ALLARA NEWS & UPDATES 

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Keep in the know about what's planned or happening in and around our Allara land sales and community updates by joining our mailing list and receive email updates direct to your inbox. By signing up, you'll get regular development updates so you'll be the first to know about new features coming to the estate.

You'll never miss an event either - we'll make sure to give you plenty of notice so you can save the dates in your calendar and enjoy all that's being offered on your doorstep!

The team at Allara like to know what's happening in the surrounding area as well, so we'll be sure to share any news that comes to hand that might affect or interest you as residents living in Allara Estate Eglinton.  

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The next step from there is to get active by commenting, tagging and sharing to become a fully fledged member of our Facebook community.

 


 

Allara Residents Group

Residents Groups are a great way for neighbours to connect and work together for their community!

The Allara Residents Group has already successfully hosted two events and are continuing to grow and become more active within their community.The Residents Group usually meet the first Monday evening of each month at the Allara Sales & Information Centre. Anyone living at Allara is welcome to attend these gatherings and be involved in what’s planned for the community. To find out exact details of the next group meeting please contact Community Development Officer, Katie Dixon on 9368 9184 or katied@satterley.com.au.

 

 


 

HOT OFF THE PRESS

The latest news making headlines at Allara 

Allara community mini library

A mini street library has just landed in Kinkuna Park. Street libraries are a window into the mind of a community, books come and go, no one needs to check them in or out. People can simply reach in take what interests them and replace that book with one they think others will enjoy. When they are done, they return them to the street library, or pass on to friends.