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Coral Cove lifestyle village to feature 500 homes

Coral Cove development
A total of 514 dwellings with the option of RV parking will be located within the Coral Cove development with plans to also incorporate a permanent water feature on the northern portion of the site.

A luxury lifestyle village and relocatable home park has been approved for development in Coral Cove and will include a tavern, cinema, ten pin bowling and hair salon among its features.

Bundaberg Regional Council recently approved the development application, submitted by Insite SJC on behalf of client Coral Cove MHE, for the lifestyle village to be situated at the corner of Back Windermere Road and Coral Cove Drive.

The Material Change of Use documentation outlines that the land will be converted from what was once a hard rock quarry into a luxury lifestyle village.

It will feature water frontage made up of existing topography from the quarry.

A total of 514 dwellings with the option of RV parking will be located within the park with plans to also incorporate a permanent water feature on the northern portion of the site.

The application states the proposed lifestyle resort incorporates community facilities for residents.

“Community facilities are positioned in three primary nodes across the site being – activities, recreation and entertainment nodes,” the application reads.

“Each node overlooks the permanent water and or greenspace and are in line of sight with each other.

“Additionally, the recreational node (clubhouse) is also the key visual focus of the main entry to the village.”

Community facilities in Coral Cove development include:

Recreation
• Reception
• Bar
• Dining (indoor and outdoor)
• Café
• Kitchen
• Games room

Activities
• Gymnasium
• Spa
• Bowls green (8lane)
• Bocce
• 30 metre pool and facilities
• Sauna
• Pickle Ball (4 courts)
• Café

Entertainment
• Tavern
• Cinema
• Hair Salon
• Business Centre
• Resident workshop
• Café
• Ten-pin bowling
• Arts and craft
• Music room
• Virtual golf

The village will be developed over nine stages with Stage 1 encompassing 100 dwellings as well as the main entry from Coral Cove Drive.

4 COMMENTS

4 COMMENTS

  1. If they have approved this development then they will certainly need to improve the two roads that lead in and out of Coral Cove to the city. Sometimes it takes ages just to get onto Elliot Heads Road and now another 500 homes that will have at leas 2 cars per household. good luck getting to work on time.

  2. Just be positive remember positive strokes for positive folks,I think it’s a great attribute for Bundaberg the more well thought out development the better for everyone, more jobs more infrastructure leads to a better lifestyle.

  3. This is exactly what we need the space will reduce demand on our housing & rental markets for other people. It will also add to need to upgrade roads in that area & make additional alternate routes into town & to the new Coles that there building.

    Probably better to upgrade alternate roads/streets & add new ways instead of upgrading Elliot Heads Road to reduce congestion.

  4. I can’t see a reason for a retired person to even come into town with such facilities. You could argue for shopping but even after the new Coles is built the closest supermarkets will remain Wollies & Aldi at Bargara (4KM+ closer). If roads need upgrading to help support it the roads should Back Windermere Road & Hughes Road that lead to the supermarkets at Bargara.

    Maybe it will mean new shops for Coral Cove to add to the list?

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