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Avani Hotel: New 13-storey marvel to transform Mooloolaba’s seaside charm

$250 million, 4.5-star property set to revitalise Sunshine Coast's tourism accommodation offerings with construction beginning in September

A brand new 13-storey hotel is coming to a world-class Queensland destination offering a stunning rooftop bar, pool, restaurant, and a conference and wedding venue. Avani Hotel is set to transform the popular Sunshine Coast seaside suburb of Mooloolaba.

Construction of the Avani Hotel will start in September for the long-awaited $250 million 4.5-star property, on the corner of Brisbane Road and First Avenue at Mooloolaba.

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Sunshine Coast Council has given the green light with the finalisation of development approvals for the key project that will help boost the local economy through the creation of jobs and bring tourists to the region.

Designed by renowned architect Cottee Parker Architects and developed by hotel developer and operator, KPAT, the new hotel will feature 180 rooms and deliver a trendy modern experience that will be a hit with visitors and locals.

It will cater to solo travellers, couples, groups, and families and feature four distinctive restaurants, state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities, a kids’ club, a gym, and a spectacular rooftop pool, bar, restaurant plus a wedding venue with 180-degree water views.

Avani Mooloolaba artist impression

Sunshine Coast Council Division 4 Councillor Joe Natoli said the project would be transformational for Mooloolaba.

“In June 2020, KPAT was selected as the preferred respondent to develop this prime parcel of land,’’ Cr Natoli said.

“The decision was made as a result of the Council’s agreement in November 2018 to split the Brisbane Road car park into two parcels, one facing Smith Street and now known as ParknGo Mooloolaba Central car park, and the other facing Brisbane Road.

“This new 4.5-star hotel is a key initiative that will help revitalise Mooloolaba and help cater for the growing number of visitors to our region, as well as providing experiences for local residents.

“As with all major projects, there will be adjustments including a temporary Council outdoor car park fronting Brisbane Road and First Avenue which will need to be closed. Council sincerely thanks motorists and the local community for their patience during this time.”

KPAT Managing Director Kenneth Wagner said they were thrilled to be starting construction on the hotel in the coming weeks.

“We have been working towards this project for a number of years and between ourselves, Minor Hotels and Sunshine Coast Council we are looking forward to delivering a project of local significance for the Sunshine Coast,” Mr Wagner said.

“We hope the AVANI brand and quality of hotel products will contribute and support an already thriving holiday destination in Mooloolaba, as well as offer the community something they can enjoy and be proud of.”

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