Construction on sporting fields, play areas begins at Bardia

Sporting fields, children's equipment, picnic facilities and more are on their way to Bardia.

Work has just begun on the Dahua Group's Maxwell Creek Oval project at the New Breeze masterplanned community in Bardia.

Local civil construction business TRN Group is undertaking the $8.5 million project which spans approximately 12,000sqm.

Dahua development manager Paddy O'Donoghue said he had great confidence in TRN to deliver the community assets.

"TRN was awarded the civil infrastructure and subdivision works for all stages withing New Breeze," he said.

"They have don an excellent job in helping bring our first masterplanned project in Sydney to life and were an obvious choice to continue with the Maxwell Creek Oval precinct.

"Dahua has helped stimulate the local economy by creating many construction jobs for local businesses in New Breeze.

"Partnerships have been formed with recognised professionals within the local market to deliver Dahua's vision to create a thriving community.

"Maxwell Creek Oval, designed by landscape architects Place Design Group, completes the green network in New Breeze, linking pedestrians and cyclists with sport and recreational facilities."

The oval will include a cricket ground, two full-sized rugby league and soccer fields, nature-based play area, flying fox, swings and slides, picnic area, shaded barbecue precinct, climbing equipment and an amenities building servicing the sports facilities.

Maxwell Creek Oval is expected to be complete later this year.

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