Lisa Oldfield seeks Nanuku Auberge, Fiji purchase

Lisa Oldfield seeks Nanuku Auberge, Fiji purchase
Lisa Oldfield seeks Nanuku Auberge, Fiji purchase

Just as the filming for the Real Housewives of Sydney starts, cast member Lisa Oldfield, the wife of former politician David Oldfield, has registered to purchase a luxury Fiji beachfront villa.

Lisa said the couple loved Fiji, having honeymooned there after their wedding in 2001. 

“Fiji is just paradise,” she said of her likely investment purchase in the Nanuku Auberge Resort villa offerings.

Her love of the tropical South Pacific location extends back to her childhood holidays.

Lisa spent many a holiday - 19 to be exact - with the first at just eight months of age.

She's keen for her children to also holiday there too.

"My kids Harry and Bert were just there with my parents – they’ve been there three times already.”

The boys last went there with her parents, Richard and Christine when Lisa was rushed into emergency surgery for a back problem. 

“Nanuku’s buddy system for kids is amazing,” the Northern Beaches based Oldfield said.

“The boys had one who took them looking for frogs and lizards and doing all those things that little boys like to do.” 

Located in Viti Levu, the villas are priced from A$680,000 in the Nanuku Auberge Resort which will be officially launched next month in Sydney through Reece Coleman's The Agency.

The Auberge Beach Villas are part of Fiji’s largest beachfront freehold property development. 

Nanuku Auberge Resort is selling beachfront homes being developed along the shoreline directly adjacent the existing resort at Pacific Harbour.

There are also homes that range upwards of $A3.1 million. All residences are being designed by Grounds Kent Architects, the Perth-based firm behind some of Asia’s best hotels. 

"Buyers can rest assured their villa investment is secure due to the development’s freehold status and debt-free funding of the construction by the developer," Reece Coleman said. 

The private airstrip is a 30 minutes flight from Nadi International Airport and 45 minutes from the capital Suva. 

Nanuku’s restaurant is overseen by the Melbourne-based Jacques Reymond. 

Homeowners will be able to dine on a menu overseen by Melbourne chef Jacques Reymond. 

Oldfield is part of The Real Housewives upcoming Sydney series which will be aired next year. The other six housewives include model turned Billicorp South Sydney commercial real estate agent Krissy Marsh and Frenchs Forest ARIA-award-winning pop singer Melissa Tkautz.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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