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LEADING THE WO R L D I N GREEN AND S U S TA I N A B L E TO U R I S M – QUEENSLAND'S FIRST ZERO WA S T E R E S O R T

A L U X U R Y N AT U R E R E S O R T D E V E LO P M E N T A concept for an adjoining regenerative residential community

Buderim, Sunshine Coast, Queensland - Australia

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A NEW EPICUREAN D E S T I N AT I O N F O R T H E C O N S E R VA T I O N I S T W I T H I N . . .

AN EPICUREAN A person devoted to sensual enjoyment, especially that derived from fine food and drink. Synonyms: pleasure seeker, voluptuary, epicure, gourmet, gastronome, connoisseur, bon vivant

A C O N S E R VAT I O N I S T A person who advocates or acts for the protection and preservation of the environment, wildlife and earth’s resources. Synonyms: environmentalist, preservationist, ecologist, nature-lover

AT B A D D E R A M . . . IT IS POSSIBLE TO BE BOTH

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CONTENTS 06

The What - Welcome to Badderam

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The Where - Location Sunshine Coast & Buderim

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Ancient Buderim

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A Long History of Tourism

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Buderim Today

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The Why - Creating a Legacy

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What is a Luxury Regenerative Residential Community?

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World Class Exhibition & Event Facilities

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Queensland's First Zero Waste Resort

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The Badderam Resort Foundation - Giving Back

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Development Summary & Resort Features

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The Site

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Many International Gateways

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A Thriving Tourism and Event Destination

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The Macro Economics

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The Badderam Opportunity

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF COUNTRY We acknowledge the traditional country of the Kabi Kabi Gubbi Gubbi peoples and the Jinibara peoples of the coastal plains and the hinterlands of the Sunshine Coast. We recognise that these beautiful places have always been places of cultural, spiritual, social and economic significance to Australia’s first people. Badderam pays respect to Indigenous elders – past, present and emerging – and we acknowledge the important role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have played and continue to play within Buderim and the Sunshine Coast community.

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W E LC O M E TO B A D D E R A M A W O R L D - C L A S S R E S O R T, S PA & R E G E N E R AT I V E C O M M U N I T Y Through luxurious experiences, subtle education, gentle conservation and sensory immersion, Badderam is intended to inspire others to foster a sustainable dependency between mankind and nature. Badderam is a proposed world-class luxury resort and spa, with the potential for additional luxury villas and residences to be built in what will become a high-tech regenerative living community with access to luxury resort and spa facilities. With a focus on environmentally-responsible luxury and a desire to provide immersive nature and culture-based experiences, the Badderam vision seeks to redefine sustainable tourism and the parameters of luxury living. A leader in sustainability, Badderam will be Queensland's first zero waste resort. With a guest rewards program and a charitable foundation, Badderam will encourage a region of eco start-ups and sustainable businesses to thrive. Interest from global operators and capital investors is now being sought to construct and operate the approved resort and further develop a concept for an adjoining luxury regenerative residential community.

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A NEW KIND OF RESPONSIBLE LUXURY WHERE INDULGENCE T R E A D S S O F T LY U P O N T H E E A R T H

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DARWIN

GREAT BARRIER REEF

SUNSHINE COAST

QUEENSLAND

BRISBANE GOLD COAST

PERTH SYDNEY

MELBOURNE

HOBART

T H E LO C AT I O N The Badderam development site is located at Buderim on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, which is recognised as one of Australia's most popular holiday destinations.

T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T T H E P E R F E C T D E S T I N AT I O N F O R A N E P I C U R E A N A N D E C O LO G I C A L A DV E N T U R E Extending along 60 kilometres of pristine coastline, the Sunshine Coast boasts beautiful beaches and waterways, scenic heritage-listed mountain ranges and sub-tropical islands. The Sunshine Coast economy is one of the largest regional economies in Australia. With a focus on environment, conservation and sustainability, the region is currently attracting billions of dollars of infrastructure and investment.

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FRASER ISLAND

BUDERIM

EUMUNDI

NOOSA HEADS

NAMBOUR MAROOCHYDORE CBD

GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS BRIBIE ISLAND BRISBANE

BUDERIM T H E B E S T O F B OT H W O R L D S — H I N T E R L A N D A N D B E AC H In the world of destination travel, location is everything. Buderim mountain is located in the absolute epicentre of the Sunshine Coast, offering a unique hinterland feel only minutes from the beach. Elevated 180m above sea level with stunning ocean views to the east and Glass House Mountain views to the south, the Badderam development site sits within a rare nature preserve on Buderim's southern escarpment — a tightly-held, elevated and exclusive position.

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BADDERAM: INDIGENOUS WORD F O R T H E N AT I V E H O N E Y S U C K L E BANKSIA FROM WHICH THE NAME B U D E R I M WA S D E R I V E D

ANCIENT BUDERIM A P L AC E W H E R E N AT U R E WA S W O R S H I P E D Once upon a time in sub-tropical Queensland not far inland from the sea, there stood an ancient volcanic mountain where large redwoods grew and berries fell to the forest floor. The mountain was a paradise filled with rainforests and waterfalls, colourful birds and rare butterflies, where fauna frolicked and ocean vistas stretched as far as the eye could see. This was a sacred spiritual place for the region's first inhabitants, the local Aboriginal Kabi Kabi Gubbi Gubbi peoples, who named the mountain Badderam in reference to the native honeysuckle banksia which grew in the sandy flats at the base of the mountain. Regular pilgrimage was made to the mountain to forage for food, to rest and retreat. Badderam was a special place where ritual and ceremony were held, where celebration was enjoyed and nature was worshiped.

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THE K RAUSE ENGINE TRANS PO RT E D TOU R ISTS TO T HE TOP OF BU D E R I M M O U NTAI N


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COLONIAL SETTLEMENT SOON LED TO THE DISCOVERY OF BUDERIM AS AN ALLURING T O U R I S T R E T R E AT

A LO N G H I S TO R Y O F TO U R I S M B U I L D I N G A R A I LWAY O F F B U D E R I M M O U N TA I N E N A B L E D AG R I C U LT U R E A N D TO U R I S M TO T H R I V E In 1862, early settlers harvested much of Buderim’s forests to build Australia’s first cities and towns. Crops such as ginger, coffee and bananas were soon planted in the rich volcanic soils. In 1914, a small gauge railway was built to transport Buderim’s fine produce from the top of the mountain to the region’s markets and wharfs. Buderim’s remnant forests, alluring flora and fauna, and exquisite ocean vistas could no longer be kept a secret as sightseers and day trippers began to ride the produce train. By the early 1920s, Buderim was widely regarded as a resort destination. Guest houses and spa lodges had opened and tourists flocked to the mountain for rejuvenation and retreat, to bathe under crystal waterfalls and drink from natural mountain springs. A new tourism destination was born.

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B R I T I S H A I R W AY S M A G A Z I N E VOTED BUDERIM AMONG THE WORLD’S MOST DESIRABLE PLACES TO LIVE

B U D E R I M TO DAY A S O P H I S T I C AT E D H I N T E R L A N D E X P E R I E N C E O N LY M I N U T E S F R O M T H E B E AC H Still renowned for its magical vistas and rainforest reserves, Buderim today is a sophisticated village and an enviable location in which to live, work and play. Home to some of Australia’s wealthiest retirees as well as Queensland’s best private schools, Buderim is a place where one can take an epicurean adventure indulging in locally-grown produce, food and wine, boutique shopping, a history lesson, an art tour, a theatrical performance or indeed a refreshing walk in nature. In recent years, community gardens and food street projects in Buderim have given the village an additional identity as a leader in the globalised movement to develop self-sustaining communities. The Badderam vision sees Buderim poised to grow its reputation as a leader in sustainable living and reclaim its tourism identity as south-east Queensland’s most enviable jewel.

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“ W E W O U L D A L L B E C O N S E R VAT I O N I S T S C O N T R I B U T I N G T O T H E P R E S E R VAT I O N O F O U R P L A N E T I F TA K I N G C A R E O F T H E EARTH COULD BE MADE A PLEASURABLE AND LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE” H E I D I M E Y E R , B A D D E R A M C R E AT I V E D I R E C T O R

T H E W H Y– C R E AT I N G A L E G AC Y A DE ST IN AT IO N W H E RE LUXU RY M E ETS E CO LO GY AN D BUD E R IM ' S C U LT U R A L AND CU LINARY STO RIE S ARE TOLD When Badderam development applicants and landowners Heidi Meyer and husband Kim Carroll returned to live on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast in 2013 after years of travelling and living abroad, they were mesmerised once more by the coastal region’s scenic beauty and vast array of natural assets. They were surprised to discover, however, that in such a thriving and tourism-rich region, there were so few 5-Star luxury resorts with international-standard facilities they could enjoy. As owners of a large, tightly-held and very rare land parcel on Buderim, Heidi and Kim dreamed of telling Buderim's cultural and culinary stories. They decided they would like to leave a legacy for Buderim and the Sunshine Coast as they set their sights on building an internationally-branded luxury resort on their land. But this was no small vision. A pair of epicurean conservationists, they insisted the proposed luxury resort would be highly innovative, zero waste, integrate the latest sustainable technologies, lead the world in its ecological standards, and completely redefine 'green' tourism.  An expert team was assembled in 2015 and the Badderam vision was created. This vision has achieved remarkable levels of community and council support and the resort approval was granted in April 2018.  Such is the local excitement for the Badderam development that multiple adjoining land sites have since been offered to Heidi and Kim for purchase, with many containing existing residence and villa approvals. This has given rise to an even greater vision for a high-tech, regenerative, master planned residential community adjoining the luxury resort – a possible 'Tesla Village'.

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R E G E N E R AT I V E : A T E R M D E S C R I B I N G P R O C E S S E S T H AT R E S T O R E , R E N E W O R R E V I TA L I Z E T H E I R O W N S O U R C E S O F E N E R G Y A N D M AT E R I A L S

W H AT I S A LUXU RY REGENERATI V E RESI DEN TI A L COMMU NIT Y? LUXURY REDEFINED - LIVE SUSTAINABLY AND GIVE BACK The design of such a future residential community adjoining the Badderam resort incorporates the concept of contemporary, high-tech, power positive (off-grid), luxury homes on one-acre allotments. Residences will feature renewable energy and water management programs, shared high-yield organic food production, and closed loop waste-to-resource systems that are based upon ongoing resiliency research. Surplus energy, water and organic food becomes an asset class in such a community that can amortize to help local families and businesses in need. Residents of this unique community will be able to share or sell excess resources to help others. In 2016 ReGen Villages popularised tech-integrated regenerative residential real estate development as a highly desirable lifestyle concept, with all 194 allotments in their first regenerative village in the Netherlands, selling out on the internet in less than 38 minutes - see www.regenvillages.com Many residents in Buderim have expressed an interest in owning a Badderam regenerative residence. It is intended that owners of a Badderam regenerative residence will have access to a fleet of Tesla vehicles and the facilities of the adjoining Badderam Eco Luxe Resort & Spa.

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E X P E R I E N C E A N I N C R E A S E D S E N S E O F H A R M O N Y, F E L LO W S H I P A N D C R E AT I V I T Y

WO R L D - C L A S S E X H I B I T I O N A N D E V E N T FAC I L I T I E S U S I N G A N A N C I E N T A P P R OAC H TO M E E T T H E F U T U R E Badderam has sought to distinguish itself in a competitive conference and event marketplace with the design of an onsite, stand-alone, congress, exhibition and event centre which will foster the ancient tradition of circular dialogue. The Badderam Congress Centre has been purposefully designed to host thought leaders and business groups from around the world, from diverse sectors of technology, sustainability, science and the arts and culture. The centre will contain theatre-style seating for up to 500 persons, an exhibition concourse, ample break-out space and a round, custom-designed, state-of-the-art summit table, as well as a series of outdoor circular dialogue pods nested within the surrounding natural landscape. Learned from Indigenous culture and used widely throughout history, dialogue circles are an ancient format for meetings where participants are made to feel equal and valued, in an atmosphere of respect and collaboration. Corporations are fast beginning to appreciate the benefits that this ancient way of meeting brings, touting dialogue circles as the way of the future.

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DIALOGUE CIRCLES WERE USED BY ABORIGINAL PEOPLE TO BUILD RESPECTFUL R E L AT I O N S H I P S , L E A R N F R O M A C O L L E C T I V E G R O U P A N D TO P R E S E R V E A N D PA S S O N C U LT U R A L K N O W L E D G E

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ZERO WA S T E

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A S U C C E S S F U L Z E R O WA S T E S T R AT E G Y B E G I N S W I T H E D U C A T I N G T H E C H A I N O F S U P P LY

QUEENSLAND'S FIRST ZERO WASTE RESORT TAC KL IN G T H E WA R ON WASTE IS O NE O F TH E M ANY WAYS TH AT B A D D E R A M W ILL RE D U CE CARBO N E M ISS IO NS At Badderam all materials are seen as a resource and consumption remains a choice. Humans are rarely motivated by guilt and almost always motivated by pleasure. Through subtle education, indulgence and reward, guests and staff will be inspired to participate in Badderam's zero waste approach. Our resource management plan of zero waste will be achieved by implementing the following initiatives: • E  ducation programs that inspire resort guests, staff, suppliers and the local community to collaborate in Badderam's zero waste strategy, making this adventure pleasurable and fun – for everyone • A  ll recyclable material collected through a co-mingled recycling system • C  areful purchasing decisions to minimise resource extraction – if materials cannot be reused, recycled or composted they will not be allowed into the resort • A  ll organic waste composted using an onsite high-tech, automatic, aerobic, odourless and silent composting unit, known as an OSCA. The OSCA is made locally on the Sunshine Coast and exported around the world. This extraordinary industrial composter is capable of processing around 2 tonnes of waste material per week. The unit processes waste streams including food waste, agricultural waste, compostable packaging, paper and cardboard, manure and green waste – ideal for the resort's extensive gardens

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T H E B A D D E R A M R E S O R T F O U N DAT I O N S U P P O R T I N G G R E E N A N D S U S TA I N A B L E B U S I N E S S Many have the aspiration to start a new sustainable business or make their existing business cleaner and greener. Good intentions can often be marred by a lack of knowledge and funds. Using Smartphone app technology, the Badderam resort will implement a fun, region-wide rewards program to encourage Buderim and Sunshine Coast businesses to create sustainable products and services for tourists to consume. The Badderam Resort Foundation will be deeply committed, via a grants-based funding program, to helping locals start innovative and ecologically-focused businesses. Funding will also be granted to existing businesses seeking to conduct day-to-day operations in a more regenerative way. Badderam's Foundation will run ongoing environmental education programs that seek to inspire others to produce better outcomes for the region and future generations on planet earth.

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OF THOUGHTFUL, COMMITTED CITIZENS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD... INDEED,

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" N E V E R D O U B T T H AT A S M A L L G R O U P

I T I S T H E O N LY T H I N G T H A T E V E R H A S " MARGARET MEAD

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D E V E LO P M E N T S U M M A R Y ADDRESS

24 Box Street, Buderim, Queensland 4556, Australia

OWNERS OF RESORT APPROVAL

Mrs Heidi Meyer and Mr Kim Carroll

LAND AREA

Potential resort precinct approximately 60 acres / 24 hectares / 242,811m2. Encompasses sites 1-8 (see site map on page 20-21)

RESORT RATING

Luxury Destination Experience • Site 1: Core site – approved for a luxury resort with up to 111 shortterm accommodation suites – integrated tourist facility. Site 1 is owned by Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll. • Site 2: Approved for 7 luxury acreage residences. Site 2 is owned by Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll. This site contains the required easement access for the core site.

PROPOSED ASSET DESCRIPTION SITES 1 - 8

• Site 3: Approved for 22 strata titled villas - capital required to purchase • Site 4: Approved for 17 strata titled villas - capital required to purchase • Site 5: Residence approvals to be sought - capital required to purchase • Site 6: Residence approvals to be sought - capital required to purchase • Site 7: Residence approvals to be sought - capital required to purchase • Site 8: Residence approvals to be sought - capital required to purchase A greater resort precinct allows for a potential luxury, regenerative, master planned community to be built with access to resort facilities.

TOTAL APPROVED GFA OF PRECINCT THUS FAR

Approximately 25,000m2 – up to 161 accommodation suites, villas and residences approved with potential for additional master plan approvals

PROPOSED SITE ENTRIES

24 Box Street and 44 Cogill Road, Buderim

FORECAST OCCUPANCY

70% forecast resort occupancy

PLANNING SCHEME

Approvals are under the Maroochy 2000 Plan. This is a superseded scheme and generally considered a more favourable planning scheme.

APPROVED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

MCU15/0270

INVESTMENT PROCESS

Expressions of interest are now invited

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R E S O R T/ M A S T E R P L A N F E AT U R E S

OT H E R FAC I L I T I E S • Up to three restaurants with individual culinary styles

B  oardrooms

Library

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Wellness spa, yoga studio, gym, sauna, steam rooms and relaxation rooms

P  iano, whiskey and fireside lounges

Wine tasting decks and wine cellar

Indigenous arts and cultural retreat

Hair and beauty studio

G  eneral Manager’s residence, services buildings, caretaker’s residence

Retail boutique

State-of-the-art conference and function facilities

A  dministration facilities, including staff training facilities

H  eated resort-style pools and hot tubs

Purpose-built exhibition and function centre

Basement parking for 177 vehicles

N AT U R A L & E N V I R O N M E N TA L F E AT U R E S •

Dual ocean and Glass House Mountain views

Open relaxation areas and lawns

Food foraging gardens and permaculture

Outdoor fire pits and stargazing lounges

Bee hives

B  oardwalks, bridge and water features

Landscaped gardens

W  aterfall with rope bridge crossing

Nature trails

S  ignificant flora and fauna preserve

SERVICES •

24-hour room service

Cookery school

Concierge and tour desk

Chauffeur services

Kids club and crèche

Business hub

T  esla electric vehicle fleet for complimentary use

H  elipad

E N V I R O N M E N TA L C R E D E N T I A L S •

Tech-integrated and regenerative design

G  reen roofs and green walls

Built to a 6-Star Green Building rating

Built to ECO and ROC certification standards

E  lectric buggies for community use within resort and integrated charging points

Photo-voltaic roofs for generation of solar energy

Z  ero waste composting

R  ainwater harvesting tanks

Tesla power walls for storage of solar energy

Retains significant flora and fauna habitats

A  ll roads constructed from permeable pavements

Food gardens and planting across the site

B  uildings set back from existing waterways

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POOL VILLAS

TO BUDERIM VILLAGE

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BADDERAM ENTRY AT BOX STREET

CHURCH

COFFEE CLUB AND SHOPS

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SPA RAIN FOREST RESIDENCES

MAIN RESORT

BUDERIM VILLAGE PARK

EXISTING RESIDENCE INDIGENOUS ARTS & CULTURE RETREAT CORE SITE

BUTTERFLY VINE FOREST

HELI PAD

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ROPE BRIDGE CROSSING AND WATERFALL

ORGANIC FOOD GARDENS

BEE HIVES

EXISTING LARGE FACILITY

BEE HIVES ORGANIC FOOD GARDENS

VIEWS TO THE GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS

P R O P O S E D B A D D E R A M M AST E R P L A N K E Y 1. MAIN RESORT - CORE SITE Up to 111 short-term accommodation suites, wellness spa, restaurants, conferencing, resort pools, event lawns, stargazing boardwalks, fire pits and service facilities Total approximate GFA 14,254m2 Lot 24-26 totals 10 acres = 14,468m2 MCU15/0270

2. RAINFOREST RESIDENCES, HELI PAD AND INDIGENOUS ARTS AND CULTURE RETREAT 6 x large residences and staff quarters 1 x existing 9-bedroom retreat centre Total approximate GFA 4,113m2 (no GFA restrictions) Lot 21 totals 9.54 acres = 38,607m2 REC07/0087

3. OCEAN VIEW POOL VILLAS Up to 22 x 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom villas Lot 32-36 totals 2.03 acres = 8,212m2 MCU02/0129.02 4. GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS VILLA VIEWS Up to 5 x 3-bedroom villas and 12 x 2-bedroom villas Total approximate GFA 2,416.18m2 1.07 acres = 4,325m2 MCU 16/0125


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EXISTING RESIDENCE

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5 ORGANIC FOOD GARDENS

SOLAR COLLECTION

COMPOSTING

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EXISTING RESIDENCE

BAMBOO GARDENS

REGENERATED BIRDWING BUTTERFLY FOREST

BADDERAM ENTRY AT COGILL ROAD

FAUNA HABITAT BEE HIVES

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VIEWS TO THE OCEAN, MORETON ISLAND AND BRISBANE

5. EXISTING RESIDENCE AND STUDIO 1 x existing 5-bedroom residence 1 x existing 2-bedroom studio Total approximate GFA = 726m2 Lot 7A totals 6.0 acres = 24,320m2 Additional residence approvals to be sought

6. LAND ONLY Lot 22-24 totals 3.47 acres = 14,042m2 Residence approvals to be sought 7. EXISTING RESIDENCE 1 x existing 3-bedroom residence Total approximate GFA = 250m2 Lot 36-42 totals 1.53 acres = 6,191m2 Additional residence approvals to be sought

8. EXISTING LARGE FACILITY 1 x existing conference facility / residence Total approximate GFA = 1750m2 Lot 44 totals 18.02 acres = 72,924m2 Additional residence approvals to be sought MCU07/0039


ALEXANDRA COTTON TREE BEACH NORTH

NEW MAROOCHYDORE CBD

FRASER ISLAND

NOOSA

NEW SUNSHINE COAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

BADDERAM ENTRY AT BOX STREET

BUDERIM VILLAGE


HEADLAND BEACH

MOOLOOLABA BEACH

KAWANA BEACH

MORETON ISLAND

STRADBROKE ISLAND

CALOUNDRA

BRIBIE ISLAND

BADDERAM ENTRY AT COGILL ROAD

UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST

AUSTRALIA ZOO

GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS

BRISBANE


I N T E R N AT I O N A L V I S I T O R S A R R I V E O N T H E SUNSHINE COAST BY AIR, ROAD AND SEA

M A N Y I N T E R N AT I O N A L G AT E WAYS SYDNEY, THE GOLD COAST, BRISBANE AND THE SUNSHINE COAST A new Sunshine Coast International Airport is under construction and scheduled to be completed by 2020. Located just 15 minutes from the Badderam resort site, the new airport is anticipated to have direct routes into Asia and is forecast to attract millions more visitors per annum to the region. Almost 50% of international visitors to the Sunshine Coast currently fly into Brisbane, or the Gold Coast and then drive to the Sunshine Coast. Over 25% of international visitors fly into Sydney and then fly domestic into the Gold Coast and Brisbane, driving to the Sunshine Coast and following the east coast up to Cairns. Since 2016, cruise ships have begun docking in Mooloolaba, also bringing international and domestic tourists to the region.

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AIRPORT IS UNDER UNDER CONSTRUCTION A N D S C H E D U L E D TO O P E N I N 2 02 0 READ MORE

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THE SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT IS THE FIRST AIRPORT IN AUSTRALIA T O A C H I E V E A N D R E TA I N L E V E L 3 + C A R B O N N E U T R A L A C C R E D I TAT I O N

T H E S U N S H I N E COAST AC H I E V E D A 6 . 3 % G R O W T H I N I N T E R N AT I O N A L V I S I T O R S YE MARCH 2018

S U N S H I N E C OA S T A I R P O R T F O R E C A S T PA S S E N G E R M OV E M E N T S

S O U R C E : H D I A D V I S O R Y A N A LY I S O F S U N S H I N E C O A S T A I R P O R T E N V I R O N M E N TA L I M PA C T S TAT E M E N T

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THE SUNSHINE COAST – A THRIVING

NORTH

T O U R I S M A N D E V E N T D E S T I N AT I O N

KONDALILLA FALLS

B P

P L AY V I D E O MALENY

MARY CAIRNCROSS SCENIC RESERVE

DISCOVER MORE @ W W W.V I S I T S U N S H I N E C O A S T. C O M WOODFORD FESTIVAL


EUMUNDI

NOOSA HEADS / FRASER ISLAND

EUMUNDI MARKETS

PEREGIAN BEACH

WESTIN BEACH RESORT

( PRO POS E D)

YAROOMBA BEACH PGA TOURNAMENT GOLF COURSE

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COOLUM BEACH

THE GINGER FACTORY MUDJIMBA BEACH YANDINA

SC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MARCOOLA

NOVOTEL TWIN WATERS

BLI BLI NAMBOUR

MAROOCHYDORE

COTTON TREE BEACH

BIG PINEAPPLE MUSIC FESTIVAL BUDERIM WATERFALL BUDERIM MOUNTAIN

ALEXANDRA HEADLAND SEALIFE AQUARIUM LEISURE MARINA, WHARF, EXPORT FISHERIES

MONTVILLE SIPPY DOWNS

BAROON POCKET DAM

AUSSIE WORLD

GLENVIEW MOOLOOLAH VALLEY

WHALE WATCHING, YACHTING, SCUBA DIVING

KAWANA FARMERS MARKET

MOOLOOLABA BEACH

KAWANA BEACH

PALMVIEW

ACTVENTURE WATER PARK (PROPOSED) DICKY BEACH MOFFAT BEACH BIG KART TRACK

CALOUNDRA NIGHT MARKET

LANDSBOROUGH GOLDEN BEACH AUSTRALIA ZOO

SHELLEY BEACH KINGS BEACH CALOUNDRA BULCOCK BEACH

BRIBIE ISLAND

BEERWAH

GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS BRISBANE


AU ST R A L I A ZO O T H E W O R L D V I S I T S T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T Australia Zoo is an iconic internationally-recognised tourist attraction on the Sunshine Coast, made famous by the late wildlife warrior and conservationist Steve Irwin and his family. It is located just 25 minutes from the Badderam site. The Zoo attracts hundreds of thousands of domestic and international visitors to the Sunshine Coast region each year. Many of these visitors are celebrities, dignitaries, executives and their families. Badderam will offer an exclusive and truly international standard of luxury accommodation and service, providing such guests with an exceptional and private resort destination and a base from which to tour the region.

C E L E B R I T Y V I S I TO R S TO AU ST R A L I A ZO O A N D T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T Justin Bieber

Puff Daddy

Ariana Grande

Pink

Matt Damon

Kim Kardashian

Prince Charles

Kanye West

Oprah Winfrey

Justin Timberlake

Margot Robbie

Nicole Ritchie

Russell Crowe

Joel Madden

Ed Sheeran

Jennifer Lopez

Richard Branson

Cate Blanchett

Chris Hemsworth

Nicole Kidman

Liam Hemsworth

Keith Urban

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2017 / 2018 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO THE SUNSHINE COAST

10 MILLION TOTA L V I S I TO R S

6.4 MILLION DAY T R I P V I S I TO R S

$

$2.8 BILLION OV E R N I G H T V I S I TO R S P E N D

3.65 MILLION OV E R N I G H T V I S I TO R S

I N T E R N AT I O N A L V I S I T O R S U R V E Y ( I V S ) , T O U R I S M R E S E A R C H A U S T R A L I A – Y E A R E N D I N G M A R C H 2 0 1 8

ACC E SS A D D I T I O N A L S U N S H I N E COAST T O U R I S M D ATA

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BADD ER —DAE RWAOMR L TH E ABMA D ED C -OC L A US XSE RREESSO ORRT, T S &PA S P& A RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY


INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO THE SUNSHINE COAST

GERMANY 34,000 S TA B L E

FRANCE 9,500 13.5%

UNITED KINGDOM 59,000 5%

NEW ZEALAND 66,000 S TA B L E

S C AND INAVIA 15,000 S TA B L E

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2017 / 2018

ASIA 26,000 24%

NORTH AMERICA 39,000 9%

I N T E R N AT I O N A L V I S I T O R S U R V E Y ( I V S ) , T O U R I S M R E S E A R C H A U S T R A L I A – Y E A R E N D I N G M A R C H 2 0 1 8

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H A R R Y ' S B U D E R I M – A LO C A L B U D E R I M C U L I N A R Y E X P E R I E N C E


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C O N D É N A S T T R AV E L E R RANKS AUSTRALIA SECOND IN THE WORLD FOR ITS FOOD TOURISM BEHIND FRANCE AND A H E A D O F I T A LY

VISITOR VOLUME WITHIN AUSTRALIA Australia has experienced significant growth in international inbound travel over the past 10 years, averaging a 5.4% increase each year since 2008. The Sunshine Coast is on the verge of an enormous increase in International visitor growth via a new international airport.

V I S I TO R VO L U M E W I T H I N A U S T R A L I A

Australia International S O U R C E : H D I A N A LY S I S O F T O U R I S M R E S E A R C H A U S T R A L I A D ATA

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A PROPOSED NEW SANCTUARY PROMOTING WELLBEING, R E J U V E N AT I O N A N D A NOURISHMENT OF THE SENSES

SEASONALITY PROFILE Luxury and ultra-luxury resort occupancy performance within Australia is strong. The dataset achieved almost 75% occupancy with an average nightly room rate of $829 resulting in RevPAR of $615 per night in the 12 months to December 2017.

M O N T H LY S E A S O N A L I T Y P R O F I L E 2 0 1 7

S O U R C E : H D I A D V I S O R Y A N A LY S I S O F S T R G L O B A L D ATA

B A D D E R A M — A W O R L D - C L A S S R E S O R T, S PA & R E S I D E N T I A L C O M M U N I T Y


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NEW DIRECT AIR ROUTES FROM ASIA TO THE SUNSHINE COAST WILL SEE VISITORS FROM AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST I N T E R N AT I O N A L M A R K E T S P E N D I N G MORE TIME IN THE REGION

SUNSHINE COAST VISITOR NIGHT GROWTH Forecasts are buoyant and reflective of relatively high demand and visitor growth levels experienced in recent years. This growth is driving major tourism infrastructure investment and development across the region. While the domestic market is forecast to continue to play a dominant role in Sunshine Coast tourism, the forecast rate of growth in international markets is projected to be higher than that of the domestic market.

PROJECTED SUNSHINE COAST VISITOR NIGHT GROWTH FORECAST

S O U R C E : H D I A N A LY S I S O F T O U R I S M R E S E A R C H A U S T R A L I A D ATA

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T H E S U N S H I N E C O A S T I S A U S T R A L I A’ S FA S T E S T G R O W I N G R E G I O N A L ECONOMY AND IS IN THE MIDST OF AN INFRASTRUCTURE BOOM

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK The Sunshine Coast Council is a facilitative council eager to attract investment and is open to discussions to progress investment in the area through the provision of incentives. The Sunshine Coast is enjoying an unprecedented level of development and investment, with a 155% increase in the value of building approvals from 2012 to 2017 — representing 26% average annual growth.

S U N S H I N E C OA S T B U I L D I N G A P P R OVA L VA L U E

Sunshine Coast S O U R C E : H D I A D V I S O R Y A N A LY S I S O F S U N S H I N E C O A S T C O U N C I L D ATA

B A D D E R A M — A W O R L D - C L A S S R E S O R T, S PA & R E S I D E N T I A L C O M M U N I T Y


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THE SUNSHINE COAST – A LEADER I N R E N E WA B L E S A N D A U S T R A L I A’ S M O S T S U S TA I N A B L E R E G I O N

P L AY V I D E O

B A D D E R A M — A W O R L D - C L A S S R E S O R T, S PA & R E S I D E N T I A L C O M M U N I T Y


I N V E S T E D O N T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T

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BILLIONS OF DOLLARS ARE BEING

KEY INFRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN PROGRESS 2018-2027 BRUCE HIGHWAY

SUNSHINE COAST SOLAR FARM

$1.6 billion expansion and upgrade

$10 million economic benefit

SUNSHINE PLAZA

$400 million expansion creating 5,200 construction and retail jobs

PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL BROADBAND SUBMARINE CABLE $927 million per annum to the Queensland economy ($700 million per annum to the Sunshine Coast economy)

MAROOCHYDORE CITY CENTRE

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT

15,000 jobs by 2025 contributing $4.4 billion to the economy

2,230 jobs to be created contributing $4.1 billion to the economy

UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST $81 million expansion complete, 20,000 students by 2020

PALMVIEW

$3 billion+ housing development, 17,000 residents

BEERWAH EAST MAJOR DEVELOPMENT AREA

SUNSHINE COAST UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

44,000 residents, housing development ready by 2027

$1.8 billion dollar investment, 4,600 jobs

AURA

$7 billion+ investment, 50,000 residents, housing development ready by 2020

LIGHT RAIL PROJECT Stage 1 by 2025, creating 9,000 jobs, contributing $3.6 billion to the economy

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AN ECONOMY ON THE CUSP OF THE HIGHEST G R OW T H P E R I O D I N I TS H I STO RY

CURRENT ECONOMIC POSITION T H E E S T I M AT E D C U R R E N T P O S I T I O N O F T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T ’ S E C O N O M Y

$

17.2B economy

17.9%

82,633 high-value industry employment opportunities

of goods and services produced for export outside of the region

S O U R C E : V I S I T S U N S H I N E C OA S T A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 6 - 2 0 1 7


A $33 BILLION ECONOMY FOR THE PAG E 5 1

S U N S H I N E C OA S T B Y 2 0 3 3

2 0 1 7 - 1 8 K E Y O U TC O M E S

16

th

highest economic performance from 67 regions nationally

2nd highest total income per capita across south-east Queensland (excl. Brisbane)

16.5

%

decrease in unemployment throughout the region

$

844K

wealth per household, the second highest across Queensland

2.3% population increase during 2016/2017

2.1% recorded annual growth of Gross Regional Product (GRP)

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A U S T R A L I A’ S F I R S T G R E E N F I E L D C I T Y I S B E I N G C O N S T R U C T E D O N T H E S U N S H I N E C OA S T I M AG E I S I N D I C AT I V E O N LY


QUEENSLAND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE

AA+ S T R O N G C R E D I T R AT I N G

4 . 5 % G S P G R OW T H

Stable economy reflected in a strong credit rating

The fastest growing Gross State Product (GSP) in Australia – forecast to remain above the national average to 2021

3 9 % P O P U L AT I O N G R O W T H

FA S T G R O W I N G E C O N O M Y

Queensland’s population is forecast to grow to over 6.7 million people by 2036

Queensland is one of the fastest growing economies in Australia

SOURCE: DELOITTE ACCESS ECONOMICS, ABS, NAB, AND S&P

QUEENSLAND BENEFITS FROM THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF BUSINESS C O N F I D E N C E A U S T R A L I A- W I D E S O U R C E : S U N S H I N E COAST CO U N C I L R E G I O N A L I N V E ST M E N T P R OS P E C T U S

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ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE

$796B OFFSHORE INVESTMENT

P O P U L AT I O N G R O W T H

Offshore investment into Australia is higher than it has ever been before – foreign direct investment transactions reached $796 billion in 2016

Australia is predicted to experience the highest population growth of any developed country over the next three years

26 YEARS LO W G OV E R N M E N T D E B T

E CO N O M I C G R OW T H

Low levels of government debt make Australia a highly attractive destination for foreign investment

Australia has had 26 years of consecutive economic growth, making it one of the most resilient economies in the world

SOURCE: DELOITTE ACCESS ECONOMICS, ABS, NAB, AND S&P

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AUSTRALIA


" R I G H T N OW I S O N E O F T H O S E M O M E N TS W H E R E W E G E T TO I N F LU E N C E T H E F U T U R E " STEVE JOBS

THE BADDERAM OPPORTUNITY Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll are part of a local community of Buderim landowners in the Box Street precinct. They currently own the Badderam resort development approval and 20 acres of land within a proposed landholding of up to 60 acres, which forms the basis of their greater vision and optimises Badderam's investment returns. Whilst the investment capital is being raised to realise the Badderam vision in its fullest context, Heidi and Kim have sought to put options in place with fellow landowners whose adjoining sites have been offered to Badderam for sale. The Badderam investment appraisal, summarised in the table below, outlines three prudent development options.

C O N C E P T A P P R A I S A L S U M M A R Y ( $ C U R R E N T Y E A R VA L U E S ) Facility

1 Ultra-Luxury Resort

2 Luxury Resort

3 Luxury Resort & Residences

(CORE SITE 1 ONLY)

(SITES 1-4)

(SITES 1-8)

Accommodation Configuration Hotel Rooms

40

75

111

Apartment Villas

0

41

41

Detached Residences

0

7

47

Facilities Restaurant Covers

100

150

150

Bar Covers

100

150

150

Banquet Covers

120

200

250

4

8

10

112

164

Spa Treatment Rooms Car Parking

229

Summary Gross Floor Area (m ) 2

Hotel

4,522

5,232

7,161

Apartment Villas

-

5,071

5,071

Detached Residences

-

4,081

27,401

4,522

14,384

39,633

Total

Estimated Project Cost ($AUD) Estimated Land Costs

$10,000,000

$17,000,000

$31,250,000

Estimated Build Costs

$27,836,000

$82,719,000

$172,213,000

Estimated Project Costs

$37,836,000

$99,719,000

$203,463,000

S O U R C E : H D I A DV I S O R Y R E S E A R C H

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S U N S H I N E C OA S T


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C O N D É N A S T R E P O R T S T H AT 74 . 5 % OF READERS ARE INFLUENCED BY A R E S O R T ' S E N V I R O N M E N TA L P O L I C I E S W H E N C O N S I D E R I N G W H E R E T O S TAY

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST When submitting an expression of interest, please include the following information: • F  ull name and details of group or entity, including details of principles involved and their respective contact information • Details of capacity to become involved Upon submission of a non-disclosure agreement, interested parties will be granted access to Badderam’s detailed feasibility and investment appraisal studies. A digital non-disclosure agreement can be submitted at www.badderam.com.au

B A D D E R A M C O N TAC T S HEIDI MEYER

KIM MICHAEL CARROLL

OWNER & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

OWNER & INVESTMENT DIRECTOR

M: +61 410 364 542 E: heidi@badderam.com.au

M: +61 418 722 136 E: kim@badderam.com.au

A:

PO Box 2022 Buderim QLD 4556 AUSTRALIA

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DISCLAIMER: This document is an Information Memorandum. Its purpose is to inform of the Badderam development opportunity. This document is not a disclosure statement, prospectus or other offering document and does not constitute an offer to sell, or raise capital funds, and is not an offer to sell, or a solicitation for an offer to buy. Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll are the owners of the resort development approval MCU15/0270, the land on which this development has been approved — core site 1 and the land adjacent to the core site — site 2. Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll are sole traders and as yet there is no incorporated trading vehicle for The Badderam Eco Luxe Resort, Spa and Regenerative Community. Whilst a resort approval has been granted (April 2018) by the Sunshine Coast Regional Council, a larger sustainablydesigned master planned community remains a concept reliant on further surrounding land purchases and additional council approvals. This document is provided for general information purposes only and does not purport to contain all information that may be relevant for the purpose. Each recipient should undertake their own detailed due diligence and enquiries regarding this presented material. Heidi Meyer and Kim Carroll reserve the right to request any additional information from any interested party and the right to withdraw the opportunity set forth at any time.

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