Bribie Island Home and Land
- New stages now selling!
- 400sqm-1000sqm waterfront, canal front and golf lots
- Brisbane 1 hour, Sunshine Coast 1 hour
Pacific Harbour is a boutique waterfront and golf community located on beautiful Bribie Island that truly offers the best of both worlds.
Featuring over 2,800 canal front, golf and residential land lots with extensive deep water, ocean access and canal system, Pacific Harbour also offers the 18-hole championship golf course at the Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club, and Pacific Harbour Marina Village, which features 150 marina berths as well as restaurants, retail and an entertainment precinct.
Thursday February 01st, 2018
Interstate buyers migrating to Queensland are taking the opportunity to upsize due to the availability of new housing on bigger blocks and greater housing affordability. According to the UDIA 2017 State of the Land Report, the national median lot size for new builds in 2016 was 407sqm, with Sydney at 396 sqm and Melbourne at 400sqm. Bucking that trend, QM Properties’ General Sales Manager Damien Ross said larger lots are proving popular with buyers across its south-east Queensland communities. “In the Moreton Bay region, which topped the list for Queensland’s highest regional internal migration rate in 2015-16, our Sandstone Lakes community at Ningi ... Read more »
Wednesday January 18th, 2017
Pacific Harbour, QM Properties’ flagship development on Bribie Island, has been named number one in realestate.com.au’s list of The Most Popular Land Developments of 2016 for the second year in a row. Located in Banksia Beach, which is also receiving a lot of attention from major news outlets a major real estate hotspot after being named as one of the top ‘boom burbs’ in the latest Hotspotting Price Predictor Index, Pacific Harbour is expected to significantly rise in value. As South East Queensland’s property market continues to boom and available land diminishes, buyers are zeroing in on Pacific Harbour’s affordability, enviable island ... Read more »
Monday April 11th, 2016
The developers of the long-awaited Coomera Quays, the Gold Coast’s newest waterfront residential estate, have received significant interest from buyers being driven by the area’s projected population boom and the resurging demand for coastal suburban living. QM Properties’ much-anticipated new estate will deliver 54 new homes—including 48 with direct water frontage—to the rapidly-expanding Coomera area, where the population is expected to grow from 9,075 residents in 2011 to almost 50,000 by 2026. QM Properties General Sales Manager Damien Ross said the rarity of new canal estates on the Gold Coast was motivating many buyers. “Coomera Quays could be one of the city’s last ... Read more »
Thursday January 07th, 2016
Article sourced from Realestate.com.au Those in search of land in 2015 were chasing the water, with eight out of 10 suburbs in a national list of most popular land developments on the outskirts of Queensland’s coastal centres. The only development in the top 10 outside the sunshine state was Stockland’s established Highlands community, in Melbourne’s northern city fringe suburb Craigieburn. With more than 150 hectares of open parkland, Highlands boasts public space in bucket loads, as well as creeks and conservation corridors bursting with native flora and flora. “The open spaces encourages people to get out of their homes and integrate with others in the community,” Stockland Project Director for Residential ... Read more »
Friday October 23rd, 2015
Master planned communities (MPCs) have enjoyed increasing popularity in Australia since the 1950s. Based on a concept that originated in Los Angeles, MPCs are satellite communities outside of the CBD that are equipped with their own lifestyle amenities, such as shops, schools, restaurants and recreational parklands. Australia’s first MPC was “Castlecrag” in Sydney, designed in 1925 by architect Walter Burley Griffin, who also designed Canberra. Although nearly a century old, Griffin’s concept of a Master Planned Community still resonates with today’s buyers, who value a strong sense of community and access to key lifestyle attributes. Through decades of experience as one of Queensland’s ... Read more »
Monday October 12th, 2015
“Estate covenants are designed to ensure the high standard of our estates and work to protect buyers’ investments,” said QM Properties Covenant’s Manager Carolyn Schofield. Since the era of masterplanned residential estates, the concept of design guidelines or covenants, has grown to be an integral part of the package of modern developments. As one of the larger developers in South-East Queensland, QM Properties ensures that there are quality development guidelines for each of their communities. The QM Properties Covenant Department’s consultants are charged with the responsibility to manage them and more importantly to assist buyers in realising their dream home. Carolyn Schofield, the Covenants Department ... Read more »