Elanora Hotel

East Gosford, NSWwww.elanorahotel.com.au

The Elanora Hotel or The Elly as the locals like to call her has been the heartbeat of the East Gosford community for over 60 years. The Group acquired the Elly in 2019 and shortly after acquisition undertook a major renovation and refurbishment of the Pub. A further extensive renovation has just been completed on the sports and TAB bar, along with the creation of a large private function space. 

Saddles

Saddles is inspired by its surrounding bush landscape.

The 10 hectare property situated in Mount White with a name that takes inspiration from the craftsmanship of Heath Harris, an artisan saddler who has worked with John Singleton in crafting saddles for his nearby Strawberry Hill Stud, and who has designed unique saddle chairs for the dining room’s brass-scalloped bar.

Eatery and bakehouse operated by Cameron & Hayley Cansdell.

Saddles has been awarded the most beautiful restaurant in the world by the Conde Nast.

Pretty Beach House

Pretty Beach, NSWwww.prettybeachhouse.com

Upon opening its doors originally in 2009, Pretty Beach House was awarded the Harpers Bazaar ‘Luxury Reborn Award for Experience in Travel’. Pretty Beach House was also listed first on the ‘Hot Hotels of Australia’ list by Conde Nast Traveller USA that same year.

In 2015, the property underwent an extensive renovation. Interior designer Michelle Leslie & builder Matt Blair along with many local artisans and craftspersons, collaborated to create the new Pretty Beach House.

Most recently it was awarded Best Smith Hotel 2015, and was placed in the top 10 best hotels in the world.

Bon Pavilion

Situated on the ground floor of Bonython Tower, The Bon serves Australian and globally influenced cuisine – thoughtful, precise and delicious food in a relaxed and informal setting. 

The interplay of texture, art and furnishings, inspired by the Burnt Australia palette, brings the reality of the surrounding landscape and embraces the restaurant’s place in the heart of the Central Coast. Every detail within the Pavilion has been deeply considered.

Bonython Tower Commercial

Gosford NSW 2250www.bonythontower.com.au

Bonython Tower was completed in 2019 and is still the latest residential and commercial development to be built in the heart of Gosford.

A premium mixed use development with 56 luxury residential and two levels of commercial suites in Gosford City Centre.

The development was a winner of several awards at the 2019 Master Builders Association Newcastle Building Awards.

Bells At Killcare

In 2006, Coast and Country Properties – part of the John Singleton Group, purchased the Bells property and invited Karina and Brian Barry to manage the existing B&B. Together they had a vision to develop Bells as a luxury world-class retreat with an authentic regional restaurant.

They worked with Coast and Country to renovate and develop the property, in a way that would be sympathetic to the natural beauty of the area and to compliment the existing buildings. In June 2016, Karina and Brian purchased the property from Coast & Country and continue to own and operate the business on a daily basis.

The property has now become one of the most recognisable and distinctive boutique hotels in Australia.

Bonython Hub

Paddington, NSW

Tucked away beyond a long leafy pathway, is a property that was the home to the famous Bonython Gallery, and the family of Kym Bonython until the 1970’s.

John Singleton did not hesitate in securing ownership of this unique complex, and later developed the site into corporate suites and a private leafy courtyard café.

The Entertainment Quarter

Moore Park, NSWwww.eqmoorepark.com.au

A collaboration between three Australian icons John Singleton, Gerry Harvey and Mark Carnegie has resulted in the stunning urban oasis the Entertainment Quarter (EQ) in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs. 

This iconic 11 hectare site features entertainment, leisure and retail complete with cinemas, restaurants, bars and retail shops.

Icebergs

Bondi Beach, NSWwww.idrb.com

In 1998 John Singleton and property owner Andrew Griffith embarked on a $10 million redevelopment of the club. 

The project ensured the 100 year old heritage and local essence was honoured and commercial sustainable for years to come.

Set up overlooking the world famous Bondi Beach, the redevelopment of Icebergs included 180 seat restaurant, new change rooms, gymnasium and six specialty retail shops to create destination for locals and international tourist alike. 

Although the lease has been passed on, this assets holds special place in John heart and demonstrates his love for Australian property development.