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Sea Breeze Estate

Sea Breeze Estate

Sea Breeze is a boutique 16 new home sites flanked by tranquil natural treescape. It's an exclusive sanctuary where you can escape, simply by being at home. Sea Breeze offers a variety of lots that allow families to grow with nature and embrace the best of community life. Home sites in the Sea Breeze estate range from 361m2 to 719m2 and are located on the doorstep of Caloundra South - the Coast's newest and most vibrant future city.

Sea Breeze is located in Caloundra with easy access to the surrounding region and the Bruce Highway. It has all the elements you need for a healthy and active lifestyle close to the very best the Sunshine Coast has to offer.

10 minutes to Caloundra CBD, with cafes, restaurants and shops
10 minutes to Sunshine Coast beaches
Future walking and cycle paths will connect to Caloundra South Town Centre's retail, commercial and educational facilities
5 minutes to Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre
Caloundra Aquatic Lifestyle Centre is close by
Leading education, health and employment opportunities are just minutes away

Sea Breeze Estate Location

Sea Breeze Estate Location


Price List & Lot Sizes

Lot 1 - 361 Sqm - $300,000

Lot 2 - 361 Sqm - $300,000

Lot 3 - 361 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 4 - 367 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 5 - 1023 Sqm -  SOLD 

Lot 6 - 477 Sqm - $300,000 

Lot 7 - 476 Sqm - $300,000

Lot 8 - 476 - $300,000 

Lot 9 - 476 Sqm $300,000 

Lot 10 - 719 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 11 - 705 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 12 477 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 13 - 486 Sqm - $300,000 

Lot 14 - 507 Sqm - $300,000

Lot 15 - 451 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 16 - 400 Sqm - SOLD

Lot 17 - 400 Sqm - $300,000 

Price list updated on 24th Novemebr  2019. Please check with agent at time of enquiry for accuracy


Discloure Plans

Discloure Plans

Please select the links below to see more information regarding the building envelople and each individual lots disclosure.


House and Land Package

House and Land Package

The Sunshine Coast Market


The Sunshine Coast market conditions are flourishing at the moment, with sales activity growing steadily across most parts of the region for the quarter. The strength of buyer activity varies according to the position, property type and price bracket, however confidence in the market overall remains buoyant. The growth in sales activity and residential property prices is at sustainable levels, with buyer demand at healthy levels.

Local agents also feel that there is a good balance between levels of supply and demand. Even with the stronger market conditions local agents report that vendors do still need to correctly market their properties in order to create strong buyer interest and achieve a good sales result. Investor numbers aren’t growing significantly, which is surprising considering the tight rental market and healthy rental returns on offer. It’s likely the tightening of banking lending criteria may have something to do with the low level of investor activity.

The Sunshine Coast population is growing, attracting new residents from interstate and overseas and local agents believe the outlook for the region is very positive. The region is going from strength to strength with a multitude of developments, both infrastructure and property, prividing a boost to local employment.


Over the September quarter the Sunshine Coast statistical division (SD) continued on its trajectory of growth with sales activity up five per cent. This increase was largely seen in the Sunshine Coast council area while Noosa recorded a slight fall. Property price growth has been consistent, with the prestige end also achieving positive results.

Over the September quarter, the highest increase in buyer activity was recorded in the $500,000-plus price point. The median house price however remained relatively stable over the quarter with a lift in sales in the sub- $350,000 price point also recorded. Well-presented and well-priced properties are selling quickly. However, vendors who are choosing to test the market and not present their property to its potential are seeing their property spend longer days on market.


The unit market performed strongly with solid interest reported in lower-level units and townhouse complexes. Those with low body corporate fees are also said to be of a main priority for many buyers in this segment of the market. Noosa preliminary sales increase 23 per cent while the Sunshine Coast (SD) preliminary sales numbers increased just two per cent.

Average days on market and average vendor discounting rates remained relatively unchanged over the year. With increased listings, these figures indicated that buyer demand in the unit market remained healthy.


At the end of September, the REIQ residential rental survey found rental conditions on the Sunshine Coast were very tight. The Sunshine Coast SD vacancy rate tightened further to 1.3 per cent with the Noosa council area and Caloundra coastal area recording the tightest vacancy in the state with 0.9 per cent.

According to local agents, it is common for new residents to rent before they buy when they first move to the region, which provides the rental market with a steady influx of new tenants. Investors are not present in the market in significant numbers and this hampers the supply of rental stock to the market. Local agents also reported a pick-up in tenant enquiry for executive and prestige level rentals, a sector that hadn’t been strong before now

. Although vacancy levels have been below two per cent for some time now, median rents have not yet significantly increased. As a result, gross rental yields have also remained steady at 4.4 and 4.9 per cent for houses and units respectively over the quarter


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Big News For The Sunshine Coast

There is so much happening on the Sunshine Coast right now, the region continues to go from strength to strength with a multitude of developments, both infrastructure and property, providing a boost to local employment opportunities, population growth, tourism and business confidence.

However, the 4 key projects below have been identified in a recent report from CBRE predicting that these projects will produce a significant boost to local market conditions as they evolve. Contact us for a full version of the report.

1. The Sunshine Coast University Public Hospital and Kawana Health Campus

Scheduled for completion in the final quarter of 2016.

The hospital will open with about 450 beds, growing to approx 738 beds by 2021.

Being built as part of the 20 hectare Kawana Health Campus which will incorporate the hospital’s Skills, Academic and Research Centre (SARC), the co-located Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital and opportunities for further commercial developments within the health sector.

2. The Maroochydore Principal Development Area

The Maroochydore City Centre Priority Development Area (PDA) is intended to create a new central business district for the region. 

It covers approximately 62 hectares in central Maroochydore, across land owned by Sunshine Coast Regional Council (including the Horton Park Golf Club site) and land in Dalton Drive.

Around 53 hectares will be available for development over a 20-year timespan, 40% of which will be dedicated to open space and waterways.

3. Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion 

Should the development go ahead, the $347 million expansion will boost both the construction and tourism sectors on the Coast.

The development is intended to include an expanded runway to increase passenger capacity.

Expansion plans have also been given a boost by the Qantas commitment to direct flights to and from Sydney.  This started this week, with 6.30am departures and return flights at 6.15pm for Coast commuters and tourists six days a week. 

4. Caloundra South

This master planned development, “Aura the City of Colour”, will become a vibrant community which will also deliver over 20,000 new homes to one of Australia’s most sought-after regions.

A long term 25-30 year project which will impact positively on job creation and ensure our property market stays healthy and in demand. 

Stockland predicts that over the next 30 years this city will become home to more than 50,000 people and accommodate a third of the region’s retail, commercial and industrial development. 

All this infrastructure and investment in our region will confidently impact on job creation and will ensure our property market stays healthy and in demand.  On top of that, we have a wonderful climate and it’s a fantastic place to live, so it’s hard to foresee a time when property here won’t be in demand!