A Story Like No Other: “It’s all happening in the Sunshine Coast”
Sunshine Coast is abuzz like no other, and it is all happening with a new CBD, $5 billion housing development, new airport runway, and much more
The Sunshine Coast encompasses beach resorts, surf spots and rural hinterland in southern Queensland, a true haven for families young and old. It stretches from the coastal city of Caloundra near Brisbane, north to Noosa and on to Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park. It is home to multi-coloured sand dunes, mangrove forests, shallow lakes and an extensive network of walking trails through Noosa National Park.
The Sunny Coast is an area that is still delivering extremely strong returns, very low vacancy (around 1.1%) and continues to show great capital growth. Take the top end of the Sunshine Coast, Noosa Shire, with a population cap of 63,500 with its cosmopolitan atmosphere and shortage of new developments due to 80% of the land between Caboolture (Brisbane North) and Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, is either national parks or DPI (Depart of Primer Industry) 7,700 hectares to be specific. Some of the best beaches on the Sunshine Coast include:
> Noosa Beach > Mooloolaba Beach > Coolum Beach > Kings Beach > Mudjimba Beach just as a starting point:
Nothing like a booming economy to support price growth
A new CBD, being built from scratch on a 53-hectare greenfield site, is at the heart of this growth, providing a centre for the Sunshine Coast’s growing economic hub and job opportunities while helping to fuel residential price rises across the region.
A new north-west/south-east runway and associated infrastructure are being built at the existing Sunshine Coast Airport, in Marcoola, which means greater accessibility and more opportunities for work, tourism and exporting businesses.
A $5 billion housing development adds merit to the region’s growth as it all comes together.
Recently completed $2 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital and its broader $5 billion health precinct.
Get our free report revealing the Sunshine Coast economic growth rate of more than 4% per year over the past 15 years – well above national averages – and the region’s $17.7 billion economy is expected to expand to $33 billion by 2033.
Learn how the population growth will lead to more demand for property and that in turn translates to increased values.
There is more growth happening in this region than in almost any other region in the country.
The list of Sunshine Coast Region suburbs with a total of 141 suburbs including a range of, localities, towns and rural districts in South East Queensland.
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