Retail Property Managers – SUNSHINE COAST

In a challenging retail environment it helps to have a great team on your side

Smart Asset Managers helps retail property owners with…

  • Administration Management – keeping track of income & expenses, producing annual outgoings budgets and capex projections
  • Rent Arrears – ensuring all rent arrears are promptly addressed
  • Lease Management – making sure your property continues to have tenant/s, rent invoicing and receipting, handling rent reviews and proactively handling any disputes that arise
  • Facilities Management – looking after building operations & maintenance, ensuring workplace health & safety meets required standards, disaster planning/recovery
  • Upgrade Project Management – where a commercial property requires refurbishing or repositioning (including for example social media promotion, LED signage, property presentation)

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Sunshine Coast Summary

Nestled along the Coral Sea coastline, the Sunshine Coast, a peri-urban haven in South East Queensland, Australia, captivates residents and visitors alike with its stunning landscapes and vibrant communities. Originally defined in 1967 as the region encompassed by the Shires of Landsborough, Maroochy, and Noosa, excluding Bribie Island, the Sunshine Coast has evolved into a thriving district that stretches 60 km from Pelican Waters to Tewantin.

The heartbeat of the Sunshine Coast resonates in its coastal hubs—Caloundra, Kawana Waters, Maroochydore, and Noosa Heads—each offering a unique blend of natural beauty and urban amenities. Beyond the coastline, Nambour and Maleny have blossomed into vital commercial centers for the hinterland, adding diversity to the region’s economic landscape.

In 2014, the Sunshine Coast underwent a strategic administrative transformation, dividing into two local government areas—the Sunshine Coast Region and the Shire of Noosa. This split effectively manages the southern and northern territories, ensuring efficient governance and development for the entire Sunshine Coast.

As of June 2021, the Sunshine Coast boasts a burgeoning urban population of approximately 398,840 residents, making it the fifth most populated area in Queensland and the ninth most populous in the entire country. The region has experienced consistent growth, with an average annual population increase of 2.4% from 2014 to 2018. This demographic dynamism underscores the Sunshine Coast’s appeal as a desirable place to live, work, and play.

Beyond its demographic allure, the Sunshine Coast is renowned for its pristine beaches, lush hinterland, and a plethora of outdoor recreational activities. From the family-friendly shores of Caloundra to the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Maroochydore and the upscale elegance of Noosa Heads, the Sunshine Coast caters to diverse tastes and preferences.

Sunshine Coast is not merely a geographic location but a dynamic and evolving community that harmonizes coastal beauty with urban convenience. With its strategic administrative structure, burgeoning population, and diverse lifestyle offerings, the Sunshine Coast continues to shine as a beacon of prosperity and quality living in the heart of Queensland, Australia.

Sunshine Coast Fast Facts

  • Population – 342.541
  • Private Dwellings – 148,638
  • Families – 95,412
  • Average People/Household – 2.5
  • Median Weekly Household Income – $1,595
  • Median Monthly Mortgage Repayment – $1,915
  • Median Weekly Rent – $440
  • Average Motor Vehicles/Dwelling – 2
  • Median Age – 43
  • Participation in labour force – 167,712

Data is drawn from: ABS 2021 Census