Newcastle city parking guide
We've created a guide to parking in the city of Newcastle.
Creating vibrant communities
With great spaces, new jobs and more homes connected to public transport.
A thriving region
HDC is overseeing the delivery of the Hunter Regional Plan 2036.
The plan is a blueprint for driving sustainable growth and diversity in our region.
Hunter Development Corporation aims to strengthen global gateways to the Hunter by creating a diverse, sustainable regional economy with vibrant communities and a leading metropolitan city at its heart.
Our vision is for a region that maintains its unrivalled lifestyle in a rich natural and built environment while attracting innovative talent and enterprises.
Port Community Fund
Do you have a community minded project based in or around the Port of Newcastle that you would like to bring to life?
Mines Grouting Fund
The Newcastle Mines Grouting Fund helps promote new investment by giving developers certainty about the cost of mine remediation.
Parking in Newcastle city centre
We've prepared a parking guide to all the off-street car parks in Newcastle city centre.
21 Honeysuckle Drive
Lume is a Doma Group development that marks the first urban renewal project on the waterfront in Honeysuckle in 10 years. HDC's sale 21 Honeysuckle Drive marks the next exciting stage in the precinct's evolution.
In the news...
Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, today announced a new period of investment and growth for Greater Newcastle following the launch of the city’s first-ever metropolitan plan.
Premium waterfront land will hit the market on Friday, with Hunter Development Corporation (HDC) releasing ‘Lee 5’ in Honeysuckle with a vision to see superior architecture and innovative design outcomes. The ‘call for proposals’ creates an invitation for developers to snap-up a shrinking supply of premium waterfront lands.
A new hotel will start construction in Honeysuckle in coming months, with Hunter Development Corporation (HDC) today welcoming the approval of Doma Group’s Development Application (DA) for a 140-room hotel in the city’s evolving west end.