Sussex Inlet Golf Village is a prestigious new masterplanned community being developed at Sussex Inlet on the South Coast of NSW. The area is a popular holiday destination renowned for its fishing, swimming, surfing, golfing and sailing activities.

The masterplan has been sensitively integrated into the existing landscape of the Sussex Inlet Golf Course. It will utilise the existing bushland, waterways, beaches and all the associated activities that can be enjoyed by all ages. It is destined to become a benchmark for active healthy living.

On completion, Sussex Inlet Golf Village will be home to 700 dwellings offered in lots from 450 – 700sqm. All homes are set in a natural and enhanced coastal location with over 50% of the site reserved to protect and preserve the local bushland and wildlife.

Boutique property developers Lucas Property Group and the Sheargold Group intend to launch this exciting new residential project in early 2019.

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Masterplan

The Sussex Inlet Golf Village Masterplan integrates a large part of the development into the Sussex Inlet Golf Club, currently offering 9 holes and set in amongst native bushland and trees. Don’t be surprised to see a kangaroo or three hopping across the fairways or simply lounging around the greens observing your putting skills.

The development is to be released in a number of stages with 3 distinct individually characterised communities. Your choice of living includes being surrounded by golf fairways, living amongst native Australian bush or simply, a stone’s throw from the ocean and the pristine beaches that have made Sussex Inlet such a popular destination.

Included in the first stage of the project will be a new Display Home Village with a hand-picked selection of builders showcasing a number of coastal designs.

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Location

Sussex Inlet Golf Village is situated just 206km south of Sydney, 1.3hrs from Wollongong and just over 2.5 hours from Canberra.

Renowned as a holiday and retirement town, it is located on a narrow, meandering stretch of water known as “The Inlet” that connects the Pacific Ocean to the lagoon, St Georges Basin. The township is a highly sought-after water activities-based destination with great fishing and protected boating, with Sussex Inlet Surf Life Saving Club overlooking a patrolled beach for surfing and swimming also.

The Sussex Inlet Golf Village is only a short 5-minute drive to the Sussex Inlet Shopping Village with facilities including a public school, aquatic centre, police & rural fire station, supermarket, banking, RSL club, bowling club, Rotary & Lion Clubs, various sporting clubs, bakery, post office, medical centre, hardware, cafés, restaurants, a pharmacy, vet, optometrist, a cinema and of course, the local hotel.

Sussex Inlet is in a central location with easy access to a number of larger towns including the city of Wollongong, Nowra, Ulladulla and Batemans Bay. It is also a short drive to the tourist haven of Jervis Bay, said to have the whitest beach sand in the world and the eclectic village of Milton.

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Lifestyle

Its all about the great outdoors. Few places can offer the combination of so many nature-based activities in a stunning, secluded atmosphere.

A variety of pristine beaches on your doorstep offer renowned surfing spots through to calm waters for easy swimming and plenty of great fishing spots. With the expansive Conjola National Park next door, easy walking trails through tranquil bushland and uncrowded beaches await, with historical monuments to explore and learn along the way.

St Georges Basin, Swan Lake and the meandering Inlet itself provide great boating conditions with banks, bays and channels to explore and enjoy.

With a classic Australian golf course already in place, you will have plenty of time to perfect your game and say hello to the abundance of local wildlife amongst the beautiful native botanicals.

The developers, Lucas Property Group and Sheargold Group, together, recognise that the people who will be attracted to live in this environment seek an active and relaxing lifestyle. That’s why our key development philosophy is to create ‘inspiring spaces’. Our extensive market research has been used refine our masterplan to make Sussex Inlet Golf Village the ultimate lifestyle destination.

Over the next year we will reveal exciting new development plans aimed at enhancing and prolonging our resident’s well-being. It underpins our drive to make Sussex Inlet Golf Village an outstanding place to live. More details to come.

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History

Sussex Inlet has a deep and interesting history that dates back 1,000’s of years. Prior to European occupation in 1797, the area around Sussex Inlet was occupied by the Dhurga Aborigines who called the basin behind the inlet, ‘Bherwherree’. Renowned for an abundant supply of fish it was home to a relatively large group of the Dhurga people. Many historical artefacts have been found in the local area.

The first Europeans to walk through the area were the survivors from the wreck of the ‘Sydney Cove’ who traversed the district in 1797. Nine of them died on the journey up the coast and only three reached Sydney alive. In 1827 the surveyor, Thomas Florance, travelled to St Georges Basin and mapped Sussex Inlet.

In September 1850 the ‘Barque Juniper’ was shipwrecked near Cape St George. The area was subsequently named Wreck Bay. In 1870 the ‘Walter Hood’ was shipwrecked near Wreck Bay.

The town has now become synonymous as a holiday and retirement destination, even with its own local golf course which was opened in 1956 by Clive and Jack Curtis. The golf course now forming the centrepiece for the Sussex Inlet Golf Village.

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