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Breakfast Point - Sydney. NSW

Breakfast Point Sydney is a waterfront master-planned residential development, in the city of Canada Bay, nine kilometres from the Sydney CBD. Commenced in 2000, Breakfast Point is an urban village community, built on the principles of a traditional neighbourhood community.

Predominantly a Community Scheme Development, Breakfast Point comprises 2,550 residences and a range of community facilities including a country club, village centre retail precinct, community meeting hall, recreational and leisure facilities.

Breakfast Point is designed to maximize views, access and connection to the waterfront, provide significant areas of parkland and a choice of residential dwellings.

The development offers a range of focal points differing character and function, while at the same time conserving heritage aspects with compatible uses and ensuring adjacent development is complementary in scale and style. 

The final new apartment building stage was completed in late 2017 leaving construction of 4 large family homes and conversion of a heritage building to 14 apartments as the final stages of the Breakfast Point development.

Fast Facts

  •  Property Type: Residential 
  •  Scale: 2,550 Residences, Retail Precinct, Community Facilities and Parks on 53 hectares
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  •  Completion: 2019
  •  Partner(s): Rose Group
  •  Builder(s): Richard Crookes, Baulderstone & Barclay Mowlem
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2005 UDIA National President’s Award - Excellence in Urban Development

Awarded By: Urban Development Institute of Australia

2004 Prince Charles (INTBAU) - Recognition Award

Awarded By: Prince Charles Acting Patron of  International Network of Traditional Building Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU).

2004 NSW Urban Taskforce Development Excellence Award - Master planned Community

Awarded By: Urban Taskforce Development.

2004 UDIA Award for Best Lifestyle Development

Awarded By: Urban Development Institute of Australia



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