Ev­ery cloud has a Ma­genta lining

Inside Golf - - Club News -

FOR the first time in over 6 years, Ma­genta Shores is en­ter­ing a con­struc­tion phase, be­gin­ning its next pres­ti­gious precinct. Af­ter a sell down of over 90 prop­er­ties in two years, Rich Sea In­ter­na­tional will be “turn­ing dirt”. The mo­men­tum they have gath­ered post-GFC de­fied real es­tate mar­kets and golf­ing trends.

Re­cently they held a rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony mark­ing the com­mence­ment of a sales cam­paign for their lat­est re­lease, a pres­ti­gious, dress cir­cle precinct of only 19 al­lot­ments.

“Ma­genta Shores raised the bar in what was achiev­able with res­i­den­tial golf­ing com­mu­ni­ties and is with­out doubt the pin­na­cle of living and life­style on the Cen­tral Coast,” said Wy­ong Shire Mayor Doug Eaton

Ma­genta Shores has nu­mer­ous awards and ac­co­lades to its name, in­clud­ing be­ing placed in the top 30 golf cour­ses in Australia and as high as eighth in some rank­ings.

The links style golf ex­pe­ri­ence is un­ri­valled on the NSW Cen­tral Coast, be­ing lo­cated on a nar­row isth­mus, with its pris­tine salt­wa­ter lake sys­tem to the west and the sparkling Pa­cific Ocean to the east. Wyrra­ba­long Na­tional Park abuts to the north with its cy­cle­ways and bush­walk­ing and south with its rain­forests, this lo­ca­tion is ar­guably the finest blue chip of­fer­ing on the eastern seaboard of Australia.

Be­ing sur­rounded by pris­tine Na­tional Park to the North has its ad­van­tages. The main at­trac­tion other than golf is its 2.3kms of white sand beach frontage. This beach is es­sen­tially de­serted and res­i­dents and lo­cals de­light in the fact.

The Ac­cor Ho­tel group also iden­ti­fied lo­ca­tion as key when they ac­quired the Quay West Ho­tel. Re­cently they re­branded to the lux­u­ri­ous Pull­man Ho­tel, part of their five-star ho­tels sta­ble.

“Our Pull­man Ho­tel re­brand­ing is be­fit­ting of the dis­tin­guished cham­pi­onship golf course. We re­cently re­fur­bished the ho­tel and all rooms in a spa­cious and mod­ern con­tem­po­rary styling,” said Gen­eral Manager Sam Panetta.

“Bar­retts Restau­rant & Shal­lows Bar now fea­tures a Mediter­ranean grill and pizza oven on the ter­race, ideal for al­fresco dining. Both of­fer stunning vis­tas over the lake and golf course with its myr­iad nat­u­ral green hues. The re­sort in­cludes in­door heated pool, steam room, rock pools, la­goon pool, gym, BBQ pic­nic ar­eas, two ten­nis courts and the award-win­ning Vie Spa with five treat­ment rooms. I would love to greet you and in­vite you to en­joy your next golf get­away with my team.”

Ma­genta Shores Golf & Coun­try Club Gen­eral Manager Roger Mor­ris said “Ma­genta Shores is dif­fer­ent in the sense that many mem­bers have come here purely for the life­style and this will no doubt con­tinue as the devel­op­ment con­tin­ues. How many lo­ca­tions can you re­side and have the first tee no more than a fair­way away from your home? Ma­genta Shores rates as one of the hard­est cour­ses to play in NSW, how­ever for many of the res­i­dents this is the course on which they learnt and are learn­ing to play. They roll up two or three times a week un­de­terred by the course’s rep­u­ta­tion and even a bad golf day is a good one when sur­rounded by the nat­u­ral beauty of the Ma­genta Shores set­ting”.

On the fu­ture of Ma­genta Shores, Rich Sea In­ter­na­tional’s Devel­op­ment Manager Paul Seisums says “We are cur­rently fa­cil­i­tat­ing with con­sent­ing au­thor­i­ties and com­mer­cial stake­hold­ers across a new mas­ter­plan never be­fore en­ter­tained within the golf sec­tor. This will de­liver a prod­uct which at­tracts lo­cal, Syd­ney and In­ter­na­tional mar­kets alike. Our mas­ter­plan will be re­vealed next year and we are thrilled as this will po­si­tion Ma­genta Shores strate­gi­cally mov­ing for­ward.

“The mas­ter­plan en­ter­tains a va­ri­ety of ac­com­mo­da­tion styles, with a real em­pha­sis on life­style, fit­ness and so­cial amenity. It will pro­vide for not only re­tirees and golfers but the fit­ness and out­door en­thu­si­ast alike.”

For more in­for­ma­tion:

The par-5 2nd hole head­ing out south along the pris­tine beach front. Wy­ong Shire Coun­cil Mayor Doug Eaton and Rich Sea

In­ter­na­tional’s Devel­op­ment Manager Paul Seisums.

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