Blacks Beach Breeze

Situated just 15km by road north of the Mackay CBD

Blacks Beach Breeze

Blacks Beach, Mackay QLD

Blacks Beach Road, Blacks Beach, Mackay QLD

1300 Lots

Master Planned Estate

BLACKS BEACH BREEZE estate is situated just 15km by road north of the Mackay CBD. This master planned estate with its extensive pathways, generous landscaping, large kids play areas, and over 200 acres of open space, parklands and waterways is the perfect place for families to rest, relax, and play.

Home to over 1750 people with a number of future stages yet to come this estate has much to offer the modern family. A huge area of this master-planned community has been purchased by the Qld State Government for the development of a new state-of-the-art primary school. Blacks Beach Breeze has a shopping centre approved at the entrance to the estate which, once constructed, will be home to a range of quality retail outlets including a proposed supermarket.

Blacks Beach is just a leisurely stroll from Blacks Beach Breeze. Famous for its water sports, fishing and natural beauty Blacks Beach is the longest continuous beach in the Mackay region and is a popular place for picnics and BBQ’s with friends and family.

Blacks Beach Breeze is only half an hour drive from Mackay airport (20kms) and CBD.

About Mackay

Mackay is about 970 km’s north of Brisbane, is situated midway between Rockhampton and Townsville and is only 150km’s from Airlie Beach, gateway to the Whitsunday Islands.

The population of Mackay is approx. 85,000. Mackay is widely noted as the “sugar capital of Australia”, producing a sizeable portion of Australia’s domestic supply and exports. Within an hour’s drive west of Mackay you will find Eungella National Park. The park is covered by rainforest and is renowned for its Platypuses.

Mackay is the gateway and major population centre of the Bowen Basin coal mining reserves of Central Queensland. It is the single largest coal reserve in Australia with over 30 operational coal mines extracting more than 100 million tonnes annually. This represents about 83% of Queensland’s total coal production.