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Bokarina Beach Master Plan Community

New Plans for Bokarina Beach have now been released as part of Stocklands multi-billion dollar Oceanside Project.

The Bokarina Beach Project, located on the eastern side of the Nicklin Way at Bokarina, is the latest part of Stockland’s Oceanside Kawana Master Plan precinct. One of the most visible parcels of land in the area that has yet to be developed, local interest has been speculative in recent years as to what will be the outcome for this key beachfront parcel of land.

Watch this fly-through to experience Oceanside in 3D to appreciate the scale of this significant multi-billion dollar project.

Stockland’s original development application for the Bokarina Beach Project was lodged with the Sunshine Coast Council in March 2011. After extensive consultation with the Council and State Government agencies, Stockland lodged an updated design in December 2014. In early October 2015, Stockland responded to a Council requirement for further information and Council have now commenced their formal assessment of the application.

The vision for the project is to provide an exciting, high quality, mixed-use residential, retail and tourism hub and destination, with public beach access and associated recreational spaces and activities to enjoy. The timing of the construction at Bokarina Beach is dependant on a number of factors including gaining the necessary approvals from the Council.

As part of the application, the Lake Kawana Boulevard/Nicklin Way intersection will be upgraded, providing additional connectivity to the Kawana Health Precinct, future Oceanside Town Centre and to the Sunshine Motorway and Bruce Highway. The plan also includes land for a proposed new surf club, public beach access and extensive parklands and cycle and walking tracks, intermixed with shops including cafes and dining venues.

For further updates stay informed via Stockland’s Oceanside at Birtinya website.

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