- 18 hole world championship golf course and club house
- 640 apartments
In summary, what started as a championship golf course built by Daikyo in the late 1980’s quickly turned into a real-estate speculators dream land as subsequent speculators bought the property, subdivided and quickly went broke.
Any resemblance of what was once a championship golf course has incrementally been gobbled up by houses and units.
- In 1980s Daikyo built 640 apartments, 18 hole championship golf course and clubhouse
- Tom Hedley and H&S Vision bought the property off Daikyo and quickly reduced size of golf-course by subdividing into another 800 house blocks
- 2009 Tom Hedley went into receivership owing ANZ $50m on Paradise Palms
- 2013 H&S Vision went into receivership with $52m debt
- In 2015 Darren Halpin bought the remains of the golf-course, developable land and management rights for $20m. The value of all infrastructure was $120m
- In 2016 Darren Halpin proposes a further 800 units to be built