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Business

Lake Macquarie Business

Lake Macquarie City has a strong economy, a diverse industry mix of over 12,000 businesses, and a projected population increase of 60,000 over the next 25 years. As the fourth largest city in NSW, the population of nearly 200,000 provides a pool of highly skilled labour, supporting innovative industry.

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Attractions

Lake Macquarie Attractions

Relax beside the city’s centrepiece, Lake Macquarie, a vast blue-water expanse twice the size of Sydney Harbour. Sandy inlets, secluded bays, and protected foreshores are perfect for water activities, or enjoy the city’s beaches, mountains, shopping precincts, art galleries, and unique town centres.

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Lifestyle

Lake Macquarie Lifestyle

Lake Macquarie City offers a unique lifestyle enabling residents to balance recreation and family with business success. A cosmopolitan and progressive city, Lake Macquarie retains a sense of community, courtesy of nine thriving town centres, each with an individual character and focus.

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Opportunities

Lake Macquarie Opportunities

Lake Macquarie is one of the fastest growing cities in NSW. It is located in a strategic position with access to an extensive range of products, services, and transport networks. Lake Macquarie’s natural attractions provide opportunity for a quality lifestyle in an economic climate conducive to business.

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Warners Bay

Warners Bay

Warners Bay is a popular lakeside suburb boasting superior housing, a strong retail sector, and the Lake Macquarie Performing Arts Centre. The nearby Hillsborough Road Industrial Precinct services the homemaker market, specialist manufacturing, and recreation services.

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Toronto

Toronto

Toronto is the commercial hub of western Lake Macquarie. Just 10 minutes from the F3 Freeway, it is a perfect location for businesses servicing the Central Coast, Newcastle, and wider Hunter region.

Central business district:
229 businesses and 55,514 leasable floor area

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Swansea

Swansea

Swansea, the southern entrance to the city, boasts exceptional lakeside and beach living. With a unique coastal location, Swansea offers the opportunity for increased retail, commercial, and tourism investment, to complement existing town centre services.

Central business district:
118 businesses and 21,983 leasable floor area

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Mount Hutton

Mount Hutton

Mount Hutton has several aged care facilities and a community shopping centre that serves the retail needs of surrounding suburbs. Residential development is on the rise in response to a growing population.

Central business district:
55 businesses and 18,273 leasable floor area

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Morisset

Morisset

Morisset is the major commercial and retail centre of southern Lake Macquarie, complimented by a large industrial park, housing distribution and manufacturing industries. Nestled between the Watagan Ranges and the lake, its natural setting fosters unique opportunities for business investment, employment, and lifestyle pursuits.

Central business district:
118 businesses and 17,493 leasable floor area

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Glendale

Glendale

Glendale, the geographic heart of the Lower Hunter, combines industrial and commercial property with residential and recreational areas. It is also home to Stockland Glendale, an eight-screen cinema complex, and the Hunter Sports Centre.

Central business district:
94 businesses and 61,400 leasable floor area

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Charlestown

Charlestown

Charlestown is a prominent major regional centre characterised by a significant concentration of business, both commercial and retail. In late 2010, redevelopment of Charlestown Square shopping centre will be complete, complementing other new mixed commercial and residential buildings.

Central business district:
504 businesses and 198,948 leasable floor area

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Cardiff

Cardiff

Cardiff, a significant employment area that supports approximately 15,000 jobs, is home to many leading manufacturers based at Cardiff Industrial Park. Retail development in Cardiff town centre complements the existing business and specialist medical services.

Central business district:
152 businesses and 43,355 leasable floor area

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Belmont

Belmont is the sailing capital of the Hunter. Featuring national retail outlets, two major sailing clubs, and a public hospital, Belmont provides services to more than 50,000 residents of Lake Macquarie.

Central Business District:
304 businesses and 64,864 leasable floor area.

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