On Sunday 9th April 2017, Harvest hosted their annual afternoon tea with the Easter Bunny.

The Easter bunny hopped, hopped hopped along to say hello to our Harvest residents with a whole swag of activities for the kids, families and friends. The afternoon event included:

  • A live band
  • Special performance by the Harvest Rock Ensemble (Thornton Public School band)
  • A visit from the Easter bunny
  • Kids games
  • Jumping castle fun
  • Made colourful Easter decorations at the craft tent
  • An Easter egg hunt around the herb garden
  • Fire brigade trucks on show
  • Free hot cross buns and hot & cold drinks

Take a look at the photos from the event below.

About Harvest

Harvest is the new soul of East Maitland. A naturally beautiful and well-connected address to call home, Harvest promises you a refreshingly real sense of life, place and community. Here’s a relaxing and revitalising village style address instilling that rare, true spirit of neighbourhood. A place to rekindle the senses and bring the indoors out to play. As an important addition to the City of Maitland, Harvest embodies and aims for the true dream of finding livability, affordability and design.


About AVID Property Group

AVID Property Group undertakes industrial and residential development in key growth corridors across Australia. With a pipeline value of $3 billion, our developments encompass broadacre and infill subdivision, incorporating more than 8,500 residential lots and over 640 hectares of industrial land.

AVID Property Group strives to deliver sustainable, community based projects that are progressive and of high quality and well serviced by transport, infrastructure and amenity. Led by highly experienced senior management and development teams with a broad range of expertise, AVID Property Group is able to add significant value at each stage of the project lifecycle. With a record of forming strong relationships, particularly with joint-venture partners, AVID Property Group is committed to extending existing business relationships and developing new opportunities with like-minded individuals, organisations and government.

Figures current as at September 2016