Zinc: The beachfront Sunshine Coast residences drawing attention to Bokarina

Zinc: The beachfront Sunshine Coast residences drawing attention to Bokarina
Render of the Bokarina development, Zinc
Alison Warters December 6, 2022

Zinc Bokarina is the latest Sunshine Coast development by the award-winning Gardner Vaughan Group.

The Australian owned property development and building company has 25 years’ experience developing properties in some of Brisbane’s and South East Queensland’s most desirable areas.

Opposite the pristine Bokarina Beach on the Sunshine Coast, Zinc delivers a coastal living experience with expansive one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, along with eight exclusive luxury Beach Houses, designed to enhance living spaces inside and out. 

Gardner Vaughan said they selected the unrivalled location as when you combine the wonders of the coast with the parklands, boardwalks and amenities of a premium seafront community, you get the best of both worlds.

Taking on a mindful design, two buildings will be constructed in the community, with 81 residences set to be delivered, along with a vibrant ground-floor retail offering which will enhance the beachside locale. 

Zinc is a part of Stockland’s Sunshine Coast Oceanside Community which won Australia’s Best Master Planned Development at the 2020 Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Awards for Excellence. According to Stockland, the Oceanside master planned community is set to become ‘Australia’s healthiest city by the beach’ – creating a community like no other in Queensland. 

Building one, called SOL, will house 44 apartments, along with two commercial tenancies across the ground floor. Building two is MAR, where the remaining 37 apartments will be constructed, as well as one commercial space. 

Zinc will also incorporate a podium-level pool and recreation area, featuring lush tropical gardens, an outdoor heated pool, a gym, and multiple barbecue and recreational areas. Outdoor showers and a surfboard washroom is also on hand in the development, along with wall mounted bike racks with each car space, a car wash and vacuum bay and a function room. 

The eight beach houses have only recently been released to the market. The spacious three-level homes comprise either three or four-bedrooms. They have two-and-a-half bathrooms and two car spaces. Residents of the beach house also have access to the complex’s facilities. 

The balcony spaces and living areas of each residence have been designed to seamlessly integrate with the beachside, with two colour scheme options for buyers, inspired by the coastal surrounds. 

High ceilings, zoned and ducted air conditioning and commercial acoustic glazing feature throughout each of the residences, complemented by contemporary cabinetry in the kitchens and bathrooms, as well as stylish tap wear, stone benchtops and European appliances. 

Zinc Bokarina is situated right on the doorstep of Bokarina Beach, between Caloundra and Mooloolaba. Offering the escape of quintessential beachside living while conveniently located close to the Sunshine Health precinct and the Stockland Birtinya and Kawana Shopping Centres.

Within a 20-minutes drive of the Sunshine Coast airport, residents will find themselves near to an abundance of convenient daily essentials, while still being immersed and connected to nature. 

With prices ranging from $539,000 through to $2,399,000, stage one and two of the apartments is slated for completion by mid to late 2023, with the beach houses tipped for the end of next year. 

The under-construction project still has a select number of two, three and four-bedroom apartments remaining, as well as some beach houses, with Christmas incentives currently on offer for prospective buyers.

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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