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March 15, 2024 by ash

$450m plan for 5-star resort in Hervey Bay

Inside the newest luxury $450m multi-tower resort proposed by one of the biggest global hotel brands in this surprising Queensland city.

A new luxe five-star hotel could soon be opening one surprising Australian city.

Bypassing global tourism hot spots the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, developers have settled on the Fraser Coast for this luxurious development, according to the Courier Mail.

The multi-tower proposal is set for Hervey Bay- popular for whale watching and as a gateway for visiting K’Gari (Fraser Island).

The proposed Hervey Bay Esplanade Resort would be Sheraton’s fifth Australian hotel.

The company said the new resort would be “the largest and most luxurious new hotel between Brisbane and Cairns”.

The five-star hotel would have 223 rooms across the multiple towers, a resort pool, two lap pools, outdoor terraces, barbecue areas, a gym, a business lounge, a “world-class” function and conference space, rooftop bar, private cabanas, sun decks and residential apartments.

Sheraton, through parent company Marriott International, has signed a memorandum of understanding with developer Sunny Beach Land.

The agreement confirms Marriott International’s intention to operate the proposed Hervey Bay Esplanade Resort

The commitment would put the Fraser Coast region “firmly on the map” according to Sunny Beach Land Director Dan Cuda who said the commitment from Sheraton was “fantastic news for Hervey Bay” at a media event on Thursday.

“The potential contribution this would make to the Fraser Coast economy, local businesses and employment is simply massive and too good of an opportunity to miss,” he said.

“The presence of Sheraton in Hervey Bay would also set the tone for future residential and tourism developments in this region and encourage further investment.”