PROJECT OVERVIEW

Developer Sanad Capital is a Sunshine Coast based, privately owned development and investment company, controlling approximately 25ha of land at 2652 Steve Irwin Way, Glenview, Sunshine Coast, Queensland. 

The development site has 500m of road frontage on the iconic Steve Irwin Way, a major arterial road holding 20,000 vehicles passers by daily.

The project is set to be delivered in two stages:-

Stage 1

  • Actventure Waterpark (a 1ha Waterpark with approved operating hours of 9am - 9pm 7 days a week, boasting 20+ integrated waterslides, swim up bar and food kiosks, ample day beds and cabanas for hire, merchandise store, plus associated play/arcade facilities plus fast food and dine in options to service the Waterpark and Resort)

  • Invigorate Resort – 160 key, 4 star resort targeted to families primarily from the Queensland drive market and interstate

  • Associated Retail to support resort and waterpark patrons, the local catchment and drivers by the site will have access and parking

Stage 2

Will utilise the balance land and will build on the success of the first stage with expanded Tourist Activities & Waterpark. The end products will be setting a new tone with Queensland’s famous parks like Wet n Wild waterpark.

A list of all approvals to date is detailed below:

  • MCU19/0330 – Development Permit for Material Change of Use - Resort Complex (160 Villas) and Tourist Attraction (Water Park)

  • MCU14/0098.04 – Master Plan Approval - Tourist Attraction & Resort Complex

  • OPW17/0209 – Operational Works - Earthworks (being amended)

  • MCU16/0222 - Material Change of - Tourist Attraction - Stage 1 (Water Park)

  • Detailed Design and Building Approvals are underway

Further information on approvals can be obtained by visiting Development.i Sunshine Coast Council

 STAGE 2 HAS COUNCIL   APPROVED MASTERPLAN 

 FOR WATER BASED 

 ACTIVITIES, SURF POOL, 

 RETAIL & ACCOMMODATION 

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