This month saw the Hunter and Central Coast Joint Regional Planning Panel give the green light to $8 million first stage of the Johnson Property Group’s $388 million Trinity Point Marina, after it was recommended for approval by Lake Macquarie City Council. The marina’s first 94 berths, as well as a building, car park and landscaping can thus be constructed at the site. To grace the pristine shores of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, a lovely Australia yacht charter destination, the marina will feature berths ranging from 10 to 18 meters, with select berths to 30 metres.
“It’s fantastic. It’s good not only for Johnson Property Group, it’s good for Lake Macquarie and it’s good that everyone can move on,” said Johnson Property Group’s founder Keith Johnson.
Keith Johnson’s vision for a luxury waterfront development emerged in 1999. Now, 16 years later, Johnson Property Group has been given the approval it needs to turn that dream into a reality, with work anticipated to start later this year.
The next exciting phase of Trinity Point will see 250 luxury tourist and residential apartments, a luxury hotel, restaurant, function centre, day spa and infinity pool built at the site.
Once complete, Trinity Point will boast a 188-berth superyacht marina, which will be one of the most environmentally friendly facilities of its kind in Australia. Moreover, there will be a foreshore boardwalk, boasting 280-degree views of the lake. This will open up the lakefront for all residents, tourists, guests and the community to enjoy.