Camping, fishing and outdoor activity giant Anaconda will add to the growing Johanna Boulevard Precinct after a development application was approved.
Bundaberg Regional Council has approved a change application for Material Change of Use for the build, situated over land on Johanna Boulevard and Lillian Crescent.
The change application requested approval to introduce a second stage of development to the already constructed Fantastic Furniture and OMF retail complex.
Following this latest approval, the new stage which will house Anaconda, will be constructed alongside the existing stores.
According to the proposal the Anaconda development will make up the second stage of works and will result in expanding the existing complex to feature three buildings across the subject site for two bulky goods sales showrooms with ancillary features including offices, amenities, staffrooms and receiving areas.
An additional 79 parking spaces will be added bringing the complex’s total number of carparks to 159 across both stages.
Anaconda was founded in November 2004 and provides a one-stop-shop for outdoor adventure and sporting enthusiasts.
There are more than 70 Anaconda stores Australia-wide.
Once constructed, the Bundaberg store will be the 21st Anaconda store in Queensland.