Wentworth Point is an exciting and fast growing waterside precinct that sits on a scenic peninsula overlooking the beautiful Sydney waterways. Drawing inspiration from European village life and infused with a distinct Australian vibe, Wentworth Point offers a unique lifestyle with a social approach to apartment living and a focus on outdoor living.
Warwick Williams at the Waterfront was launched when the first building – Corfu – was completed in 2001 and since that time has grown as the area has grown and developed. The tranquil village atmosphere and strong community ties give our neighbourhood a distinctive character.
Just 13km to the CBD, bordering Sydney Olympic Park, Wentworth Point is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Sydney. A short walk to the ferry wharf offering easy direct access via the RiverCat service to the city and Parramatta, Wentworth Point is well serviced by train and bus. Rhodes shopping and entertainment centre is just across the bay and with a cinema complex and every retail store – indeed, a direct footpath link to the centre is due for imminent completion.
A tranquil oasis in the heart of Sydney, Wentworth Park combines the atmosphere of a close-knit European village with a resort-style vibe to create a unique living environment.
Surrounded by water, natural wetlands and parkland, Wentworth Point’s environment plays a strong role in its growth. An environmentally sustainable development embracing the Mediterranean lifestyle, it comprises a 21 hectare resort with palm-lined walkways, wide avenues and landscaped grounds affording a holiday-like vibe. At the heart of Wentworth Point is its chic European-style Piazza – the centre for socialising. Offering a range of gourmet delis, restaurants and conveniences, it’s complete with cobblestone walkways and bolles court reminiscent of the streets of Italy. A marina, function centre and even a library ensure that day-to-day living is effortless with a fully equipped recreational centre, ‘Pulse’, is ideal for active residents and features a 25m heated pool, gym and tennis courts.
With its focus on leisure and recreation, Wentworth Point is very popular with families and attracts people of all ages and interests creating a wonderful melting pot of culture and flavour. It’s little wonder that Wentworth Point has won a bevy of awards including the 2007 NSW Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Award for Residential Development and the 2006 Urban Development Industry Award for NSW Best Master Planned Development.
A very social community, Wentworth Point offers a full range of recreational facilities from cycling, kayaking and swimming to photography, wine tasting and trivia nights.
Sydney Olympic Park
One of Australia’s major sporting and entertainment venues, Sydney Olympic Park is home to the ANZ Stadium where the spectacular Sydney Olympics ceremony in 2000 took place. Surrounded by extensive parklands, walking tracks and cycleways, it also has a state-of-the-art aquatic centre with four indoor heated pools, a rapid river ride, giant water slide, steam room and health club. There’s also a tennis centre, baseball centre, archery park and numerous other sporting facilities.
Bicentennial Park is a 40 hectare natural heritage site featuring an extensive wetland ecosystem and recreational facilities. As well as picnic facilities and playgrounds, the park offers nature-based tours and environmental education talks. Lake Belvedere promises a perfect setting for picnicking on its grassy banks or the more adventurous can hire a bike from the on-site bike shop and explore the park’s cycleways. Other facilities of this popular park include a water play area, free bbq facilities and a café.
DFO – Direct Factory Outlets
Open seven days a week, the DFO designer shopping hub is a veritable paradise for the bargain lover or those in need of some serious retail therapy. With free parking and two food courts, the centre offers everything you could possibly need. From Billabong to Cotton On and Lisa Ho to Oporto, DFO is a one-stop shop to all your fashion needs.
The proposed Homebush Bay Bridge
The proposed Homebush Bay Bridge will connect two of Sydney’s newest communities – Wentworth Point and Rhodes – to public transport, parklands, shopping and entertainment. Reaching 300m across the bay, the bridge will not only provide a visual landmark but also help establish a cycle and walking link across the Parramatta River foreshore.