Both of the other two homes have double garages. 480 Cooroy Mountain Road, Cooroy Mountain, QLDA NOOSA hinterland property is the ultimate in upsizing, offering three oceanview homes in one package, and it even has a stream and waterfall running through the house.The deceased estate is located on over 14 acres within the Noosa shire, just 15 minutes from the heart of one of the most popular holiday spots in the state.It has three separate dwellings as part of a lifestyle package, with a resort-style inground pool, large water tanks, a borehole, and views of both the ocean and surrounding countryside. The stream cuts through two living areas.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago Bi-fold doors help embrace the outdoors.Located at 480 Cooroy Mountain Road, Cooroy Mountain, the property has a double storey studio with its own double garage on the lower level as well as another self-contained residence.The main house is a triple-storey property with the middle section dedicated to a living zone, complete with a “rear water fall and a stream dissecting living areas”.Agent Peter Flint of Elders Real Estate — Nambour and Maleny was marketing the main home as having bi-fold doors that open up to full appreciate the view, with a three sided balcony, executive style kitchen, formal and informal zones leading out to the pool. Water is a key part of the main residence. The resort-style pool. That’s one way to commune with nature.The lower level of all about indoor relaxation with a fully equipped media area while the top floor has a sprawling master bedroom, away from two other bedrooms that are located in the middle floor. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK
3D Oil has submitted a proposal to National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) to undertake the Dorrigo 3D seismic survey.The Dorrigo survey is located in the Otway Basin within exploration permit T/49P which lies adjacent to Tasmania.Water depths in the survey area are between 80-1420m with seismic data acquisition undertaken in water depths between 100-840m.The Dorrigo seismic survey is expected to take up to 35 days between September 01 and October 31, 2019.According to NOPSEMA, the Dorrigo survey operational area is 4350 km2. The full-fold acquisition area where seismic airguns will be operational covers an area of 1580 km2 within this larger area.