Pacific Link Housing isa product of the merger of two small organisations (Mid Hunter Housing in Maitland and Gosford Woy Woy Rental Housing Association) and the work of former CEO Sheila Astolfi, who sadly passed in 2010. She worked tirelessly for over 20 years to make the Central Coast Community a better place, and to improve the lives of those marginalised by economic inequality and housing stress.

Pacific Link Housing was founding member of the NSW Federation of Housing Associations, and was registered as a public benevolent institution in July 1996.  The appointment of a skill-based board and experienced management team has been of benefit in recent years, with Pacific Link Housing now recognised through awards for innovation, housing projects, tenant programs and individual management excellence.



NSW Federation of Housing Associations

– Excellence in Customer Service

– Housing Provider of The Year

Gosford Chamber of Commerce

– Employer of Choice

– Excellence in Innovation

– Business Leader

– Business of the Year

– PowerHousing Australia

– Excellence in Tenant Engagement and Social Inclusion


PowerHousing Australia

– Outstanding Achievement Special Award


Australasian Housing Institute

NSW Leading Housing Project Award

NSW Leading Tenant Engagement Practice

NSW Leading Innovation Award

National Leading Tenant Engagement Practice.


Gosford (476 dwellings)
Wyong (190 dwellings)
Maitland (89 dwellings)
Lake Macquarie (86 dwellings)
Newcastle (70 dwellings)
Port Stephens (68 dwellings)
Cessnock (54 dwellings)

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