Luke Staunton and director of development Craig Paddison on the top storey of the Maili units at Rainbow Bay.
Luke Staunton and director of development Craig Paddison on the top storey of the Maili units at Rainbow Bay. Blainey Woodham

View from top with a hard hat

ALL you need is a hard hat and you can gain entry into the highly anticipated multi-million dollar Maili development at Rainbow Bay.

The luxurious beachside project is expected to be completed by May, and to celebrate the developer reaching the top level this week, the prime real estate is open to the public.

Project Developer Luke Staunton said the hard-hat tours provide a rare opportunity to experience the true size, aspects and views that Maili’s residents will enjoy.

“We’ve had a large increase in enquiries on the development and it’s a good opportunity to take people up so they can get a real feel for the space,” Mr Staunton said.

The development includes a luxury tower boasting 11 premier apartments each with their own expansive balconies offering up maximum ocean frontage and breathtaking views of the world-famous Snapper Rocks surf break.

Four private villas each have their own plunge pools.

The site is open for tours from 11am-noon on Saturdays or by appointment with Luke Staunton on 0412 655 367.

‘Good opportunity to take people up so they can get a real feel for the space.’



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