Investors snap up lifestyle villas

Written on the 11 August 2009

THE Mountain Villas at O’Reilly’s rainforest retreat is celebrating its second birthday along with its 90-year history at the World Heritage listed Lamington National Park.

The $34 million villa development, which includes a new conference centre and a spa, represents an exciting new era for the O’Reilly’s and a rare opportunity remains to secure a lifestyle investment.

Only six of 48 villas remain available for freehold purchase, offering the chance to secure a piece of paradise surrounded by World Heritage listed rainforest, secure in the knowledge that occupancy levels and returns have already exceeded expectations.

The ambitious $34 million Villas and Spa development has taken O’Reilly’s into exciting new tourism territory, opening up new markets seeking luxury self-contained accommodation and the ultimate escape experience offered by a stay at the villas and the indulgence of the premium spa.

The development is also catering to corporate retreats with world-class facilities and proving popular with groups.

O’Reilly’s managing director Shane O’Reilly says satisfaction rates are running high, as is interest and bookings from within Australia and overseas.

“Our guests have been very impressed with the Villas, with satisfaction levels running at 96 per cent,” says O’Reilly.

“The development represents a convergence of two growth trends in tourism – nature-based/sustainable tourism and spa tourism, so it is being very well received.

“All this adds up to a safe, unique and valuable investment, especially at a time when more traditional investments such as the share market are so uncertain.”

“One thing is absolutely guaranteed – an investment like this will never be offered again, with no more land available for development within Lamington National Park.”

Prospective buyers wanting to find out about making World Heritage their heritage, can read more information about the development at www.oreillys.com.au/mountain-villas/.


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