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About Lake Macquarie, Trinity Point Marina
Lake Macquarie is both an area of pristine waterways and active social life. This modern and diverse resort is set on a beautiful water frontage that acts as the gateway to a boating lifestyle for many locals. In trinity point particularly, you’ll never be more than 20mins from a beautiful beach, secluded anchorage or a luxury food and wine indulgence.
With sunny climate and pleasant weather all year round, its rare that opportunities like the incomparable Trinity Point come around. A chance at waterfront resort living like no other spanning 23 hectares of prime waterfront land. Encircled by forest and lake and surrounded by water on three sides, this luxury lakeside sanctuary bestows an extraordinary level of exclusive amenity. It promises unforgettable and personalised five-star living experiences amidst a unique waterfront landscape – a five-star Pullman hotel, landmark dining and conference facilities, a spectacular 188-berth marina, infinity pool, gymnasium and day spa, and so much more.
Trinity Point boasts both proximity to Sydney and Newcastle while far enough to enjoy its natural peace and beauty. Only 12 minutes off the M1 Pacific Motorway, it rests within the hamlet suburb of Morisset Park on a pristine and unspoilt point on the lake. Neighbouring village communities house shopping centres, bakers, butchers and supermarket majors. You’re a short drive from the leading department stores and speciality retail at Westfield Tuggerah and Charlestown Square as well as Erina Fair Shopping Centre, the Central Coast’s largest, plus all the alfresco eateries, shops, markets, cinema and galleries at seaside Terrigal and Avoca Beach.
Trinity Point keeps you close enough to major cities yet far enough to lose the crowds.
The Pelican Foreshore Reserve, is a hidden gem of Lake Macquarie. Whether it be swimming, boating, stand up paddle boarding or any activity by the water, Pelican Foreshore is a perfect spot to experience Lake Macquarie. Spend a day with the family, set up a picnic and grab your own spot on the foreshore. With its sloping waterfront, Pelican is a perfect swimming spot for kids too, as there is plenty of shallow, crystal clear water to play.
Furthermore as a state heritage listed historic mining village, with just a few hundred residents, Catherine Hill Bay is a beautiful beachside town. Named after the shipwreck which landed in the bay back in 1867, it has since been twice named in ‘Australia’s 101 Best Beaches’. Discover the Catherine Hill Bay which is often most recognised by its remarkable 250m long jetty.