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148 Golf Residences Planned for Mereweather Golf Course

Initial plans for a $120 million Development including 148 Residences surrounding Mereweather Golf Course in Newcastle has been approved by the Regional Planning Panel earlier this month. The development will create a seniors living precinct with serviced residences located within the golf course and situated between Mereweather and Adamstown.  The project was originally announced by...

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How will Golf be played post Coronavirus lockdown?

As almost all countries in the world are seeking to contain Coronavirus, rather than eliminate it, we will all likely be living with the virus for the rest of our lives. The world, our work, shopping, play, sports, lives, education and many other facets of our lives will be changed forever – or at lest...

Top 10 Golf Course Openings in 2020

From the Oregon Coast to Thailand, New Golf Destinations Woo Golf Travelers By Eric Matuszewski and published courtesy of National Golf Foundation, January 2020 One of the many beauties of the game of golf is that every playing field, every canvas, is different. From seaside links and mountainside layouts to classic parkland designs, there’s an...

Is Golf healthier than Jogging in a COVID world?

A few weeks ago, I saw an interview with Dr Oz regarding Coronavirus on breakfast TV in Sydney.   At that time, there was just fledgling progress on the creation of a vaccine and so Dr Oz discussed how we can all take steps to boost our immune system to help prevent infection.  His advice was...

328 New Golf Residences Proposed in Cessnock, NSW

Plans are afoot to redevelop Cessnock Golf Course to construct over 300 New Golf Course Homes on and around a 12-hole Golf Course.  The development is also planned to include over-55s residences.  Cessnock Golf Course was previously 18-holes and closed in April 2018 after entering into voluntary administration.  Central Coast-based Developer, Stevens Group has lodged...

$225m Development with 300 Homes in Riverside Oaks

Chinese investor Nashan Group has plans to spend $225.5 million developing the Riverside Oaks Golf Resort in the Hills District into an international tourist resort. Nashan has lodged plans with council in April 2019 for the progressive development of the 227-hectare site into a masterplan for 300 homes, a hotel precinct with a 150-key hotel...

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