New Project – Elanora Residential Sub-Division

The Elanora Residential Sub-division is located at the corner of Houston Mitchell Drive and Ocean Drive, Rainbow Beach.

The staged 151-lot subdivision, between Bonny Hills and Lake Cathie, will include a residential subdivision in close proximity to two school sites, playing fields and open space, a constructed wetland, a business/retail centre and an ecotourist site.

Eire Constructions are engaged to deliver stage 1 of the first 151 lot subdivision.

The works include the import and placement of 16,000 cubic metres of fill, construction of 900 metres of roadway, 1000 metres of stormwater drainage, 750 metres of gravity sewer installation, installation of 1750 metres of water reticulation and 1900 metres electrical and communication utilities construction.

Located between Bonny Hills and Lake Cathie and adjoining the Pacific Ocean the Elanora Sub-division is a highly sought after extension to the coastal fringe development of Port Macquarie.

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