“This is prime coastal real estate in a region experiencing population growth and in need of new affordable housing.
Mr Seeney said Austcorp’s master planned, residential community development in Coral Cove had the potential to provide more than 4,300 jobs across the life of the project, and provide up to 670 new housing lots.
“This development will provide a significant boost to the local construction industry over a period of 15 years and make a real difference in an area estimated to need an additional 750 houses per annum in coming years,” he said.
“The coastal strip from Burnett Heads to Elliott Heads is proving to be a popular place to live and I expect the Coral Cove development to tap into that interest.”
“More information about a Ministerial call available at www.dsdip.qld.gov.au/development-applications/ministerial-call-in.html or http://statements.qld.gov.au/Statement/2014/10/18/common-sense-quarry-decision-for-bundaberg
I feel very privileged to be working with overseas investors who have targeted not only Australia over several other beautiful countries in the world to buy as the destination for their new holiday homes, but our region itself!
You could say I am a little bias calling picturesque Moore Park Beach home, but I feel confident in saying, we are definitely the “Coast With The Most!”
So what is it that seems to allure adventurous Europeans & other nationalities to call Bundaberg’s Coral Isle home away from home?
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I can’t help feeling here in mighty Bundaberg hub of the Coral Isle, we are 10 – 15 years behind Townsville. I spent many years in Townsville growing up & the first thing that attracted me to the Coral Coast in particular the Bundaberg Region, was how much it reminded me of Townsville as a child. It really was like stepping back in time. Have a look at how far Townsville has come today. I truly believe you will see the same progression in and around Bundaberg. Lets compare: Continue reading Is Bundaberg The Next Townsville?