Ephraim Island

Ephraim Island 

Ephraim Island is luxury residential development located in the suburb of Paradise Point in the north of Gold Coast, Australia. The development was a joint-venture between Lewis Land and Mirvac. The island has an area of 9.6 hectares and was once covered by mangroves.[1] The development is distinctive for inhabiting an artificial island in the Broadwater, connecting to the mainland by a 400 metre bridge. It is located immediately south of Sovereign Islands.

The island, its landmass sculpted into a conspicuous albeit backwards “e” from an aerial view, is divided into two sections. The southern division, the ‘tail’ of the “e”, is covered mostly by undeveloped salt mud-lands. The design provides water frontage to every apartment.

The northern ‘eye’ of the island has been developed to include a marina, 12 larger buildings (the largest topping 11 stories), a restaurant and up to 30 separate beach houses open to the Broadwater. Alex has recently transacted a sale of a beach house on the Island with its very own beach fronting the broadwater.

The sheltered marina has a capacity of 115 berths.

The site was once the largest residential construction project in Queensland. 20% of the island has had its natural habitat preserved.

The Island has some world class facilities including a gym/spa, a unique restauratnt called Artichoke and is only 5 minutes from the great variety coffee shops and restuarants at Paradise Point.

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