Own an idyllic island retreat on the NSW South coast

A private island paradise on the NSW South Coast has come to market, offering buyers an unrivalled development opportunity in the heart of one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations.

Uniquely positioned upon the Shoalhaven River, Burraga Island is privately owned and spans approximately 122 hectares.

The development potential for the island is incredible, with the freehold land primed for multiple uses. The RU1 Primary Production zoning means potential uses include an eco-tourism sky-view pod resort, outdoor recreational facilities, an 18-hole golf course or even an inland aqua theme park.

The island is exclusively listed with the Colliers team of Steam Leung, Joseph Lin, Simon Kersten and Taleah Thomas.

“It is such a rare opportunity to purchase this unique land offering with massive potential for recreational development. Owning an island two- hours from Sydney is like a dream come true for many people who wish to be the new King or Queen of the island. The successful landlord, the future ‘Monarch’-to-be can decide to keep the tranquil character of the land or to host tourists after the development,” Mr Lin said.

The island comes with a single-storey four-bedroom dwelling, a dock and private barge with a loading capacity of 48 tonnes and 24-hour access. It also has an on-site sewer disposal system, power supply and both a telephone landline and ADSL broadband connection. There is an on-site caretaker looking after the property.

Within the thriving town of Nowra, Burraga Island is easily connected to surrounding regions through various transport links, including Bomaderry Train Station that connects to Sydney. Nowra Airport is a 40-minute drive and the Sydney CBD is just a two-hour drive away.

The island is situated close to Jervis Bay, Berry and the Kangaroo Valley, and is on the doorstep of a number of wineries within the Shoalhaven region.

Burraga Island is for sale via expressions of interest, closing Thursday October 20 at 4pm.

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