Sitting on Sheridan Street directly opposite the multi-international award winning Cairns Convention Centre and just a few hundred metres away from the Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Reef Hotel Casino and Cairns Central shopping centre, C3 is positioned to become the new premium precinct location in Cairns.
The heart of the city is just minutes away, offering easy access to the Great Barrier Reef via the impressive Reef Fleet Terminal and further afield via the Cairns International Airport.
C3’s position is further enhanced by being adjacent to the exciting new Nova 8 development. With works expected to commence in early 2015, Nova 8 is a mixed–use development with one commercial tower and six residential blocks providing 1250 apartments and 120,000 square meters of floor space.
Sheridan Street is easily the most prominent and accessible street in Cairns.
Connecting the Bruce Highway to the South and the Captain Cook Highway to the North, Sheridan Street also has direct access to the Cairns International Airport which is less then 10 minutes from the C3 site.
Sheridan Street is the location of the multi-international award winning Cairns Convention Centre, the Cairns Courthouse and the Cairns Police Station.
The grid structure of the Cairns CBD streets is configured so that Sheridan Street is the main thorough-fare. As a result, access to the very heart of the city could not be easier.
Sheridan Street is also home to some cultural highlights of the city with the celebrated Rusty’s Markets and a number of well known bars, restaurants, cafes and art galleries.
The stunning city of Cairns is perfectly positioned in tropical North Queensland to offer the best for those looking to live, visit or do business.
Celebrated as the world’s most liveable tropical city, the natural beauty and diverse landscape of Cairns has made it an international tourism destination and a desirable lifestyle region.
Home to over 150,000 people, Cairns is a safe, secure and multicultural community boasting world class education, health and tourism infrastructure.
The population is estimated to increase by more than 90,000 by 2026 and the 12 billion dollar strong regional economy is predicted to continue to grow by 3% annually.
The major infrastructure development that will accompany this growth, such as the proposed 8 billion dollar Aquis integrated resort and casino development, indicate that the future for Cairns and the region is bright.
Tropical North Queensland is well recognised as being one of the world’s most desirable destinations for both leisure and business visitors from Australia and overseas.
The region combines adventure and relaxation with some of the greatest natural wonders of the world.
Not only does Tropical North Queensland offer visitors direct access to the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, tropical islands and beaches, as well as the world’s oldest tropical rainforests and the outback, it also boasts easy access to the unspoilt wilderness of areas like Cape York, Torres Strait, Gulf Savannah and the Cassowary Coast.
Tropical North Queensland covers 22% of the total area of Queensland and is home to 6% of the State’s population. Half of these resident of TNQ reside in the Cairns Regional Council area.