Stay in the loop with the goings on in and around Quarry Park. As our subdivison develops, we'll keep you up to date with improvements and progress.

Is Your Section On Hold?

Friday, July 3, 2020

Post lock-down we've had an influx of buyers starting their dream home journey by putting their perfect section on hold. This begins the process of putting a section under offer and then purchasing. Sections are moving fast, so that begs the question, is your section on hold?

This is YOUR Slice of Paradise

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Quarry Park is in a unique position, with council owned wetlands over the road meaning you will always have a luscious green walking track directly across the street. Combined with the mature trees and Halswell Quarry just a short walk away your healthy life style will be satisfied here. 

The Dust Has Settled

Friday, May 1, 2020

The dust has settled at Quarry Park with grass seed being laid and irrigation on while we prep the foundations for your beautiful home. 

With no building ties, at Quarry Park you can choose who YOU want to build with. 

We're On The Map

Friday, February 28, 2020

We've been putting a lot of work into the foundations of Quarry Park ensuring the land is at its highest quality for your home. During this process one of the entrances to Quarry Park, on Sutherlands Road, has been closed. However our back entrance, through Findlay Ave, allows great visuals of how we're tracking. In fact, we're tracking so well, we've been picked up by Google Earth! 

Signage on Site

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Our new sign, previewing Quarry Park's layout, is now on site. Sections will be released for sale in the new year, but you can register your interest now. Just go to our contact page.

DinoFest Christchurch

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

DinoFest is being held in Halswell Quarry Park in January. For more information check out Eventfinda for ticket information.

Construction is Progressing Well

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Construction on site has progressed well. With the trees along Sutherlands Road gone you can really see the site.