The Sunshine Coast has a $17.7 billion economy, making it one of the largest regional economies in Australia. It has achieved a growth rate of more than 4% per year over the past 15 years, well above national averages. The Sunshine Coast is in the Top 10 leading regions in the country for employment generation, adding more than 20,000 jobs over five years. The Sunshine Coast economy has diversified and strengthened. This has been achieved through proactive action from the Sunshine Coast Council and through extensive spending on major new infrastructure.
Tide is adorned by it's verdant greenery, this private enclave is a place of tranquillity, with the eclectic lifestyle and seaside culture of Maroochydore within easy reach. Having every option for pleasure and business on your doorstep, Tide Residences Maroochydore is the ideal address to experience the balanced lifestyle you’ve been longing for.
Buderim boasts a tranquil and relaxed ambience within close proximity to dining, shopping, hinterland towns and the Coast’s beautiful beaches at your fingertips. Trinity is within walking distance to the University of the Sunshine Coast and thr ee highly regarded schools. This exciting development is located amongst some of the Coasts thriving infrastructure upgrades including the multi-million dollar Sunshine Coast Health Precinct, Sippy Downs Town Centre, the Maroochydore CBD and easily accessible transport links. Trinity is set to offer limited sophistication in a premium location.
Camelot Court, is perfectly situated, in easy reach of prime suburban centres, fabulous beaches, the Maroochy River, major public and future private schools, world class golf course and a myriad of exceptional entertainment and recreation facilities, making properties in this area perfect for employment and investment opportunities
Here in Queensland we are in the midst of an exciting period of change and growth. Throughout the state we are seeing innovative new industries emerge, the delivery of exciting urban renewal precincts and more and more people choosing to call Queensland home. Currently, South East Queensland is home to 3,178,030 people, around two-thirds of the State’s total population; and continues to be one of Australia’s fastest growing metropolitan regions