Central park the real perk for Brunslea Park residents

An empty paddock in the middle of Brunslea Park will soon be transformed into a state-of-the-art park.

Central Park will bring together all the residents in the estate with a large undercover barbecue area, exercise equipment and playground equipment.

Works are set to begin later this month and will be completed by the end of August.

One of Brunslea Park’s newest couples is excited to see the works finished. 

Beth Goldspink and Daniel Nisbet will use the park to run their two dogs who are full of energy and to relax.

“We’ve always wanted somewhere close to take our fur babies to walk, run and play so it's awesome,” Beth said.

“The stress of life can sometimes be draining so somewhere to relax and unwind close to home will be so handy.”

The couple were actually engaged on their new block earlier this year after deciding to build their dream home in Brunslea Park.

Daniel popped the question at the couple's newly purchased block after they’d been deciding how their new home would sit on the block.

"As we were walking back to the car Daniel spun me around and pulled out a ring and asked me to marry him,” Beth said.

“We now have a special story to tell our family, children and grandchildren that this is the spot Daniel proposed to me. And it just made the move to Brunslea all the more exciting too.”

The couple had been living together for five years and renovated their previous home with the goal of building their forever home.

Once they got to the position where they were financially stable they took the next step and invested in their own block at Brunslea Park.

“We wanted to live somewhere our kids can play in their front yard and finding neighbours that can turn into lifelong friends like we did growing up,” Beth said.

“We did a lot of researching and found the Brunslea community offered everything we were looking for.

“Buying your first property is a massive step and very nerve wrecking, the help we had from Maddie and Sam and the feedback we received from people in the community were great so it was a no brainer to be apart of the Brunslea community.”

Madeleine Powley