First Home Buyer Choice makes AURA by Aqualand's luxury offering achievable for first home buyers

18/05/2023 | Aqualand

The NSW Government’s First Home Buyer Choice scheme is making home ownership more accessible for first home buyers by providing the option between paying a smaller annual property tax, instead of stamp duty. If you're an eligible first home buyer and looking for a property up to $1.5 million, the scheme can lower the upfront costs of your purchase and cut two years off the time of saving time for a deposit. This makes purchasing a luxury apartment in AURA by Aqualand as your first home achievable.

Imagine your first home being brand-new and complete with luxury hotel-quality lifestyle amenities in one of Sydney’s most prestigious suburbs! Better yet, North Sydney is also undergoing a rapid transformation with major government infrastructure set to elevate the lifestyle offering and convenience even more, including the future Victoria Cross Station right next door. You’ll be perfectly placed in the heart of it all just four minutes via the metro to Sydney CBD, eight minutes to Chatswood and three minutes to Barangaroo.

Aqualand’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Alex Adams, said the scheme was particularly exciting because it provides first home buyers a choice and helps them secure a long-term investment in the challenging NSW property market.


“This allows first home buyers to secure their very first brand-new home in our latest luxury development, AURA by Aqualand. We’re excited at the prospect of a young individual or couple, or someone who’s been trying to enter the market for a number of years, can now call such an iconic North Sydney development home. The fact that this buyer group can now take advantage of the outstanding amenities on offer, including an onsite concierge service and a vibrant retail offering that will be a standout feature in North Sydney is amazing,” said Alex.


If you would like to discuss the First Home Buyers Scheme with an Aqualand representative, please contact us on 1800 207 778. Alternatively, visit the NSW Government’s website at