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Saturday 21st February 2015

Woodlea gets festive at this year's Summersault Festival

Families across the west enjoyed a fun-filled day out in the weekend sunshine at the 2015 Summersault community festival at Caroline Springs. 
Held on Saturday 21 February at the Town Centre Recreation Reserve, Caroline Springs, this annual community festival brought together friends and families in a day filled with activities and live performances.

Proud major sponsor, Woodlea hosted its own festivities including delicious ‘Bike and Blends’ smoothies and flower garland making with kids and families alike kept happy with free popcorn and icy poles.

Crowds were treated to a live performance from headline acts such as Justice Crew, Ngaiire and the Pierce Brothers who entertained visitors until the late hours. The day of festivities was capped off with a spectacular fireworks show.

As an annual event, Summersault not only brings spectacular stage shows and fun for the family but focuses on bringing together and growing the communities from across the west.

Woodlea Project Director, Matthew Dean said the event hosted by the City of Melton was an exciting introduction into this growing community.

“We were extremely proud to be the major sponsor of Summersault 2015. The festival was Woodlea’s first official sponsorship and we were honored to be part of an event that brought people together in such a festive atmosphere. We’re pleased to have received such a warm welcome by the community and we look forward to supporting such events in the future.

“Community is at the cornerstone of delivering the newest development in Melbourne’s west, with over a third of its land allocated to open spaces, the community gives our residents access to dedicated cycling tracks, parks, local wetlands and education.

“It’s our vision that these facilities will encourage and foster a healthy and happy environment,” said Dean. 

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