Mystic Tide was a long range expedition-style yacht with a 3000nm nautical range. At home in the world heritage listed marine park, the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, the private charter yacht also ventures further afield to Sydney, the Kimberleys and the exotic nearby South Pacific. The Master Stateroom is complete with a king size bed, study, marble ensuite and private outdoor deck with unobstructed views. Guest Staterooms accommodate six passengers in three rooms, each with marble ensuites with in-room TV’s and BOSE speakers for private relaxation.

Other key areas include the main deck salon featuring maple and burl walnut, the dining salon with formal dining for 8 guests, a bar area for 3 guests and the flybridge with jacuzzi, BBQ grill, wet bar and day lounge.


Mystic Winds was a private air charter business operating out of Bankstown Airport in Sydney and Rutherford Airport in the Hunter region near Newcastle.

The private air charters were available in a state-of-the-art Pilatus PC-12, and then later PC-24 aircrafts, two of the most sought-after business aircrafts available.

Mystic Winds air charters catered to a number of purposes whether it be corporate transfers, mine site crew transfers, small groups travel or leisure flights. A private charter enabled a convenient and efficient way to travel that allowed you the flexibility to be airborne to suit your requirements.


The redevelopment of the Lucky Hotel is an adaptive re-use of a heritage listed building dating back to the 1860s. The hotel is situated in the heart of Newcastle on Hunter Street. The McCloy Group commenced the redevelopment in September 2013 with the complete restoration of the external façade and brand new fit out including a southern American-style barbecue restaurant, central bar, alfresco gaming room, hotel reception and 28 boutique suites across two levels. The redevelopment was completed in August 2014.


Seafaris was the ultimate luxury charter experience and no better example of the do-it-anyway philosophy. McCloy’s was not only closely involved in the yacht’s concept, but also project managed its construction. In 2007, Seafaris won the World Superyacht Award, outshining five other international finalists as the best yacht in its category which stands testimate to the attention to detail McCloy Group puts into every building project.


McCloy Group developed and built the Jewells Tavern and then went on to successfully own and operate as a well-known family restaurant and bar for many years. Situated next door to Jewellstown Plaza on Ntaba Road, McCloy Group created a place for people to come for a great meal, catch up for a drink and gather with family and friends.


Situated in the centre of Charlestown, Newcastle, The Mattara Hotel was bought and redeveloped by the McCloy Group in 2002. The Group transformed the Hotel into a trendy restaurant and bar which included stylish function rooms, and featured large fish tanks holding exotic reef fish.