Aerial View of the Boyne Island river mouth, Tannum Sands is to the left. Photo Brenda Strong / The Observer
Aerial View of the Boyne Island river mouth, Tannum Sands is to the left. Photo Brenda Strong / The Observer Brenda Strong GLA040712VIEW

Tannum area brimming with rent or buy property options

IF YOU want to get the kids out of the house this weekend, then Tannum Sands is your saviour.

Tannum Sands main beach is renowned for its beautiful white sand and ocean perfect for swimming, kiteboarding and surf-skiing. 

It's just 20 km from Gladstone city, taking 27 minutes to drive from the CBD.

Canoe Point's beach and parklands are popular recreational areas in Tannum Sands, adjacent to the Tannum Sands main beach.

Tannum Sands and Boyne Island are home to approximately 12,000 people and are connected by the John Oxley Bridge over the Boyne River. 

In terms of renting at Tannum Sands, Australian Property Monitors (APM) Property Data lists 92 units, houses and townhouses/villas for rent over the past four weeks.

The cheapest place to rent is $230 with the highest sitting at $850. The average price is $426.

APM also lists 166 properties for sale or auction over the past four weeks including units, houses and townhouses/villas.

The lowest priced home is $219, 000 and the highest priced home is $1,900,000 for a huge home on Oaks Rd right on the beach with a beautiful balcony, rumpus room, courtyard and five bedrooms.

Tannum Sands is a lovely area with plenty of parks, pathways, playgrounds and recreational areas to satisfy any resident.

There are plenty of properties suited to any lifestyle.