A NUMBER of Gladstone property buyers are the stars of a new TV campaign promoting the $1.4 billion Riverstone Rise community at Boyne Island.
The new campaign was launched this week and features the testimonials of a variety of Riverstone Rise buyers, including individuals, couples and families.
Riverstone Rise Project Director Grant Botica said the goal of the campaign was to show people what it was like to live at Riverstone Rise.
“Riverstone Rise is a wonderful place that has attracted buyers from many different backgrounds and lifestyles,” he said. “With this campaign, we wanted to illustrate all the reasons why people love Riverstone Rise.”
Resident Ashley Spanner said she lives at Riverstone Rise because it is close to the beach and the dam.
She also said it is a “peaceful and beautiful” place to “come home to”.
Meanwhile, Kathryn Spargo loves living at Riverstone Rise as her children Abby and Liam had easy access to some “safe” and “secure” parks.
Mr Botica said he expected the campaign to generate a lot of interest in Riverstone Rise, Gladstone’s largest master planned community.
The community is located in Boyne Island - close enough to the Gladstone CBD to enjoy all of the amenities and just five minutes from the popular beach community Tannum Sands.
The community will be built on 496.6ha of land. Over 128ha of the site will be dedicated to reserves, open spaces and parklands.
A childcare centre has already opened and there are plans for a proposed retail hub, medical centre, a primary school and river facilities to complement the 4.2km river frontage upon completion.
Upon completion, Riverstone Rise will be home to over 7,500 people. There are currently 500 people living in the community.
For more information on Riverstone Rise visit www.riverstonerise.com.au