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JUSTIN JAMES - BISOUS ESTATE  (Directeur General of Bisous Estate)

Justin has over 20 years’ experience in developing retail/commercial buildings and marinas.  In 2001 he founded Sydney Boathouse and in 2012 he was appointed the CEO of Sydney Superyacht Marina, which was a position he held for 4 years.  To provide some context, The Sydney Boathouse (Sydney's largest dry boat storage facility) holding 670 boats up to 12m in length plus waterfront retail and commercial space and Sydney Superyacht Marina (Australia's largest Superyacht Marina) provides for over 3300m2 of retail/commercial space, a 6-storey car park and a marina for 79 Superyachts up to 70m in length.  In 2008, Justin also founded Automated Marine Technologies, which is a leading materials handling integration company that designs, installs and operates automated boat and car storage systems for the marine industry.

With his passion for the development of retail and commercial buildings, and after building one of Sydney’s largest waterfront event venues at Sydney Superyacht Marina, Justin sought out and founded Bisous Estate to deliver an all-in-one function centres, cultural centre, accommodation and cellar door. 

Alongside his professional pursuits, Justin James also held positions as both Chairman and a long standing committee member for Young Variety – The Children’s charity.

Justin has long supported local Singleton and Cessnock business.  Justin is also a committee member of Cessnock Tennis Club.  Additionally Bisous Estate and the Tennis Australia owned Tennis World, have come together to co-own and manage 2 first grade tennis teams in Sydney, in order to promote elite tennis within the NSW tennis community.  


Bisous Estate and the Wonnarua people are working closely together to promote indigenous tourism for the local area.  This will be done through the Cultural Centre which is adjacent to the Cellar Door and will be used as a base for the local community to promote and educate the community about our first nation.

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