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89 John Whiteway Drive unit development “positive contribution to the Gosford city centre”

Posted by Edgar Adams on 12 November 2021
The NSW Planning Department has consented to the Development Application for a State Significant Development comprising four residential unit blocks at 89 John Whiteway Drive, Gosford. The $198.3 million `resort style’ development on the former Gosford quarry site will comprise four buildings ranging in size from 6 to 12 storeys with 260 apartments and 400 space basement car park around a garden and pool setting and was designed by Gosford architects ADG Architects. The development wa...
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New entertainment venue for Gosford – Drifters Wharf

Posted by Edgar Adams on 12 November 2021
New entertainment venue for Gosford – Drifters Wharf
It’s had a few lives, but the old Iguana Joe’s on Gosford Waterfront is getting a major makeover, and with two experienced business operators behind it, its future as Gosford’s leading entertainment venue is now ensured. The iconic exterior stays the same and the view to Lyon Island stays the same but internally it is being rebuilt to become a live entertainment venue with 500-seat restaurant and bar as well as being a functions and events venue. Founders of the highl...
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Central Coast Sports College eyeing expansion

Posted by Edgar Adams on 12 November 2021
Central Coast Sports College eyeing expansion
Central College Sports College is presently working with Hunter Central Coast Development Corporation (HCCDC) and their consultant RZK Group on replacing the temporary buildings which were erected to accommodate an additional 100 students at the beginning of 2021. Plans are well underway to provide more permanent classrooms with the project anticipated to cost $2.6m with a grant of $450k to assist with the construction from the Australian Government's Capital Grants Program (CGP) an...
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ASX company buys TreeTop Adventure Park Ourimbah

Posted by Edgar Adams on 12 November 2021
ASX company buys TreeTop Adventure Park Ourimbah
ASX listed adventure tourism company Experience Co Limited announced in September that it will acquire 14 high rope courses and zipline activities across Australia including the original TreeTop Adventure Park in the Ourimbah State Forest. Founded by Frederic Galimard and Sandrine Gaymard, the first Australian TreeTop Adventure Park opened at Wyong Creek in 2008 followed quickly by the development of three more parks in NSW They also designed, built and operated Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo an...
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SpotGo announced Central Coast Business of the Year

Posted by Edgar Adams on 12 November 2021
SpotGo announced Central Coast Business of the Year
Central Coast manufacturer and family owned manufacturer of detergents and cleaning materials, SpotGo have taken out the 2021 Central Coast Business Awards Manufacturer of the Year Award. Owned by the Small family and now operated by Brendan Small, the business was founded in 1966 by Mr Small’s father specialising in carpet cleaning. As a result the company developed its own cleaning materials employing their own industrial chemist which have been highly successful. In 2012 the...
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