The Moreton Bay Peninsula’s most anticipated waterfront apartments set for launch

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Traders In Purple, the most active and experienced developer of luxury waterfront apartments on the Moreton Bay Peninsula will launch its 14th collection of residences in May 2024, seeking to replicate the success of earlier sold-out projects, Marin at Scarborough and Lasail Newport.

The latest offering, Tydal Woody Point, is located at the highest point in the suburb, where panoramic views stretch across the ocean. The location also holds special memories for locals and a place in rock and roll history as the pub where the Bee Gees played their first paid gig.

The 104 apartments to be offered in the first of two buildings to hit the market are aimed at local owner occupiers as well as those making the most of flexible work arrangements attracted by the proximity of Woody Point to Brisbane Airport and CBD.

A diverse range of two bedroom, three bedroom and penthouse apartments will be offered, exuding the luxe coastal design aesthetic that has become Traders In Purple’s signature style and a proven hit with buyers.

While the empty nester migration to the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast has been entrenched for many years, the Moreton Bay Peninsula has maintained a lower profile. However, it is now firmly on the radar among buyers seeking true waterfront living and better value for money.

Traders In Purple Development Director Alex Black says Tydal offers a rare opportunity to enjoy a laidback resort lifestyle by the water for far less than comparable properties in many other Queensland coastal locations.

“Tydal is one of those rare opportunities to have the best of all worlds,” says Ms Black. “The water views with sunrises over the ocean are extraordinary, while to the west apartments capture the sunset over Bramble Bay. And all of this, just 20 minutes’ drive from the airport and 40 minutes from the CBD.

“Moreton Bay has flown under the radar for many years but the word is well and truly out. Prices in Woody Point and neighbouring suburbs rose by around 20 per cent in the past 12 months but it is still comparatively affordable.

“Woody Point is a location to watch with the recent multi-million dollar makeover of the Belvedere Hotel, and transformational projects such as Orilla, our luxury boutique project on the waterfront, and now Tydal elevating the suburb to new heights. It has charm, character and hasn’t lost its village atmosphere.”

The gently curved facade of the 10-storey Stage 1 apartment building, designed by Brisbane-based Ellivo Architects, is oriented to maximise views. Deep, private balconies with feature batten screening provide shelter from the elements and shading to regulate heat and light.

Nine two and three bedroom courtyard homes at ground level will have their own landscaped entry, a bonus for those looking for a house-like living experience.

Resident facilities include a sub-tropical pool with sun lounges, covered al fresco dining, barbecue, herb garden, relaxation lawn and residents’ lounge complete with a kitchenette. With a dog wash bay included, even pooches are pampered.

Tydal will be constructed by Traders In Purple’s own construction team. While many Queensland projects have been impacted by construction issues, having its own construction capability has allowed Traders In Purple to maintain a 100 per cent completion track record.


All images are Artist’s impressions – indicative only and subject to change. 


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