Living In Lake Macquarie

Living in Lake Macquarie gives you all the benefits of a larger city without the over crowding and traffic. Only a 20 to 40-minute drive to Newcastle’s CBD (depending on what side of the lake your choose to reside), it’s main attraction is the lake itself – Australia’s largest coastal salt water lagoon and one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Abound with leisure activities, the lake has a raft of water sports to enjoy and the breathtaking local beaches are intrinsic to the way of life here. Local flora and fauna thrive in the picturesque landscape that is both breathtaking and welcoming.

The temperate climate has made this area very popular amongst those moving to Newcastle and its population of just over 200,000 is predicted to grow by more than 10% over the next 15 years. This is expected to generate demand for thousands of jobs, opening up opportunities for those looking for a more relaxed lifestyle.

The friendly locals are kept busy with charming art galleries, museums, walking trails as well as great fishing and a varied range of dining options. There is definitely something to suit everyone in Lake Macquarie.

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