Honeysuckle - current works
Important seawall stabilisation and upgrade repair works have commenced along the Honeysuckle promenade.
The NSW Government has a vision for the Hunter and Central Coast regions, to see thriving communities and diverse natural environments. HCCDC works to create places where people can continue to grow and live life well in the communities that they love.
Through the Revitalising Newcastle program - see a more vibrant city with great spaces, new jobs and more homes connected to public transport.
Looking for a unique location for your next event?
Mt Penang Parklands is a versatile multi purposed site on the Central Coast - with grassed outdoor parklands, tree-lined avenues, heritage buildings and extensive bushland.
Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation aims to strengthen global gateways to the Hunter and Central Coast by creating diverse, sustainable regional economies with vibrant communities and leading metropolitan cities at their hearts.
Our vision is for these regions with unrivalled lifestyles in rich natural and built environments, to provide more employment opportunities and more housing while attracting innovative talent and enterprises.
Mt Penang Parklands
Spanning more than eight hectares of versatile space and expansive lawns, the Parklands are ideal for corporate and community events in a unique space surrounded by leafy trees, native plants and flowers.
HCCDC is activating Newcastle by strengthening connections between the city and waterfront, creating new housing and job opportunities, and delivering attractive public spaces connected to better transport.
Community Contribution Fund
The latest recipients of the Newcastle Port Community Contribution Fund have been announced - supporting community infrastructure, improved amenity and better community access around the Port of Newcastle.
Honeysuckle urban renewal
Through the Honeysuckle urban renewal project, the Government has paved the way for private sector investment to deliver new homes, jobs and economic activity.
As the project draws closer to completion, exciting new projects are planned for the remaining Honeysuckle lands - and the highest standards of built form and urban amenity will be applied.
In the news...
In early October, the Minister for Planning Anthony Roberts MP announced that changes were coming to Gosford to help the city emerge from its state of dormancy, to grow and become the significant regional city that it has every potential to become.
Vacant lands at Merewether Street East and Darby Plaza will now be transformed into a mix of commercial and residential uses, with the Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) today announcing the successful proponents for corridor lands in the city centre.
Following years of dedicated restoration works, the replica William the Fourth vessel will set sail tomorrow for Honeysuckle, where it will take up residence for the next 12 months at Lee Wharf and operate as a new tourism offering for the city.