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Looking for a reason to move? Here’s 5 reasons to choose Lake Macquarie


Want to get out of the city? Here are five advantages of moving to Trinity Point, Lake Macquarie

With many Sydney-siders looking to escape the congestion in search of a peaceful life in an idyllic location, the picturesque suburbs around Lake Macquarie are becoming increasingly popular. But views and tranquillity aren’t the only benefits – there are some significant advantages to living in the area that will have you wondering why you didn’t consider making the move sooner.

1. Wellbeing

No one will deny the fact that people are now leading busier lives than ever before, and this is having a significant impact on our health. It’s incredible how much the environment we are living in can affect us both physically and mentally. Health and wellbeing research have linked inner city living to higher levels of stress, anxiety and mood disorders. From the air that we breathe, to crowds and the visual noise that surrounds us, it helps to be more intentional about where we choose to spend the majority of our time.

Living closer to nature and healing environments – forests, parks, lakes, beaches – decreases stress and has a positive impact on our health, and Lake Macquarie has an endless supply. From the largest saltwater lake in the southern hemisphere and endless beaches, to the rolling orchards of the Hunter Valley and pristine forests like the Watagan Mountains, there’s no place better for laying new roots and reviving a hurried soul. Choosing a location and a community that consciously seeks balance and connection with nature has a transformational effect on your life. Trinity Point’s masterplan is designed with wellbeing at the forefront to deliver a balanced living environment for residents. Living here provides the perfect blend of retreat, interaction and places to meet like minded people.

2. Idyllic Lifestyle

Who said you can’t have it all? Why compromise when you can live abundantly – waterfront living, luxury homes, world-class facilities, award-winning restaurants – Lake Macquarie is no shrinking violet when it comes to exceptional living.

Imagine starting your day with a stroll around the lake’s edge, stopping for an espresso at a local café, taking a leisurely drive to work without the traffic or better yet, working from your laptop while you take in the superb views. After work taking a dip in the ocean or enjoying some of the world’s best wine and produce at the Hunter Valley before coming home to watch the sunset from your balcony. Here you can truly reimagine the way you live with everything at your fingertips, without the inconvenience of the hustle and bustle.

3. Harmonious Work Life

The future of work is becoming increasingly more virtual and global. With the rise of the digital economy, workplaces are evolving to create more flexibility, allowing workers more autonomy and engagement in their role. This fulfilment leads to more productivity, which leads to more fulfilment – it’s a positive cycle. As more people negotiate flexible working arrangements, the necessity of inner-city living for job opportunity is becoming an outdated concept. The Lake Macquarie lifestyle is proving to be a drawcard for those wanting to embrace work life balance, with the region having the highest number of people working from home.

On top of that – growth in Lake Macquarie is predicted to create demand for 12,000 new jobs over the next decade. The Regional Australia institute has predicted that Lake Macquarie will be at the forefront of job growth in the next 4 years, with the third highest projected increases in jobs in regional Australia. Being only 50 minutes from Gosford, an hour to the end of the M1 and neighbouring Newcastle, people are also taking advantage of the easy accessibility of the region’s major cities for work.

Which leads us to…

4. Effortless Accessibility

Family in Sydney? No problem, its only just over an hour to the end of the M1. Or enjoy a picturesque train trip in air-conditioned comfort. Or better yet, invite them to come and stay with you in your spacious home – appointed with luxuries like guest bedroom and ensuite with water views, because it’s easier to have it all here, remember?

Lake Macquarie City Council is always focused on creating a more connected, innovative, prosperous and resilient city. They are undertaking innovation initiatives to help residents enjoy inspired and connected lives and grow prosperity. In the longer term, there could be opportunities on the horizon for even greater connectivity – like high-speed passenger rail, improved water transport and the new NorthConnex which will fast-track access to Sydney and the South Coast.

5. Price Growth

Accessibility and liveability are seeing people flock to secure their dream home in the Lake Macquarie region, with the region named as a property Hotspot in 2018. Investing in the area is a smart move, with home prices only set to increase over the coming years. With luxury high-end homes in the prestigious Palm Beach in Sydney selling for as much as $18 million in the last 12 months, buyers are recognising the spectacular value offered by waterfront properties overlooking the lake, coupled with the new world-class facilities that Trinity Point delivers to the region.

We love Lake Macquarie, and maybe we’re biased, but there really is no better place to live!


Trinity Point’s world-class resort-style location offers 5-star facilities and amenities in a spectacular waterside setting, right on Lake Macquarie.  Residents can drop their anchor at the state-of-the-art 188-berth marina, indulge in the day spa and enjoy lunch overlooking the peaceful vista of the lake. This master-planned community has been meticulously designed to make the most of its beautiful location.

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