Famous for its scenery and pristine beaches, the East Coast of Tasmania is the place where Tasmanians take their holidays. Just south of the world renowned Bay of Fires is a 94.4 hectare (234 acre) parcel of undulating land with coastal reserve frontage and access to Peron Dunes and the untouched and spectacular Marouard Beach. Offering views of almost 360 degrees over the Pacific Ocean, St Helens Island and Georges Bay, the peace and tranquillity will wash over you as you wander around this beautiful and spectacular piece of paradise. It is a very rare event when we have the chance to offer such a large piece of land in such a special location. Electricity, telephone and town water are close to the property and it adjoins the Aerodrome which gives easy access to interstate and overseas visitors. Putty and Rabbit sand is being mined commercially on the property with a 6ha lease in place. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure such a sizeable oceanfront property. You can develop the property as a resort or even tap into the developing golf tourism market (STCA) .
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