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Lifestyle

Trinity Point is a world away, yet completely connected. Enhance your lifestyle in this central location close to pristine beaches, vibrant cities and the idyllic Hunter Valley. Offering seamless proximity to some of the regions finest examples of gastronomic culture and waterfront lifestyle.

Regardless of your mood, taste or desires, it’s impossible to resist the pull of urban attractions on your doorstep. Trinity Point delivers spectacular places to entertain friends, family and neighbours; a natural extension of your home.

Sydney CBD

Stay connected and enjoy all the conveniences of living within 90mins drive of one of the world’s most loved cities. Nowhere else offers a relaxed lakeside lifestyle with an exclusive marina address so close to Sydney. Trinity Point is easily accessible by Sydney international airport, directly connecting residents with all major cities of the world.

Lake Macquarie

Situated on the pristine shores of Lake Macquarie, Trinity Point enjoys some of most beautiful scenery anywhere on the east coast of Australia. The largest coastal saltwater lake in Australia, Lake Macquarie is an aquatic playground, perfect for relaxing.

Hunter Valley & Vineyards

As Australia’s most sophisticated wine tourism destination, the Hunter Valley boasts many boutique wineries, organic local produce, signature restaurants, quaint galleries and striking scenery.

Newcastle

Newcastle is a modern city boasting a rich heritage and stunning coastline. As Australia’s seventh largest city, it’s home to spectacular beaches, major retail destinations home to leading retail and luxury brands, first-class educational opportunities and medical facilities.

Watagan Mountains

Home to some of the country’s finest rainforest scenery, the Watagan Mountains deliver extraordinary views down toward rainforest gullies, numerous walking and mountain biking tracks, horse riding and picnic spots.

Beaches

Lake Macquarie has over 30km of pristine, uncrowded beaches. Enjoy fishing, diving, surfing or swimming – four are patrolled, others are waiting to be discovered in State Conservation Areas and National Parks.