Snap up a generous sized Allotment in the beautiful coastal town of Tumby Bay!
Don't miss the opportunity to secure the location for your Dream Home or Holiday Shack as Lot 10, 30 Selwyn Drive Tumby Bay is available FOR SALE relevant services are connected or available curb side.
Located in the very popular seaside town of Tumby Bay on South Australia's pristine Eyre Peninsula approximately 2 minutes drive from the beach.
Local attractions include the Tumby Bay Jetty and beautiful white beaches.
There is plenty of opportunity to participate in recreational activities such as boating, camping, fishing, swimming, diving, walking & sightseeing.
Local services offer:
- Various sporting groups, including football, netball, basketball, golf, cricket & bowls clubs. - Local Library, Church groups, Museum, Bakery, Hotel, Supermarket, Cafes & others - Tumby Bay District Hospital and Allied Health Services, - Tumby Bay Area School provides education for students from Reception to Year 12, - Local sealed airfield
Tumby Bay is just 35 minutes drive from Port Lincoln - the major service centre of the Eyre Peninsula
While every endeavour has been made to verify the correct details in this publication, particulars given are for general information only and do not constitute any representation on the part of either the Agent nor the Vendor, and neither accepts liability for any error or omission.
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Block Size:2717 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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