The impending sale of a Stradbroke Island apartment is building a buzz among buyers, with one fifth of the proceeds being donated to the Princess Alexandra Research Foundation’s Support the Duck Stop Cancer campaign.

The apartment is located at 1/158 Dickson Way, and will be auctioned online, along with a Lamborghini yellow beach buggy, until Saturday, 22 October.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom Waves Beach House Apartment is part of the Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel & Spa Resort. It features an open-plan living space, European appliances, a video intercom and secure entry facilities, secure basement parking and storage with private life access and ducted air-conditioning.

With the apartment facing North on the headland at Point Lookout, the owner will be exposed to magnificent views over the Coral Sea and Morton Island.

AidArena is facilitating the online auction, a non-for profit organization that donates all or part of the proceeds of various sales to charity. North South Real Estate Agent Tom Kralikas describes the sale as one that will truly make a difference.

“It’s not your usual way of selling a luxury apartment with oceanfront views, so it’s definitely intriguing potential buyers,” Mr. Kralikas says.

“Using AidArena is a very unique way of selling property, which will help make a difference to people and their families dealing with a cancer diagnosis,” he says.

Support the Duck Stop Cancer is a central fundraising campaign for cancer research. On Saturday, 15 October, 40,000 yellow rubber ducks will be launched into the Brisbane River, racing to win their owners a new car all while raising money for the important cause.

Words by Ella Jones
Image via Esna Louwrens