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Property Management Advancetown  (4211)

Pure Rentals Property Management Advancetown is a specialist in property management and is looking for more Investment Properties in Advancetown and surrounding suburbs.

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Advancetown – Suburb Profile

Advancetown, south of Clagiraba, extends from Lower Beechmont to Mudgeeraba. Originally settled as a community surrounding the local timber industry, Advancetown is a predominantly rural area. Access to the area is via the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road and the Hinze Dam and Little Nerang Dam are nearby.  European settlement began in the 1880s and a hotel, named Beechmont, was opened. It was acquired by a sawmiller, Ernest Belliss, who renamed it the Advancetown. Belliss donated land for the Advancetown primary school (1909-60).

By the 1930s there were about 60 people in Advancetown. A postwar post office directory (1949) recorded Mrs York’s Advancetown Hotel, the school and 10 farmers (mainly dairy and banana-growing). In 1977 the Hinze Dam inundated much of Advancetown and its better farm land. The present hotel off the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road dates from 1975.

A caravan park is nearby, and in the opposite direction near the dam’s spillway there are a picnic area and boat ramps. The Grand Golf Club is in the north-east corner of Advancetown, accessible only from Gilston by a bridge across the Nerang River.

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