Trinity Point delivers on world class marina

Trinity Point delivers on world class marina

Spanning 23 hectares of prime waterfront land, Trinity Point, overlooking Barden’s Bay in Lake Macquarie, is a masterplanned community and resort destination located an hour and a half from Sydney’s CBD.

The $388 million Trinity Point community will eventually comprise a mix of premium resort, marina, hospitality, retail and residential components. On completion, Trinity Point will be one of NSW’s largest mixed-use developments. The development reached a significant milestone recently with the opening of Stage One which includes an 88 berth marina.

For Johnson Property Group and Managing Director, Keith Johnson the opening of stage one was the culmination of years of planning and work. Mr. Johnson first began planning Trinity Point in 1999. His vision – a luxury resort/residential lakeside development. The development would place Lake Maquarie on the map as a favourite spot for locals and travellers alike.

“It’s been a long and challenging journey but worth it,” shared Johnson. “The opening of the marina is a big step forward in the $388 million masterplanned project.”

Former Lake Macquarie Mayor and Local MP, Greg Piper attended the grand opening. Piper echoed the crowds’ comments, “I have to say, everything out here is first class.”

For those seeking best in class marina facilities, all point to Trinity Point. The marina is a showcase of modern marina construction and environmental responsibility. It also exemplifies the live/play lifestyle younger generations find appealing.

Johnson hired, international marina builder, Bellingham Marine to help with detail design and construction. “It was critical we did the marina right,” said Johnson. “It was a major key to what we aimed to achieve. It had to be something special.”

“From an operational standpoint, boater experience is paramount,” said John Spragg, Bellingham Marine President of Australasia & Middle East. “Give boaters a stress-free, enjoyable experience and your berths will quickly fill. Trinity’s purpose designed wave attenuator is a big piece of that. It ensures a safe, tranquil harbour in all weather.”

Sweeping lines, placid waters, terra-cotta coloured Unifloat concrete docks, stunning lights and architectural details set Trinity Point apart. There is more. “To be a high performing marina, you need more than aesthetics,” said Spragg. “Marina layout, ease of access from the entrance to individual berths, ample power, and amenities on the docks are the things that will put Trinity Point Marina on top.”

Trinity Point Marina – Stage 1 Features and Amenities:

•Generous fairways and wide berths
•88 berths, 10m to 18m (100 additional berths planned for Stage 2)
•Unifloat concrete pontoons with wide walkways and fingers
•Wave protection – 4m wide, 237m long curved Unifloat wave attenuator
•Fuel dock with high speed fuel dispensers
•Docks provisioned with Mtec service units and CCTV Security
•Sewer pump-outs
•Deep water basin, minimum depth of 3m

Trinity Point has also made a strong stance for environmental responsibility. Concrete docks with FRP thru-rods, light filtering decking on gangways and approach piers, a well flushing basin and on-going monitoring of water quality highlight the development team’s commitment to caring for the lake as a cherished natural resource.

More details at: https://trinitypoint.com.au/

Pictured: Spanning 23 hectares of prime waterfront land. On the shores of Lake Macquarie, a world-class residential, resort and marina lifestyle oasis is taking shape with stage one of the marina and car park completed.