The Sanctuary Hub

Location: Lot 1731, 804 Arnhem Highway, Northern Territory, Australia

Project proponent: Gimbells Investments Pty Ltd

Sector: Commercial / residential / tourism property development

Investment type: Full or partial sale

Project status: Investor ready

The opportunity

The Sanctuary project is a 1600 hectare property development opportunity located 60kms south east of Darwin on the Arnhem Highway.

The site has been fully master-planned into six development stages, consisting of seven commercial sites and 247 residential blocks (ranging in size from two to 162 hectares).

The two largest commercial sites have unobstructed road frontage on the Arnhem Highway, the main thoroughfare between Darwin and the UNESCO World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park.

All development approvals and major head works have been completed enabling the release of stage 1A to market. This includes land titles and secure access to water.

Father and child playing in front of residential property

Why the Territory

Darwin, the closest Australian capital city to Asian markets, has international and domestic connectivity and a strong economy.

The site is close to well-known tourist attractions and surrounded by rapidly growing agribusiness industries providing significant potential and opportunity for developers and commercial operators.

Expressions of interest are sought from developers interested in purchasing the entire or partial property for development and maximising a location ideally positioned to become the Top End’s newest residential and lifestyle centre.

Two men fishing

Contact details

Jodie Rousell
Director
Gimbells Investments Pty Ltd

Phone: +61 421 202 556
jodie@gimbells.com.au

Chris Mouat
Directors - Services, Commercial Facilitation
Department of the Chief Minister and Cabinet

Phone: +61 8 8999 7806
chris.mouat@nt.gov.au

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