Turtle Island

Australia | Australia & New Zealand

Accessible Freehold Island - Boutique Resort or Private Retreat

Turtle Island is your opportunity to own an entire freehold exclusive tropical island just off the coast of Queensland. Island offerings of this calibre with a freehold tenure and ease of access are extremely rare and highly sought after. Turtle Island is one of only 9 freehold islands in Queensland, and boasts extensive existing facilities.

Key features

• Flexible use as boutique resort or private retreat
• Main building with 4 spacious bedrooms (each with separate bathrooms)
• Swimming pool
• 23.25 acres of land
• A pontoon
• Two helicopter pads
• Vehicle accessibility via a car barge
• Undercover car parking for 5 cars
• Sweeping views through Port Curtis
• 15 large water tanks and 2 dams
• Phone reception connectivity

Turtle Island is 4 kilometres north-east (or a 10 minute boat trip) from the coastal town of Gladstone in Port Curtis, Queensland. Gladstone is approximately 440 kilometres north of the capital city of Brisbane. Given that Turtle Island is located at the Southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, it has one of the seven wonders of the natural world at its doorstep. The Southern Great Barrier Reef is home to what is considered to be one of the top dive and snorkelling sites in the world, dotted with impressive coral cays and reefs that are only a stone’s throw away from the coast.

While it may feel you are worlds away when you are on Turtle Island, it is extremely accessible being only 4 kilometres away from the town of Gladstone. From Gladstone, you then have the option of taking a ferry, a helicopter, or your own private boat to Turtle Island. Gladstone also offers an array of fine dining and entertaining options if you ever feel like stepping away from Turtle Island.

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