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New Spring Land Release

by madorabayblog In New Land Sales

27. August 2018 13:13

Madora Bay will be releasing a limited range of brand new home sites for sale on Saturday 1st September 2018. There has been a great deal of anticipation for the release of this land as it contains several larger sized blocks up to 761sqm.

 

Stage 22A is located on the south side of Orelia Street along Eleanore Drive, Bonnington Loop and Elderslie Rise. A real highlight of this land release is that several blocks have a 17m or wider frontage, perfect for those seeking side access. If you have a boat or caravan to accommodate, you will know that home sites with wide frontages are getting harder to find. All blocks are retained and most are a neat rectangular shape. The blocks are just a short walk to the beach and the new regional shopping centre.

 

Madora Bay has become a highly desirable suburb to live in. Its residents enjoy a lifestyle that is difficult to match elsewhere. There is little traffic generating infrastructure within the Madora Bay Estate so the streets are quiet and safe, yet everything you need is close by. Quality private and public schools are located nearby along with the new shopping centre featuring Coles, Aldi and Kmart plus a number of other specialty shops and dining options. A new Catholic High School has also been earmarked for the development.

 

Madora Bay Beach is the main drawcard to the area. With its powdery white sands and crystal blue waters, it’s the perfect beach for swimming, fishing or just enjoying a walk on a balmy summer evening. Its beach side lifestyle, along with the high standard of homes in the area have seen Madora Bay out perform many other suburbs in the area with consistent growth in value.

 

The new release home sites at Madora Bay will come with a free fencing and landscaping package, subject to the usual conditions. It is expected that these home sites will attract strong interest and be snapped up fairly quickly. We strongly encourage buyers to register their interest with Estate Sales Agent Barry Mitting by calling 0474 440 666. The land sale will start at 9am sharp on Saturday 1st September 2018 at the Sales Office on Lord Hobart Drive. Blocks will be sold on a “first in – best dressed” basis.


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Young Lives Worth Saving

by madorabayblog In community news

26. May 2016 11:00

Over the last 6 months, the Peel community has been forced to grapple with the senseless tragedy of several youth suicides within our community. These deaths have had an enormous impact not only on the families and friends of those involved, but also on the wider community as a whole.

Unfortunately, suicide is the biggest cause of death in young people in Australia. Youth who come from regional areas tend to be more at risk, with an increase in mental health problems stemming from a variety of issues such as higher unemployment, housing stress and social isolation.

The sharp increase in recent youth suicides in the Peel Region has raised awareness of mental health issues, and also the lack of resources available to our young people. Both state and federal governments have been heavily criticized for their lack of real funding to such an important social issue. Mandurah’s local business community has rallied behind this important cause showing great generosity.

Madora Bay Partnership has made an honourable donation of $25,000 to PYMS (Peel Medical Youth Services) and a further $25,000 donation to Passages Resource Centre. “As local corporate citizens, Madora Bay Partnership is keen to assist in overcoming this scourge on the young community of Peel,” said Madora Bay Partnership Director, John Perry.

PYMS require funding for their 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program which is ready to be rolled out across schools. Passages Resource Centre assists homeless youth in finding safe accommodation. Other community support has come in the form of charity raising events such as Choirfest which involves more than 300 children holding a concert to raise money towards mental health programs. Bendigo Bank donated $2,500 towards this event and the City of Mandurah donated $2,000. There will also be a PYMS Charity Ball held on the 18th June at Bendigo Bank Stadium with all funds raised going to the PYMS 3-Tier Youth Mental Health Program.PYMS SmallPassages Small


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