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Storybook characters will come to life in Officer in celebration of a new display village.
Arcadia estate, located on Bridge Road and Saffron Avenue, Officer, will transform into a storybook wonderland on Saturday 21 October for a free family fun day to launch the 35-home display village.
The celebration will include entertainment, food, music and some creatures most Melburnians won’t be used to coming across in the South-East.
Satterley Property Group general manager for Victoria and Queensland, Jack Hoffmann said the storybook theme was a nod to the book names that featured throughout Arcadia’s streets, plus the four schools within the estate.
“Creating vibrant communities is at the heart of all our projects and the launch of the display village is a great opportunity to celebrate with local residents and those families that already call Arcadia home,” Mr Hoffmann said.
“Not many developments boast more than one school, let alone four, and with this in mind, we decided a theme exploring the magic of books and the fun that comes from reading made a lot of sense for this event.”
Mr Hoffmann said the 35-home display village had something for everybody.
The event promises “real adventure” with a giant gorilla, a flock of flamingoes in a sea of floating bubbles, as well as a magical unicorn guarding chocolate coins, all close to a giant jungle tent.
“It’s going to be a lot of fun and, as you explore, you never know what you might find around the next corner,” Mr Hoffmann said.
Arcadia’s new display village features residences constructed by some of Australia’s most trusted homebuilders – from Homebuyers Centre and Boutique Homes to Metricon and Porter Davis – with floorplans, designs and interior finishes to suit every taste and budget.
Everyone is welcome to the 21 October launch, from local community members to those on the lookout for a new home or investment property.
All visitors have the chance to win a Gold Class cinema experience worth $6000. The winner will get to book out an entire cinema at Karingal and enjoy a movie in luxury for up to 40 people.
The celebrations begin at midday.

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