Completed project

Welcome to Vantage

Vantage is located off Spinnaker Way, Corlette on the southern shore of Port Stephens, adjacent to Bagnalls Beach Reserve. The site is a 50-minute drive north of Newcastle.

Vantage is now complete, with the final land release in 2015.

Vantage is the final part of Landcom’s Bagnalls Beach Estate, a large residential development that offers coastal lifestyle in the popular Port Stephens location. 

Sales information

All available land lots at Vantage have now completely SOLD OUT. 

The Vantage Sales Centre on Kurraka Drive has also NOW CLOSED.

For customers who have purchased land and require information about Design and Landscape Rebates, download the Design & Landscape Rebates form and email it to hunterdesignreview@landcom.nsw.gov.au

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Project information

Click the sections below to find out more about the development aspects of the Vantage project.

About the Vantage project

Vantage is the final part of Landcom’s Bagnalls Beach Estate, a large residential development that offers coastal lifestyle in the popular Port Stephens location.

The development is close to the Nelson Bay CBD, the facilities of Salamander Bay and Corlette, and the waterways of Port Stephens.

The ambition for Vantage was to deliver a masterplanned community in a coastal bushland setting with a high level of finish, featuring integrated public art.

Environmental and Social Sustainability

Environmental sustainability initiatives include:

  • water sensitive urban design
  • onsite recycling of materials during construction
  • installation of over 1,000 nest boxes within retained bushland corridors.

Social sustainability initiatives include:

  • parks for recreation and leisure
  • proximity to facilities and established centres
  • public transport (buses) from the estate to medical facilities, churches,
  • golf courses, cinemas, shopping, cycleways, restaurants and clubs in Nelson Bay and at Salamander Bay.

Public art strategy

Contemporary art works have been installed. These artworks respond to the theme ‘Tidal Patterns’ drawing together aspects of the site character including: coastal environment, land formations, changing settlement patterns and interaction with the Port Stephens waterways to provide a distinct sense of place across the site.