Belmont is a suburb of Lake Macquarie, less than 20 kilometres from the Newcastle CBD. With Valentine, Croudace Bay and Redhead on its northern border and Marks Point to the south, Belmont is positioned between the lake and the ocean.
The first European settler in Belmont was a reverend, who was one of the first people to record the language of indigenous Australians. A later settler built Belmont House, named after his place of birth, and the town that sprung up around it adopted the same name.
“WITH WATER VIEWS AND PLENTY OF ROOM FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT, BELMONT HAS A LOT TO OFFER BOTH INVESTORS AND RESIDENTS, ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO LOVE THE GREAT OUTDOORS.”
There is always something happening on the lake in the form of water sports, sailing, fishing, parachutists floating down in the distance or pelicans landing on lampposts.