Golden Town Houses In Golden Beach!!!

Golden Beach Queensland

These three town houses are truly sitting in the golden spot. with absolutely stunning beaches just on your door step it is the perfect place to either raise a family or invest into.

Hugging the shores of the Pumicestone Passage, Golden beach is perfect for boating, fishing and swimming in calmer waters than Caloundra’s nearby surf beaches.

A coastal path winds its way to central Caloundra, passing shady barbecue areas close to playgrounds that will keep the children occupied for hours. Boaties will find some excellent boat ramp facilities to launch their craft.

Golden Beach

The 90 Mile Beach extends in both directions along the coast as far as the eye can see. It features pristine golden sands bordered by dunes and coastal vegetation. The main access point to the beach is from the park located on Shoreline Drive, just south of Surf Edge Drive. This park has a large grassed area with BBQ and picnic shelters. A pathway leads from the park to a viewing platform which provides panoramic views along the coast. Steps from the viewing platform lead directly down to the beach below.

Golden Beach

A great feature of Golden Beach are the numerous foreshore camping areas which are located along Shoreline Drive. Direct access to the beach via pathways across the sand dunes is provided from these camping areas.

On the beach, around 6½ kilometres south-west of the Golden Beach town centre, is the Trinculo wreck. In 1879, a gale caused this cargo sailing ship to strike a sandbar just off the coast, forcing it ashore. The remains of this vessel can still be seen on the beach today. To visit the wreck, drive to the signposted car park on Shoreline Drive and then follow the shady track through the coastal vegetation and across the sand dunes to the beach where the wreck is.

Golden Beach

Following Shoreline Drive north-east of Golden Beach leads to Paradise Beach which is a beach front residential community with a large collection of holiday homes. At the far end of Paradise Beach is the entrance to the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, located on Pines Track. A steep walking track near this entrance ascends a large sand dune which offers good views across Lake Reeve from its summit.

These three town houses are perfect and will go fast. So contact Chris on 0434449455 or drop us a enquiry down below and let us help you ride the wave to wealth.

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