Summer 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to The Point Newsletter. As another year comes to an end, it’s time to enjoy balmy nights and cotton candy skies and make the most of the holiday season at Point Lonsdale.

Coastal Living at The Point

As the summer heat draws holidaymakers to the seaside haven of Point Lonsdale, The Point offers visitors the opportunity to become future residents, turning a temporary coastal retreat into a permanent venture.

The Avenue, the latest pocket of land released at The Point, is offering new lots ranging from 350sqm to 448sqm near tranquil waterways, the Community Hub and the Town Park. Future residents can explore their new community on foot via several walking tracks linking to recreational facilities and designated lookouts.

From yoga by the water’s edge to al fresco dining in the park, future residents can enjoy the outdoor pleasures of coastal living while having the convenience of Point Lonsdale Village, Geelong and Melbourne only a short distance away.

Big Hero 6 comes to The Point

The Point Moonlight Cinema is back for the summer, offering movie-loving residents an opportunity to catch with one another up after the busy Christmas season and enjoy an open-air movie screening on Friday 4 January 2019. Pack a picnic blanket and secure a prime position on the lawn for this year’s chosen flick – Big Hero 6. Movie buffs can enjoy Walt Disney’s animated box-office hit while snacking on a classic cinema menu of ice cream, popcorn and fairy floss – all complimentary of Moremac Property Group.

To top it off, Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club will bring an extra sizzle to the summer event, cooking up a sausage sizzle for all to enjoy.

Tickets to this annual highlight are FREE but must be acquired prior to the event. Plan ahead and book early to avoid missing out on this one-night-only screening.

To secure your movie tickets, please visit: The Point’s Land Sales Office located at 2281-2303 Bellarine Highway, Point Lonsdale

Or contact: The Point’s Estate Manager, Nick Grace – 0427 257 712.


Ballarat local Garry Russell has been travelling to Point Lonsdale and sailing along the Bellarine Peninsula for the past 30 years. The 71-year-old and his wife Diane decided it was time to turn their weekend retreat into their new neighbourhood, and are excited to move to Pearl at The Point in the new year.

“My wife and I have lived on a quarter acre block in Ballarat for 46 years, but to me Point Lonsdale already feels like home. It’s the simple things about the area that make me happy, like seeing the ships pass by and the maritime climate,” Mr Russell said.

“Ballarat can be so frosty in winter, but in Point Lonsdale you don’t get those really cold winters or those very hot summers. I like the mild climate and feeling the sea breeze on my face when I’m there.

“My wife and I know the area so well, so it just feels right that we’re going to make Pearl at The Point our new home.

“We’ll be settled in our new house by February next year, and we can’t wait to spend time walking along the beach, meeting new people and living in the moment in a place we’ve always felt a strong connection to,” Mr Russell concluded.

New Housing and Waterways in progress at The Point

Construction at The Point continues to progress as the community prepares for the new year ahead.

Now that final approvals have been granted and titles have been registered for Stage 9, owners are finalising plans so that housing construction can begin.

Civil works for Stage 10 and Stage 11 are progressing well, with the drainage, sewer water and gas works all now completed. Initial preparation works for the roads is currently underway, with construction expected to be completed in May 2019.

Following engineering approval, the bulk earthworks for Stage 12 are now well underway and include a new section of the waterway. Pearl’s new luxury townhouses are now nearing completion, with work expected to conclude before Christmas.

Community gathering at The Point

Almost 20 residents from Stage 6 and Stage 7 celebrated the beginning of warmer days with a resident BBQ on 18 November. Neighbours spent the sunny Sunday afternoon mingling and networking, strengthening relationships and connecting with one another.

The Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club donated tables and a marquee for residents to enjoy, and each resident brought a plate of food, providing a smorgasbord of dishes to share with family and friends.

The Point Estate Manager Nick Grace attended the gathering and said it was great to see a demonstration of the strong sense of community at The Point.

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