Are you tired of all the hustle and bustle of the city? Maybe you have loud, obnoxious neighbours who party late into the night? Or
Buying real estate in the Whitsundays is truly the fastest way to experiencing a better life, where you’ll be able to enjoy a lifestyle that most people can only dream about. For a start, being in close proximity to a startling array of natural wonders is a daily treat.As a Whitsunday resident, you’ll have easy access to:
- • World class snorkeling and diving
• Wildlife that includes Osprey eagles, turtles, dolphins and migrating Humpback whales
• Lush rain-forest wilderness
• Fishing so good you’ll be dining on seafood all year round!
With a population of 40,000 residents and further strong growth anticipated over the next decade, the Whitsundays has all of the dining, shopping, health and educational services you’d expect in a thriving modern community. Getting away from the hustle and bustle doesn’t mean going without big city services, such as a diverse mix of cafes and restaurants, major big brand retailers like Coles, Woolworths and Harvey Norman, as well as all the other everyday services like schools, childcare and medical facilities.
With an average of 300 sunny days per year, it is no exaggeration to say that your Whitsundays property will be your own piece of paradise.
Queensland’s current population of over 4 million enjoy living in a place unlike anywhere else. In the past 15 years, Queensland has become Australia’s fastest growing economy with its reputation as the ‘Smart State.’
The Whitsundays and Airlie Beach is a growing community, and was recently nominated as Australia’s third most popular holiday destination in Australia.
The appeal of the Whitsundays is driven by its warm climate all year round, the friendly and relaxed atmosphere, its magnificent islands such as the Hamiltion and Hayman Islands, as well as the world renown Whitehaven Beach.
The region is serviced by daily flights to Proserpine and Hamilton Island, and the state government has also pledged $4 million to upgrade the local airports, catering for the future growth in tourism.
Approximately 700,000 tourists visit the Whitsundays annually.
Mining is a key driver of the Queensland economy and the majority of mining in the state is located in the Bowen Basin, immediately inland from the Whitsundays. The Bowen Basin produces 83% of Queensland’s coal production, covers over 60,000km2 and generates more than 100 million tonnes of coal annually.
A further $2 billion investment in infrastructure and development has been identified in the Whitsundays, putting it in an enviable position for future growth.