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Some outstanding features are
3 BEDROOMS ALL WITH BUILT IN ROBES
3 BAY SHED, 2 BAY LOCK UP GARAGE, 1 BAY CARPORT
2 BAY STABLE AND ENCLOSURE
PORCH MAIN ENTRY, LARGE COVERED ENTERTAINING TO THE REAR
IN-GROUND POOL WITH LANDSCAPED TROPICAL LANDSCAPING
COOL BREEZY HOME, AIR CONDITIONED ON THE RARE OCCASION NEEDED
SECURITY SCREENS THROUGHOUT AND FANS
ALL FENCED AND ESTABLISHED TREES/ GARDEN
ALL THE HARD WORK HAS BEEN DONE, JUST MOVE IN
2.5 KW SOLAR SYSTEM IN PLACE
GREAT QUIET LOCATION AND FLOOD FREE
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Saturday, April 06, 2019
North Queensland Country Club and Equestrian Centre a coordinated project
Queensland's Coordinator-General has today declared the North Queensland Country Club Resort and Equestrian Centre a coordinated project.
Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the independent Coordinator-General will now commence an environmental impact assessment on a possible $1 billion country club resort and equestrian centre at Toolakea Beach, 30 kilometres north-west of Townsville.
"This important project has the potential to create an average of 300 direct full-time equivalent jobs each year over its 20-to-25-year construction phase," Mr Dick said.
"Once the resort is complete, the proponent Landmark Projects estimates it will support 3750 direct full-time equivalent operational jobs and inject more than $360 million of tourism spending each year in the Townsville region.
"Subject to approvals, construction of Stage 1 could start in 2022 and the resort could commence taking guests two years later.
"The proponent estimates the resort will take up to 240,000 visitors per year based on its 560 rooms in Stage 1."
Member for Townsville Scott Stewart welcomed the declaration by the Coordinator-General as a win for job-creation and economic development in the region.
"As well as jobs in construction and operation, there is also potential to grow local, regional and international tourism including increased flight connections," Mr Stewart said.
"The equestrian centre will include world-class indoor and outdoor training arenas, training yards, horse stabling, veterinarian services and cross-country trails, with beach-front access to Halifax Bay and an ability to host international events such as polo matches, show jumping and rodeo events.
"The proponent has advised the majority of the site would be retained as open space, including sport and recreation areas, a range of coastal environments, creeks and waterways and vegetation communities."