Your Own Personal Tropical Island Getaway

BURE 15, Palm Bay Resort, Long Island Whitsundays
Brad Sobott
0411 236 507
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Life gets so busy, work is demanding and you need to get away and refresh from time to time. Well, the reset button does not exist any better than having your own personal Bure (bungalow) on a tropical island where 2 people can sleep, relax, and enjoy all the beaches and facilities the resort has to offer. Located only 15 mins via a friendly boat transfer from Shute Harbour (Airlie Beach) in the Whitsundays which is also the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef with the most amazing turquoise blue waters you can imagine. Positioned amongst gorgeous and lush tropical gardens that are all maintained for you, fully furnished with bed, lounge, minibar fridge, bathroom, front covered verandah, and most importantly a hammock to make you feel like you’re a million miles away. Then when it’s time for a refreshing drink or a meal, enjoy the main pavilion that is less than 50m away, or relax by the resort pool and read a book.

This is the ultimate in true island living where it is your personal escape but also a lucrative investment where the resort management will holiday-let the Bure on your behalf to guests throughout the year. For the price of a super affordable unit in regional Brisbane, this piece of paradise could be life-changing with reasonable strata costs but no council charges because it is an island. This incredible investment needs to be seen to be believed.

Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef & the crystal clear waters, only fifteen minutes via boat transfer from Shute Harbour, Airlie Beach. The ultimate island escape and a piece of paradise that is unique to anywhere else and makes a lucrative investment on a different level.

ADDRESS: BURE 15, Palm Bay Resort, Long Island Whitsundays

AUCTION: Tuesday 28th March At 6pm, TAYLORS Office 98 Shute Harbour Rd, C’Vale

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