Huntlee Location & Facilities

Location.  A beautiful country.

Hunter Valley view for Huntlee.

Set in the world-renowned Hunter Valley, Huntlee offers the ideal mix of country charm and urban convenience. The famed wineries are literally just down the road while the vibrant towns of Cessnock, Singleton and Maitland are twenty minutes away.

A bit more about Huntlee.

Katherine's Landing Cafe now open
Katherine's Landing Cafe now open

We're really excited - our first business is open in Huntlee!

The Cafe is open in Katherine's Landing.  Come out and see us and a coffee and a relax while the kids play in the fresh air - there's a small park outside for them.

The Cafe is located in Huntlee's Land Sales Centre and its  open from 8am - 3pm Monday- Friday and 8am-2pm Saturday & Sunday- drop in and say hello to Mary and her friendly team.

Where is Huntlee?

Located on Wine Country Drive, the Hunter’s first new town in more than 50 years has direct access to the Hunter Expressway and New England Highway via the Branxton Interchange. 

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Ideal location.

Newcastle’s internationally acclaimed beaches are around 45 minutes away and you can be on the outskirts of Sydney in less than 90 minutes. Click below:

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Things to do.

Huntlee is ideally located for access to the popular wine regions as well as areas of great natural beauty such as the Barrington Tops National Park and the stunning coastlines near to Newcastle. We're close to a huge range of wineries, restaurants and cafes, golf courses and spas - all just down the road in the Hunter Valley.

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Huntlee will be BIG.

Huntlee will eventually be similar in size to Singleton, with full retail, commercial and recreational facilities, a diverse range of affordable housing, local training and employment, and access to broader secondary and tertiary education opportunities.

Work has already commenced on our brand new town centre.  Coles, a medical centre and child care have al ready committed to Huntlee, with lots of interest from a range of other service providers.  Watch this space for regular updates.

Hunter Expressway
Huntlee in the Hunter Valley

Close by - schools, medical facilities and shops.

While our town centre is being built, neighbouring towns of Branxton and Greta offer primary schools, shops, medical services and other facilities within minutes from Huntlee. Cessnock, Singleton and Maitland – all less than 20 minutes away – provide everything you’d expect from major regional centres.

Public Transport.

The Branxton train station, on the Hunter line, is within walking distance and the area is serviced by private and public buses.

Community.

We've created the Huntlee Community Plan to provide a blueprint for a happy, healthy, vibrant and inclusive community. It's designed to show how a range of live, work and play opportunities can be brought together to build a town designed for the 21st Century living.

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Huntlee shops and town
Huntler Valley public transport

 

Katherine's Landing at Huntlee

Village life.

Katherine’s Landing is the first of four villages to be developed at Huntlee. It is set east of Wine Country Drive and close to the planned Town Centre, where a beautiful recreation lake and sporting oval will be at the heart of the new community.

Each village is designed to be self-sustaining – a walkable neighbourhood with wide, tree-lined streets and a village centre where a range of services and facilities will cater for day-to-day life. Convenience is central to the design of each village and to Huntlee as a whole.

Huntlee Branxton Masterplan

Valley History.

The name Katherine’s Landing pays homage to both the pioneers of Australian wine-making and to the previous landholders. Katherine Busby arrived in NSW in 1824, along with brother James, who would later establish the first commercial vineyard in NSW, Kirkton, near Branxton and become known as the Father of Australian Winemaking. On the same ship was Katherine’s future husband, William Kelman, who became manager of the historic Kirkton vineyard.

Local Colour.

The Landing part of the name is in tribute to the private light aircraft landing strip built on the ridgeline by a previous farming family. This area will be maintained as public domain open space and offers the perfect vantage point to look out over the village.

Spirit & Passion.

The spirit and passion so evident in the Hunter in those early days is echoed in the advent of Katherine’s Landing at Huntlee, where a new history is being created.  ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

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Contact us at
Huntlee today

(02) 4938 3910 huntleesales@lwpproperty.com.au
Visit our sales office

1 Triton Boulevard North Rothbury, NSW 2335
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Sat, Sun & Public Hols 10am - 4pm