Lot 1765 The Ridgeway North Arm Cove

Non Urban Land - Building not permitted. Close to the shores of Port Stephens.

North Arm Cove

At the end of World War I proposals were made for the development of the area as a major industrial port city ('the New York of Australia'). Walter Burley Griffin, responsible for the layout of Canberra, put forward one design. When his company went into liquidation wealthy realtor Henry F. Halloran bought up the land and subdivided it in expectation of the sales and the linkage of the 'city' to the main railway line but nothing came of the proposal. Today it is a very attractive little settlement amidst forest on the shore of Port Stephens. The Aboriginal name for the point was Weepi.

This zoning is prior to an Urban Zoning.

Non urban zoning does not allow a dwelling to be constructed on the land.

The Great Lakes Council have no timetable at all to re-zone this land. Sometime in the future it will be rezoned but nobody has any time frame. You can camp on the land (or caravan)

Thank you for your enquiry regarding non urban land.
Further information may be obtain directly from: Great Lakes Council, Breese Parade, Forster 2428
Or by telephone: 02 6591 7222

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Lot 1765 The Ridgeway, North Arm Cove, NSW, 2324

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