Lake Macquarie's Trinity Point already winning awards

Lake Macquarie's Trinity Point already winning awards
Lake Macquarie's Trinity Point already winning awards

The Lake Macquarie The Docklands Residences residential development received two awards at the weekend Asia Pacific Property Awards 2017-2018.

The project won awards in two categories - leisure architecture and hotel architecture.

This year's award was the largest in its history, with over 820 entries across all categories.

Trinity Point was designed by Architects Squillace, who have a reputation for delivering exceptional resort style facilities and five star hotels.

"We are thrilled The Docklands Residences is being acknowledged for its vision and we continue to focus on delivering world class luxury living on Lake Macquarie," Trinity Point chief executive officer Keith Johnson said.

The former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins is the face of the $388 million Trinity Point marina project at Lake Macquarie, which is accessed via the M1 Morriset motorway turnoff.

The project was first announced in 2006 for the site formerly known as the St John of God holding.

The NSW government approved a concept plan five years ago for the 23 hectare site which is around an hour and a half from Sydney and 30 minutes from Newcastle.

Johnson eventually plans around 190 residential properties, 250 luxury tourist apartments and a boutique hotel. 

The community comprises a mix of five-star resort, hospitality, retail, residential and marina components.

Johnson hopes the project will offer a combination of the vibrancy of Noosa or Port Douglas, along with the prestige and grandness of the Fairmont Banff Springs in Canada.

A foreshore boardwalk will trace the shores of Barden’s Bay, opening up the water’s edge to the public and a state-of-the-art function centre that will accommodate weddings.

Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke has bought into the new development.

Lake Macquarie's Trinity Point already winning awards

Caption: Johnson Property Group Managing Director, Keith Johnson and former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke

He bought a three storey, four bedroom terrace off the plan. It cost $1,388,888.

"Trinity Point is going to become an absolute Sydney weekend hotspot – another Palm Beach or daytrip destination but with more of a marina-lifestyle resort focus,” he said.

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