Nestled in the fringes of the Hunter Valley just 25 minutes from Newcastle, the contemporary master planned community of Cliftleigh Meadows will facilitate a modern family lifestyle.


Minutes from Newcastle


People in Newcastle


Minutes from Sydney

Cliftleigh Meadows has a rising economy and property market, having benefited from major new projects in the city and the nearby Hunter region.
The city has delivered solid capital growth over the past three years and in the past 12 months several Newcastle suburbs recorded double-digit median price growth.
Key projects keeping the Newcastle economy strong include the CBD revitalisation, residential construction, upgrades to transport infrastructure and expansion of the Newcastle port.
Newcastle is already the world’s biggest coal export port and major upgrades to export facilities occur regularly. A $1 billion upgrade to the Newcastle Airport and RAAF Base is under way.
The city presents an appealing formula for property investors: affordable prices, an overall solid growth record and major impetus from economic activity in and around the city.


Mining and Resources

Despite the perception that the mining sector has deteriorated, the coal industry is an essential pillar in the Hunter Valley. In 2015, the mining sector supported 3,400 businesses and spent $3.4 billion on goods and services.

Rail Infrastructure

There are upgrades to transport infrastructure impacting on Newcastle and the Hunter region. These include upgrades to the rail system between Gunnedah and Maitland, near Newcastle.

Port of Newcastle

The ongoing expansion of facilities is significant for the region’s economy. It is expected that the port’s coal-loading capacity will triple once the expansions
are completed. Current and future expansions entail investment totalling about $9 billion.

Newcastle Airport

Stage one of the $80 million terminal expansion, including a new arrivals hall with dedicated customs, immigration and quarantine facilities, was opened in February 2015. The new facilities have paved the way for international flights.

University of Newcastle

Key projections for the university over the coming decade include increasing its students to 40,000, making it one of the top three regional universities in Australia.
Construction has been completed on the $95 million NewSpace campus, with the NSW Government contributing $25 million towards the cost.


One of the squadrons created by the Federal Government’s $12 billion purchase of F-35A 58 Joint Strike Fighters will be based at Williamtown. Its facilities will undergo a $1 billion upgrade to accommodate the F-35As with maintenance on the planes creating an extra 250 jobs.

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