119 Daw Drive BANDY CREEK WA 6450

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119 Daw Drive

Create A Truly Unique Caravan Park That Stands Out From The Rest!

Spectacular scenery, an increasingly popular visitor destination, including a passenger ship stop, and unparalleled quality of life in one of Australia's most pristine coastal escapes - discover a truly versatile and unique development opportunity in Esperance.
Situated within walking distance to stunning Bandy Creek Harbour, this 5.33ha southern coast site just 6.1km from the Esperance town centre boasts phenomenal tourism potential, including a caravan park, bed and breakfast, holiday cottages, hotel and restaurant, or serviced apartments, to name a few - all near Lucky Bay, recently voted as one of the world's best beaches.
People from all over the world visit the unique Esperance region for its pristine white sandy bays, crystal clear waters, and its 3900 square kilometres of islands - sanctuaries for a host of native species and wildflowers. The region also enjoys a Mediterranean-style climate, making this landholding perfectly positioned to make the most of an area poised to become even more popular as the tourism boom takes hold.

Fringed by the Esperance Deep Sea Angling Club, the oceanside Summy's Park, the delicious delights of must-visit Lucky Bay Brewery, and Bandy Creek Boat Harbour, this is an investment and/or lifestyle opportunity that cannot be missed.
Esperance was ranked number 12 in the International Tourism Sentiment Index's 2023 edition of Leading Places: The 100 Most Loved Destinations Around the World. These accolades speak to the incredible natural beauty and appeal of the area. With twice daily commercial flights between Perth Airport, this Great Southern Ocean destination combines a sense of peaceful isolation while also providing every amenity and service-based offering for residents and tourists alike.
Imagine a destination where fishing, hiking, four-wheel driving, island tours, sumptuous local fare, beach swimming, wild landscapes and Lucky Bay's sand-happy kangaroos are all on its doorstep; a rare slice of a special part of the world known for encouraging new visitor experiences, such as a port stop for passenger ships and tourist buses.

In the greater area, there is more than 400,000ha of surrounding land producing meat, wool and grain, and a local economy based on agriculture, mining support, tourism, the service industry, commercial fishing, and a large deep-water port.

With virtually unrestricted development potential, some of which has already been approved, your development could be underway in a matter of months. Power and water are adjacent to the property, and there is a boat ramp and parking facilities.

To secure this ready-to-go, manageable and rare land holding within an award-winning tourist location, contact Travis Williams now on 0451 631 985.

Features include:

• 5.3ha zoned Future Residential, Residential 12.5, Residential R25, Residential R40 and Reserve - Parks, Recreation and Conservation - Local
• Close proximity to 'whitest sand in Australia'/Lucky Bay, recently named one of the world's top 50 beaches
• Twice daily flights to/from Perth Airport
• Power and water adjacent to the property
• Boat ramp and parking facilities directly in front
• Land use for multiple tourist facilities/OPD already approved
• Spectacular scenery, surrounding islands
• Regular bus service to and from Perth and Kalgoorlie
• Range of Community Infrastructure
• Variety of nearby schools to Year 12, TAFE
• Local District Hospital, commercial and retail facilities

Location (approx. distances):

350m Esperance Deep Sea Angling Club
600m Summy's Park (overlooking the harbour/nearby beaches)
1.2 km Esperance Bay
4.1km Lucky Bay Brewing
6.1km Esperance Town Centre (full complement of shops, cafés, recreational facilities, schools)
7.3km West Beach
22.1km Esperance Airport
58km Lucky Bay
728km Perth
391km Kalgoorlie

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