Yearly Archives: 2015

Seachange Christmas Lights Celebration!

02 Feb, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Arundel News

It’s the time of the year to deck the halls with boughs of holly, or in this case, strings of fairy lights. Over 300 residents and invited guests enjoyed the Christmas spirit at Seachange Arundel’s annual Christmas Lights celebration. Over the month of December, the five star Country Club and many homes were decorated with festive themed lights in an …

Construction January 2015

01 Feb, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Emerald Lakes News

Eleven homes are now occupied at Seachange Emerald Lakes. January saw a lot of heavy rain which flooded the site but we are pleased to report that no damage was sustained to the site or the homes. Both the external and internal pools were poured, and the casting beds for the Country Club tilt panels are being prepared.   We …

Forecast for a perfect life

14 Jan, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Arundel News

MANY people will remember TV weatherman Brian Bury, who injected a unique energy into his role with Channel 9’s Today breakfast show throughout the 1980s. For Mr Bury, presenting the weather was more than reading a set of forecasts, it was a chance to have fun, and he was known for the wacky bow ties, coloured glasses and crazy antics he used …

Construction December 2014

08 Jan, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Emerald Lakes News

The community has grown with six homes now occupied at Seachange Emerald Lakes. The footings for the Country Club are being dug and poured with the carpark being prepared for pouring. The first five park side homes have roofs on and a ready for cladding. A security fence is being installed along the front of the development and this month …

First Residents Enjoy Seachange

05 Jan, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Emerald Lakes News

THE first residents have now moved in to the $75 million Seachange Emerald Lakes project at the Gold Coast. Construction is complete on homes in stage one of the over 50s gated country club estate, developed by Pradella Property Ventures. Stuart Hagan and partner Sue Absell (pictured) were among the first residents. “This is our first home together and we feel like we are on a permanent, resort-style holiday,” Ms Absell …