Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event


Satterley Property Group held a Super Saturday community event in Jindalee.
Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event
Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event
Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event
Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event
Jindalee foreshore park unveiling a popular event
Satterley Property Group held a Super Saturday community event in Jindalee.

A JINDALEE foreshore reserve was officially launched last month with a Super Saturday event.

The event also saw the launch of the playground and farmers’ market at Eden Beach estate, with more than 17 produce stalls.

City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts cut the ribbon at the launch and said it was great for the costal destination.

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“Eden Beach is fast becoming an iconic coastal destination for residents and visitors of Perth’s northern coastal corridor,” she said.

“The new foreshore park and playground has created a hub of positive activity to support and enhance the development of the local community and allows visitors to enjoy the relaxed causal lifestyle.” The event also featured superheroes, bouncy castles, face painting and airbrush tattoos.

Satterley Property Group’s community development officer Lyndsey Stoney said it was fantastic to see a great turnout and many coming to support the farmers’ market.

“The park was alive and full of activity,” she said.

“People were carrying bags brimming with beautiful produce and children playing everywhere – it was a wonderful atmosphere.

“We hope that people will continue to support the markets in this great new location.”

The farmers’ market will open from 8am to noon every Saturday at the western end of Reflection Boulevard.