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30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

30.19 Enjoy festive family fun at Norwest’s first Winter Festival

Norwest will be transformed into a winter wonderland when the Norwest Winter Festival, dubbed ‘Norwinter’, is held on Sunday 14 July from 11.30am to 3.00pm.  The park next door to the Norwest Sales Suite at 36 Solent Circuit, Baulkham Hills will be covered in snow, complete with frosty pine trees and a giant walk-in snow globe.

Roving characters, Elsa from Frozen, and a snowman, will keep the kids and their parents entertained, and there will be a jumping castle, face painting, an animal farm and more. While the kids are busy, adults will be able to enjoy the live entertainment by 3 Way Split – a cool band!  Come and warm up with a coffee or a selection of full-bodied reds, fresh whites and exquisite sparkling wines provided by Bimbadgen Wines.

The Lions Club will be offering sizzling steak and sausage sandwiches straight off the barbecue as well as hot soup, while the gelato bar, fairy floss machine and snow cone stall are expected to be popular with everyone.

Mulpha Norwest Executive General Manager, Tim Spencer said: “The festival will be a great day for families and all to engage with their community and have a bit of fun.  It’s a great way for us to show our support for the thriving community that lives and works here.

“It’s also a great opportunity for us to engage people on our vision for Norwest as a leading Smart City of the future that is focused on its people.”

There will be a Smart City display and information on the new carpooling app developed for the Norwest community.

The Norwinter Festival is expected to be well attended, so residents are asked to leave their car at home if possible or park along Solent Circuit.

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