Flowers on Keswick Island

Sustainability

Keswick Island is one of the last remaining islands in the Whitsunday archipelago to be approved for residential and commercial building development. It is incumbent upon all owners, residents and developers of Keswick Island to preserve its natural beauty and support eco-sustainability.

Sustainability and self-sufficiency refer to a development’s ability to provide its own water supply, waste-water management, energy supply and efficiency and vehicle access as well as minimising its environmental footprint during construction and ongoing through the use of renewable and/or recycled energy-efficient materials and design.

It is expected that where possible, each development should contribute to the sustainability of the community at large. This may include storm water overflows and recycling etc.

For further details, refer to the Keswick Island Design Guidelines and Building Code, which is governed by the Architectural Review Committee.  Alternatively, contact Keswick Developments.

About Keswick Island Community

Keswick Island supports a small community that lives and works within the idyllic surrounds of the Great Barrier Reef, a World Heritage Area. Only a stone’s throw from Mackay, the island is a unique place to call home or to which owners can regularly escape. Learn more about living at KeswickIsland.com.au.

About Keswick Island

Nestled within the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, and only 32km off the Mackay coast lies a world of undiscovered treasures. Keswick Island is a natural wonderland – a world of national park and tropical rainforest, fringed by white sands and a coral reef bursting with vibrant marine life. Keswick Island is, no doubt, the most unspoiled of all the populated residential islands of the Whitsundays. Live here, visit here, relax here. Whatever you are looking for, the answer is hidden right here on Keswick, the Treasured Island.