don’t stay inside this long weekend - keep your fitness alive with a family stroll ???? Better yet, Woodlea is teeming with parks & green spaces just waiting to be explored!
Baby Playgroup is coming to Woodlea! Due to popular demand these ticketed catch ups will run every Wednesday from 1-2:30pm. Ensure you secure your free ticket each Monday as numbers are limited. More details below.
Take action to #BeatAirPollution! It's World Environment Day today & more so than any other day of the year, we should be caring for our planet. Whether it's saving energy around the home, being more vigilant with your recycling or simply ditching the car for your bike we can all play a vital part in protecting our health & planet from the effects of air pollution. Tell us what you'll be doing for #WorldEnvironmentDay today!