Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)


Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)


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Formerly known for its pineapples and timber, Beerwah is now know to the world as the home of Australia Zoo.

Situated a short 20 minute drive from the south-west of Caloundra, this hinterland hub is known for its affordable living on the doorstep of the Sunshine Coast, within an easy commute to Brisbane.

Perfectly situated just off the Bruce Highway and near the railway line, this township proves to be a perfect fit for those who are wanting to travel to and from Brisbane on the train. With direct access to the city of Brisbane, this suburb continues to thrive following the 1985 highway bypass.

The busy train station provides a vital service for commuters traveling to the northern suburbs or the CBD. Passer-by's believe that Beerwah is the start of the meandering country road along the 'back way' to Kilcoy and onto the Darling Downs.

What started out as the Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park in 1970, the Australia Zoo has become a world famous tourist attraction that attracts tourists to the Sunshine Coast all year round. Located an hour north of Brisbane, Australia Zoo is known for its passionate conservationists working to deliver an animal experience not to forget. With a known vision to make Australia Zoo the biggest and best wildlife conservation facility, there really is no place like the Australia Zoo.

Quickly gaining residential appeal as local property development grew, residents once seek property in Beerwah because of the A' acre blocks.

Stockland's development of Woodgrove Estate about nine years ago, created a residential rush with young families seeking value for their hard earned money they have saved.

However developers have taken into consideration of the modern day buyer, therefore selling lot sizes a lot smaller. Not only is a hit with the locals, but Beerwah also a hot spot with FIFO residents.

Among the new developments taking place in Pineview Estate, this new subdivision is the closest residential estate to town and within walking distance to the train station. …

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