• Where is Catherine Hill Bay?
    Catherine Hill Bay is a coastal bay and village on the southern peninsula forming Lake Macquarie, south of the Pacific Ocean entrance channel at Swansea in New South Wales, Australia. It is part of the City of Lake Macquarie local government area. The village is the oldest continuous settlement in the City of Lake Macquarie.

    Source: Wikipedia

  • What is there to see and do in Catherine Hill Bay?
    In short, loads! Have a look at our video in the explore section and a click through the interactive map that lists loads of activities. Alternatively you can always come and see hello by visiting us on site at the Corner of Clark and Montefiore Street, Catherine Hill Bay. 
  • How much deposit do I need to secure a lot?
    A fully refundable part deposit of only $1,000 will take your lot off the market.
  • How many homes will be in the final development?
    550 lots.
  • What are the planned common areas for residents to enjoy?
    There will be several new parks and reserves created, complimenting the vast open spaces of the beaches headlands National Park and Munmorah State Conservation area.
  • When can I expect to take possession of my land?
    Late 2015 for Stages 1 and 2.
  • What happens at exchange?
    Contracts are exchanged on a 10% deposit and you don’t pay anything further until settlement. 
  • When do I have to start building?
    Within 2 years of settlement of the land purchase.
  • What is the style of architecture that will be found at Beaches?
    Authentic Australian coastal architecture. 
  • Tell me more about the Rose Group?
    For more information on the Rose business and other developments you can visit
  • What are the Rose Design Guidelines?
    A carefully considered collection of design criteria Rose uses in achieving beautifully designed homes. 
  • What retail and shopping areas are close to Beaches?
    There are may retail areas in close proximity to Catherine Hill Bay.  The closest is Lake Mummorah Shopping centre which has a Woolworths, pharmacy and café.  Larger shopping precincts include:

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