Since 1972, there have been countless memories made and significant moments shared at Vision Valley.
Wesley Mission CEO, the Rev Keith Garner reflects on the positive impact that this location has had in the lives of many.
“This excellent bushland facility was established by former Wesley Mission Superintendent, the Rev Sir Alan Walker who had a vision to be able to give people who couldn’t afford a holiday the chance to get away from it all,” he said.
“Throughout the years the site has hosted school camps, church groups and created countless opportunities for both professional and personal development in the beautiful surroundings of Arcadia. Many disadvantaged people young people have left with their confidence raised and a fresh outlook on life.”
In March this year Wesley Mission decided to close operations at Vision Valley and to look for a suitable buyer to hopefully continue the vision for the site.
“It was a difficult decision to make after 48 years and I particularly want to thank the team for their passion and efforts. Your commitment to this location, for some over decades, will leave a legacy,” said Mr Garner.
The sale will continue to support the work of Wesley Mission in delivering more than 120 programs and essential community services.
“Appropriate measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 may make it more difficult for us to pay tribute to all that Vision Valley has meant to so many over the years, but we will find a suitable way to acknowledge this special location and provide any updates via the Wesley Mission website,” said Mr Garner.
Any interested parties can express their interest by contacting Peter Vines, Managing Director at Ray White Commercial Western Sydney on 0449 857 100 or email@example.com