‘Beach Estate’ – First in 15 years for Port Douglas

May 2021

It’s been 15 years since Port Douglas has last seen a prestige land release, and Seymour Group made sure to do it justice.

Beach Estate has been raised by up to a metre and extensively landscaped with over 25 new trees and an abundance of shrubbery planted. It also features a high-class cobblestone driveway flanked by mature palms and brass and stone entrance statement.

Douglas Shire Council’s Mayor Kerr was invited to ‘cut the ribbon’ and officially open the estate this week.

“It gives everyone confidence that people want to spend money here, they want to build here, and the more ratepayers we have in the Shire the better, especially this close to Port Douglas," he said.

“A lot of the land at the moment is outside of the boundaries of Port Douglas but having a site like this in Port Douglas, and a good quality estate as well, is absolutely an asset for the Shire.

Daniel Farquhar from Seymour Group said he was really pleased with the team effort and thinks the results speak for themselves.

“With winter around the corner, demand is really picking up. You just can’t find vacant land in Port Douglas – particularly without body corporates!”

“It’s really great to see Port Douglas firing. It’s busy – restaurants are booking out midweek!”

4 of the 15 lots are already spoken for, although that will change quickly as there is talk of buyers amalgamating lots.

Beach Estate is just 80 metres from Four Mile Beach and the 4 largest lots have their own individual stone stair beach access.

Lots range in price from $455k to $1.4m

Port Douglas is now setting up for a new wave of growth. In anticipation of borders opening and international tourism returning there are at least two more major developments in the pipeline with Gurner’s $60m luxury resort and the 252 room Fairmont resort.


‘Beach Estate’ – First in 15 years for Port Douglas