Calypso Bay is ideally positioned in the fast growing Gold Coast-Brisbane corridor. When complete, this master-planned residential development will comprise approximately 1400 luxury homes and 140 apartments and will be home to an estimated 3500 people.
Established facilities include a 100 plus berth state-of-the-art Marina, Harrigan’s Drift Inn Irish Tavern and a limited number of luxury waterfront villas and apartments.
Plans for the development include a shopping village with a supermarket, restaurants, cafe marina and specialty retail shops, a 9 hole dual tee golf course, and the addition of a further 200 berths, bringing the marina to a 300 berth capacity.
Surrounded by a pristine natural environment, the majority of homesites are waterfront, on wider than normal canals, and the average lot size is 800 square metres. Residents enjoy unequalled tranquility with an adjoining 50 hectare habitat reserve, and within the development, a further 50 hectares of parklands, walking paths and open space with the golf course at its centre.
Significantly, Calypso Bay will be one of the first major residential developments on the Gold Coast to be connected to a dual water supply system and every homesite will be equipped to provide recycled water as well as potable drinking water.
One of Calypso Bay’s premier draw cards is direct boating access to The Broadwater and Moreton Bay. There are no bridges or speed limits, so it is only a short cruise to open water and uncrowded natural waterways.
With Surfers Paradise only 30 minutes away and Brisbane just 45 minutes, beaches, shopping, restaurants and entertainment are all within easy reach.
Recent changes in legislation and the Queensland Government’s South East Queensland Regional Plan which severely restrict future land releases means that Calypso Bay is one of the last canal developments likely to be constructed in Queensland.