At the heart of Nature’s Edge are the residents who bring the Natures Edge Rainforest community to life with camaraderie like no other.
New visitors had a chance to get a taste of this friendly community atmosphere during the Open Day earlier this month. Nature’s Edge residents volunteered their time to greet and direct visitors, serve at food stalls, and ensure everyone received a glass of champagne on arrival.
More than 200 people visited the village to check out the quality master built homes on offer and experience the unique community atmosphere.
Nature’s Edge Sales Manager Lyn Morrison said the event was a huge success, with the village still feeling the flow-on effects from the day.
“Visitors just couldn’t believe how quiet and peaceful the village was. While it’s in proximity to so much, it feels like it’s miles away from the hustle and bustle,” Lyn said.
“People were so surprised at the quality and size of homes, and the amount of community facilities that would be at their fingertips. They were really impressed by the friendliness of the residents and staff.
“Our residents were the real advocates of Nature’s Edge on the day. Their enthusiasm, their honour and pride in where they live really showed in just how much effort they put into the event to make it a great experience for visitors.”
For sales enquiries, phone Lyn on 1800 218 898.
Nature’s Edge Buderim’s newest residents
Nature’s Edge Buderim welcomed another seven residents to The Rise this month – and they are all feeling at home already.
Amongst the village’s newest residents are Sean and Gail, who moved from Nambour; Ian and Marilyn from Twin Waters; and Ray and Corrie formerly of Buderim.
Former Moffat Beach woman, Glenie, and her pooch, Ruby, also made the big move.
The pair can be spotted almost every afternoon taking a stroll through the leafy village. Glenie
Glenie said moving from her home of more than 30 years was daunting at first – but she couldn’t imagine life anywhere else now. I adore my home and especially the views of rainforest from literally every window.”
“When I got here and experienced the community, the safety, the friendships and the beautiful environment, I felt so at ease,” Glenie said.
“It’s so nice to wake up in the morning and know I have all of this on my doorstep.”