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Great Northern Developments - Australia

Great Northern Developments is a company that strives for constant superior quality in all it's developments and thus hoping to achieve world class customer satisfaction.

By selecting prime retail locations, dealing with award winning architects, well known construction companies and adding touches and refinements we would want for ourselves, we have achieved some of the most sought after property investment portfolios in Australia - all to help you, the client, invest your money better.

Great Northern Developments: Gympie Retirement Village

Gympie Retirement Village

A brand new retirement village located in the historic old gold mining town of Gympie

  • Air conditioning
  • Sectioned off areas for privacy
  • Paved foot paths

Gympie Retirement Village full details

Great Northern Developments: Silhoutte Apartments

Silhouette Apartments

Modern, inner city apartments with spectacular views of skyline views of Brisbane CBD. Indulging in the trendy and conveniently located Westend. Features such as:

  • Imported French wine cellar in all apartments
  • 25m heated lap pool
  • Security intercom

Silhouette Apartments full details

Great Northern Developments: SurfAir Resort

SurfAir Resort

A world class resort located right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast containing:

  • Bistro
  • Lagoon-style pool
  • Onsite beauty & day spa
  • Resort shop
  • Many more features

SurfAir Apartments full details

Great Northern Developments: Kingsholme Apartments

Kingsholme Apartments

Award winning apartments, a stones throw away from New Farm and 2 minutes drive from the spectacular and boutique lifestyle of Merthyr Shopping Center.

  • Security
  • Style
  • Close to amenities

Kingsholme Apartments full details



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