Residential blocks for sale in Gregory | North Queensland Registry


Burke Shire hopes to attract homeowners looking for a lifestyle change by listing residential blocks in Gregory.

Gregory is a small town in the Gulf of Carpentaria, 120 km south of Burketown and 525 km north of Mount Isa and is best known for its May saddle and paddle weekend of horse races and marathon in May. canoe,

But the Burke Shire Council said that with a population of 50, this small, tight-knit community has so much more to offer.

If you are looking for a cool drink or a tasty dinner, you can stop at the Gregory Downs Hotel. For something a little lighter or your morning coffee, Murray’s Cafe is the place to be and with various fishing spots just a stone’s throw away and a crystal-clear river for swimming, you’re sure to fall in love with this region.

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The Royal Flying Doctor Service provides medical treatment to the local community every fortnight from the Gregory Clinic and there is a door to door courier service twice a week.

The township itself sits on the banks of the beautiful Gregory River.

Filled with abundant life, this river also hosts the canoe marathon.

The annual equestrian sports and the campdraft are also a massive draw and draw visitors and competitors from across the state.

“It’s a magical place that sees visitors, families and friends come together to connect and share the wonderful environment, tranquility and community vibe,” the council said.

Burke Shire Council is currently tendering for nine vacant residential blocks and one residential block with a three bedroom house included, in Gregory Township.

“If you’re looking for a lifestyle change away from the hustle and bustle or a place to take the family on vacation, Gregory is definitely a place to consider,” the council said.

More information can be obtained by contacting the board on 07 4745 5100 or by sending an email to [email protected]

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