Creating a feeling of spaciousness around the development, over half the 71 hectare site is preserved as parks and natural coastal wetlands with 15,000 hectares of protected state forest beyond its borders. The neighbourhood is ribboned with 10km timber boardwalks, cycleways and natural rainforest, nestled in an idyllic setting amidst mountains and the scenic Sapphire beach, with homes leading down to the surf.
The region was historically known for its timber production and exportation until banana farming and distribution skyrocketed and became the main source of trade. Today, besides tourism the area is best known for blueberry farming.
Developed with families in mind, North Sapphire Beach features an onsite café and large park which nurture a genuine sense of community. Once complete, the neighbourhood will total 231 home sites, with generous blocks of land that range from 500 – 1,300sqm.
Synonymous with the traditional Australian lifestyle, the expanse of golden beaches, fishing, water sports, equine facilities, local Bonville Golf Resort and various growers markets are what attract people to North Sapphire Beach.
The nearby town of Coffs Harbour is only 10 minutes down the road. A major retail and business centre, the town offers a wide-range of shopping, dining, entertainment and pioneering facilities such as the $80m Base Hospital, Baringa Private Hospital, the National Marine Science Centre and CH Regional Conservatorium.
- 71 hectares
- 231 blocks of land
- Park, outdoors areas and boardwalks
- Direct access to Sapphire beach
- Beachstone café