The development of the Omaka Landing subdivision is well ahead of schedule and the timeframe for completion of the whole project should be towards the end of 2019.

April 2018 was the last harvest of the grape block which has been removed to make way for the final three stages of construction, which will be completed as one final contract over 2018/2019.

The attractive entrance to the subdivision has been enhanced with large trees and swales in the centre of the main road - called Lancaster Avenue. There are two planned reserve areas in the subdivision – the first of these is called Gateway Park which has already been completed. This first park provides more of an open space for families to enjoy along with fruit trees that form part of a small community orchard. The second reserve has yet to be developed but will be called Landing Park – this will include more play equipment (hopefully a plane and flying fox!) The parks will complement each other by way of design and will connect the open space network vision that the developers had with the riverbank that can be accessed from Spitfire Drive.

The Omaka Landing subdivision has also attracted other investors/businesses that will add value to the area – these include the Health/Dental Hub that is located in stage one between Richardson Avenue and Corsair Crescent, the Early Childcare centre in stage five on Spitfire Drive and the vehicle parking compound off Aerodrome Road. The Health/Dental Hub is due for completion at the end of 2018, the Childcare centre is due for completion mid 2019 and the parking compound should be available by the end of 2019.

Stages 1-5 all have been issued with titles
Stage 6a – this includes the larger 2000m² lots and the smaller 320m² sites– these titles would be expected towards the end of 2018
Stage 6b – construction work in 2019
Stage 7 – construction work 2019