A Beautiful, Master-Planned, Golf Course Community Development in Sydney’s North West
Prestigious Blue Chip Investment
Here is a truly unique opportunity in what must be Sydney’s best kept secret.!
Q Plan Developments in association with Medallist and Great White Shark is proud to be offering our clients a piece of luxury in an exclusive Greg Norman designed golf course the only one designed by Greg in Sydney.
Your property is nestled in the center of the course amongst multi-million dollar homes and surrounded by lush greens, fairways and lakes.
This oasis is located in the rapidly expanding Sydney North West minutes from the M7 and next to the newly planned Sydney Business Park and the exciting Wet ‘n’ Wild theme park.
- 45 mins to Sydney CBD
- 3 kms from Sydney Business Park
- 10 kms to Parklea Markets
- 12kms to Wet n Wild Theme Park
- 12 kms to Nor west business park
This one ticks all the boxes. Invest now enjoy later.
This is a chance to secure your retirement lifestyle for the price of a cup of coffee per week!
Wet ‘n’ Wild
IT’S billed as the world’s best water park – and it’s right in the heart of western Sydney.
Due to open in December next year, the water park will feature a massive beach and the latest in water-slide technology – from a giant “tornado” ride to the world’s tallest looping tube complex and a double SkyCoaster.
Wet’n’Wild Sydney will be home to a total of 42 slides and attractions. The $200 million project is set to create the equivalent of 300 full-time jobs in construction and a further 300 when it is up and running.
Mr O’Farrell said that Wet’n’Wild is predicted to attract around 900,000 visitors a year – including 20 per cent from overseas and interstate – and generate more than $500 million for the NSW economy in the first 10 years of operation.
Sydney’s Biggest Industrial Park
THE NSW Government has rezoned a 550-hectare swathe of Marsden Park, which will become the city’s largest fully integrated commercial, industrial, bulky goods and residential community.
The Precinct’s largest landowner, Marsden Park Developments Pty Ltd, is expected to lodge plans to develop the first project soon – a $2 billion, 265 hectare industrial, office and residential precinct known as Sydney Business Park.
Planning minister Tony Kelly said the precinct was another step in a long term plan to deliver jobs closer to where people live.
“Marsden Park Industrial Precinct will provide new jobs for people in the adjoining suburbs of Shalvey, Bidwell and Hassall Grove as well as future residents in new suburbs in the North West Growth Centre,” Mr Kelly said.
“This precinct will accommodate 10,000 new jobs and around 1200 new homes,” Mr Aquilina said
Mr Kelly said Marsden Park Industrial Precinct is the ninth precinct rezoned for development since 2005, with planning underway for a further six.
Sydney Business Park has been rezoned to allow for a variety of uses including:
- $2B development
- Will employ 2 times more people than the cbd
– 1200 homes near the planned Marsden Park town centre for 3,500 people,
– 70 hectares of commercial land,
– 40 hectares of bulky goods retailing,
– 206 hectares of industrial land, and
– 63 hectares of conservation land and open space.