23 January 2017 2 min read

The last greenfield residential community on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Newport, a $590 million dollar community will feature 2000 homes, proposed foreshore walks and parks and a proposed 23 hectare lake. Watch the Channel 9 news clip right here to discover why Newport is the place to be.
Work is now well under way on the infrastructure – including streets, home sites and services – at the new waterside community on a 143ha Redcliffe Peninsula site. The project, eventually to become home to about 5000 residents, will feature a proposed 23ha lake with a navigable lock and high mast access to Moreton Bay. 

Stockland's economic modelling, completed by consultancy group Urbis, revealed that the masterplanned community would deliver an almost $1 billion boost to the southeast Queensland economy during its development. Newport will also generate more than 2000 direct construction jobs. It is expected to provide almost 1000 direct and indirect local jobs once the masterplanned community is complete.