Construction commences on Trinity Point Marina
Construction started on 8 February on stage one of the 188-berth Trinity Point Marina located at the $388 million Trinity Point master planned marina development in Lake Macquarie, with CEO Keith Johnson celebrating the first marina pile being driven.
Stage one of Trinity Point Marina, comprising of the first 94 berths, is due for completion in late 2016.
When completed, Trinity Point Marina will be one of the largest marinas in New South Wales, providing much needed maritime facilities for the local and wider New South Wales boating community.
The construction of the entire marina will cost $8 million and has been solely financed by the developers of Trinity Point, Johnson Property Group.
The new marina will comprise five marina arms and hold vessels predominately up to 20 metres in length with an option for two vessels up to 30 metres in length. Casual berthing of vessels is also provided along with refuelling and sewage pump out facilities. It will also include a number of state of the art marina facilities such as a marina lounge, ensuite showers and retail.
Spanning 23 hectares of prime waterfront land, Trinity Point is located overlooking Barden’s Bay in Lake Macquarie.
Upon completion, Trinity Point is planned to include:
• 189 residential land lots and medium-density housing
• 250 apartments comprising of a mix of residential and short stay units
• a 188-berth marina
• a 5 Star Pullman hotel
• A 200-seat restaurant with additional outdoor dining
• A 300-seat function room
• A 60-80 seat cafe
• 5 Star resort facilities including a luxury Day Spa, pool, gymnasium