Location & Lifestyle

ARIA Elermore Vale has access to all major infrastructures including the John Hunter and Calvary Mater Hospitals, major shopping precincts, Stockland Glendale Shopping Centre, Westfield Kotara and Charlestown Square are all within a 9km radius.

Newcastle’s CBD and its pristine beaches​ is within 20 minutes drive, with transport services at your front door and easy access onto the Sydney M1 Freeway.

Newcastle offers an international airport, a major University campus, train stations to regional centres as well as access to major freeways to both Sydney and Brisbane.​



Lake Macquarie is less than 10km from ARIA Elermore Vale. 

The Lake Macquarie region offers opportunities for Fishing, Swimming, Water Skiing, Surfing, Boating, Hiking, Horse Back Riding, Wine Tasting and much more.

Lake Macquarie is home to the largest permanent coastal saltwater lake in the southern hemisphere, 30 kilometres of pristine coastlineand and 174 km of foreshore, with it's beautiful bays and beaches. and some of the most beautiful forests in New South Wales. 

There is so much to love about Lake Macquarie, mixing pleasure, adventure and experience to create the perfect coastal getaway or destination for a daytrip from neighbouring Newcastle.  Enjoy a day of boating and fishing on a lake twice the size of Sydney Harbour, explore the sea caves at Caves Beach on a low tide, take a self-guided tour of the historic mining town of Catherine Hill Bay, bushwalk to spectacular waterfalls in the Watagans National Park and stroll along the foreshore and grab a bite to eat at the lakeside town of Warners Bay.

There really is no shortage of things to see and do in Lake Macquarie. 

The eastern side of the Lake Macquarie Area border the Pacific Ocean with it's long sandy beaches. On the western side Lake Macquarie adjoins the Watagan Mountains. 


The Hunter Valley is only a short drive from Aria Elermore Vale.

The Hunter Valley is recognised as a world-class wine and food destination, with more than 150 wineries, restaurants aplenty, sweeping landscapes and mobs of kangaroos.

The Hunter Valley is a fabulous holiday destination, whether it’s a weekender or a couple of weeks. The region is made up of a number of smaller subregions. Each has its own secrets to reveal and subtle nuances in terms of wine characteristics. You can discover them individually or as part of the Hunter Valley wine and food trail.

It’s only a 40-minute drive from one end of the Hunter Valley to the other so you can easily take the time to explore some of the small villages, larger towns and other hidden gems around the region. 
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