The first dedicated marina for the Sunshine Coast in many decades is now officially underway at Pelican Waters.
Over the coming months, the floating wet berths will begin to take shape for the future mooring of up to 126 vessels, with provisions now available for boats up to 15 metres.
Associated landward works will commence as soon as Pelican Waters moves closer to finalising contracts. This will transform the precinct with a new 160 boat dry-stacker, boatyard, supporting marine-industry businesses and café.
Connecting the community has always been a major priority at Pelican Waters. The latest example of this is now evident with piers rising up on the new pedestrian bridge linking the southern reaches of Pelican Waters with the island precinct, offering walkers, joggers, riders and skaters access to the marina and Central Park with its multitude of new and emerging recreational facilities.
Works are also underway on a vehicular bridge connecting the island to the western and golf course precincts via Mahogany and New Holland Drives. It is expected that pylons will start being erected for this project in mid-2022, with final completion date tipped for around the middle of 2023.
There is also the upcoming marina dining, retail and shopping village with an expected completion date during 2022. Henzells’ commercial property experts, Paul Bell and Andrew Douglas are busy securing the right businesses to fit what will become a premium waterfront retail and lifestyle hub, complete with medical offices, adjacent the marina.
A craft brewery, gym and pilates studio, and independent grocer are all in the mix for the highly-anticipated lifestyle precinct, so stay tuned for future updates. Click here to check out the available leasing opportunities.
Another major focus at Pelican Waters is the upcoming land release on the island, to be known as Castaways Pocket.
This release, earmarked for March next year, will offer something for everyone featuring 37 lots in total including 9 premium waterfront homesites, 8 exciting new terrace home designs overlooking the park, and a wide selection of dry lots close to the water and Central Park. The lots will range in size from low maintenance 399sqm sites up to large waterfront sites of 900sqm-plus, with pricing yet to be finalised.
Given the demand for quality land and the success of previous releases, the advice to prospective buyers would be to register you interest in order to get first options once the new land is available. For further information, contact our office on 07 5491 2000.
In a major milestone for the southern Sunshine Coast, Queensland residential aged care specialists, Rockpool, have announced they have received official council approval to proceed with their state-of-the-art Pelican Waters development.
The $44 million project is aimed at reshaping the community’s perception of aged care. The facility will accommodate 150 residents split into small 15-resident communities over its six-storey design. The ground floor will encompass dining, café and hair salon facilities, theatre, function and consulting rooms, wellness area and speciality health services.
After more than 30 years of shaping Pelican Waters into one of Queensland’s premier coastal communities to live, work and play, the development is about to enter its final stage.
Pelican Waters recently lodged to council an application to develop “Stage 5”, the last remaining land within the estate. All going to plan, works will commence in the first half of 2022 with the project comprising 300 lots being rolled out over a two-to-three-year period.
Located on the western side of the island, the precinct will include an extension of Spitfire Banks Drive along a new bridge and development of the final hectare of Central Park to include a cricket field, fitness facility and exciting new play equipment.
A wide selection of homesites will be available including exclusive waterfronts, walkable foreshores, dry lots and terrace product.