The heart of the 2281 postcode, Swansea offers a boutique hub of CBD shopping and entertainment fronted by the aquatic playground of Swansea Channel that links to the sea.

Surrounding Lake Macquarie provides a year-round recreational fishing and boating haven in its calm and protected waters that are also popular amongst land-based kayakers, anglers and paddlers. An array of boat ramps and jetties make for easy water access.

To the northern end of Swansea sits Coon Island Nature Reserve with picnic facilities overlooking the idyllic sand islands dotting the azure channel waters. To the south, the area incorporates absolute waterfront living along Black Neds Bay and verdant bushland tracks hug the waters edge at Margarets Bay to Galgabba Point and all the way to Murrays Beach.

As the commercial centre at the entrance to Lake Macquarie from the Pacific Ocean, living here you can enjoy major shopping centres, an abundance of eateries plus plenty of scenic walking/cycling circuits and viewpoints that let you take in the breathtaking beauty of this coastal suburb.

A water lover's paradise, just 30 minutes south of Newcastle and 1hr 20min North of Hornsby.



• Approx. 2517 dwellings

• Entertainment at Pubs & Clubs

• CDB Shopping including a Coles, Woolworths & Dan Murphy’s

• Swansea library

• Coon Island Nature Reserve

• Holiday accommodation at Swansea Caravan Park

• Swansea Public School

• Saint Patrick’s Primary School

• Heated Pools + BBQ facilities at Swansea Swim Centre