Only 2 home sites unsold at Noosa Springs
ONLY two home sites remain unclaimed within the remarkable Noosa Springs golf and residential community on Queensland’s spectacular Sunshine Coast.
And agents believe it is only a matter of time before the last block is sold, bringing to fruition a dream that began 25 years ago when Noosa’s Starkey family bought a plot of bushland on the banks of Lake Weyba.
The last home sites are Lot 12 in the Oasis precinct – an 800sq m flat block overlooking the 17th green of Noosa Springs’ championship course - and Lot 17, which commands spectacular views over water, fairways and woodland.
They represent great value in a region where property prices have increased almost 14% in the past 12 months.
Situated only 3km from Hastings St and close to the Noosa national park and the region’s spectacular surf beaches, Noosa Springs is a delightful place for anyone to live. But for a golfer, it represents paradise.
The 18-hole, par 72 golf course is a beautiful layout, its fairways snaking by lakes, ponds and tropical forest, and providing an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities.
It is consistently rated one of the finest courses in Australia, and is so highly regarded that the Australian PGA chooses to host its annual Q School qualifying tournament at Noosa Springs each December.
Residents have preferred access to membership of Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort, allowing them access to these world-class facilities around the clock – only a few minutes away by golf cart.
The clubhouse – designed in the Mediterranean style – is the social hub of the resort, housing Relish restaurant, which serves delicious meals for members and guests.
Nearby is the Spa, providing facilities and treatments to relax the senses and nurture the body, mind and spirit. Close by are the fitness and tennis centres, and the Golf Shop.
Even in July, Noosa’s daytime temperatures are in the mid-20s, with an average eight hours a day of sunshine.
Renowned for its food and wine, Noosa offers restaurant options from casual cafes to fine dining experiences. For those who prefer to dine in, Noosa boasts two of Australia’s best farmers’ markets, showcasing an abundance of fresh, local produce.
Noosa has the cleanest river in south-east Queensland, as befitting a region that puts a high priority on environmental sustainability, and has no high rise buildings, due to local community pressure and council planning action.
More than a third of the region consists of national park, conservation parkland and state forests. Indeed Noosa Springs is surrounded by natural forests and abuts beautiful Lake Weyba.
Surrounded by beach, river, hinterland and national parks, the Noosa region offers an amazing range of activities, adventures, tours or programs in beautiful natural settings – or find somewhere to relax and soak in the surrounds. If you love nature and the outdoors, Noosa is a perfect destination with unspoilt beaches, stunning national parks, excellent fishing, diving and so many other outdoor adventure activities.
Contact Bob Goode (0418 711 319) or Bronwyn Collins (0407 492 824) who will be delighted to arrange an inspection of these properties.