Media releases

HCCDC keeps the community informed about projects and initiatives through a range of communications, including working closely with the media.
 

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Honeysuckle Park
30 July 2021

New waterfront park for Newcastle opens

Novocastrians will now enjoy a new $4.2 million waterfront park in the CBD which will provide an outstanding public space for locals. The new Honeysuckle Park forms part of a dynamic $55 million infrastructure and public domain works program in Honeysuckle Newcastle.

Hope at Honeysuckle
29 June 2021

Hope's Honeysuckle plans now lodged

The transformation of the historic Wharf building into Newcastle’s newest destination for food, entertainment and gourmet Hunter products is one step closer with the development application lodged for ‘Hope at Honeysuckle’.

Leagues Club Park playground
10 June 2021

Leagues Club Park ready for more fun

Leagues Club Park’s nature-inspired play zone is now better than ever, with a resurfaced play pod and slide area making it easier for little feet to get around Gosford’s premier public space.

Leagues Club Park Gosford
26 February 2021

Premier opens landmark playspace in Gosford

The $10 million Leagues Club Park including a tidal terrace, nature-inspired play equipment and quality green space in Gosford was officially opened today by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes.

Leagues Club Field poles
28 January 2021

Water set to flow through Leagues Club Field

Leagues Club Field at Gosford has reached the final stages of construction, with the tidal terrace feature about to undergo a period of thorough testing. The tidal terrace, part of the NSW Government’s $10 million transformation of Leagues Club Field, will bring Brisbane Water onto the site for the first time since the land was reclaimed in the early 1900’s.

Honeysuckle Park render
13 November 2020

Construction starts on Honeysuckle public domain

Another quality public space on the waterfront will soon be a reality in the ever-evolving Honeysuckle Precinct, with the Hunter and Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) today commencing construction on the next two hectares of public domain.