Lake Macquarie History

Enterprise Way

Enterprise Way was built by the Housing Commission in 1984. Enterprise Way connects with a number of streets in Woodrising, which were also named during a trend of naming streets in the area after boats, which competed in early America's Cup races. Enterprise won the 1930 Americas Cup defeating Thomas Lipton, the tea magnates' challenge. This street gives Bolton Point residents' access to Woodrising Shopping Centre.

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