One of the last blocks and available on this special waterfront development, or for that matter anywhere in the Yamba township. Due to recent highway development, land, houses, and rental prices have recently taken an upward spiral, making Yamba an even more desirable place to live, with travel times to major centres being drastically reduced on completion of this major project.
731m2 – level block, with all the services in place. Flood-free with excellent access for boats, being only a couple of hundred metres from the main Clarence River and approximately 5 klms from Yamba wall and the ocean.
Everything is ready for any intending purchaser to build their dream home and to erect their own floating pontoon or wharf facility. The block has been very well maintained, with sound revetment walls and well mown.
Inspection is strongly recommended – for further details please contact Ian Dunbar on 0414 949 531, or contact our office on (02) 66 462 400, and speak to Denise, Michelle or Grant.
Fast Facts about Yamba
The suburb of Yamba is located in the Local Government area of Clarence Valley and covers an area of approximately 16.9 Sq Km.
The surrounding suburbs include Wooloweyah, Iluka and Palmers Island.
There are 12 Parks, a Child Care Centre and 2 Primary Schools.
Currently, the median sale price of Houses, Units and Vacant Land in Yamba is $418,935 compared to $310,467 for the Local Government Area of Clarence Valley.
Local Amenities include 2 Clubs, a Golf Course, a Shopping Complex, a Post Office, 5 Swimming Pools and 2 Churches of different denominations.
In 2011, the population of Yamba was 6,079, with the main age group being people between 60 and 69 years of age.
Married people account for 69% of the population and households in Yamba are mainly Couples with no children.
There are approximately 2,575 dwellings, with the majority of these (76%) being house. 48% of properties in the area are fully owned, with 17.3% of the properties being purchased and 67% being owner occupied.
The largest segment of the population are Not in Labour Force, in general those in employment work as Professionals with most people travelling to work by driving a car.