Lewis Land Group

Australia’s oldest private property developer, Lewis Land Group was founded by Bernard Lewis in 1957.

We have since developed more than 20,000 residential lots along Australia’s coastline, transforming mangroves into masterpieces, and dreams into reality.

We have not been afraid to explore new ideas, or be the first to market.

In the 1970s, we were amongst the first to offer small lot subdivisions to the home buyer. Vast tracks of land were developed in Endeavour Hills in Melbourne and Campbelltown in Sydney, creating affordable land for thousands of homeowners.

In the 1980s, we were the first to develop waterfront canal and inland island developments. The foresight to create water from dirt resulted in the creation of significant water-based developments across the Gold Coast, such as Paradise Point Keys, Huntington Harbour, Key Biscayne, Grand Canal, Biggera Waters and Runaway Islands. The crown of these was The Sovereign Islands, followed by Ephraim Island.

And in the late 1990s, we were the first to introduce outlet shopping to Australia, delivering value for customers in an open-air environment. Now, these centres are widely recognised as the best in market.

Our communities embrace the natural environment, with a strong heritage and connection to the sky, water and landscape. We explore the way nature impacts our customers, the way it helps to energise or relax, and create spaces that are truly unique.

A truly generational and integrated company, Lewis Land Group’s core businesses of residential, retail and leisure comprise long term projects, creating communities where people can live, work, shop and relax.

Meet the Team

Chief Executive Officer

Chris Calvert

Chief Financial Officer

Matthew McCarron

Head of Major Acquisitions

Alex Thorp

Head of Development

Michael Long

Head of Lewis Leisure

Brad Jenkins

Group Marketing Manager

Michael Latham

Latest News

Harbour Town expands as more premium global and national brands move in

The Lewis Land Group has announced it is embarking on a $35 million master plan upgrade to its outdoor outlet shopping centre, Harbour Town Adelaide.

In a major coup, the centre has also secured leading and iconic US fashion label, Polo Ralph Lauren, along with a line-up of additional premium and international brands.

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