Planning Proposal: Raffertys Resort

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Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the planning proposal for Raffertys Resort.

At the 11 June 2024 Standing Committee meeting, Council endorsed the planning proposal and, separately, approved a development application for demolition of the existing tavern and function centre, and construction of a new pub, ancillary function centre, swimming pool, car parks and temporary function centre at 1 Wild Duck Drive and 2 Lorikeet Loop, Cams Wharf, subject to conditions of consent.

Area subject to planning proposal


Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the planning proposal for Raffertys Resort.

At the 11 June 2024 Standing Committee meeting, Council endorsed the planning proposal and, separately, approved a development application for demolition of the existing tavern and function centre, and construction of a new pub, ancillary function centre, swimming pool, car parks and temporary function centre at 1 Wild Duck Drive and 2 Lorikeet Loop, Cams Wharf, subject to conditions of consent.

Area subject to planning proposal


  • Green light for Raffertys Resort revamp

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    Raffertys Resort has been green lit for a facelift in a bid to bolster tourism offerings in Lake Macquarie.

    Councillors endorsed two items at tonight’s Standing Committee Meeting to pave the way for development at the Cams Wharf destination, pending approval from the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces.

    The first was a planning proposal to allow an increase in maximum building heights at the resort, enabling tourism development capable of attracting a five-star hotel operator.

    The second was a development application to give consent for construction of a new pub, ancillary function centre, swimming pool and car park within Raffertys Resort.

    The new pub would replace the existing tavern and function centre building.

    Lake Macquarie Mayor Kay Fraser said the proposals sought to fill a gap in the region’s tourism offerings.

    “Lake Macquarie is a fantastic visitor destination, but we currently lack supply in terms of large, branded four-star or higher hotel and executive apartment properties,” she said.

    “This development would enhance the city’s existing tourism strengths and provide premium accommodation in a lake front location, close to nature reserves and recreation opportunities.”

Page last updated: 12 Jun 2024, 08:41 AM