Construction work has continued ahead of program throughout December. With final asphalt seal being laid in the final working week of the year. Stages 3 and 4 of Edgewater Shores are now almost complete with only the electrical infrastructure work and minor civil work left to complete early in 2020.... Read More
The dedicated beach access walkway and viewing platform is complete. The walkway will give residents at Edgewater Shores direct access to Diamond Beach. There are a number of viewing decks built into the structure to allow people to sit at multiple levels and enjoy views across Diamond Beach. It will be a great place to watch the sunrise, dolphins playing or whales migrating.... Read More
Construction work has maintained a cracking pace throughout November. With kerbing of the roads completed in the final days of the month, Stages 3 and 4 of Edgewater Shores are really starting to take shape. The works are a few weeks ahead of program which will leave the site in very good condition over the Christmas break.... Read More
With Stage 1A and 1B sold out and Stage 2A now selling into the spring and summer season, we have worked with our local home building partners to put together some new house and land packages for available lots on The Sands (2A) and Sea Breeze (2B) stages. Examples packages from each of our home building partners are below.... Read More
Construction works kicked off at a cracking pace leading up to the October long weekend. The focus has been on sewer and the major stormwater works. The stormwater design is such that a number of retention and bio-retention basins will interact to attenuate and filter the stormwater runoff from the site. The natural water system actually flows away from the beach and through the Saltwater National Park via Khappinghat Creek.... Read More
It's always great news for existing, and future residents to know a project has a final completion date. Well, we have it! In September we entered into a contract for infrastructure works to complete Stages 3 & 4 which are the final stages of Edgewater Shores. The major factor in getting to Stage 4 has been the strong sales completed in Stages 1 & 2 with Stage 1 selling out just two weeks after registration.... Read More
Our Bushland Regeneration Team have been busy over the last few months working on the dune environmental conservation area on the boundary of Edgewater Shores and Diamond Beach.
As you know, we are in awe of Diamond Beach and its surrounding environment, and wanted to showcase this for all to see. Although it’s impossible to capture everything this beautiful coastal town has to offer in one and a half minutes, we’ve put together what we call “the essence” of the Edgewater Shores lifestyle.
From the beginning we wanted to engage with the community around Edgewater Shores. Centrepiece to this work has been the conservation of a significant fig tree in the south west corner of the development. The tree and the surrounding land is being transformed into a community park for everyone to enjoy.... Read More
Edgewater Shores, in conjunction with MidCoast Council, is delighted to announce that the iconic Moreton Bay fig tree standing proud on the coastal residential development Edgewater Shores, has been handed back to the community of Diamond Beach.