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The ground has been broken on the $300 million-plus Palms Collection development at Kewarra Beach, Cairns.

The project will create 200 jobs during construction and 300 ongoing jobs once completed, according to proponents PPNQ Developments.

FGF Developments has been contracted for the project civil works and Trinity Engineering Consultants for civil engineering.

“To finally have FGF Developments on site to get this regionally significant development underway is fantastic,” PPNQ Developments managing director Darren Halpin said.

Mr Halpin said Stage 1 of Enclave One at The Palms Collection was almost sold out and the developers were working to get Stage 2 ready for sale to meet the demand.

The Palms is set to include its own private primary school, 30ha of open space including walking and cycling trails as well as a Central Park and Amphitheatre and the Waterpark and Tourist Park with restaurants, bars, shops and clubhouse facilities.

It is being constructed on the site of the former Paradise Palms golf course.

PPNQ Developments says $34 million will be injected into the local economy each year once all stages of The Palms are complete.

“It’s the injection into the economy that the region needs right now,” Mr Halpin said. 

“It’s not just a residential estate, it will be the first new large-scale tourism product to be built in the region in many many years, attracting 95,000-plus new visitors to the region each year to capture the drive tourism and domestic travelling market primarily. 

“This is a development that will have something for everyone, young and old, locals and visitors.”

Earthworks start for $300m development