718 Good­wood Is­land Road, POA

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This eco-friendly is­land is the ul­ti­mate great Aus­tralian dream. Set on ap­prox­i­mately 306 acres (123.62ha) with 6km of pris­tine wa­ter­front over­look­ing the mighty Clarence River of­fer­ing ex­tended views to Yamba, Iluka and the ever-chang­ing dra­matic moun­tain ranges, it is rare in­deed.

Two qual­ity fully re­stored cot­tages are ready for the new cus­to­dian to move in and take up res­i­dence.

House No. 1 fea­tures two be­d­rooms plus sep­a­rate of­fice,

Cyprus floor­ing and ex­tended decks. House No. 2 also fea­tures two be­d­rooms, Cyprus floor­ing and ex­ten­sive deck­ing, ideal for al fresco en­ter­tain­ing or sim­ply re­lax­ing over­look­ing the tran­quil wa­ters of the Clarence River. The homes are linked by a cov­ered gazebo and fea­ture a pur­pose-built stone bar­be­cue. Lush sub-trop­i­cal gar­dens sur­round it, mak­ing this the ideal set­ting.

An 800m airstrip, wildlife ponds, salt marsh, dam, boat ramp, cat­tle yards, fenced pad­docks and sheds add to the over­all in­fra­struc­ture. It is in­ter­est­ing to note that salt marshes play a key role in en­sur­ing a healthy and pro­duc­tive coastal Aus­tralia. Salt marsh habi­tats re­fer to a mo­saic of coastal ecosys­tems.

The prop­erty cur­rently runs ap­prox­i­mately 30 head of cat­tle, how­ever, can ac­com­mo­date 100 head de­pend­ing on con­di­tions.

There are two wildlife ponds on this prop­erty, one of which has an is­land and is the com­fort­able home to the res­i­dent old grand­fa­ther kan­ga­roo “Her­cules”.

In ad­di­tion there is DA ap­proval for an eco-tourist re­sort, (50 two-bed­room bun­ga­lows, au­di­to­rium, of­fice fa­cil­i­ties, man­ager’s res­i­dence and a 60-seat restau­rant plus park­ing).

As this prop­erty af­fords nine lots in to­tal, there is po­ten­tial for fur­ther fu­ture de­vel­op­ment to sub­di­vide into three sep­a­rate parcels if de­sired (STCA).

Per­fectly lo­cated at the east­ern tip of Good­wood Is­land, which is si­t­u­ated be­tween the main chan­nel of the Clarence River and the river’s north arm near Iluka and Woom­bah, north New South Wales, Aus­tralia.

Credit: Real Es­tate of Dis­tinc­tion

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