Patch of paradise on market

Colliers Cairns has tourism opportunity listed

Rowan Anderson


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Fringed by the reef and enveloped by rainforest - Tropical North Queensland is unique and unrivalled.

With the international borders reopened the opportunity for tourism throughout Port Douglas to return to full capacity is strengthened.

Colliers Cairns is offering an opportunity to be a part of this industry boom with a freehold site – a patch of paradise that could be yours to own.

Nestled only minutes from Port Douglas lies the 5.357Ha site with current development approval for a caravan park.

Located at 6218 Captain Cook Highway the property is one not to be missed as Stacey Quaid of Colliers Cairns told Newsport.

“With the borders now open, there continues to be increasing demand for caravan parks and affordable accommodation. This property is an exciting development opportunity not to be missed.”

With perfect picturesque positioning packaged with current DA approval and great future tourist opportunity the offering presents a unique prospect for a buyer investor.

Along a spectacular scenic coastal drive north of Cairns, Port Douglas attracts an array of national and international travellers due to its famous and picturesque seaside village, the home of Four Mile Beach, Macrossan Streets boutique retail and restaurants, quick access to the world’s largest and most famous reef system, the Great Barrier Reef and the luxuriant tropical green world of the heritage listed Daintree Rainforest.

The past year has seen the total amount of visitors that arrived by plane to the Cairns region increased by 12.5% and those that drove increased by 23.1% which is an encouraging sign for far north Queensland accommodation and tourism providers and shows another benefit for future investors in this tourism mecca.

“Only minutes’ drive to boutique shops, restaurants and access to the heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and Four Mile Beach, this commercial site provides the perfect base location for travellers to set up camp and explore,” said Colliers marketing agent, Stacey Quaid.

The current approval for the caravan park is valid until 2025 and provides 115 accommodation options including 84 van sites, 30 bush camping sites and one caretakers residence as part of the reception area.

This substantial DA site opportunity is for sale by Expression of Interest, closing Thursday 14 July at 4pm.

For more information contact Stacey Quaid on 0418 773 258.

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