A luxury Regional Destination that will Revitalise the Trinity Point Foreshore

The Trinity Point precinct is planned to be home to a luxury 220 room hotel, restaurants, function centre, pool and 218 waterfront apartments, along with the already established Trinity Point Marina.

The new iconic and transformational design by leading Australian firm Koichi Takada Architects, will set an architectural and sustainability benchmark for the region. With sculptural, rolling roofs and facades, the design intent is to reflect the natural surrounding hills.

The Trinity Point project is highly sustainable, carbon neutral and self-sufficient. The feature green roofs are covered with plants. This creates a cooling effect and coupled with layers of solar panels, will help generate the development’s energy needs.

The transformational project will inject more than $720 million into the local economy and create hundreds of new direct and indirect jobs through construction and, when operational, to service the hotel and restaurant in the longer-term.

Johnson Property Group is committed to delivering an iconic, environmentally-leading tourism destination for regional New South Wales; one that will showcase the areas greatest quality – Lake Macquarie.

At a glance

The proposal builds on the popularity of Trinity Point’s already sold-out holiday housing estate, high-end restaurant and 94-berth marina.

The design and environmental credentials for the proposed tourism destination will set a benchmark for the region, delivering six soft hill shaped buildings covered with green roofs, solar panels and more.

Employment opportunities

The hotel will create more than 400 jobs through construction and 200 operational jobs to service the hotel and restaurant in the longer-term.

The Architect

Leaders in conscious Architecture, Australian firm Koichi Takada Architects, will set an architectural benchmark for the region. The design takes inspiration from nature and aims to ‘naturalise’ architecture in the urban environment, working in harmony with nature to improve our planet.

Other Koichi Takada designed developments include the School of Art and Design in Singapore, Naman Retreat in Vietnam, Urban Forest in Brisbane and Sunflower House in Italy.

A Sustainable Development

The world has targets to become carbon neutral, and the Trinity Point proposal is designed to be a transformative project – achieving carbon neutrality to support NSW State targets.


Carbon neutral architecture means causing no harm to the environment and conserving resources while offering lower bills and running costs for users, future-proofing assets for owners and developers, and most importantly creating healthier places to live, work and play.


To read recent media articles published about the project, click below.

Project timing

The project is classed as State Significant Development. We have applied to Department of Planning, Industry and Environment to request The Secretary’s Environmental Assessment Requirements that will inform the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement.

To download a copy of the Scoping Report, click here 

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Community Engagement

This website will be updated in the coming weeks with opportunities for people to share their feedback and to engage in a conversation with the project team.

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