Comac and Colliers have been appointed to undertake an international expression of interest campaign for the properties associated with the Ocean Dunes Golf Course on King Island.
The 18-hole course at Ocean Views sits on 115-hectares with a further 75 hectares for another course or residential/tourist accommodation STCA. The permit also includes a major elevated club house built on high ridge with spectacular views of the ocean. The course is close to King Island’s largest town Currie and close to the airport.
The recently renovated King Island Hotel is also being offered as part of the offering together with a desirable parcel of land of 75 ha abutting the Golf Course which would allow for another course to be constructed (STCA).
A planning permit has been issued with the Golf Course that provides for a permanent Clubhouse, 21 motel rooms and 80 accommodation units.
Keen golfer and Comac Investment Sales Manager Mr Paul Mason said “invariably people will compare the Ocean Dunes Golf Course with the neighbouring world rated Cape Wickham Golf Course. My opinion is clear, the Ocean Dunes Golf Course is a superior layout over a more desirable parcel of land”.
Australia professional golfer Paul Gow and TV personality Andrew Daddo travelled to King Island and played golf at Ocean Dunes and Cape Wickham as part of the television program The Golf Show. Both presenters preferred the Ocean Dunes course.
Gow decribed the course as “very Pebble Beach like with a number of world class “signature holes” while Daddo said he “loved it”.
“The golf course is located along an extremely rugged coastline on very undulating dunes giving it a spectacular links feel,” Mr Mason said.
He expects the Ocean Views offering will generate enormous interest from a diverse buyer profile as the properties are unique.
“The opportunity offers buyers an extraordinary circumstance to immediately add value to the investment,” he said.
King Island rapidly becoming an internationally renowned golfing destination with regular flights from Melbourne and Tasmania.
Ocean Dunes Golf Course and the King Island Hotel are being offered as a going concern with expressions of interest closing 6 December 2017.
For more information please contact Paul Mason on 0400 922 390
The course was designed by Graeme Grant, best known for his work at Kingston Heath, Ellerston and Lady Bay in South Australia the course incorporates the rugged sand dune corridors, rock formations and natural vegetation along this 2-kilometre stretch of coastline.