Port of Airlie, a declared project of state significance, comprises of approximately 15 hectares of reclaimed land and a world-class marina that will ultimately accommodate well over 200 berths for vessels up to and including superyachts.
Onshore development includes a variety of residential precincts, known as The Beacons and The Cove, featuring waterfront homes on lots of varying sizes, as well as a mixed-use development known as The Boathouse, featuring speciality retail and food and beverage establishments at ground level and three levels of apartments above.
Port of Airlie also incorporates a variety of public infrastructure, including public parkland areas and amenities, a beach, a public car park, a boat ramp and car/trailer parking area, a bus/coach/taxi transit centre, a ferry terminal and a public marina boardwalk forming a section of the Bicentennial Walk.
Planned development includes a wider range of residential product, including more apartments, town houses and detached houses, more retail and commercial development, maritime development, a dining and entertainment precinct and hotels.
Planning services provided have included the provision of advice on a proposed maintenance dredging and dredge spoil management program, the preparation and management of successful development applications for material change of use, including to vary the effect of planning instruments, reconfiguration of a lot and operational works, including for prescribed tidal works.
These development approvals have facilitated all of the development currently in place at Port of Airlie, and Access Town Planning Consultants are currently working on range of forthcoming development projects, including for hotels, additional marina arms and more.