The New Breeze masterplanned community in Bardia is now complete.
New Breeze, from Dahua Group Australian, features more than 1250 homes across 89 acres, along with interactive playgrounds, sports ovals, cycle paths and 40 hectares of open space.
Dahua Group NSW and Queensland chief executive Eric Li said he was proud to see the community finished.
"Dahua has delivered its New Breeze vision to create a dream home and lifestyle that's accessible and affordable for all residents," he said.
"Our collaborative partnership with Campbelltown Council over the past five years played an important role in helping the business achieve our vision.
"The masterplanned community was founded on three important design principals: connectivity and walkability to surrounding public transport including Edmondson Park train station, Bardia Public School and Ed Square Town Centre; deliver of high-quality community facilities and open spaces within a short walk to all homes; and introduction of a range of affordable housing options and land parcels to support a growing community."
Place Design Group director Nick Ison said the 40 hectares of open space served multiple purposes.
"Firstly, the corridor manages stormwater whilst reintroducing natural plant species from the area back into a consolidated spine," he said.
"Second and most importantly, this area provides a pleasing nature outlook for the adjacent residents and a pedestrian walking path which loops together with seating, gym equipment and shaded areas. They all seamlessly integrate with the recently completed Maxwell Creek Oval precinct and other amenities.
"The green corridor continues to establish and is becoming the focal point in the development and a means of connecting residents with all the amenity, open spaces and community facilities that New Breeze has to offer."