The countdown is on to Shoreline’s Jingeri Festival!

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Ready, set, play! There’s not long to go before Shoreline’s first community park, Jingeri Park is officially opened on Sunday, 5th February 2023 at the Jingeri Festival, hosted by the Shoreline team from Lendlease.

We can’t wait to welcome the Shoreline residents and the wider communities to enjoy a day of kids activities, food trucks, face painting and live music, this will be a fun-filled family affair and an exciting new chapter in the story of Shoreline.

Come along and enjoy the thrill of the park’s 8.5m high lighthouse structure and jetty, which pays homage to the iconic Cleveland Point lighthouse.

The first of its kind for the region, the two-hectare park draws its name from the traditional owners of the land, the Quandamooka and Yugambeh People, where Jingeri means “welcome” in Yugambeh language.

The park is a fantastic asset not just for residents but the broader Redlands Coast region, reflecting the stunning bush to bay lifestyle that Shoreline has to offer.

Come and join us at this milestone event, take a leisurely stroll along our display village and visit the Shoreline team in our new Sales and Information Centre.

Sunday, 5th February 2023

11am - 2pm

Jingeri Park at Shoreline, Jingeri Street Redland Bay (opposite the Shoreline Sales and Information Centre)

Dedicated car parks and street parking available onsite

RSVP on our official Facebook event here 

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Here’s five facts you may not know about Jingeri Park:
  • The park has been designed as a gathering point for members of the community and was carefully planned with a focus on sustainability and green placemaking
  • Jingeri Park is the first of its kind for the region and is shaped by it’s the site’s history
  • The park includes a bespoke lighthouse and jetty play structure, inspired by the lighthouse constructed in 1864 at Cleveland Point
  • Vee Designs worked closely with Lendlease on the design and creation of the park. As the designers, Vee collaborated closely with the Traditional Custodians to identify culturally important features, and as such have used the celebrated Willy Wagtail bird as inspiration for a range of play elements and seating nooks.

 

We look forward to celebrating this new community park with our Shoreline residents and the wider Redlands Coast community.