Well, grab your sunnies and get ready for some exciting news – Johnson Property Group just got the green light for their mega $600-million Trinity Point project at Lake Macquarie. And trust me, this isn’t your average development; it’s a game-changer.

Picture this: 180 snazzy apartments, a 218-key hotel (yes, please!), a function centre for all your party needs, serviced apartments for that luxury getaway, and not one but two 300-seat restaurants. And that’s just the beginning. Hold onto your hat because there’s a state-of-the-art five-star marina and a helipad thrown into the mix. Fancy, huh?

But wait, there’s more. If you’re into wellness vibes, you’re in for a treat. The place comes with a medispa and wellness center. Say goodbye to stress and hello to serenity.

Now, Johnson Property Group’s big boss, Keith Johnson, spilled the beans on what makes Trinity Point a showstopper. The 188-berth marina is not just a marina – it’s a major drawcard that’s going to put Trinity Point on the global map. According to Johnson, it’s the kind of place that’ll attract tourists from every nook and cranny because, in his words, “there is nothing else like it in Australia.”

And the design? Oh, it’s not your run-of-the-mill stuff. Renowned architect Koichi Takada drew inspiration from the picturesque “rolling Watagan Mountains” in the Hunter hinterland. Think fluid sculptural forms and green roofs that mimic the beauty of the nearby mountain range.

But it’s not all about looks. Trinity Point is going green with rainwater harvesting and solar arrays, making sustainability the name of the game. They’re even throwing in public access to much of the land, complete with trails and footpaths along the waterfront. It’s like they’re saying, “Come on in, the beauty is for everyone!”

Hold tight because construction is set to kick off in 2025. Yep, it’s official – Trinity Point is not just a dream; it’s becoming a reality, and we can’t wait to see it all come to life on the shores of Lake Macquarie. Cheers to Johnson Property Group for turning a two-decade-old dream into this jaw-dropping oasis.