Blacks Beach Cove Estate
Blacks Beach Cove is a sophisticated yet family-oriented estate located within the popular northern beaches area of Mackay. Mackay’s northern beaches have a reputation for stunning coastal vistas and strong property markets. Blacks Beach is no exception and is often used as the benchmark for the area.
You can live out in nature, yet you are so close to the city – literally just 15 minutes drive from the big shopping centres and town centre. Cooling sea breezes, a seemingly endless golden beach, elevated lots boasting 180 -degree views, a short 15 minute drive to commute to the CBD and some of Mackay’s most impressive capital growth, are all reasons why savvy investors are attracted to this lovely seaside suburb.
Premier Vista Estate
Premier Vista has been meticulously master-planned to co-exist with the area’s natural surrounds and beauty. Leafy tree-lined avenues attract native birds, while green spaces and a children’s playground emphasise the sense of community.
Only 15 minutes from the Mackay CBD and just 5 minutes to Bucasia Beach’s parks, sandy ocean beach and boatramp, Premier Vista offers a dream family-friendly location.
Quality residential land this close to Mackay’s beautiful Northern Beaches and the Mackay CBD is increasingly scarce. Premier Vista represents a rare opportunity to secure a spacious homesite in one of Mackay’s most desirable residential addresses.
Schools, a medical centre, a tavern and a gym are within a stone’s throw while the Northern Beaches Central Shopping Centre, located directly opposite, makes grocery shopping all the easier! It’s just another of the many reasons why more people are choosing to call Premier Vista home.
- An exclusive Northern Beaches location
- Just 5 minutes from Bucasia Beach
- Close to parks and boat ramp
- Only 15 minutes from the Mackay CBD
- Opposite Northern Beaches Central Shopping Centre
- Close to schools, convenience stores and medical centre
- Gym and 18-hole
- golf course nearby
Royal Sands Estate
Royal Sands is Mackay’s closest new land estate to the beach, with a five minute stroll to sandy beaches and the nearby boat ramp. But this doesn’t mean city conveniences are far away. Located just 17 kms from the CBD, Royal Sands also enjoys easy access to nearby retail stores, primary and secondary schools, and a golf course. It’s the perfect balance of coastal living with modern lifestyle needs.
A master-planned seaside neighbourhood that integrates beautifully into the natural surrounds. Featuring a vast array of residential allotments with abundant parklands and tree lined streets with cooling sea breezes, It’s easy to see why Royal Sands is a great lifestyle location and only minutes from the booming Mackay Precinct.
Not that nature is ever far away, with this 80ha parcel of coastal land being transformed into a master planned residential community featuring approximately 5ha of landscaped parklands, walkways and streetscapes.
Lying midway between Brisbane and Cairns, the Mackay Region offers biodiversity and natural beauty of world renown. Extending across an area of 90,199km2, the fertile coastal belt is one of Central Queensland’s most magnificent.
Mackay services the region’s significant sugar, coal, horticulture and tourism industries and is proving a magnet for those seeking a peaceful tropical lifestyle.
Starting in the north at the O’Connell River and taking in Alligator Creek to the south, the City encompasses 69 suburbs and a great many beautiful islands including Lindeman Island, Keswick Island, Brampton Island, Carlisle Island, Scawfell Island, St Bees Island and Goldsmith Island.
Major Arterial Roads:
- Bruce Highway
- Peak Downs Highway
- Caneland Central
- Hibiscus Supermarket
- Civic Centre Mackay
- Woolworths and Coles
- Palm Grove Mini Mart
- Mackay Airport
- James Cook University
- Mackay State High School
- Mercy College
- St Patricks Co-Ed College
- Pre Schools & Primary Schools:
- Sunrise Blacks Beach Day Care Centre
- Andergrove Preschool
- Elmo road Primary School
- Bucasia Prep & Primary School
- Mackillop Primary School
Top 10 Queensland hotpots – Mackay
One of Queensland’s strongest regional centres is poised for a market comeback. Mackay, which experienced many years of strong growth during the pre-GFC resources boom, is starting to feel the impacts of the new growth in the mining sector.
Mackay’s proximity to the Bowen Basin mining province and to the Hay Point export facilities (which are set for major expansion) makes it an obvious beneficiary of prosperity in the resources sector. Its economy also benefits from agriculture and tourism.
The Mackay-Isaac-Whitsunday (MIW) region has a population around 180,000, which is projected to rise to 280,000 by 2031. The region will require another 51,000 dwellings, based on those forecasts. Around two-thirds of the new residents will live in Mackay, according to the State Government’s Draft MIW Regional Plan 2011-2031.
Mackay is widely regarded as the gateway to the Bowen Basin coal mining region, which contains the single largest coal reserve in Australia. There are over 30 operational mines in the region which produce about 80% of Queensland’s coal output.
Mackay has become the location of choice for many companies providing services to the mining industry. This is because of its proximity to the mines, major highway and train links, and the coal export terminals at Hay Point. Global enterprises which have established facilities in the Mackay area include Caterpillar and Worley Parsons.