Seachange Village Arundel has unveiled its new Village Green, designed to provide the community with an open air meeting place where residents can celebrate public events or indulge in physical, social or spiritual activities.
The Village Green has been planned to facilitate and respect the ways in which residents experience and use the area with friends and family.
It features an intimate Zen garden for meditation, yoga and Tai Chi, allowing the residents to nourish their mind, body and soul; a community pavilion for intimate private or social gatherings; two separate BBQ areas for social family or community gatherings; a community garden for green fingered residents; large grassed areas for recreation, exercise and the grandchildren to play; a state of the art wellness centre; and sparkling pool.
Seachange Project Director Phil Goodman stated that the Village Green was a wonderful place for residents of Seachange Village Arundel to meet, relax and socialise.
“They can read a book, practice yoga, share a Sunday picnic with their neighbours or enjoy an invigorating dip in the sparkling new pool,” he said.
“The new facilities will help residents stay active, healthy and engaged and enjoy a vibrant lifestyle at Seachange Village Arundel.”
Mr Goodman said the Village Green will also form an integral part of the Seachange walking trail as adjacent to the village is the 78ha Coombabah and Lakes Conservation area, 1.8 hectare park which has been created along the western boundary of the village.”
“Seachange has become renowned for its landscaped area, and the Village Green will be a showcase area for use by residents, their family and friends” he said.