The Trinity Point Future Development Plans
8 at Trinity is an $8 million ‘pop-up’ restaurant currently operating with 350 seats until the completion of the main Trinity Point development.
The Trinity Point precinct is planned to be home to a luxury 220 room hotel, two 300 seats restaurants (one of which will be a newly designed “8 at Trinity”), a function and business centre, wellness and day spa, multiple bars, pool and 218 waterfront apartments, along with the already established Trinity Point Marina which will expand to 188 berths.
A luxury regional destination that will revitalise the trinity point foreshore
The new iconic and transformational design by leading Australian firm Koichi Takada Architects, will set an architectural and sustainability benchmark for the region. With sculptural, rolling roofs and facades, the design intent is to reflect the natural surrounding hills.
The Trinity Point project is highly sustainable, carbon neutral and self-sufficient. The feature green roofs are covered with plants. This creates a cooling effect and coupled with layers of solar panels, will help generate the development’s energy needs.
The development will create access to the water for everyone. A marina that anyone can use, a boardwalk that wraps around and through the site and includes disability access, to easily connect into the existing local footpath network. This will ensure the ongoing maintenance and protection of the public reserve and foreshore including the restoration of Bluff Point.
The transformational project will inject more than $588 million into the local economy and create hundreds of new direct and indirect jobs through construction and, when operational, to service the hotel and restaurant in the longer-term and that will showcase the areas greatest quality – Lake Macquarie.