Wentworth Point Marinas & Regatta

Wentworth Point Marinas is a new waterside address offering a ‘Riviera’ lifestyle, nestled up against the world-class facilities of Sydney Olympic Park.

A long-term development project championed by the Billbergia Group, the Wentworth Point community has already started to take shape, with many exciting plans ahead for this ‘secret’ peninsula.

A vibrant new residential community

Wentworth Point itself is in the process of a remarkable transformation. Soon to be the graced with 2,300 homes, residents will be able to enjoy plenty of open, publicly accessible space. A new 4 hectare park on the tip of the peninsula will be a community highlight, as well as three new ‘pocket parks’ accessed by wide foreshore cycling and walking paths.

Sydney’s largest marina is also proposed, incorporating a rowing and kayaking facility, an extensive retail and commercial area. The Sydney Olympic Park ferry wharf is at the tip of the peninsula, with the NSW Government recently announcing a wharf upgrade and 25 new Parramatta River services.

Importantly an 18 classroom school is also set for development, with adjacent playing fields, close to the ferry wharf. The new Homebush Bay Bridge has been approved for pedestrians, bikes and buses, and will link Wentworth Point to the transport and shopping hub of Rhodes.

The Wentworth Point community is already alive and well, with local residents forming “Wentworth Point Community Central” – a not-for-profit community organization that organizes weekly community social events, like barbecues or movie nights, as well as a hub for special interest groups where local residents can find like-minded neighbours to share their sports and hobbies.

Looking after the Wentworth Point peninsula

The Billbergia Group has built a solid reputation for creating ecologically sustainable communities and the community at Wentworth Point Marinas will enjoy the latest in ‘green’ technology.

The recently completed ‘Quarterdeck’ boasts one of the highest environmental ratings in Australia. These apartments were designed to reduce energy consumption and water usage through clever apartment positioning and the use of solar energy.

Every Billbergia apartment enjoys double-glazing and acoustic dampening that combine to conserve energy and minimise noise. Reverse cycle air conditioning supplies quiet comfort whatever the weather.

The Billbergia Group is also committed to looking after the surrounding coastline of the peninsula. Before any construction took place, the team prepared the environmentally sensitive land that had been reclaimed from mudflats, protecting the nearby heritage-listed mangroves.

A stylish place to live

The architectural style of the Billbergia residential apartments at Wentworth Point Marinas is ultra-modern with facades featuring pop-out winter gardens and generous balconies. With ‘Quarterdeck’ completed at 47 Hill Road, the quality and design of future projects is there for all to see. The second stage of the development ‘The Broadwater’ is currently under construction, with all apartments sold and will be completed late next year.

Interest is already building for the next Billbergia release, expected before the end of 2013. This apartment complex will consist of a six-storey lower building with an adjacent sixteen-storey tower, and is estimated to be complete in 2016. Located close to the end of the peninsula, apartments above Level 6 will have impressive water views of the Parramatta River and to the Blue Mountains.

Spacious open plan living and entertaining areas will be a key feature of this release. Floor plans of the one, two and a small number of three bedroom apartments will also again be designed to allow the best possible use of space with clever designs for functional living. Priced competitively, these apartments will deliver renowned Billbergia quality and value.

To find out more about Wentworth Point Marinas and the imminent new release, register your interest today with the Billbergia Sales Team by calling 1300 55 11 23 or visit the Billbergia website.

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