Nurturing the Community

A pathway that leads to exhilarating amenities Sanctuary’s Masterplan is careful to respect its surrounding parklands and waterways. The exciting inclusion of a river side café by transforming an old wharf located within the new parklands, provides the local community and the broader public with another tranquil, yet re-energised space to enjoy. 

Secure above-ground, landscaped terraces are perfect for time-out, a stroll with family or to meet new friends in the community. Take advantage of sweeping views, visit the community garden or simply enjoy the water features. These thread through the development, blending the calm of the surroundings into your daily experience.

One with nature Sanctuary is an exemplary Masterplan that applies smart design, rigorous thinking and collaborative partnerships to create a unique residential opportunity. Nestled amongst an extensive green belt, Sanctuary’s north facing, river fronted location is set to become one of Sydney’s most sought after residential developments.


Nurturing the Community

Where life is exceptional

Retail & Dining
Wentworth Point's Retail and Dining offering has grown with Pierside Shopping Centre servicing the locals everyday needs with IGA Supermarket, cafes and restaurants and services for the family. A new retail precinct, Marina Square opened recently and offers residents and the community stylish restaurants, fresh produce, bakeries and more.
Parks & Recreation
When it comes to outdoor leisure, you’re spoilt for choice, with surrounding parklands, walking and cycling tracks, the river for watersports, lookouts and extensive nature reserves. Neighbouring Sydney Olympic Park is the heart of Sydney's sport and recreation zone, and hosts major sporting facilities and world-class events and cultural attractions.
Families can enjoy proximity to a range of public and private schools, including Newington College, Concord High School, Marsden High School, and the new Wentworth Point Public School which is within walking distance. As well Macquarie University is also just an easy 20 minute drive from Sanctuary.
Sanctuary is connected by a strong transport infrastructure. A range of ferry services, including the River Cat, put Parramatta, Abbotsford, Chiswick and Circular Quay just a short boat ride away. Increased bus services and connections for the region open up opportunities for work and play, and Olympic Park and Rhodes also enable rail connections to the rest of Sydney.


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